Oregon Will Soon Require All Schools to Place Period Products in All Bathrooms (Boys & Girls), Per the Menstrual Dignity Act

Oregon Will Soon Require All Schools to Place Period Products in All Bathrooms (Boys & Girls), Per the Menstrual Dignity Act


Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed the Menstrual Dignity Act into law in 2021, requiring all schools — elementary, middle, and high schools — to place period products in all bathrooms with instructions on how to use them.

The Governor of Oregon passed the Menstrual Dignity Act which requires all schools (elementary, middle, & high) starting next year place period products in all bathrooms (boys and girls) with instructions on how to use it. pic.twitter.com/8CMejAG5JH

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During the 2021-22 school year, the Portland Public School (PPS) board began a phased approach to the legislation by placing free, accessible menstrual products in female and all-gender bathrooms in comprehensive high schools, says a PPS release.

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That effort is being

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