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Oregon concealed gun applications include "home phone numbers, home address, Social Security numbers, what kinds of guns you have in the house … whether you were dishonorably discharged from the military, what controlled substances you are taking and were you ever accused of -- accused, mind you -- of stalking."
Says "for the equivalent cost of a single mile of freeway, we have a bike infrastructure."
Tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve would immediately lower gasoline prices
"Twelve percent of the garbage collected in those SOLV cleanups, by volume, is plastic bags."
Oregon families pay an extra $1,400 a year on higher insurance premiums to cover those who do not have insurance.
Says his state budget will "provide an increase in state funding
for the 2011-12 school year."
The Republican Party raffled off an AR-15 assault rifle at the 2010 Oregon State Fair.
A test last month at the MAX station at 162nd Avenue and East Burnside saw crime down 41 percent compared with December 2009
TriMet is "spending 4.2 million in fed funds to save $168K per year."
Mt. Hood Community College is No. 1 on average and top faculty pay and benefits.
"No family earns too much to qualify" for Oregon Healthy Kids program.
Oregon’s budget has grown by 49 percent in just four years.
Says Oregon ranks 43rd in education.
"Twice as much (federal) money is going back to Hawaii, Virginia and Alaska than is coming home to Oregon."
Says with the ongoing economic downturn, child abuse is on the rise.
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