With the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court, we are seeing abortion clinics closing in numerous states all across the country. 

In Idaho, we still have abortion rights for the next 1-2 months before it is illegal in our state, and places like Planned Parenthood have insisted that they will continue performing these services up until the day they are no longer able to. 

As we have seen, many Idahoans are horrified, furious and terrified for the future, with this recent unraveling of our constitutional rights. 

 

 

In response to this turn of events, Planned Parenthood in Oregon has recently announced plans to open a new clinic in Ontario – on the Idaho-Oregon border.

They secured a lease just this spring, with the primary goal of meeting the needs of people in Eastern Oregon.


 

However, it has not gone amiss on us that this may turn into the most accessible location for reproductive healthcare for Idahoans, if abortion does in fact become illegal in Idaho.

In fact, Planned Parenthood in Oregon has stated that they are already preparing for the expected influx of patients that they will be seeing from their neighboring state of Idaho.

But as of right now, there does not seem to be a confirmed opening date yet for this new clinic. 

When Attending a Protest or Rally, Keep These Things in Mind

The climate in Idaho continues to get more and more dangerous, as rallies, protests and celebrations are being threatened.

Our Favorite Photos From Boise's Pro-Choice Rally on Saturday

Seeing our community come together for this rally was an experience that will not be soon forgotten.

Dispensaries You Can Find in Ontario, Oregon

The State of Oregon has legalized marijuana for some time now. Dispensaries continue to pop up across the state although the "joke" or "reality", whichever you want to embrace, really points to the fact that Ontario seems to serve a lot of Idahoans.
Here are just some of the places you can legally purchase marijuana in Ontario.

Boise Pride Festival Lineup 2022

Boise Pride Festival is returning stronger than ever this coming fall. With dates set for September 9th through September 11th, these are the headlining acts that you can expect to see on the main stage at Cecil D. Andrus Park in downtown Boise!

Western Proper Drag Brunch