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March 16, 2017The OregonianOregon's massive housing subsidy to the well-off deserves legislators' scrutiny: Editorial Agenda 2017
January 12, 2017OCPP in the NewsHousing advocates seek cap on Oregon's mortgage interest deduction
April 29, 2016Portland Radio ProjectPodcast: Should corporate taxes be higher?
November 7, 2015Register-Guard$124 million on the table
September 25, 2015OCPP in the NewsWealthy Reap the Most as Revenue Rush Triggers U.S. State Rebates
September 21, 2015Register-GuardThe gap widens: The rich continue to get richer while others don’t
September 17, 2015The OregonianOregon's economy improved last year, but poverty levels did not
September 16, 2015Portland TribuneState's minimum wage won't go up in 2016
September 7, 2015Register-GuardFraming income inequality: New study looks at the growing gap in Oregon
September 6, 2015Statesman JournalThe state of Oregon's labor unions
July 6, 20151859 Oregon MagazineKicker tax rebates
May 15, 2015The OregonianFilmed in Oregon: The stiff competition for Hollywood's business
April 13, 2015The OregonianMinimum wage fight, at least for a day, surges to prominence in Oregon Capitol
April 8, 2015Statesman JournalMinimum wage study touts benefits for small business
April 6, 2015Portland Business JournalOregon small businesses could soon collect $2M for R&D work
March 17, 2015Portland TribuneRobbery by any other name
March 8, 2015Statesman JournalThe $15 question: The legislature grapples with minimum wage
February 3, 2015The OregonianJohn Russell's take on fair wages for a hard day's work
November 13, 2014Eugene WeeklyWage Theft: How companies steal from our employees and communities
November 11, 2014Portland TribuneVoters' message? Fix the economy
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