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Governor Kate Brown
Oregon's 38th Governor. Always fighting for better jobs & schools. Fierce feminist. Working to strengthen & expand voter access.
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. says it well: "They have done wrong in the past but are doing right now... and they deserve to participate in our great democracy." Every eligible voter deserves to have their voice heard.
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Governor Kate Brown 7h
says it well: "They have done wrong in the past but are doing right now... and they deserve to participate in our great democracy.” Every eligible voter deserves to have their voice heard.
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Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace 20h
Time is ticking! There are only three days left to apply and enroll through . That's your pathway to getting a subsidy to help fit insurance into your budget.
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Governor Kate Brown 16h
Events over the course of the past decade have proven that successful emergency response and recovery are the result of proactive preparation — especially at the state level. Our state government leaders take this responsibility seriously. We all need to be prepared.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 11
Congratulations to Julie Rowell, Oregon's winner of the Milken Family Foundation Educator Award — also known as the "Oscar for teaching." She's recognized for her incredible work empowering students, especially those for whom English is a second language.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 11
Some great tips from our friends at on how to save energy this holiday season. (#4 on this list really speaks to me...)
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 11
She inspired a global movement, and brought the climate crisis to the forefront of everyone's minds — all by using the incredible power of her voice. , thank you for getting the world's attention on this important issue. It impacts us all.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 10
To mark the 75th anniversary of the close of World War II, Oregon communities will be planting special peace trees grown from seedlings that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima — a symbol of resilience, and the need for peace in a nuclear-armed world.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 10
How powerful school can be when classes inspire critical thinking and help students focus on future career interest. I recently visited Hermiston High School, where hands-on learning is elevating students’ education experience and introducing them to valuable career skills.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 9
Fifty percent of the folks living at Laurelwood are working full time, which tells us what a struggle it is to find affordable housing. I encourage everyone to join me in donating clothes, food and hygiene products to shelters this holiday season.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 9
Our aging population deserves an Oregon that serves their financial, mobility, and cultural needs. People are living longer than any generation before — and it’s our job to ensure a quality of life that stands the test of time. Great joining this morning.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 9
We need to do everything we can to help Oregonians prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. Ten communities recently received generators via which can be used to supply power — especially to rural communities — during emergencies.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 8
An incredible team of nurses are helping reunite families from foster care — a transition that can be difficult for both child and parent. This support, provided through ' Child Welfare Health and Wellness Program, is helping many Oregonians.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 7
December 15 is the last day to enroll in a health plan for 2020 through the Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace, our state’s pathway to subsidized coverage. Here's a few tips from the experts to help guide folks through the process.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 6
My goal as governor is to make sure every Oregonian has the opportunity to thrive. That means having a warm, safe and ​affordable ​place to call home. As a community, we can do more to address housing instability if we all lend a hand to help a neighbor in need.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 6
I share the deep concerns that our youth have over the future of our planet, and the devastating impacts of climate change. Incredibly powerful seeing our students use their voices to inspire action. I hear you.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 5
I love the Capitol during this special time of year, when music fills the hallways. This group of choral students from Western Oregon University were fantastic. It’s such a treat.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 5
Planet-warming carbon emissions hit a record high this year. Scientists warn (again and again) that if we want to avoid the most severe consequences of climate change, global carbon emissions need to steadily decline each year.
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 5
Replying to @OregonGovBrown
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Governor Kate Brown Dec 5
We shouldn't be making it harder for struggling Americans to make ends meet and put food on the table. This rule will impact hundreds of thousands of people.
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