New Mike Nearman TV ad: Trust

Republican Rep. Mike Nearman is the current representative for House District 23 (Independence) and is running for re-election. To visit his campaign web site, please click here: Mike Nearman for Oregon

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Oregon should learn from others’ bad green energy policies

by Sen. Doug Whitsett Oregon’s Democrat leadership has demonstrated resolute determination to implement policies under the guise of protecting our environment that are tantamount to social engineering. Examples are numerous. During the 2015 legislative session, the controversial Low Carbon Fuel … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Economy, Energy, Environment, Green Energy | Leave a comment

Measure 97’s passage is in serious doubt

by Reagan Knopp Final Measure 97 vote may not even be very close As of late, stories have suggested that Measure 97 — the tax on Oregon sales — will be close in the end. I don’t think it will … Continue reading

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Responding with the truth about Brad Avakian

Dennis Richardson for Secretary of State It’s disappointing that my main opponent has run a campaign short on ideas and long on negative attacks. With each new endorsement I’ve received, his attacks have become more shrill, and misleading. I have … Continue reading

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Graphic: Oregon already taxes & spends too much

By Taxpayer Association of Oregon,

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Olympic Experimental Forest Plan completed – timber companies congratulate DNR

American Forest Resource Council Olympia, WA – During a ceremony held this week in Forks, Washington, the American Forest Resource Council (AFRC) congratulated the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on the completion of a land plan for the … Continue reading

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Borrowing money to pay off PERS debt doesn’t solve the problem

by Sen. Doug Whitsett The compounding financial debacle within the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) is one of the most persistent and vexing problems facing Oregon lawmakers. Oregon taxpayers now owe about $22 billion more money to Oregon public employees … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:27 | Posted in Oregon Senate, PERS, Public Employee Unions, Public Employees Retirement System | Leave a comment

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