Stop HB 2006 from slashing your Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon What would you say if I told you that you and your family could lose your mortgage interest deduction forever? Well, that’s exactly what Big Government leaders are trying do under a scheme to pass … Continue reading

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Comparing Ponzi Schemes between Bernie Madoff and Gov. Kate Brown

Ad campaign compares Ponzi Schemes between Bernie Madoff and Gov. Kate Brown By the Self-Serving Politicians are Driving Oregon into Bankruptcy Coalition April 26, 2017 — The Self-Serving Politicians are Driving Oregon into Bankruptcy Coalition has begun a statewide ad … Continue reading

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Oregon Might Join the 21st Century on Ride-sharing

By Steven Greenhut Oregon has a reputation as young and hip, given the vibrant tech economy in cities like Portland, Eugene and Salem. But the Beaver State sometimes also shows a stodgy resistance to newfangled ideas. After all, this is a … Continue reading

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Rebecca Tweed wins 17th annual Thomas Jefferson Award

Rebecca Tweed wins 2017 Thomas Jefferson Award By Taxpayer Association of Oregon The 17th annual Thomas Jefferson Award was awarded to Rebecca Tweed on the Jayne Carroll Radio Program KUIK 1360.   Rebecca Tweed was recognized for her vital role in … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Award winner TBA on radio today

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon The 17th annual Thomas Jefferson Award winner will be announced on the Jayne Carroll Radio Program on KUIK 1360 today at prime drive time 5:00pm.   All Oregonians can listen in live via the internet at … Continue reading

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Legislature scheming up $250 million health insurance tax

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon Oregon’s Legislature now appears ready to consider adding to the costs of already-expensive health insurance.  While a bill for consideration has not yet been finalized, some discussions have begun that could lead to a tax … Continue reading

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Bud Pierce: Let’s Improve Oregon’s Term Limits Law

By Dr. Bud Pierce In 1859, Oregon became America’s 33rd state. The authors of Oregon’s Constitution wisely term limited Oregon’s Governor, Secretary of State, and Treasurer. These founding citizens realized that politicians consolidate power when elected to political office. With … Continue reading

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Stuck in the Middle: Poll Shows Kate Brown Has Average Approval Rating Compared to Peers

Today, Morning Consult — a media and political research firm — updated their list of America’s Most & Least Popular Governors. In the polling conducted by Morning Consult, Governor Kate Brown is shown to have a positive approval rating of 58% and … Continue reading

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Secretary of State Dennis Richardson launches major expansion of voter access that restores or protects voting rights for more than 60,000 Oregonians

SALEM, OR — Secretary of State Dennis Richardson wants to maximize voter participation and access, while ensuring election integrity. He believes that every Oregonian who is eligible to vote should be able to vote. A new administrative rule and executive action … Continue reading

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Rep. Post champions Sudafed Rx Repeal

Representative Bill Post Testifies In Favor Of “Sudafed Rx Repeal” State Representative Bill Post, State Representative Bill Post (R-Keizer) testified before the House Health Care Committee in favor of House Bill 2128, which would make it easier to access certain … Continue reading

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Help Oregon fight ISIS, terrorism

I am enlisting Oregonians in the fight against ISIS and terrorism By Jason Williams (Founder of Taxpayer Association of Oregon, OregonCatalyst, OregonWatchdog) Average Oregonians need to be engaged in this historic battle against terrorism, ISIS and in the Syrian war. … Continue reading

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Ad campaign fights Son of 97 gross receipts tax

Priority Oregon launches ad campaign against Son of Measure 97 gross receipts tax By Taxpayer Association of Oregon me> The Son of Measure 97 tax is back in many forms at the State Capitol.   Standing up for the voters who … Continue reading

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Executive Club 4/5: Sen. Tim Knopp

Keynote Speaker: Senator Tim Knopp on reforming PERS Executive  Club  Meeting 7:00 pm  •  Wed.  April 5th  •  Portland Airport Shilo Inn State Senator Tim Knopp is a native Oregonian who has lived in Central Oregon for almost 4 decades. For … Continue reading

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