May 11, 2012 eClips

  • Hoping for an insurance rebate? In Oregon, you’re likely out of luck
  • Protester arrested after climbing the flagpole outside Oregon’s Capitol
  • Excess winter steelhead are bound for Oregon food banks
  • Americans Elect Qualifies For Oregon Ballot
  • Public Records Access Burdens Local Governments
  • Oregon LCFS Will Weaken the State’s Economy
  • European buyers snap up Oregon shrimp
  • Oregon goes statewide with iPad voting
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    HOPING FOR AN INSURANCE REBATE? IN OREGON, YOU’RE LIKELY OUT OF LUCK

    (Portland Oregonian)Late last month a study predicted that health insurers would pay out about $1.3 billion rebates to more than 15 million customers across the country, in some cases topping $500 per person.
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    PROTESTER ARRESTED AFTER CLIMBING THE FLAGPOLE OUTSIDE OREGON’S CAPITOL

    (Portland Oregonian)Oregon State Police arrested a protestor Thursday morning after he climbed the flagpole outside the state Capitol and hung a banner decrying plans to log a state forest.
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    EXCESS WINTER STEELHEAD ARE BOUND FOR OREGON FOOD BANKS

    (Medford Mail Tribune)-Fillets from about 1,200 fish at Cole Rivers Hatchery will be donated to Oregon’s hungry-

    About 1,200 winter steelhead that Rogue River Basin anglers couldn’t catch for their dinners this past season will instead feed some of Oregon’s hungrier residents in the near future.
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    AMERICANS ELECT QUALIFIES FOR OREGON BALLOT

    (Oregon Public Broadcasting)A new political group will appear on the Oregon presidential ballot this fall.
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    PUBLIC RECORDS ACCESS BURDENS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

    (Oregon Public Broadcasting)The recently completed State Integrity Investigation gave Oregon a failing grade for its policies pertaining to public records.
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    OREGON LCFS WILL WEAKEN THE STATE’S ECONOMY

    (Sacramento Bee)American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers President Charles T. Drevna issued the following statement in response to the state of Oregon’s decision today to move forward with development of a low carbon fuel standard

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    EUROPEAN BUYERS SNAP UP OREGON SHRIMP

    (The World)A small crew of Oregon fishermen and processors stormed the European shrimp market last month at the 20th annual European Seafood Exhibition held in Brussels, and found an enthusiastic welcome.
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    OREGON GOES STATEWIDE WITH IPAD VOTING

    (The Columbian)Oregon is taking its experiment with iPad voting to the whole state.
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