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Here's another reason why the passage of Measure 101 on the Jan. 23 ballot is vital to the health and well-being of all Oregonians. Oregon's... [Read More]
On Jan. 1, by the grace of God — or of the government, which is pretty much the same thing to progressives — a sliver... [Read More]
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Oregon is one of two states that ban self-service filling stations. The other is almost-as-deep-blue New Jersey. [Read More]
Many are vehement about passing Measure 101. What's said? It protects health care for 25 percent of Oregonians, including seniors and kids. Oregon collects $300... [Read More]
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That works out to $840 per tax filer, though savings will vary enormously from taxpayer to taxpayer. [Read More]
A 68-year-old man was returned to the United States this week from Indonesia to face charges of money laundering and wire fraud related to an... [Read More]
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At least five American Red Cross volunteers from Oregon are currently helping cleanup and recovery efforts in the Montecito area. While the majority of these... [Read More]
A 68-year-old man was brought back to the United States this week from Indonesia to face charges of money laundering and wire fraud related to... [Read More]
This month, Oregonians have the opportunity to vote against an increase in their taxes to finance a shortfall in Medicaid funding. This problem was created... [Read More]
If Measure 101 fails, it will be up to legislators in February to decide how to come up with up to $320 million to protect... [Read More]
At a debate on Measure 101 last week in Portland, union lobbyist Felisa Hagins chided those who disliked the hardball politics that marked the passage... [Read More]
At a debate on Measure 101 last week in Portland, union lobbyist Felisa Hagins chided those who disliked the hardball politics that marked the passage... [Read More]
Every day, Oregonians go to work to put food on the table, provide for their families, and save a little for retirement. What's left might... [Read More]
Was it really worth a half-page of editorial space to print the Jan. 8 editorial, "Oregon as a Laughingstock"? I wonder how many people in... [Read More]
We've all seen the signs on lawns around town asking for a "yes" vote on Measure 101, but just what that measure is can be... [Read More]
Later this month, Oregonians will be asked to vote on a complicated package of health care taxes that raises millions of dollars for the state's... [Read More]
"Oregonians who voted for legalizing recreational marijuana implicitly told the cannabis industry to abide by public safety laws," said Steve Marks, executive director of the... [Read More]
"Our coastal beaches are really important to Oregonians. They are very much a part of who we are and they're very important for our economy.... [Read More]
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