Oregon Leads National Lawsuit Against "Gag Rule"

21 states are fighting the ruling that would change Title X funding
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced they are leading a national lawsuit against a ruling that would directly effect funding for Title X.

Family Separation Policy: Oregon Leaders React to Changes

The Source speaks with Sen. Merkley following his visit to a children's detention center
The White House has walked back on its policy that saw thousands of children separated from their parents at the U.S. border—a policy enacted by the same presidential administration this April. With that policy, Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have said children would be separated from their parents when they cross the border "illegally,"—though according to a report from NBC News, some women have been separated from their kids even when claiming asylum. 

US Treaty with Native Americans put to test in Supreme Court salmon case

A nearly two-decades-long legal battle over road culverts which impede salmon migration reaches the Supreme Court on Wednesday, in a case which tests historic treaties signed between the United States and Native American tribes.

The Trump Administration, Slanted Science and the Environment

4 essential reads before the March for Science this Saturday
By The Conversation. March for Science in Portland, Oregon, April 22, 2017.

Wyden presses NRA to divulge foreign donations and how they were spent

WASHINGTON - A senior Democratic senator said Tuesday the National Rifle Association has dodged some of his questions about its possible receipt of Russian money in advance of the 2016 election and demanded more information about the group's foreign donations. ... and demanded more information about the group's foreign donations.

Portland teacher placed on leave after leading student walkout

A teacher in Oregon has been placed on leave after leading students in an unauthorized walkout in honor of a black teenager that was killed by a Portland police officer last year. Ockley Green Middle ....repubhubembed{display:none;}

How to brew the perfect espresso with chemistry

University of Oregon scientists create the 'God Shot'
Credit: Pixabay. Scientists at the University of Oregon have studied every single variable they could think of in order to achieve the ultimate, reproducibly delicious espresso.

In Congress, both parties agree on one public lands bill

A bill allowing public land sales for conservation inches towards passage.
At a time of extraordinary political division, it’s rare that a public lands bill gets sweeping bipartisan support. Fights over how to manage public lands rage in today’s West, from disputes over national monument boundaries to whether states should have control over federal lands.


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