Another lawsuit filed over the way companies are passing the costs of the Portland Clean Energy Fund onto consumers.
City officials say AT&T was the only cellular provider to infer it should pass along the Clean Energy Tax to customers.
AT&T is exempt from the new Clean Energy tax, but was charging customers for it.
One of Portland’s downtown tourism mainstays is in trouble. The owner and a manager were found by police grappling on the office floor.
Cylvia Hayes agreed to pay the Oregon Government Ethics Commission $44,000 in penalties. Her attorney says the state is unlikely ever to get the money.
“Ty Murray Irving would not have died if he had not taken the hypnotic drugs prescribed to him by Portland State University,” the lawsuit alleges.
In other news: A bird kill costs the feds $5 million.