- Two bills in the Oregon Legislature attempt to limit oil spills from trains running through the Columbia River Gorge. EarthFix reporter Tony Schick tells us more.
- Some Oregon lawmakers say pseudoephedrine should no longer be a Schedule III drug, requiring a prescription to obtain, but others argue that restricting access to to the decongestant is important because it's a main ingredient in homemade methamphetamine. We hear from Rep. Bill Post, R-Keizer, and legal counsel for the Association of Oregon Counties Rob Bovett.
- Oregon-based photographer Matt Witt joins us to talk about his personal opposition to Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch, based on his parents' different end-of-life experiences.
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