A bellhop at the Heathman Hotel walks out to greet a customer on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, in downtown Portland, Ore. The Heathman is part of Gordon Sondland's Provenance Hotels chain.

A bellhop at the Heathman Hotel walks out to greet a customer on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, in downtown Portland, Ore. The Heathman is part of Gordon Sondland’s Provenance Hotels chain.

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  • Last week Portland Monthly, in collaboration with ProPublica, reported on the experiences of three women who say Ambassador Gordon Sondland behaved inappropriately towards them. Sondland says the accusations are untrue and politically motivated.

 

  

  • We hear from some young Oregonians about how the impeachment proceedings look through their eyes. Ella Yeigh is a senior at Cleveland High School, Danica Leung is a sophomore at Lincoln High School and Gracie Krahn is a senior at Santiam Christian School.

 

  

  • Last week the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission released the first analysis of who police are pulling over in traffic stops, and why. The data collection was mandated by a new law passed in 2017. Senator Lew Frederick pushed for that law. Ken Sanchagrin is the Research Director at the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission.

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