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Jack Zika Jun 12
I stand with loggers and truckers across Oregon who came to visit the Capitol today to urge lawmakers to vote no on the cap and trade bill. This bill will be detrimental for their industry and set forth a chain of unintended consequences for all working families.
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Rep. Julie Fahey Jun 10
Food for thought for progressively-minded folks in Oregon who are mayors, city councilors, city planners, neighborhood leaders, or homeowners
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Jessica V. Pederson 5h
"Research has linked diesel not only to asthma, but diabetes, cancer, heart disease, infant mortality, premature birth & Alzheimer’s. Diesel engines also produce black carbon, contributing to our climate crisis." Tell legislators to pass HB 2007!
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Hugh Ady Jun 12
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KatSienk 23h
Simple google search reveals yet another self proclaimed "unpaid" vax bully is on CDC payroll. So called "unbiased" doctors trying to discredit those who have actually done the research and know the truth about vaccines are always making $ from vax industry.
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Nicholas Caleb 2h
Last week, the timber industry got their dream amendment adopted into that will ensure that Oregon's offsets program doesn't prevent deforestation. We know that allowing forests and their soils to mature is essential for sequestration of atmospheric carbon.
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Renew Oregon 1h
What an amazing day to be an Oregonian. Thank you, Rep for your leadership and to all Representatives who have come in support of climate action through the bill. Finally, a big thank you to all the Representatives who voted YES on !
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Rep Rachel Prusak Jun 14
HB 2020, the 'clean energy jobs bill,' and its investments in reducing greenhouse gas emissions can yield considerable real-world health benefits. For example, a reduction in air pollutants decreases the risk of respiratory and cardiac illness.
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Climate Solutions 1h
WAHOO! House passes , 36-24! Just one last step to win Oregon's strongest climate protections ever. Onward! ✔ Passed by Carbon Reduction joint cmtee ✔ Passed by Ways & Means joint cmtee ✔ OR House ☐ OR Senate ☐ Governor's signature
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John Tapogna 15h
End of session essentials: * price carbon * re-legalize "missing middle" homes
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Meredith Connolly Jun 12
Here we go! Joint Ways & Means committee just passed ! just cleared its last committee hurdle and now will move to the House & Senate floors for votes by the whole Climate can't wait, let's do this Oregon!
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OR House Republicans 1h
Democrats Declare War on Workers. Cap and Trade Will Devastate Communities Across Oregon.
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Marty Wilde Jun 13
If approved by the voters in 2020, HB 2270 would help reduce smoking, keep kids from getting nicotine, and fund the Oregon Health Plan. It passed out of the House Revenue Committee today. Let's get Oregon off tobacco!
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Lucy 🌻 1h
It’s a very sad day when we get hit over the head with the hammer that says our voice does not matter.
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Ore Housing Alliance 10h
The is currently considering HB 2001, which would help build more housing options in communities across Oregon, and bring more neighbors to our communities.
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Our Climate 1h
has passed the House! Now onto the Senate. Thank you for protecting our future, .
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Doug Moore 1h
Incredible moment. passes by a 36-24 vote on the House floor! On to the Senate! Thanks and .
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Renew Oregon 7h
"I'm here today because of [my grandchildren] supporting this bill. We can't give into the cynicism that our actions don't matter. We have the ability to lead by example. I urge your aye vote." - Rep. John Lively on
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Conservation Voters 48m
BREAKING: The bill just passed the House! We're one step closer to creating a better climate future for the next generation of Oregonians. Later this week, heads to the Senate for a final vote. Thanks to the climate champs who voted yes!
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DefendOregonWorkers Jun 10
Will you listen to your constituents ? Vote no on HB 2020. "Working-class Oregonians would be particularly hard hit. That message seems to be falling on deaf ears in Salem."
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