Friday, June 21, 2024

Oregon Supreme Court rules against Republican walk outs

According to a press release from Oregon Senate Republican Caucus spokesperson Ashley Kuenzi,

“The Oregon Supreme Court has officially sided with Democrats on Measure 113, effectively ending the service of 10 Republican senators – one-third of the Oregon Senate.”

“We obviously disagree with the Supreme Court’s ruling. But more importantly, we are deeply disturbed by the chilling impact this decision will have to crush dissent,” said Senate Republican Leader Tim Knopp (R-Bend).

“I’m disappointed but can’t say I’m surprised that a court of judges appointed solely by Governor Brown and Governor Kotek would rule in favor of political rhetoric rather than their own precedent.”

“The only winners in this case are Democrat politicians and their union backers,” said Senator Suzanne Weber (R-Tillamook). “Every legal mind I’ve heard from regardless of political leanings has affirmed that when there is only one interpretation for the plain language of the law, that is final. The language incorporated into the Oregon Constitution was clear and yet the Supreme Court ruled that voter intent, which cannot be determined by any metric, supersedes the Constitution.”

“There is no justice in a political court,” said Senator Daniel Bonham (R-The Dalles).

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Don Williams
Don Williams
Don Williams serves as publisher and editor of The Lincoln City Homepage.


  1. This is stupid they want it so they can mess up our state more than they already have. Look at measure 110 which made us the Is laughing stalk of the nation. Now they want to reverse it we shouldn’t have to anyone with a brain could see what happened was going to happen.


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