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Unsure how to fill out your ballots? We'll break down the various ballot measures for you today. Also, a one-on-one interview with gubernatorial candidate Bud Pierce.
Opening Statements In Trial | Soccer Playoffs | Rising Portland Traffic Deaths | Public Financing For Portland ElectionsSept. 12, 2016 11:45 p.m.
We find out why traffic deaths are rising in Portland despite efforts to reverse the trend, and we learn more about a new proposed system of publicly financed elections in the city.
News | local | NW Life | Think Out LoudAug. 31, 2016 5 p.m.
A new series in The Oregonian explores groundwater issues in eastern Oregon; a student wellness director from Blue Mountain Community College addresses the high rate of suicide in Kenya; and Benton County takes up the issue of ranked choice voting.
We'll wrap up the final night of the DNC, and the news of the week. We'll also learn about racist incidents in Ashland that have led the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to write an open letter to the community.
Speaker of the Oregon House Tina Kotek spoke at the Democratic National Convention Monday night. Think Out Loud caught up with her before the speech.
We check in on how Harney County elections are being affected by the armed occupation there earlier this year. Then we talk with regional newspaper editors who defend their endorsements in Oregon’s May 17 primary election. We round out the hour by hearing directly from voters about who they're voting for.
We delve into intricate rules governing Democratic and Republican National Conventions, religion in America with the host of 'On Being,' and what's happening in coastal Clatsop County.
This week, Think Out Loud is coming to you live from the NPR studios in Washington, D.C. On today's show, we analyze primary election results, delve into the President's Supreme Court nominee, and talk to U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley.
On Tuesday, four new members were elected to the nine-person board of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
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Trump is governing the way he campaigned — moving from "chaos candidate" to "chaos president." It might be possible to stabilize things, but Trump doesn't seem to want that.
Oregon lawmakers who are trying to decide whether to seek re-election would have to make up their minds sooner under a measure introduced Thursday.
An American Indian tribe in northwestern Washington is suing the federal government, saying it has wrongfully been denied nearly $14 million in a flap over its efforts to kick out almost 300 members.
Investigators are still determining a motive behind the calls. The communications were swept up as U.S. agencies targeted known Russian operatives.
Oregon lawmakers are considering making lobbyists provide more information about the bills they're pushing.
This week, the White House incorrectly claimed the country's murder rate was at a high, brought up a non-existent Atlanta terrorist attack and again made false claims of widespread voter fraud.
Since the divisive November national elections, Oregon lawmakers and its congressional delegation are seeing unprecedented public participation in the political process, and are hoping the public can help chart a course out of the state's budget crisis.
About three-quarters of Oregon's education seats go uncontested or unfilled each round of elections.
News | Environment | localFeb. 3, 2017 4:30 p.m.
A bill in a committee of the Washington House of Representatives would exempt some personal information relating to the state's wolf management efforts.