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St. Helens city leaders are reviewing a series of steps toward solutions to the city’s housing needs.
Rep. Bill Posey’s (R-Rockledge) bipartisan legislation to fight coastal acidification and help estuaries like our Indian River Lagoon was recently approved by the Full House Science Committee.
Even before he enters high school, Rishab Jain was recognized as America's top young scientist and one of Time magazine's 25 most influential teens of 2018.
Rishab, 14, is an eighth grader at Stoller Middle School in Beaverton.
Rishab envisions a future as a doctor or a biotechnical engineer.
Oregon’s entire Congressional delegation is seeking a federal disaster declaration for damages in the state caused by the late February storm that brought snow, freezing rain, floods and landslides.
ICE Agent Shoves Portland Lawyer: A federal immigration officer refused to show an arrest warrant and shoved a criminal defense lawyer as he tried to step on an elevator with his client on the fourth floor of the Multnomah County Courthouse on April 26.
MEANWHILE ON THE HILL: The Learning Policy Institute is hosting a discussion on what the federal government should be doing to enforce student civil rights protections while supporting state and local efforts to reduce the use of exclusionary discipline policies.
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee advanced four bills targeting ocean acidification today, as well as one measure to ensure the Department of Energy includes water conservation and use in demonstration and research projects.
An attorney’s video showed federal immigration officials as they arrested a man inside the Multnomah County Courthouse on Friday, drawing renewed attention to the longstanding but controversial practice of making arrests when people show up for unrelated court business.