Scooters arrived in Portland in a carefully crafted arrangement with City Hall. That’s in part because scooter companies tried gate-crashing in other cities—and ran into trouble.
“People would not go out to dinner because they didn’t want to deal with traffic,” said one commissioner before voting yes.
The measure would be a major change for Oregon politics. Oregon is one of the least regulated states in terms of campaign donations.
She responded in the way that has come to characterize our era: She took to Instagram to air her grievance.
After a month of the ICE protests, neighbors in South Waterfront are feeling some pain.
That’s the hot topic when citizens talk @ Ted Wheeler.
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The judge also ruled the First Amendment does not give people the right to make city commissioners listen to them.
A measure is coming to the November ballot that will radically change the way that Portland’s political campaigns work.