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Oregon Considered

12/26/2006 - Oregon Reconsidered

December 26, 2006

Every year about this time, we look back at the events and issues that shaped Oregon and the Northwest.

Today, we're looking at our own coverage and singling some stories out for "reconsideration."

We hope the pieces you hear leave an impression about the diversity of stories you might have heard on Oregon Considered throughout the year.

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On this special year-end edition of Oregon Considered, Colin Fogarty brings us the voices of voters as they drop off ballots before the May primary.

Then, Ley Garnett takes us to "Eyes Wide Open," an anti-war exhibit that features a collection of military boots, civilian shoes, and peace flags, designed to show the effect of the Iraq war on Oregon.

And we'll hear satire from Faces for Radio Theatre, a tongue-in-cheek look at what some of the earliest immigration debates might have sounded like.

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