Twenty minutes of video excerpts from a lively discussion with Oregon Senator Michael Dembrow and Oregon Business Council VP Jeremy Rogers about the critical issues facing Oregon’s budget in years ahead.
See “Highlights” from our March 2017 Gun Safety program: short clips of experts’ talks on Oregon gun violence data, 2nd Amendment rights, responsible gun ownership, and proposed safety laws.
Highlights videos are supported by the Multnomah Bar Foundation and MetroEast Community Media.
Relax, socialize and learn about the League!
Tuesday, October 24, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Lucky Lab, 1700 N Killingsworth.
Party room to the left of the main entrance.
- Bring your energy, enthusiasm and questions as you hear where the League is focused right now.
- Talk with members new and old about local issues, your concerns, yourself!
- Learn how to engage with the action agenda, help design civic education programs, register voters, spread League news on social media, and support our office according to your interests, skills, and free time.
- Enjoy food and drinks available for purchase.
Easy public transportation via yellow MAX line or Bus 72 to Interstate/Killingsworth stop; plenty of on-street parking
The League is rising to the challenge
of “making a more perfect democracy.”
A “Highlights” video with short excerpts from this program coming soon.
Senate Republicans introduced yet another health care bill on September 13 in a final effort to repeal Obamacare by using a special budget procedure to advance the legislation with a simple majority by the end of September. League of Women Voters of the U.S. president Chris Carson issued the following statement:
“This last-ditch effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act is more of the same: cuts to Medicare and the loss of health coverage for millions of Americans.
“Senators are, once again, trying to rush through irresponsible legislation before the window closes this month…
“The Affordable Care Act is not a perfect law but it has provided health care to millions of Americans who previously went without coverage.
“It is high time Congress stopped trying to repeal Obamacare and started focusing on ways to improve the law.”