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Publications by date about: Education

February 7, 2014Blog PostSchool Dollars Belong to Schools, Not Special Interests: Sign the Petition
August 22, 2013News ReleaseImproving Educational Attainment Is Best Way to Strengthen Oregon Economy
February 25, 2013TestimonyTestimony of Jason Gettel in Support of Pay It Forward Bill
October 4, 2011Blog PostMessage to Governor Kitzhaber: The road to excellence in education begins with poverty reduction
October 3, 2011CenterPointsConfront Poverty to Improve Education
August 30, 2011ReportThe Fraying of Oregon's Middle Class
August 30, 2011News ReleaseOregon's Middle Class Under Threat
April 20, 2011Blog PostIntel’s Message on Higher Education Does Not Compute
April 4, 2011ReportOregon Can Do Better Than Harm Poor Kids
April 3, 2011Statesman JournalProposal would a make bad situation worse
November 3, 2010CenterPointsSmall Businesses Need Customers, Not Tax Cuts for the Wealthy
July 12, 2010Fact SheetThe Swing of the Budget Ax
June 6, 2010CenterPointsFinding Money in Oregon's Messiest Room
April 14, 2010ReportTax Day Reality Check
April 14, 2010News ReleaseOregon Taxes and Spending Have Remained in Line With Oregonians’ Pocketbooks for Three Decades
April 6, 2010News ReleaseCorporate-Funded Study Says Oregon Business Taxes Are the Lowest and Deliver Biggest Bang for Buck
January 5, 2010CenterPointsRevitalizing Community, Revitalizing Our Economy
August 4, 2009News ReleaseNew Poll Shows Most Oregonians Back Legislature’s Tax Measures
June 9, 2009Fact SheetRaise Revenue or Deepen the Pain
April 29, 2009News ReleaseCongressional Budget Is Good News for Oregonians
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