Author Ursula LeGuin speaks at Wordstock in 2015.

Author Ursula LeGuin speaks at Wordstock in 2015.

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  • OPB reporter Lauren Dake fills us in on what the special election results for Oregon Measure 101 mean for the state.
  • Oregon author and luminary Ursula K. Le Guin passed away Tuesday at 88. Her close friend, author Molly Gloss, remembers Le Guin’s life and her legacy.
  • Multiple school districts in Oregon’s Washington County are now considering policies to provide contraceptive services at school-based health centers. We hear from Lacey Beaty, the program director of school-based health centers for Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center. We also speak with Jill Zurschmeide, the school board chair for the Tigard-Tualatin School District, one of the districts considering such a change.

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