“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas.” – Linus Pauling
The first ever Oregon “annual session” is less than five months away, though little has yet been said about what substantive ideas will be on the agenda for the 26-day session. Democrat leadership is calling for nothing controversial. From the Ashland Daily Tidings:
Buckley, a senior member of the House Democratic leadership team, conceded that nothing “earth shattering” would likely emerge from the 26-day session; only budget adjustments and bills that have bipartisan support would likely be considered by legislators during the micro-session.
Legislators are beginning to draft agenda items for the 2008 special session and 2009 regular session, and would like your input. What do you think should be on the agenda over the next two years? What are your most important priorities?