- The Oregon Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling that the Port of Portland couldn't reject an environmental ad proposed for the Portland Airport based on its political nature. At the center of the case, which dates back to 2013: an anti-logging ad from conservation group Oregon Wild which calls Oregon "Home of the Clearcut."
- A summer camp in Portland is giving girls the chance to use power tools, wire electrical switches and trim trees. Katie Hughes, executive director of Girls Build, talks about the challenges and rewards for females in the building industry.
- Recreational marijuana has been legal in Oregon for two years. How is it impacting tourism? Our guests are Camille Gonzalez, the co-owner of The Potlandia Experience and Greg Newland, chief marketing officer for Travel Portland.
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