- We talk with the University of Oregon's Title IX Coordinator Darci Heroy about the changes the campus has made to the process of reporting discrimination, sexual harassment and gender-based violence. UO has just sent out a student survey to inform the administration on how it can better respond to and support students. And we get a preview from Jackie Sandmeyer with TIX Education Specialists about the federal rule changes the Trump administration is expected to release within the next few months.
- Last April, the Portland Bureau of Transportation lowered speed limits on residential streets to 20 miles per hour. The reduced speed limits were part of the city's Vision Zero campaign to eliminate deaths in traffic crashes. We talk with PBOT spokesman Dylan Rivera about the impact the lowered speed limits have had in the last year.
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