ballot measure 43

Oregon Ballot Measure 43 was an initiated state statute ballot measure on the November 7, 2006 general election ballot. The measure would have required that when an unemancipated minor 15 years and older sought an abortion, the medical provider must first give written notice to a parent of the minor, by certified mail, at least 48 hours prior to providing the abortion. It was rejected by voters, with only 45 percent favoring it.

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    Oregon  Resources to Stop Initiative Petition 43

    This thread was created to provide information all in one place for those who wish to participate in stopping Initiative Petition 43; I hope that includes everyone reading this. Information here will be modified as the petition progresses. Please keep this thread short by only posting...
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