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Oregon voters could ease bond limits on affordable housing

Legislature refers proposed state constitutional amendment to the November ballot.

Oregon voters could boost future spending on affordable housing when they cast their votes in the November general election. 13 more words

Affordable Housing

Is Proposed PH Federal Govt Not Copied From The Us?

April 19, 2018

               Is PH Proposed Federal Govt. Not Copied From The US?

                                           By Quirico M. Gorpido,Jr

Maasin City, So. L:eyte-Is PH style federal form of Govt. 555 more words

Editorial: Measure would add a piece to housing puzzle

A constitutional amendment that will make it easier to finance affordable housing in the state is a step closer to the November ballot after Oregon’s attorney general has written a proposed ballot title. 37 more words

Oregon Legislature

In the Interest of Full Disclosure...

Running for President of the United States is an honor and a privilege that many people won’t get the opportunity to pursue. I hope offer a real alternative to issues that matter to me, and you reading this starts that ball rolling. 944 more words

Oregon Amends Data Breach Notification and Information Security Laws

In March, we reported that the Oregon legislature was considering amending its data breach notification and information security laws. That legislation has now passed the Oregon legislature and been signed into law by Oregon’s governor. 10 more words

Oregon Legislature

The Bail Act—A Protector or Sham?

After being promulgated with much pomp 15 years ago, the Bail Act, 2000 [“the Act”] should be reviewed to determine whether it has made a difference, in a positive way, to the administration of justice or is it a sham, in that, it purports to give legal rights and protection of liberty, which in reality, is not the case. 552 more words

Breaking News: The Court Is Open To The Public

It was refreshing to note that the Court of Appeal, in a judgment delivered in the Trafigura case, has reaffirmed a most sacred and fundamental principle in our judicial system, that the principle of open justice is the norm in Jamaica. 613 more words