March 18, 2020 Daily Clips


Coronavirus in Oregon (March 18): Governor takes more actions to stop ‘greater loss of life’

The Oregonian

Gov. Kate Brown reiterated Tuesday that Oregonians need to take action now to slow coronavirus transmissions in order to avoid “a higher strain on our medical system and greater loss of life to this disease.”

Oregon Extends Coronavirus-Related School Closures Until April 28


Oregon schools will remain closed through April 28 under an executive order Gov Download harmonica Linux. Kate Brown issued late Tuesday. The decision comes less than a week after Brown closed schools a week early for spring break, with the expectation of reopening them to students April 1.

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Capital Bureau

With the continued outbreak of COVID-19 straining Oregon’s economy and health care systems, legislative leaders are calling for a special legislative session to allocate money and pass laws to ease the outbreak’s impact.

Oregon again flubs message on when to expect greater coronavirus testing capacity

The Oregonian

This time the confusion stemmed directly from comments by Brown, in response to a question from reporters about what was being done to increase testing in Oregon 인피니티 워 더빙.

Gov. Kate Brown Didn’t Move Aggressively in the Face of the Accelerating COVID-19 Pandemic. But She Was Pressed Into Action.

Willamette Week

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As Unemployment Surges, Oregon Considers Easing Unemployment Benefit Standards


Claims for unemployment benefits are surging into the Oregon Employment Department as businesses are forced to shut down as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.

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The Oregonian

The logical question now on many people’s minds: Has the time come for a societal lockdown? What does it look like? And how long would it last?

Coronavirus Test Shortages Are Undermining Oregon’s Response


Oregon’s capacity to test for COVID-19, the infection caused by coronavirus, has remained tight and the prospects of significant expansion in the near-term is low.

Oregon grocers, suppliers say there’s still enough food amid coronavirus shopping frenzy

The Oregonian

From people on the front lines like Sweany to Oregon’s food producers, though, there’s a broad consensus the state’s grocery supply is adequate. Shelves may be barren each evening, they say, but they’re usually restocked every morning – and at some point people will run out of space in their pantries for all the canned soup and rice they’ve been stockpiling.

Oregon woman who had coronavirus dies, county officials say

The Oregonian

Lane County officials announced Tuesday night that a woman in the county who died Saturday is now believed to have died from COVID-19.

Kaiser to shut down clinics, office buildings, in anticipation of coronavirus onslaught

The Oregonian

Kaiser Permanente Northwest will temporarily close clinics and medical offices in the Portland area Thursday and redeploy employees in those facilities to Kaiser hospitals and urgent care clinics. It is another step the health system is implementing in preparation of an expected onslaught of patients infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Stocks, oil sink again as recession fears batter markets and coronavirus spreads

The Associated Press

Markets have been incredibly volatile for weeks as Wall Street and the White House acknowledge an increasing risk of a recession due to the coronavirus outbreak. The typical day this month has seen the stock market swing up or down by 4.9%. Over the last decade, the median move was just 0.4%.

Restaurateur Kurt Huffman On The Impossible Choice Facing Food Industry


For restaurant owners, the coronavirus pandemic has meant impossible choices.

Guess What Else Took a Hit From Coronavirus? Oregon’s Public Pensions

Willamette Week

BOTTOM LINE: The COVID-19 pandemic could be a disaster for the state’s already massive unfunded pension liability.

Other News

Coffee Creek corrections officer sues ex-coworker, state for $7 million for Taser hazing

Statesman Journal

An Oregon Department of Corrections officer is suing the state of Oregon, his ex-coworker and corrections officials for $7 million after he was attacked with a stun gun over a Facebook post.

Oregon water regulators exceeded authority, judge rules

Capital Press

Oregon’s water regulators exceeded their authority by shutting off wells within 500 feet of waterways in the Upper Klamath Basin last year, according to a judge.

Social distancing: Six virtual tours you can take if you’re stuck at home

USA Today

However, even as we are keeping our distance from one another, it doesn’t mean we’re completely confined to our own walls. With public spaces closing and events over 50 people canceled, many entities have taken it upon themselves to offer free virtual tours.

March 11, 2020 Daily Clips

Oregon climate change: Governor signs executive order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

The Oregonian

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Oregon Looks Like the West Coast State Least Aggressively Grappling With COVID-19

Willamette Week

Oregon is geographically caught between two hotbeds of the virus: California and Washington, which rank first and second, respectively, for the most COVID-19 cases. But in terms of both funding and testing, Oregon lags behind its neighbors.

1st Case Of Novel Coronavirus Reported In Multnomah County, 15 Total Oregon Cases


The Oregon Health Authority announced Multnomah County’s first presumptive case of the novel coronavirus Tuesday.

Testing Limitations May Conceal Coronavirus Spread In Oregon


Until Saturday morning, Oregon’s number of cases of novel coronavirus had held steady at three. But that didn’t mean the virus had stopped spreading. The Oregon Health Authority announced four new cases Saturday morning, more than doubling the state total.

