NewsDeanna Swenson, the part-time Clackamas County elections worker whose ballot tampering WWfirst reported last November, was sentenced to jail time today.
Here's the release from Secretary of State Kate BrownMore
Minority groups backing Portland’s pro-fluoride measure have received $143,000 in payments from the campaign.
The campaign advocating fluoridation of Portland’s
drinking water has trumpeted the support it’s received from minority
organizations, ranging from the Urban League of Portland to the Latino
This widespread support, backers say
A Kansas man who helped defeat fluoridation in Wichita, Kan., last year has turned his attention to Portland.
Although Clean Water Portland, which opposes Measure 26-151, which would fluoridate Portland's water, has slipped well behind the pro-fluoride campaign, Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland in the money race, the "no" campaign is attracting healthy contributions from out-of-stat...
Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland, the political action committee advocating a "yes" vote on Measure 26-151 which would fluoridate Portland's water, reported more large contributions today.
Healthy Kids got $50,000 from the Washington Dental Service Foundation; a $25,000 in-kind contribution from the Northwest Health Foundation and $5,000 from the Oregon Medical PAC. <...
Pro-fluoride campaign makes "grants" to minority groups
The pro-fluoride campaign, Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland, has reported $325,000 in new contributions since Monday, taking a large lead in the money race on Measure 26-151, the proposal on the May 21 ballot to fluoridate Portland's water.
The campaign reported contributions of $165,920 from the Northwest Health Foundation; $60,000 from the Oregon Dental Association; $50,000 from ...
Banks send lawyer Daniel Gordon after people who don’t pay their credit-card bills. Who is watching how he operates?
Misfortune is Daniel N. Gordon’s best friend.
No Oregon lawyer files more lawsuits—or wins more—than Gordon. He doesn’t do divorces, car accidents or medical malpractice.
Instead, he is th
NewsEnvironment & Energy Daily, a trade publication that tracks Congress, reported today that Josh Kardon, the former chief of staff for Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has a new client—the oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp.
Kardon, worked for Wyden for 18 years, many of them stationed in Portland. When Kardon left Wyden's office in 2011, the senator was glowing in his praise. <...
NewsBill Sizemore, the anti-tax, anti-public employee union ballot measure specialist, has declared Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In his filing on April 9, Sizemore listed assets of $10,796 and liabilities of $21 million.
Those liabilities are the result of civil lawsuits the Oregon Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers won against him.
As the city budget process grinds toward a conclusion, commissioners are turning in their homework.
When Mayor Charlie Hales took control of all city bureaus for the duration of the budget cycle he asked his colleagues to spend some of their new-found spare time examining bureau spending.
Two of them, Dan Saltzman and Amanda Fritz, got the task of looking at public safety lab...
NewsKaiser Permanente has written a $25,000 check to Healthy Kids, Healthy Portland, the political action committee pushing for Measure 26-151, which would authorize fluoridation of Portland's water supply, according to a filing with the state.
That check continues a mini-trend: the pro-fluoride campaign has gotten institutional support, while the anti-fluoride campaign...