The often vilified Oregon Public Employment Retirement Fund (PERS) saw a 14.3 percent increase on its investment in 2012. That’s the good news.
The Oregon Legislature began meeting in earnest in the last week and the 30 state senators and 60 state representatives have their work cut out for them.
A bill before a committee in the Oregon Legislature is gaining a lot attention this week because it touches on two issues that tend to get people riled up — immigration and education funding.
In 1973, America was on the tail end of a decade of upheaval that began with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and ended with the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
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