Gov. John Kitzhaber Names Kendall Clawson Deputy Chief of Staff

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Gov. John Kitzhaber has promoted key aide Kendall Clawson to his deputy chief of staff for community engagement."Kendall's been with the governor's office since the beginning of his administration," says Kitzhaber spokeswoman Rachael Wray. "The governor has every confidence she'll build on her role to help ensure the office is well connected with communities around the state." Clawson, 49, has served ...   More
 
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 AARON MESH

Kendall Clawson Withdraws Her Name From Consideration for OLCC Post

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Gov. John Kitzhaber's difficulties with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission continue. Kitzhaber struggled last year to remove OLCC director Steve Pharo, whom the five-member commission continued to support after Kitzhaber wanted him gone. More recently, the commission voted down a 25-cent-per bottle tax increase Kitzhaber and legislative leaders wanted. Now, Kitzhaber's hand-picked successor to Pharo, ...   More
 
Monday, June 24, 2013 NIGEL JAQUISS

Kitzhaber Recommends Kendall Clawson To Be New OLCC Chief

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Gov. John  Kitzhaber has named Kendall Clawson, a key aide in his office, as his pick be the new director of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. "The governor has recommended Kendall to the chair of OLCC," says Tim Raphael, Kitzhaber's spokesman.  "He thinks her leadership skills and vision are exactly what the agency needs." Clawson, 48, is currently Kitzhaber's executive appointments ...   More
 
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 NIGEL JAQUISS

Kitzhaber Names Top Staffers


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Gov.-elect John Kitzhaber named several key staffers this afternoon, four days ahead of his Jan. 10 swearing in. Here is the release from Kitzhaber, who has been criticized by some in his own party for moving too slowly with appointments: Governor-elect Kitzhaber today announced his top aides, led by Chief of Staff, Curtis Robinhold. Mr. Robinhold is a native Oregonian with deep roots in the ...   More
 
Thursday, January 6, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Exec At Portland's Q Center Gets Invited to the White House


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Q Center executive director Kendall Clawson was invited today to the White House to watch President Obama sign a significant new piece of hate crimes legislation into law. The Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act takes its name from Shepard —a college student in Wyoming who was killed for being gay; and Byrd, an African-American man who was chained and dragged ...   More
 
Monday, October 26, 2009 Sasha Ingber

New State Initiative in Bias Crime Reporting


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Last week's forum in Portland at the Q Center on gay bashing revealed that many members of the LGBTQ community feel uncomfortable reporting bias crimes to the police. Days after the June 2 forum, the state Department of Justice is announcing the establishment of a confidential bias crime reporting system for anyone who's been targeted as a result of their race, gender, religion and sexual orienation. ...   More
 
Tuesday, June 8, 2010 Caitlin Giddings

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