Visitors to the Oregon State Hospital Junction City campus view a sensory room, with colored lights designed to decrease patient anxiety during a tour of the facility in Junction City, Ore. on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.
- The Register-Guard’s legislative reporter, Saul Hubbard, tells us about the 18-month-old Junction City psychiatric facility that’s on the governor’s chopping block and explains what would happen if it were closed.
- We check in with Lewis & Clark Law School Professor Melissa Powers about a lawsuit brought by 21 young Americans against the Obama administration for failing to address climate change.
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