In other news: State finds wind farm abused workers.
Legislative leaders settle sexual harassment complaints by eight women for about $1 million.
Gender equity has been slow to arrive. But Oregon now ranks third among states for most women serving as state lawmakers, accounting for 41 percent of the Legislature.
The Bureau of Labor and Industries and legislative leaders will enter mediation to resolve BOLI’s findings of sexual harassment in the Capitol.
Voter turnout is light for the May 15 primary election.
Labor Commissioner candidate Lou Ogden explains his tenant’s kiddie porn bust and why he let the man stay on in his house for 18 months.
In many respects, Kate Brown has been an effective public servant. Why aren’t we more enthusiastic?
The complaint comes in what has thus far been a contentious and partisan race for a nonpartisan state-wide office.
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