Oregon Catalyst comment noted in Los Angeles Times

Where do national newspaper go to quote great Oregon thinkers? OregonCatalyst of course. The LA Times did a story on the Governor’s crazy mileage tax. Here is how it ran.

“In Oregon, some drivers protest that the [Governor’s Mileage Tax] plan would discriminate against rural residents who may have to drive several miles just to get to the grocery store; create potential inequities compared with drivers from out of state; and raise privacy concerns, with Big Brother keeping a satellite watch over where everyone is driving. “What’s next? Tattoo numbers on your forearm?” wrote one commenter at Oregon Catalyst, a conservative website.”
Los Angeles Times, 1-4-09

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