Category: Oregon Politics news

The Construction of an Interstate Bridge in Oregon
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The Construction of an Interstate Bridge to be Started by 2025

On Tuesday, the U.S. highway officials approved a quick agenda that officials from the states of Washington and Oregon proposed. The agenda is about to…

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Oregon Vote Republicans
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Oregon Republicans to Change Their Leader?

Even three sources aware of the issue allege that the demand is stemming from a few fresh Republican legislators, Christine Drazan and Daniel Bonham being…

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Wage Gap between Man and Woman
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Arguments About Gender Wage Disparity an Obstacle to Grocery Employees Negotiations

If you happened to go shopping at one of Fred Meyer shops in Portland, Oregon, chances are that you noticed an advertisement for employee replacement….

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Climate Crisis as a Trigger
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Climate Crisis as a Trigger

Fleeing politicians, however, received loyal support. Namely, since the police were instructed to get them back to Oregon, right-wing militia organizations swore to protect them….

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Gun Control
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Urgent Need for Gun Control Measures After Mass Shootings

Wyden belongs to a group of a few Democrats who are urging the majority leader of the Senate to discuss the need for mandatory background…

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Oregon New Gun Bill
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Oregon Governor Signed a New Gun Bill

Gov. Kate Brown decided to close a loophole in the state law and restrict the rights in the Second Amendment referred to owning and storing…

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Kate Brown
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Kate Brown Remains One of the Least Popular Governors in the US

Kate Brown has been governor of Oregon for over four years. Since she came to the office in 2015, she received many praises and somewhat…

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