Episodes: September, 2009
September 30, 2009
What's the latest in the real estate market in Oregon and Southwest Washington?
September 29, 2009
What should Oregon's public higher education system look like in the future?
September 28, 2009
Following our discussion about "good girls" we turn the table on boys.
September 25, 2009
How would the tax referrals expected in January affect you if they pass? What if they fail?
September 24, 2009
Our special series on homelessness, No Place to Call Home, begins with an exploration of homeless families.
September 23, 2009
How will budget cuts to prison systems in Oregon and Washington affect prisoners and Northwest communities?
September 22, 2009
How do you raise a confident and courageous girl in 2009?
September 21, 2009
How do people get by when their unemployment insurance runs out and there are no jobs to be found?
September 18, 2009
How are we selling Portland and Oregon to the world — and what are they buying?
September 17, 2009
Journalist turned novelist Naseem Rahka takes on murder, retribution, and forgiveness.
September 16, 2009
What's the best way to save imperiled salmon in the Columbia River Basin?
September 15, 2009
What part of participating in a democracy should be anonymous?
September 11, 2009
What do you want to ask Bill McKibben?
September 10, 2009
How would President Obama's proposed health care overhaul affect you?
September 9, 2009
What is the best way to reduce racial profiling?
September 8, 2009
What's the best way to ensure quality education for all high school students in a school district?
September 7, 2009
What can we learn, and how may we be united, by these hard times?
September 4, 2009
Should cities expand their use of red light cameras?
September 3, 2009
When is the time and expense of a recall campaign is justified to address grievances with public officials?
September 2, 2009
What happens when a forest is owned by an investment company?
September 1, 2009
Should people be able to make genetic alternations for generations to come?