“I think if you’re not going to keep your deal, you’re not going to keep it. This is just who she is.”
Thousands of Oregon tenants are awaiting rent relief.
Those decisions were expected after their ally, House Speaker Tina Kotek, announced a run.
The flimsiness of Wheeler’s original resolution and pushback from advocates telling the mayor’s office it wasn’t a robust method of supporting reproductive rights produced a rethink.
The result of one map would be to turn Oregon cobalt blue, while the other would render it kind of purple.
Multnomah County will lose $19 million.
The CIO notes the consequences for agencies’ technical shortcomings are “nearly nonexistent.”
Oregon saw 119 deaths associated with COVID in the past week—the highest weekly total since January. And the toll will get worse.
The Portland Democrat is the first big-name candidate to enter the Democratic primary.
“Right Band-Aid, wrong appendage.”
When I-5 ripped through Albina in the 1960s, other interstates wrought similar damage.
“The assumption was that the sixth seat would be Democratic. But I think it’s pretty tough to get there.”
The hot zone erupting in places like Josephine County and nearby Douglas County creates a new dilemma for Gov. Kate Brown and state health officials, weeks after they celebrated the reopening of Oregon.
In other news: Deadly shootings continue.
Kristof’s attorneys say he meets state’s residency requirement.