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Oregon Rep. Kurt Schrader was among 16 House Democrats who released a letter vowing to oppose Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s bid to become the new speaker.
The Clackamas County lawmaker is prominent in moderate Democratic circles in the House and has long sought new leadership in the chamber. He couldn’t be reached for comment Monday.
This has been the deadliest wildfire season in California’s history, with hundreds of people still missing.
“A paid internship? How often do you get THAT opportunity?” This is a common reaction to the Clatsop WORKS Paid Internship program! It is a new experiment to strengthen our workforce and increase economic vitality in Clatsop County, and it is working. Clatsop WORKS finished with amazing results this summer.
From roads to railways, ports to electrical grids, our infrastructure is highly relied upon. It's also highly in need of help.
Oregon Democratic Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici talks about the California wildfires, preventing catastrophic wildfires in the future, climate change, how a Democratically controlled house will provide oversight on the Trump Administration, and the Democrats top priorities for 2019.
As winter winds bear down on Portland's homeless, hi-tech workers are handing out an old-school solution: kits packed with emergency supplies.
On Thursday, U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici was shown plans for the Outdoor Museum, which will run along the three-quarter-of-mile trail from Main Street to Tiedeman Avenue, during a tour attended by city officials, planners and the project's lead urban designer.
The paved trail, already in place, begins directly to the east of the Symposium Coffee/Tigard Chamber of Commerce building.
Grabner would like to see that change. So would U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, the Democrat who represents McMinnville in Oregon’s First Congressional District.
Still, Bonamici said Thursday (Oct. 25) at a Westside Economic Alliance forum, "Our side of the aisle is taking steps that if we are in the majority, we will respect minority rights."
Bonamici said she is constantly trying to explain to colleagues in Washington that outlawing abortion won’t make it go away. It’ll just make it dangerous. Plus, she points out, studies routinely show that abortion rates go down under Democratic presidents, when contraception, preventative healthcare and sex education are widely available.