Mike Nearman became the first state legislator to be expelled in Oregon’s 162 years of statehood for his part in aiding anti-lockdown proteste…
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(The Center Square) — Last month, the Oregon Legislature became the home of the first legislative staff union in the nation. That union is now poised to see its first court challenge.
(The Center Square) – The Texas Public Policy Foundation and America First Policy Institute have sued the U.S. Small Business Administration, alleging a provision in the America Rescue Act requires the SBA to prioritize businesses owned by women and minorities to receive nearly $30 billion in COVID-19-designated relief money above other applicants.
(The Center Square) – The zero hour is near on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s orders to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac.
SALEM — State Rep. Mike Nearman was not on hand on Tuesday, May 11, as he was arraigned for two misdemeanors in connection with allowing armed demonstrators into the state Capitol last year.
(The Center Square) – A federal judge Wednesday vacated a national moratorium on evictions imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, following a trend of rulings issued by other federal judges in other states.
(The Center Square) – A GOP Oregon lawmaker is facing criminal charges for his documented role in the Dec. 21 invasion of the state capitol in Salem.
(The Center Square) – A Friday ruling from the Oregon Supreme Court handed a win to state lawmakers who want to wait on redrawing Oregon's political map.