6/7/2006 - Reconciling Republicanism And Art
June 07, 2006
Former Portland attorney Gary Cole saw no contradiction between his dual interests in arts and Republican Party politics.
But the co-founder of small theater in Portland found out the hard way: Sometimes art and politics don't mix.
Now as Colin Fogarty reports, Cole has written a memoir called Artless: The Odyssey of a Republican Cultural Creative.
Also on Wednesday's Oregon Considered
Communities Near Weapons Depot Practice Contamination Drills
Blazers And Rose Garden Up For Bids
Unions Want Prevailing Wages, Healthcare For Workers
Oregon Pharmacy Board Adopts New Ethics Stance - an interview with executive director Gary Schnabel.
Pharmacy Board Adopts New Ethics Stance
The Oregon Board of Pharmacy adopted a clarification today on what should happen when a pharmacist refuses to fill a patient's prescription on moral or religious grounds. Gary Schnabel is the executive director of the Oregon Board of Pharmacy. He says the board met with women's groups, including NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon and Planned Parenthood to clarify language the panel adopted last summer. Schnabel also says the new language the board approved today also makes it clear that a patient can demand the prescription back from a pharmacist if that pharmacist chooses not to fill it.
Allison Frost spoke with Schnabel by telephone from Bend earlier today.
Click here to listen to the interview. (mp3, about 2:30)