updated Sun. January 1, 2023
Oregon Daily Emerald
April 28, 2018
The only problem is that Oregon isn't as blue as the media make it seem. Most counties are red ... Not only is education underfunded in order to pay for OHP, Oregon's government has a history of taxing everyone, and letting the rich and wealthy get away with lower business taxes. Just take a look atÃâÃÂ ...
April 26, 2018
Counties had turned over the forestland to Oregon's government in the early 20th Century in return for logging revenues. ... At that point, plaintiffs' attorney, John DiLorenzo, said that “from an efficiency perspective, it makes sense to get direction” regarding this issue and others from an appellate court.
April 21, 2018
Issue: Government size: A dramatic reduction in the size and the scope of the Salem bureaucracy (“the deep state”), returning power and autonomy to county and local government. Now, in every corner of Oregon, government restrictions and regulations are choking our personal lives and our businesses.
Street Roots News
April 15, 2018
The nonprofit now helps 175 people each month, Kelley said, and 80 percent of Thrive's work now revolves around a single issue: helping clients find ..... As Central Oregon government and public policy continue identifying ways to incentivize more construction, there is a growing chorus of serviceÃâÃÂ ...
New York Times
April 14, 2018
Costs are rising even in places that previously acted to defuse the problem. Colorado trimmed pensions in 2010, but a new $32 billion shortfall means more pension cuts and tax increases are likely. Detroit sliced its pension obligations in bankruptcy and persuaded philanthropists to chip in, but it is notÃâÃÂ ...
April 12, 2018
A student reporter at the University of Oregon was charged more than $100 to obtain UO public records before being told the university would not release them to him. The reporter didn't get a refund, and now the university's Senate Transparency Committee (STC) is asking whether the UO is violating itsÃâÃÂ ...
April 6, 2018
If elected, he said he hopes to heal the urban-rural divide, to heal the school systems, the PERS system and the lack of trust in Oregon's government. The former Navy ... “I think it's a public safety issue, because people are being let back on the street that shouldn't be on the street,” he said. He also said he'sÃâÃÂ ...
U.S. News & World Report
April 4, 2018
Back in 2016, when transparency in Oregon government was all the rage, state agencies were reminded of some basic tenets of open government. Among them: Public employees and officials should use their state-provided email accounts for public business. If they had to use their personal email, theyÃâÃÂ ...
Longview Daily News
March 31, 2018
Chung said she had consulted with city attorneys over the issue, and that their advice had led her to the opinion that she had no conflict. In response to a complaint filed by Portland attorney Alan Kessler, the Oregon Government Ethics Commission found the latter applied in this case, and that Chung hadÃâÃÂ ...
Courthouse News Service
March 7, 2018
The Oregon government intended to “claw back some money going out,” Zidlicky said. Circuit Judge ... Arguing for the intervening California Air Resources Board, attorney Elaine Meckenstock said that petroleum and biofuels do not compete in the same market, which was a “threshold issue” in the case.
March 6, 2018
Hohnbaum was shown the door in summer 2016 after the city spent $60,000 defending him against two state Bureau of Labor and Industries investigations as well as an Oregon Government Ethics Commission complaint. ... The biggest problem there is that nobody can just tell the truth about anything.”.
March 5, 2018
... throwing him into an ethical quandary. The issue confronting Ferrioli, who represented a huge swath of eastern Oregon covering canyonlands, mountains and high desert with cowboys, loggers and Native Americans among his constituents, is detailed in an Oregon Government Ethics Commission report.
March 1, 2018
The Oregon Government Ethics Commission voted unanimously to accept 10 preliminary findings that he committed ethics violations. Three years after Kitzhaber resigned as governor amid the ethics turmoil, other federal and state investigations have ended without charges. Instead, the controversy hasÃâÃÂ ...
February 26, 2018
The issue confronting Ted Ferrioli, who represented a huge swath of eastern Oregon covering canyonlands, mountains and high desert with cowboys, loggers and Native Americans among his constituents, is detailed in an Oregon Government Ethics Commission report.
February 25, 2018
That was the assertion of members of the Oregon Government Ethics Commission on Feb. 16 when they voted unanimously to find Kitzhaber had committed ... Write your own editorial on this issue in 500 words or fewer, and email it to email@example.com. We'll run the best response in this space.
February 16, 2018
John Kitzhaber appeared in front of the Oregon Government Ethics Commission in Salem Friday morning to respond to a staff investigation that found a "preponderance of evidence" that Kitzhaber committed 11 violations of ... He took strong issue with the allegation that he had benefited from Hayes' work.
Ashland Daily Tidings
February 13, 2018
TALENT — The City Council approved the filing of a complaint last week with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission over alleged conduct by former ... We do have an obligation to follow up on an ethics issue that came up as a result of the investigation,” said Councilor Stephanie Dolan, who made aÃâÃÂ ...
February 10, 2018
Government licensing: A bipartisan problem. Eric Schansberg ... They're supporting an effort to have Oregon's government re-regulate an activity that is legal in 48 other states. (New Jersey has been the ... This bipartisan effort makes sense since mandatory licensing is not a partisan issue. It's more aboutÃâÃÂ ...
February 8, 2018
Maybe you've heard about the recent firestorm in Oregon. People there are now being allowed to pump their own gas in the state's less-populous counties. Some Oregonians are worried about their ability to do it safely or they don't want the smell of gasoline on their hands. Of course, markets will continueÃâÃÂ ...
Pamplin Media Group
December 31, 1999
"The state of Oregon government is unwilling to stand up to this misuse of the democratic system," Carlson said. ... than containing this threat to historic preservation, they chose to wash their hands of the matter and submitted the nomination to (the National Park Service) to rid themselves of the controversy.