Ginger McCall will resign as the first Public Records Advocate for Oregon.

Ginger McCall will resign as the first Public Records Advocate for Oregon.

Courtesy of the office of the Secretary of State.

 

  

  • Oregon public records advocate Ginger McCall abruptly announced her resignation Monday. McCall cited irreconcilable differences with Gov. Kate Brown’s staff as her reason for stepping down. We hear from McCall about her decision. 

 

  

 

  

  • Oregon has some ambitious goals for increasing the number of electric vehicles on the road by the end of 2020. And state officials say they want 90% of all vehicles sold in Oregon to be EVs by 2035. We sit down with Jeff Allen, the executive director of Forth, an EV industry group, to talk about how far the state has gotten on its goals and what barriers stand in the way of achieving those goals.

 

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