The State of Same Sex Marriage Outside Oregon

Same-sex marriage in Oregon

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While supporters of same-sex marriage in Oregon tell their stories in hopes of getting a future measure on the state ballot, their counterparts elsewhere are fighting their own battles to achieve the same goal of marriage rights.There's a move by backers of same-sex marriage in Maryland's legislature to make the state the seventh to provide gay and lesbian couples with full marriage rights.And on the ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 HANK STERN

Oregon Single-Payer Advocates Can Look to Vermont

Vermont and single-payer health care

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A piece in today's print edition of WW provides a preview of a big single-payer conference coming to Portland this weekend and the uphill battle ahead for single-payer advocates in Oregon trying to get their bill passed in the state Legislature.If you're interested in reading about a state much further along than Oregon when it comes to advancing single payer at the state level, here's a good piece ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 HANK STERN

Peter DeFazio Still Unhappy About Tax Deal

Peter DeFazio

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011 HENRY STERN

Lake Oswego Electroshock Maker Could Be Big Winner

Electroshock

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There are only two manufacturers of electroshock devices in the United States. One of them is Mecta, a small Oregon company located in an undistinguished Lake Oswego building on McEwan Road.  That company's fortunes may be greatly improved this week, when the Food and Drug Administration considers reclassifying electroshock devices in such a fashion that it would increase the acceptance of shock ...   More
 
Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Legislative Races: Devlin Poised To Spend $1 Million to Keep Senate Seat: Updated


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Based on his Oregon legislative salary of $1,801 per month, Senate Majority Leader Richard Devlin would need more than 46 years to earn the $1 million or so of contributor cash he will spend on his race against Republican challenger Mary Kremer. With one day to go before ballots are counted, state filings show the Democratic incumbent in Senate District 19 (Lake Oswego, Tualatin, West Linn and ...   More
 
Monday, November 1, 2010 NIGEL JAQUISS

One Final Reminder: Ballots Due Tuesday


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As you're recovering from Halloween-related hangovers and corn syrup-induced stomachaches, think about this potentially distressing thought: you have only until 8 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to vote in the Oregon election. To the many of you who haven't voted yet, here are our candidate and initiative endorsements. And here's where you can drop off your ballot. One last thing—if the vitriol ...   More
 
Monday, November 1, 2010 Jason Slotkin

Four Loko: National Alarm Over Alcoholic Energy Drinks Slow to Reach Oregon


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It's accused of hospitalizing nine freshmen from Central Washington University. Gangsters from New York City allegedly forced a gay man to chug it while he was being tortured. And it tastes almost as nasty as its reputation. It's the alcoholic energy drink Four Loko. And its pervasive presence in the news lately has resulted in warnings and proposed bans from across the nation—including ...   More
 
Monday, November 1, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Your Guide to Election Day and Night: The Races We're Watching and Where We'll Be


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It's Election Day ... finally. And we at WW's world headquarters are here for you. In separate posts, we'll be covering tonight's campaign parties for Oregon gubernatorial candidates John Kitzhaber and Chris Dudley; Metro President candidates Tom Hughes and Bob Stacey; and Multnomah County Commissioner candidates Karol Collymore and Loretta Smith. We'll also be with U.S. Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.) ...   More
 
Tuesday, November 2, 2010 HANK STERN

At This Point in the Evening, It Looks Good for Kitzhaber


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It's way too early to call the Oregon governor's race. But since we are sitting around, bored of Wolf Blitzer, we'll offer this bit of analysis: Despite the Republican wave rolling over America, supporters of Democratic candidate John Kitzhaber have reason to be cautiously optimistic. Why? As of 30 minutes ago, almost 100,000 more Democrats than Republicans had voted in Oregon. Assuming most ...   More
 
Tuesday, November 2, 2010 MARK ZUSMAN

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