Oregon limits visitors to long-term care facilities to protect residents from coronavirus

The Oregonian

Oregon officials announced several new emergency policies aimed at protecting residents at long-term care facilities from coronavirus, including limiting and screening visitors, documenting who has visited and reducing residents’ community outings.

A Longtime Portlander Seeks to Ride President Trump’s Coattails Into a Rural Congressional Seat

Willamette Week

On Jan. 13, Jimmy Crumpacker released a video launching his campaign for the Republican nomination in Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District, which encompasses most of the state east of the Cascades.

The matches are set for secretary of state, Oregon legislative races

Oregon Capital Bureau

With a contentious end to the past two legislative sessions over a bill to reduce carbon emissions and longtime political players vying for secretary of state, 2020 is expected to be an exciting year for those tuned into Oregon’s politics.

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What Editorial Boards Are Saying, Plus note from National Committeewoman Chris Barreto

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A lot is riding on the Oregon Legislative Assembly’s moves to curb greenhouse gas emissions. But even with the stakes, cramming the issue into a short session with just two and a half weeks left may not be the right move.

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I don’t usually add a personal note to these “Daily Clips” but I am today.  As some of you know, my husband is a Republican State Representative for HD58.  I want to thank you for the encouraging words he has received, the support for the Walk-Out and for the many prayers. Please continue, the next 6 days are critical. I can only speak for Greg’s district but the East Oregonian newspaper did a poll and 1400 people voted in favor of the People of Oregon voting on this bill and 62 who wanted it passed with SB1530. 

The Democrats are say his job is to be on the floor to vote.  He was elected to represent his district and he is by not allowing this destructive legislation to move forward.

Today the Democrat leadership issued subpoenas to member’s homes.  The caucus members were advised that anyone over 14 years old can be asked to sign for the subpoena.  The very idea that our 16 year old daughter can be harassed with a court order is outrageous! 

The atmosphere at the Capitol has become very toxic with “Courtesies” during the floor session mocking our members and Democrat Representatives taking pictures of staff while they are sitting on the House floor taking notes. This is not only humiliating but also intimidating.  Greg has asked his staff to work from home.  He is working from an undisclosed location out of Oregon, but be assured, every member is still working.

Thank you for your patience.  I’ve attached a news release from President Courtney and Speaker Kotek that shows how desperate they are to force passage of this bill.  

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February 10, 2020 Daily Clips

Recovery efforts begin after flooding ravages eastern Oregon; one woman found dead

The Oregonian

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Cap-and-trade climate bill hearing draws big crowd in Oregon Legislature

The Oregonian

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Oregon governor, Timber Unity reps exchange ideas

Oregon Capital Bureau

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Oregon lawmakers’ frayed relationships on display going into week two of session

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Capital Bureau

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The Oregonian

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US Firearm Suicide Rate Hits Record High, According To Latest CDC Numbers


The United States passed an ominous milestone in 2018 Download the movie graduation. A record 24,432 people died by firearm suicide in 2018, according to data released in January by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Extreme Risk Protection Order Recipient Says Oregon’s Process Lacks Mental Health Expertise


In December, OPB published a story looking at how Oregon’s 2-year-old extreme risk protection order law was being used. The orders, known as ERPOs or red flags, allow law enforcement and family to petition a court to remove someone’s firearms if they are in danger of hurting themselves or others.

Former NORPAC workers could get extended unemployment under Senate bill

Statesman Journal

Laid off former NORPAC workers would receive up to an additional 26 weeks of unemployment benefits under a bill that advanced out of an Oregon Senate committee last week.

Oregon’s Knute Buehler embraces Trump in run for Congress

The Oregonian

In 2018, the Republican party’s candidate for governor of Oregon painted himself as a centrist, criticized President Donald Trump’s environmental stance and said he didn’t want to be linked to divisive national figures.


Editorial: Do away with unfair license suspensions

The Bulletin

You may not generally think of it this way, but an unpaid fine for a traffic ticket can have a huge impact on a person’s life, particularly if you’re poor, or homeless, or live in a rural area or are a person of color.

Editorial: Helt, Zika bill on child care has real promise

The Bulletin

State Reps. Jack Zika, R-Redmond, and Cheri Helt, R-Bend, are asking Oregon lawmakers to approve a measure that should make a dent in the state’s damaging lack of child care. House Bill 4096 may undergo tweaking, to be sure, but the pair’s approach to the problem is both thoughtful and likely to be successful.

Editorial: Committee should ignore proposed bill amendment

The Bulletin

The Oregon Senate’s Committee on General Government and Emergency Preparedness gets down to business in Senate Bill 1506 on Monday when it holds a public hearing on the bill at 8 a.m. in Hearing Room B of the Capitol.

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House Republican Caucus