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Justice Paula Feroleto’s (indirect) role in furthering Chason Affinity’s project

I learned on October 6th that a member of the public (an individual who has never been one of my clients) made an incorrect comment at the October 5, 2017 public hearing before the City of Buffalo’s Preservation Board concerning the… 1,746 more words

Elmwood Village

HERE'S HOW MUCH MONEY EVERY SENATOR RECEIVED FROM HEALTH-INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE LAST ELECTION CYCLE

https://psmag.com/news/health-insurance-senate-money-connections

On average, senators who don’t support Bernie Sanders’ single-payer plan received more money from insurance companies.

Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a radical bill last week that would overhaul America’s health-insurance system. 799 more words

Comical "reprints"

Every single day there are “morons” who re-print the garbage already in the media that was created by the socialist liberals.  These “re-printer” have NO brain.  111 more words

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Oregon judge to decide if political spending limits are legal

A Multnomah County judge heard hours of what he said were “illuminating” arguments Tuesday for why new political campaign spending limits should be allowed or overturned. 13 more words

The Oregonian

Anti-Trump Postings are like the joke of the day !!

The anti-Trump rhetoric is a great read, comedic and so laughable.  As I challenged the stupidity one writer indicated that “I” was a militant. Ha!    I am not the one bashing OUR president.  98 more words

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Disappointed by Councilmember Joel Feroleto

Perhaps my expectations were too high.

Delaware District Councilmember Joel P. Feroleto has an impressive pedigree. His mother, the Hon. Paula L. Feroleto, was elected a State Supreme Court Justice in 2004, and has functioned as the Administrative Judge for the 8-county Eighth Judicial District since 2009. 1,665 more words

City Of Buffalo

Lawmakers Want Medicaid Dollars Out of Politics. Here’s Where the Money is Coming From

Rep. Mitch Greenlick is sick of this practice.

On May 23, state Rep. Mitch Greenlick (D-Portland) and four co-sponsors from his Democratic caucus took a first step toward cutting off a large and confounding source of political cash. 51 more words

Oregon Legislature