Good morning, it’s Tuesday, June 17. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Oregon is seeking documents for evidence in a possible lawsuit against Oracle over of the state’s failed Cover Oregon website.
- Supporters of a ballot measure seeking to legalizing recreational marijuana in Oregon have collected enough signatures to qualify for November’s ballot.
- The Klamath County School Board should approve a budget Thursday that includes funding for 16 more teaching positions and new sports programs at all county junior high and middle schools.
- Vancouver is cracking down on fireworks. A new law says fireworks must be used within the city limits and only on the holiday, from 9 a.m. to midnight.
- About 200 men from a Bend-based Oregon Army National Guard Squadron are heading today for training in Texas before heading to Afghanistan in August. Friends and family honored them Monday in a mobilization ceremony.
- Friends of Jarah Graham are raising money for a funeral for the Eugene teen who died in a skateboarding crash June 7. Friends are also trying to raise awareness about the important of wearing helmets while skateboarding.