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The Insanity in Oregon Is a Glimpse of Our Very Dark Future

People with guns have involved themselves in a legislative dispute while the officials of one political party cheer them on.

Oregon invests $2 billion in education – and early education

“…now we can finally invest in an education system to empower every single student on the path to realizing their dreams for the future,” Oregon Governor Kate Brown said in a Tweet.

Portland Is Again Blazing Trails for Open Internet Access

A rule guaranteeing net neutrality–which would cover only how network providers treat content going over their lines–won’t solve the larger, structural issues of noncompetitive, high-priced access.

Will Statewide Rent Control Catch On Beyond Oregon?

It’s the first in the nation to pass a rent control law that covers tenants across an entire state.

Portland General Electric Set To Build 1st-Of-Its-Kind Renewable Energy Site

Portland General Electric is making plans to build the country’s first large-scale energy facility that combines wind turbines, solar panels and battery storage.

The urban-rural divide in Oregon has become more pronounced

What once was only a 3 percent political registration gap between Eastern Oregon and Multnomah County has now skyrocketed to more than 30 percent.

Oregon Career Opportunity – Analyst, GIS Data – TriMet’s Mobility & Location-Based Services

Apply for this position if you consider yourself a map geek

Laird Superfood Secures $32 Million in Private Funding Round From WeWork and Others

One of the fastest-growing companies in the natural-foods industry will use funding to expand product offerings, support acquisitions and add jobs across departments

Oregon’s urban-rural divide has deepened

With the state’s population becoming more concentrated around Portland, and Eastern Oregon and Multnomah County becoming so politically disparate, the political voices of East Oregonians have become increasingly silenced.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown establishes rural broadband office

“I think once we dig in we’ll find out that there’s a digital divide along other lines, socioeconomic and cultural lines.”

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