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Help available: Oregon eviction moratorium ends June 30

Help available: Oregon eviction moratorium ends June 30

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Multnomah County and Portland leaders urge renters and landlords to apply for assistance.
Oregon tenants, landlords await relief in state legislation

Oregon tenants, landlords await relief in state legislation

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The House clears a 60-day respite from evictions if tenants apply for aid, full payment for landlords.
Lawmakers OK money for motel conversions, housing tax break

Lawmakers OK money for motel conversions, housing tax break

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Oregon Community Foundation plans grants for Multnomah, 3 other counties; religious groups get incentive
Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new plan

Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new plan

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Legislative committee OKs bill to shield renters from eviction and guarantee landlords past-due rents.
Silver Lining: COVID brings prison reform into mainstream

Silver Lining: COVID brings prison reform into mainstream

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Congressman says longstanding policies of locking up nonviolent criminals is beginning to slow down in America.
Oregon DOJ is reviewing Portland detective's use of force

Oregon DOJ is reviewing Portland detective's use of force

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The Multnomah County District Attorney requested the review because of a conflict-of-interest with his office.
Lawmakers mull $30M for I-5 bridge bottleneck in Wilsonville

Lawmakers mull $30M for I-5 bridge bottleneck in Wilsonville

Portland Tribune - Politics
Recent tolling bill and omnibus transportation package earmark money to address the bottleneck on Interstate 5.
Oregon lawmakers mourn death of state senator's wife

Oregon lawmakers mourn death of state senator's wife

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'Lawanda was an incredible woman, wife, and friend. My heart goes out to her husband, James. She was his rock. They shared a strong bond. She will be…
Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from evictions

Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from evictions

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Pending amendment requires them to show landlords they seek rental assistance that's now available.
Bust of York will eventually come down

Bust of York will eventually come down

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The replacement be decided in community discussions with the city and the Regional Arts and Culture Council this summer.
Portland City Council apologizes for Civic Life mess

Portland City Council apologizes for Civic Life mess

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The mayor and commissioners send an email to all city employees admitting embattled agency needs to be reformed.
Portland police budget strives to maintain patrols

Portland police budget strives to maintain patrols

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UPDATE: City Council adopted $5.7 million budget with new pay raises and traffic safety projects.
Poll: White supremacy has support, sympathy in Oregon

Poll: White supremacy has support, sympathy in Oregon

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Opposition group urges elected officials to resist bigotry, curb potential for violence.
Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

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Mid-Valley Republican is first in state history to lose his seat for 'disorderly behavior.'
Lawmakers clear bill requiring specifics on camping bans

Lawmakers clear bill requiring specifics on camping bans

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Legislation follows up 2018 federal court decision barring blanket restrictions by cities, counties.
Lawmakers OK bill affecting youth at risk of taking own…

Lawmakers OK bill affecting youth at risk of taking own…

Portland Tribune - Politics
Mental health providers would have to disclose relevant information to parents, but there are exceptions.
Oregon City school reopening candidates sweep election

Oregon City school reopening candidates sweep election

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Debbie Hays defeats Jeana Gonzales as Clackamas County posts official final results this month
Divided House curbs Oregon Forest Resources Institute

Divided House curbs Oregon Forest Resources Institute

Portland Tribune - Politics
Bill would add board members, divert forest products taxes from agency under media scrutiny in 2020.
Oregon House empowers panel to proceed on Nearman fate

Oregon House empowers panel to proceed on Nearman fate

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Six Republicans join all Democrats to authorize special committee action as 2021 session nears its end.
House delays start of paid family leave in Oregon

House delays start of paid family leave in Oregon

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Bill would reset timelines to 2023 to allow more time for Employment Department preparation.
Speaker names special panel to consider Nearman expulsion

Speaker names special panel to consider Nearman expulsion

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Action follows disclosure of his advice to protesters seeking to breach Capitol; GOP colleagues urge him to quit.
State song gets official makeover from Oregon lawmakers

State song gets official makeover from Oregon lawmakers

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Resolution adopts lyrics to change references that advocates say reflect a racist past in Oregon.
State legislation lets stand Portland police review board

State legislation lets stand Portland police review board

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Lawmakers decide state collective bargaining law does not interfere with 2020 city ballot measure.
Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

Portland Tribune - Politics
New law, which starts Jan. 1, still keeps them behind the counter and requires photo ID for purchases.
Two more Portland Civic Life managers paid to leave

Two more Portland Civic Life managers paid to leave

Portland Tribune - Politics
The agreements bring the total payouts to managers to leave the troubled agency to $373,000.
Speaker removes Rep. Witt from 3 Oregon House committees

Speaker removes Rep. Witt from 3 Oregon House committees

Portland Tribune - Politics
Action follows panel's deadlock on discipline for his violation of a rule against hostile work environment
Employment Department experts see a job seeker's market

Employment Department experts see a job seeker's market

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Recovery from pandemic still expected in late 2022 or early 2023 as competition grows for workers.
Brown sets June 21 target to end COVID-19 limits in Oregon

Brown sets June 21 target to end COVID-19 limits in Oregon

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Even as the pandemic remains a 'shadow,' governor expects state to 'fully open' if vaccination rates climb.
Potential evictions worry Oregon lawmakers, housing…

Potential evictions worry Oregon lawmakers, housing…

Portland Tribune - Politics
The eviction moratorium ends June 30 and no one at a June 4 legislative hearing knows for sure what will happen then.
Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

Portland Tribune - Politics
Amount is higher than Gov. Brown proposed six months ago; corporate kicker may boost it further.

Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law

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Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law
They start the petition process to gather signatures to compel a statewide vote in November 2022.

Nearman 'more likely than not' aided in Capitol…

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Nearman 'more likely than not' aided in Capitol…
Investigator's report precedes House hearing into the conduct of the Willamette Valley Republican.

Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting…

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Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting…
Senator says 'sense of hope keeps the community going' as he shows family photos that tell Black history.

County-by-county impact of political redistricting…

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County-by-county impact of political redistricting…
Legislative committees invite testimony from experts to live-streamed regional hearings.

Lawmakers grind their way toward 'sine die'

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Lawmakers grind their way toward 'sine die'
With two dozen days are left in the 2021 session, a frenzy of activity expected to move legislation.

Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in…

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Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in…
Service began as an economic lifeline for restaurants and bars during pandemic; new start date is Jan. 1.

Oregon legislature makes noose display an…

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Oregon legislature makes noose display an…
Oregon House clears bill on 54-0 vote; three Republicans fail to respond to roll call despite repeated attempts.

Oregon Gov. Brown signs gun storage requirements…

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Oregon Gov. Brown signs gun storage requirements…
Bill takes effect Sept. 26 unless opponents muster signatures to qualify it for a statewide election.

Wyden talks with people helping veterans avert…

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Wyden talks with people helping veterans avert…
Senator calls attention to mental health needs during virtual visit with Lines for Life staff.

Multnomah County, Portland pledge cooperation on…

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Multnomah County, Portland pledge cooperation on…
Chair Kafoury and Commissioner Ryan release unusual joint statement on future plans and funding late Thursday.

Why haven't we declared all winners in Oregon City…

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Why haven't we declared all winners in Oregon City…
School board race between Debbie Hays, Jeana Gonzales too close to call until at least June 7.

Merkley: More money needed to avert devastating…

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Merkley: More money needed to avert devastating…
Oregon Democrat now leads Senate subcommittee that can steer federal funds to forest work.

Hardesty: I'll be watching homeless camp sweeps…

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Hardesty: I'll be watching homeless camp sweeps…
The rest of the City Council voice no concerns about the new protocols governing sweeps of homeless camps.

Senate OKs $9.3 billion in state aid to public…

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Senate OKs $9.3 billion in state aid to public…
Budget goes to House as senator says 'there are more bills to come that add to stability.'

Class-action lawsuit filed as homeless sweeps…

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Class-action lawsuit filed as homeless sweeps…
The lawsuit filed Monday claims Portland does not keep the possessions of homeless people as required by state law.

Portland hotelier Sondland sues to recover…

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Portland hotelier Sondland sues to recover…
Washington Post reports that former European Union ambassador was paid only a portion of the cost after he testified in the first U.S. House inquiry.

Oregon House OKs election-day postmark for ballots

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Oregon House OKs election-day postmark for ballots
Bill goes to Senate and would add the state to 17 others that allow postmarks to count.

Lawmakers clear civics requirement for high school…

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Lawmakers clear civics requirement for high school…
Unanimous House vote sends bill to Gov. Brown and would put the mandate into effect in 2025-26.

Vaccinated? Get ready to cheer on your favorite team

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Vaccinated? Get ready to cheer on your favorite team
Moda Center, local theaters and other venues could have 'vaccinated sections' for some patrons.

Judge weighing legality of Metro's homeless tax…

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Judge weighing legality of Metro's homeless tax…
A hearing on the complex issue was held in Multnomah County Circuit Court on Friday, May 21

Urban/rural Oregonians split on COVID-19 school…

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Urban/rural Oregonians split on COVID-19 school…
Many people supported aid to low-income students, others wanted schools funds to pay for other things.

Request to delay paid family leave draws criticism

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Request to delay paid family leave draws criticism
Agency seeks to put off deadlines until 2023, but lawmaker says 'they failed in their duty.'

Blumenauer backs Biden's jobs plan and how to pay…

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Blumenauer backs Biden's jobs plan and how to pay…
Oregon Democrat shelves fuel tax increase in favor of higher taxes on corporations and top income earners.

'Take your shot Oregon' - Cash prize drawings for…

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'Take your shot Oregon' - Cash prize drawings for…
State announces $1 million lottery drawing for vaccinated residents and scholarship opportunities for students.

Employment Department proceeds with computer project

Portland Tribune - Politics
Employment Department proceeds with computer project
Vendor is finally signed, but agency gets political flak for proposed delay in paid family leave law.

Oregon Employment Department to reinstate work…

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Oregon Employment Department to reinstate work…
But acting director says Oregon does not plan early end to extra federal unemployment benefits.

Survey: Oregonians worried about future wildfires

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Survey: Oregonians worried about future wildfires
Oregon Values and Beliefs Center says people see wildfires as 'a somewhat or very serious threat'

Is health care a right? Oregon voters will decide

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Is health care a right? Oregon voters will decide
Legislature clears ballot measure championed by the late Mitch Greenlick for November 2022 on a party-line House vote.

Oregon lawmakers contemplate new rules for health…

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Oregon lawmakers contemplate new rules for health…
A Lake Oswego lawmaker wants the country's most sweeping health care merger oversight. Hospitals say it goes too far.

Gov. Brown signs extension of grace for past-due…

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Gov. Brown signs extension of grace for past-due…
Senate Bill 282 allows time for renters to obtain state and federal aid, including a new $204 million fund.

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