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October 6, 2014USA TodayStates see more poverty among children, unemployed
September 18, 2014Statesman JournalOregon's minimum wage will increase to $9.25 an hour
September 18, 2014Portland Business JournalWhy Oregon’s uninsured rate plummeted this year
August 7, 2014Eugene WeeklyAnd Inequality for All
June 14, 2014OregonianNike waiting to proceed on World Headquarters project, 18 months after special session
May 29, 2014Portland TribuneState shells out county Gain Share payday
April 9, 2014The BulletinAffordable housing a challenge for low-income workers
February 20, 2014Statesman JournalRe-evaluating state's minimum wage
February 20, 2014OPBWage Theft In Restaurant and Construction Industries
February 14, 2014Portland Business JournalBeyond Cover Oregon: The problem of uninsured and affordability will continue
January 25, 2014The OregonianCongress must get to work on jobless benefits
January 9, 2014The SkannerSpotlight Falls on the Minimum Wage as Way to Tackle Poverty
January 6, 2014State of ReformHealth Advocates Ask Oregon to Look Into “Basic Health Plan Option”
December 12, 2013OPBGet Ready For Another Sales Tax Debate In Oregon
December 9, 2013The Register GuardDon’t let EUC lapse - the need for federal unemployment benefits persists
December 6, 2013Associated PressOregon Gives Intel a Nike-Like Tax Deal
November 12, 2013The OregonianSteve Duin: The sustained mediocrity of Oregon's higher-ed system
October 10, 2013Eugene WeeklyThink Tank Concludes ‘Grand Bargain’ Flawed
September 18, 2013Statesman JournalState minimum wage edges higher
September 11, 2013KOBI TVReport: 70% of Families in Poverty Have At Least One Working Parent
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