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Oregon passes privacy bill protecting marijuana shop customers

Lawmakers in Oregon overwhelmingly passed a measure aimed at protecting customers of the state’s recreational marijuana dispensaries as politicians prepare for potential pushback from President Trump. 53 more words

Oregon Legislature

Trump was MONITORED! We Should All Be Concerned

With the revelation by California Republican Rep. Devon Nunes that there appears to have been legal monitoring the Trump Presidential transition team, the average person would simply write this off as many Democrats are that there was nothing to see here; move along my little puppets.   677 more words

Οι 4 όροι της Τουρκίας για την επίλυση [τουρκοποίηση] του Κυπριακού

Τέσσερις όρους για την επίλυση του Κυπριακού θέτει η Άγκυρα, μέσω άρθρου του Τούρκου υπουργού Εξωτερικών, Mevlut Cavusoglu, στην εφημερίδα Washington Times. 659 more words


Sensitivity Readers Beware

We all have a dark side, that mischievous and rather evil counterpart that usually leads us in the wrong direction. But is it bad to embrace that dark side when it comes to your writing? 909 more words


Looks good to me!

The front page of The Washington Times sums up what’s happening in the Trump White House & beyond. For the most part, I am happy with the news. 17 more words


Oregon bill could allow mentally ill patients to be starved

An Oregon bill on advanced medical directive rules could allow patients who suffer from dementia or mental illness to be starved or dehydrated, opponents warned. 13 more words

Oregon Legislature

Proposed coffee tax delivers rude awakening to highly caffeinated Oregonians

A Democrat-sponsored bill in Oregon that would tax coffee has jolted caffeine lovers in the famously java-friendly Pacific Northwest.

The legislation would impose an excise tax of 5 cents per pound on wholesale transactions of coffee beans and ground coffee in order to fund education programs, but so far criticism of the bill has been scalding. 13 more words

House Bills