Money changes everything in politics

The Oregon Legislature is in session in Salem and we’ve learned that, due to members who practice sexual harassment, Oregon’s taxpayers must satisfy the grievances of those so harassed by $1.3 million. Not to be outdone, apparently, we now learn further that those days when then-Governor Tom McCall hailed Oregon’s ability to improve the quality of air and water are now near done and dead.

It has been discovered that several . . .

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