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Wendy Lawton Jul 12
The premise of this story - that solving the climate crisis requires genuine solutions and local motivators - is what was about. It's what has preached locally and has preached globally. Climate change needs behavior change.
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NewsWatch 12 Jul 12
Each Oregon Republican Senator who walked out of the Capitol over will receive a bill for $3,500 — the sum total for fines of $500 per day for seven days spent away from the legislative session.
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Oregon GOP Jul 15
Oregon GOP launches recall effort against Democratic Gov. Kate Brown -
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Amandine Llwyd Jul 15
I was merely curious. You're the one I have the most interactions with, & you were nice enough to answer my questions about earlier. I had seen previously that there was not any desire from the OR GOP to join w FDKB & I didn't understand WHY. It didn't make sense to me.
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Hubbell Communications Jul 9
Check out this week's Hubbell audiocast on the power of human interest messaging and the recent failure of Oregon's cap-and-trade bill.
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t crumley Jul 13
Replying to @KDRV
Can’t thank them enough for helping save Oregon from
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Rob Davis Jul 16
The receipts are trickling in from last month's well-funded protests against Oregon's climate bill, . What we can learn from one group's disclosures shows just how weak Oregon's campaign finance laws are.
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Michael S Berry 12h
Maybe. Pragmatic preventive actions- YES! Hysterical response- NO! Please- continue to see the big picture. Consider actions other than "TOP-DOWN" "solutions", e.g. recently-delayed 2019 .
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Michael S Berry 11h
Replying to @MrMikeObserves
...and individuals coming together to move Oregon away from polluting energy to a clean energy economy.” /END
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Justin Gibson 13h
The anti-American sore loser extremist Oregon GOP is pushing for a recall of Gov. Kate Brown (D), in retaliation for and granting driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants.
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350Deschutes 4h
Dont call for political rhetoric abt They've already been rewarded by legislators.
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Michael S Berry Jul 16
1/ Predecessors to also included the much-abused "emergency clause", which may have been included due to perceived urgency, but which also circumvented basic voter rights ---> ...
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350Deschutes 12h
works as will with adjustments. Dont fall for polluter and political .
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350Deschutes Jul 16
Big $$ to from polluters to get them to fabricate misinformation and derail . Thanks Davis for your fine reporting.
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Oregon Farm Bureau 13h
2 of 2) "Those that did take a position adamantly opposed it. I’m not talking about conservative-leaning newspapers from our state’s east side. I’m referring to some of the most liberal."
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Keaton Thomas Jul 16
Replying to @keaton_thomas
The group, Timber Unity, who were vocal supporters of Senate Republicans during the walkout over , say they don't support a recall effort against. Here's a post from their Facebook page explaining why.
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CAOBrien Jul 15
If only there were a way to avoid such environmental degradation... oh wait...
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Oregon Farm Bureau 13h
1 of 2) "Not a single major newspaper editorial board in our state came out in support of HB 2020. Some, including The Oregonian/OregonLive Editorial Board, did not take a public position..."
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Rob Davis 8h
Here is the reporting from our series being cited in the U.S. Senate by , questioning Portland Mayor about the fossil fuel $ backing state lawmakers who blocked . (h/t )
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350Deschutes Jul 16
I find it irresponsible how you have twisted the historic facts on . You are building divisiveness thru .
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