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August 30, 2011ReportThe Fraying of Oregon's Middle Class
August 30, 2011News ReleaseOregon's Middle Class Under Threat
August 2, 2011OPBWhere Credit's Due (on the debt ceiling deal)
July 12, 2010Fact SheetThe Swing of the Budget Ax
July 1, 2010CenterPointsPreventing the Economy From Sliding Back Into the Ditch
November 16, 2009CenterPointsOregon Hunger Rate Surges; Food Stamps Fill Need
June 9, 2009Fact SheetRaise Revenue or Deepen the Pain
April 29, 2009News ReleaseCongressional Budget Is Good News for Oregonians
February 27, 2009Fact SheetHow Will the Federal Recovery Package Help Struggling Oregonians and the State's Economy?
February 3, 2009Fact SheetHow Much Does Oregon Stand to Gain From the House Economic Stimulus Package?
January 23, 2009News ReleaseFederal Government Issues New Poverty Line for 2009
July 15, 2008News ReleaseChild Tax Credit Fix Would Help 155,000 Oregon Children
February 21, 2008News ReleasePresident's Proposed Budget Cuts Would Hurt Oregonians and Shift Costs to State
July 26, 2007Issue BriefOne in Eight Oregonians Needs Congress to Halt the Erosion in Food Stamps
February 21, 2007News ReleaseNew Analysis Finds Oregon Hit Hard by Cuts in President’s Budget for 2008
September 2, 2006ReportWho's Getting Ahead? Opportunity in a Growing Economy, State of Working Oregon 2006
September 2, 2006News ReleaseWho's Getting Ahead This Labor Day?
December 23, 2005CenterPointsThe Budget Tsunami
September 12, 2005News ReleaseOregon’s Poor Families Lose $861 Million to Welfare Reform
March 30, 2005News ReleaseVulnerable Oregon Residents Would Lose Up to $422 Million in Federal Funding Under House Budget Plan
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