Millions of Americans cannot always afford to buy enough food to support an active, healthy life. While not many Americans starve to death, thousands of your state’s residents sometimes go to work, to school, or to bed hungry, and many others barely manage to avoid hunger.
When it comes to tax policy, all too often Oregon fails to fly with her own wings. Rather than heed
By the end of this decade, local governments in Oregon could have about $140 million less per year to pay for libraries, fire departments, and other local services if a proposal to freeze property taxes for homeowners who are seniors becomes law.