Critics oppose amendments to Iraq Resolution in the Oregon Legislature
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2007
The Oregon Legislature's House Committee on Elections Ethics and Rules heard testimony on a resolution to oppose a surge of troop levels in Iraq. The measure, called H-J-M-9, had several last minute amendments added. Critics say the amendments change the original intent of the bill and opposing the changes.
Portland's representative Chip Shields who is a sponsor of the proposal talked to KBOO reporter Ethan Scarl.
The Oregon Bureau of Land Management is considering the sale of 270 acres of public land to make up a budget shorfall. The shortfall is due to the federal government's decision to cut funding for the Rural Schools Act.
KBOO's Marc de Giere spoke to Katlin Hill, with the American Lands Alliance, a group opposed to the sale of public lands.
In this episode of Meg, International Shopper of Mystery, Meg's assignment is to evaluate customer service at an adult superstore. All events and situations in this episode are based on events that really happened. Every one of them.
Hundreds of students rallied in from of Oregon's state capitol to demand increases in funding for higher education. Govenor Ted Kulongowski addressed cheering crowds to announce his plans for the upcoming bienium budget.