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Political Coffee 6-16-2021

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    Political Coffee 6-16-2021 Jeff Kropf

Will the legislature ban face to face meetings between residential buyers and sellers next after passing a bill prohibiting ‘love letters’? What business is it of government to stop freedom of speech in such cases? Every House R voted in favor when only two Senate R’s voted for it.

Here’s the voting data:

The Oregonian asks if expelled Rep Nearman could be appointed to his old seat: they are trying to prevent it obviously.


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Political Coffee 6-15-2021

Should Mike Nearman run for his old seat in the House? If he did and was chosen by the county commissioners, what message would that send to all his Republican House members that voted to expel him? Make a donation to help Mike pay his legal bills: Bill passes legislature that hides  booking mugshots: shouldn’t t we see those who get arrested for committing crimes? Speaker Kotek’s legislative […]

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