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UNDANG-UNDANG PERS

Undang-undang Pers (secara resmi bernama Undang-undang Nomor 40 Tahun 1999 tentang Pers) adalah undang-undang yang mengatur tentang prinsip, ketentuan dan hak-hak penyelenggara pers di Indonesia. 349 more words

Law

Business summit exposes competing visions for Oregon's future

In highly personal and emotional terms, Oregon’s Senate president charged headlong into a central divide in state politics: He pointedly challenged business leaders to come up with revenue ideas that he deemed crucial to staving off deep cuts in the face of a $1.7 billion budget gap. 12 more words

The Oregonian

Gov. Brown challenges business leaders to help find needed new revenue

Gov. Kate Brown on Monday pointedly challenged the state’s business community to come up with revenue proposals that she said are critical to staving off deep cuts in public services amid a $1.7 billion budget gap. 14 more words

The Oregonian

Business leaders offer deal: tax increases for PERS reform

Business leaders focused on revenue reform and state spending as part of their 14th annual leadership summit.

Emboldened by victory in defeating a corporate sales tax measure last month, business leaders at the Oregon Leadership Summit Monday offered state policymakers and public unions a bargain: They will support new taxes if lawmakers find ways to reduce the state’s pension costs. 13 more words

Portland Tribune

Businesses And Elected Officials Differ Sharply On Oregon's Pension Costs

One thing was certainly clear at the Oregon Leadership Summit on Monday: Business leaders and the state’s top elected officials are sharply divided over the state’s public pension system. 14 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

The Ultimate and Decisive “Is Poetry Dead?” Article!

by David Ebenbach reposted by Agnimag in essay

The “Is Poetry Dead?” articles are coming. Often they show up in National Poetry Month (April), but they can appear at any time. 1,497 more words

Pers

Our view: The hole in Brown’s budget

There is a gaping hole in Gov. Kate Brown’s proposed budget, released last Thursday. Brown’s financial road map for Oregon has nothing to say about the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) and its burgeoning costs to local governments and school districts. 26 more words

Opinion