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Summertime and session wrap up

The 2021 Long Session of the Legislature was the most expensive in Oregon history, approaching $30 Billion in basic spending. And that was all done behind a closed door of the Capital.

Politics being played with your money

You know best how to spend your money, not Portland politicians that just can't help but to keep every dollar they possibly can. It is extremely disappointing.

Tax Day Forces Oregonians to Cough Up Part of Their Stimulus Checks

This year, money that was meant to give people relief during the depths of the pandemic will now end up in the hands of Democrats who control the government.

The hits just keep on coming

One thing for sure, it is not boring in Salem. There has been so much going on with bills, ARPA funds, county funds, city funds, budgets from every Oregon state department and group.

Restaurant Revitalization Fund

We are dedicating this newsletter to the restaurant revitalization fund details for all the bars, restaurants, bakeries, brewpubs, and food trucks up and down the coast.

Spring break comes to the coast

It has been over a year since we started down this COVID world. It amazes me how long this year feels and how fast it has gone by - at the same time.

Oregonians deserve to keep stimulus money

The last thing we should be doing is adding to this uncertainty by allowing the state to tax the federal stimulus checks that many Oregonians received last year.

Sen. Anderson introduces bill to return taxed stimulus funds

Oregon State Senator Dick Anderson introduced a bill Wednesday designed to send stimulus money back to Oregonians after it has been taxed by the state.

Senator Anderson asks Gov. Brown for clarity on indoor dining

Newly minted Oregon State Republican Senator Dick Anderson spoke before the legislature Tuesday, asking Governor Kate Brown for clarity on what metrics counties need to get restaurants and like businesses open.

Lincoln City to deliberate process for selecting new mayor

The Lincoln City Council will hold a special meeting Monday, Dec. 21, to discuss appointing a new mayor or if a special election should put it in voter's hands after the resignation of Dick Anderson.

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