Get email updates:

Daily Weekly
Welcome to
Top Political News - May 22, 2018
  • Tax break passes in special session
  • Conservative Prof. Bringing His Campaign Against Gender Fluidity to Portland
  • Enviros squabble over governor's nominee to Environmental Quality Commission
  • Kate Brown cartoon shows the big tax picture
  • Film Screening for pro-property rights movie
  • Audit: Regional Arts And Culture Council Needs Oversight
  • Oregon Business News

    Sacramento probate lawyer and trust administration attorney J. P. Huber.
    Figured maple Pen Blanks and Bowl Blanks make beautiful woodturning projects, especially with stabilized wood.

  • Inside the Williams Memo: What U.S. attorney's enforcement priorities mean for Oregon's cannabis industry
  • Seattle’s $250 per worker tax
  • More Political News
  • Blazers owner Paul Allen donates $1 million to Washington gun initiative
  • City Hall Update: Council approves $5.1 billion budget
  • Ethics commission asked to weigh in on special session
  • Fritz Selects Interim Portland Parks Director Who Had Received Warnings About Elevated Lead
  • Hillsboro student sues district over right to wear pro-border wall shirt
  • Judge: Teen ordered to repay $37 million for Gorge blaze
  • Metro Increases Proposed Bond to Build Affordable Housing to $652 Million
  • Oregon child welfare officials work to bring back 'sense of hope'
  • Oregon lawmakers mull preventing 'too big to fail' livestock operations
  • Oregon teachers union calls for better response to teacher misconduct -- but no new laws
  • Oregon tribes allowed to buy, develop private property without federal approval
  • Oregon women achieve landmark victories in 2018 primary
  • Portland Public Schools spending ranks high among big U.S. districts
  • Suit allegedly documents Lake County collusion
  • Supreme Court: Companies can require workers to accept arbitration

  • Display news from:
    Search news by keyword(s):
    This Week's Most Popular News
    1. Gov Brown plans to address property tax...
    2. Portland Democrat's primary loss shifts...
    3. Ranchers rage at Blumenauer Farm Bill...

    May 21, 2018
  • McLane: Gov. Brown's special session waste
  • Ballot initiatives enter final weeks of viability
  • Beware Gov. Brown Special Session Tax Trap
  • Oregon governor-hopeful Knute Buehler on winning Republican nomination
  • Rep. Reschke: Special session just Gov's political theater
  • Gun violence costs Oregon $2.6 billion annually
  • State to remove beams from $17m failed Wickiup Junction overpass
  • Cuts threaten subsidies for rural health broadband
  • Springfield reaches settlement with fired police dispatcher who filed federal lawsuit
  • Put student safety ahead of job security: Editorial
  • US Attorney For Oregon Prioritizes Cannabis Trafficking, Public Safety

  • May 20, 2018
  • Oregon Governor's race takes off
  • Special session begins Monday, Oregon lawmakers unsure what will happen
  • Editorial: Don't strangle legislator questions
  • Pass-through tax bill could be test case
  • Trump should pardon Oregon ranchers -- They aren't terrorists — Opinion
  • Some Trails Open After Columbia Gorge Wildfire
  • The future of Central Oregon's wilderness is at stake
  • In Our View: Remain Wary on Tolls
  • Marylhurst faculty challenge decision to close university
  • 3 students arrested after gun passed around at Lebanon High
  • Oregon Catalyst News
    5/22Kate Brown cartoon shows the big tax picture
    5/21Underestimating Public School Spending
    5/20Beware Gov. Brown special session tax trap!
    5/18A North American minimum wage?
    Oregon Blog News
    Inside the Williams Memo: What U.S....
    Congress moves to roll back banking laws...
    It's time to ask deeper questions about...
    Film Screening for property rights movie
    Senate Democrats Reject Real Investment ...
    Royal Wedding ‘Love’ preacher goes...
    Statement from Senators Boquist and...
    Oregon GOP Chair Congratulates...
    Editorial: Is Kate Brown’s Commitment To...
    Special Session: For What Exactly?
    Oregon Pension Crisis National News, Kate...
    Oregon GOP Governor’s Primary Finances...

    CONTACT INFO: 503-603-9009. PO Box 23573 Tigard, OR, 97281. Tom Butler is President and Jason Williams Executive Director of the Taxpayer Association of Oregon, See our government waste watch reports and legislative news on taxes and fee increases. click here.

    This site is funded by the many $9 annual sponsorships from Taxpayer Association of Oregon members. If you would like to support this site and be a part of a statewide E-mail Tax Alert, click here.