SALEM, Ore. – An Oregon political coalition launched a new initiative aimed at stopping legislative stall tactics. Two years ago, Oregon’s Senate Republicans left the state in order to deny a quorum on a climate change bill. The minority party ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Senate Republicans didn’t show up for Thursday’s floor session, according to Senate Democrats. Earlier Thursday, Oregon Republican leaders said the Democratic-majority legislature needs to refocus energy on “the biggest issues facing Oregon.” Among these issues are ...

SALEM, Ore. — A majority of house republicans did not show up to last night’s session. The boycott denied democrats the two-thirds quorum needed to conduct business. House republicans said on twitter that they didn’t show up in order to, ...

OREGON— According to the Service Employees International Union 503, classified workers at seven public universities in Oregon will go on strike at the end of the month. The Union represents 5,000 workers across the state. They conducted votes at Oregon ...

 MEDFORD, Ore. — Imagine being out for a drink on Saturday night when all of a sudden—the staff gets up and walks out. That’s exactly what happened at Howiee’s on Front this past Saturday night. According to Howiee’s on Front, ...

SALEM, Ore. — While Republican Senators still weren’t present Monday and weren’t over the weekend, there was still plenty of activity at the Capitol. House Republicans released a statement saying their counterparts in the senate walked out for many reasons, ...

 SALEM, Ore. —  For the second time this legislative session Oregon Senate Republicans walked out of the Capitol, some even left the state. That prevented Democrats from establishing a quorum and voting on House Bill 2020 Thursday. It lays out a ...

Medford, Ore. — Following in the footsteps of thousands of teens from across the nation, several dozen students at both North and South Medford High School walked out of class Friday to protest gun laws. The students were clear – ...

Washington, D.C. (Tal Kopan/CNN) — Washington, DC, restaurants and schools were prepared for a “Day Without Immigrants” protest Thursday, but so far, policymakers who live in the nation’s capital haven’t taken much notice. They might around lunchtime, however. The Architect ...

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