570,940
Total number of women in Oregon who rely on Medicaid for insurance coverage, as of May 2017

109,005
Total number of women in Multnomah County who rely on Medicaid for insurance coverage

45,656
Women who delivered a baby in Oregon in 2015

20,744
Women who delivered a baby in Oregon who were on the Medicaid-funded Oregon Health Plan

10,400
Estimated number of uninsured women in Multnomah County who are in need of publicly funded birth control, as calculated by a study of age, sexual activity and income level

5,890
Approximate number of uninsured women age 20 to 44 in Multnomah County in need of birth control who qualified for Obamacare's Medicaid expansion but would not qualify for the proposed Senate health care plan

3,980
Approximate number of uninsured women age 20 to 44 in Multnomah County who qualify for state-funded birth control using a Medicaid waiver program imperiled by the Senate plan

(Rosie Struve)
(Rosie Struve)

41,996
Women who received reproductive care from Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette in 2016

13 million
Dollars at risk for Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette if the Senate health care plan passes

40
Publicly funded reproductive health care clinics in Multnomah County

21
Number of those clinics in danger of losing funding from Title X under a Republican proposal

27
Abortion providers in Oregon—providers whose clinics could be de-funded under a Republican bill that prohibits tax credits go to insurance plans that provide abortion services

714
Women in Multnomah County who have had an abortion so far this year

“If this is the Senate’s idea of a bill with heart, then the women of America should have fear struck in theirs.”
 —Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette spokesman Jimmy Radosta 

Sources: Oregon Health Authority, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette and the Multnomah County Health Department, and the Guttmacher Institute. All numbers 2015 unless otherwise noted.