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Every day, I’m reminded just how special Oregon is.

We’re pioneers. We’re innovators. We’re fiercely independent. We treasure our natural resources. We protect individual freedoms. We believe in lending a helping hand and giving second chances.

As a 4th generation Oregonian, this state has made me who I am— and I’m honored to be a progressive voice for my neighbors in Portland and lead the House Democrats as the Majority Leader. Together, we can build a better future for our state.

Side by side with my fellow Democrats, I’m fighting hard for a vibrant economy built on family wage jobs, standing up for a strong public education system from early childhood through college, pushing to continue our state’s groundbreaking work to protect the environment, and leading the fight to protect every woman’s right to choose and safeguard the hard-won equal treatment of LGBT Oregonians.

With your ideas and energy, we’re making real progress for all Oregonians. Together, we can make sure our state has a bright future.

Warm Regards,

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Across the United States, our criminal justice system is in crisis. Here in Oregon, we are investing ever more money into locking people up instead of things like our public schools and infrastructure. It was a pleasure to hear from Piper Kerman, the author of the book (and TV show) Orange Is the New Black, today. We owe it to future generations to continue tackling this challenge. ... See MoreSee Less

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Don't forget, I'll be hosting a town hall this Saturday, April 29 with Rep. Margaret Doherty and Rep. Ann Lininger at the Multnomah Arts Center. Stop by to learn more about the work happening at your capitol and let us know about your priorities. ... See MoreSee Less

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Earlier this week, I carried House Bill 2621 which is an important step in ensuring victims of violent crime who do not have insurance or other means of support are not further victimized by the financial burden they face. The bill passed unanimously. ... See MoreSee Less

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Join on Saturday, April 29 from 10-11 a.m. at the Multnomah Arts Center - Portland Parks & Recreation for a town hall including Rep. Margaret Doherty. Get an update on what's happening in your capitol and talk about the issues that you care about. ... See MoreSee Less

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