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| March 14, 2014 | OLCV



United States Senate - Jeff Merkley

Commissioner Bueau of Labor and Industries - Brad Avakian

Yes on Measure 92


Oregon Senate

Senate District 4 - Floyd...

The Oregonian | February 5, 2014 | Derek Richardson
LCV Action Fund press release | November 25, 2013 | League of Conservation Voters

 LCV Action Fund Endorses Senator Merkley for Re-Election

WASHINGTON, DC— The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, today announced their endorsement of Jeff...

| October 2, 2013 | Andrew Hogan

This afternoon, both the Oregon House and Senate passed SB863, which bars local governments from regulating GMOs. SB 863 passed the House 32-22, and the Senate 17-12. For more information on the bill and how votes were cast,...

| September 23, 2013

GMOs have no place in a discussion on PERS/Revenue reform. Yet some Republican legislators demanded a bill that bars local governments from regulating GMOs be included in the September 30 special legislative session in exchange for their support on unrelated...

| April 29, 2013

HB 3492 would add air toxins to an existing program designed to reduce hazardous waste from industrial sources. 

Oregon needs to...

OregonLive.com | April 17, 2013 | Yuxing Zheng

Yesterday the Oregon Senate voted to expand energy efficiency standards for battery chargers, TVs, plumbing fixtures, and a few other products. The passage of this bill moves one of the Oregon Conservation Network's Prioritys for a Healthy Oregon one step closer to becoming law.


Yuxing Zheng, Oregonlive.com | March 12, 2013

OregonLive is covering one of the Oregon Conservation Network's 2013 Priorities for a Health Oregon.

This priority is all about savings. The Bill, SB 692, will put Oregon in line with efficiency standards of the other west coast states for televisions, battery chargers, and plumbing...

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