AG Roseblum Reels in $150,000 Contribution


Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum reported a $150,000 contribution today from the Democratic Attorneys General Association. If that figure sounds slightly familiar, that's because the group earlier gave the same amount to Rosenblum's predecessor, John Kroger, last year. Kroger gave the money back when he resigned earlier this year to become president of Reed College. Rosenblum (who is married to WW ...   More
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 NIGEL JAQUISS

Veteran Oregonian Reporter Jeff Manning Leaves to Become Spokesman for Oregon AG


When it comes to serious investigative reporters at The Oregonian, Jeff Manning was one of last ones standing. Until today.Manning, who joined O’s newsroom in 1994 from the Portland Business Journal, is leaving the newspaper to become the spokesman for Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum. The departure is another blow to the Portland daily that has seen a steady loss of its writing and reporting talent ...   More
Thursday, August 9, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

DOJ Investigating Signature Gathering By Campaign Contributor To Incoming AG Ellen Rosenblum

Earlier this week, WW reported that former Oregon Court of Appeals Judge Ellen Rosenblum, who will be sworn in as Oregon's first female attorney general on June 29, enters office facing potential conflicts of interest because of the large campaign contributions she accepted from marijuana interests. It turns out those conflicts will bubble to the surface immediately.WW has learned that the Oregon Department ...   More
Thursday, June 28, 2012 NIGEL JAQUISS


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