Dee Lane is an editor with The Oregonian's Enterprise team. She oversees state government and political coverage.
The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Dee Lane
"Things like … having Friday classes have been shown to be very effective on college campuses" in reducing drinking.
Says every day of a special session costs taxpayers $40,000.
Half of Oregon university students are on Pell Grants.
Says Oregon’s high minimum wage is the reason why "by 2011, Oregon's restaurants employed an average of only 13.8 workers, or 2.6 fewer employees than they did before the state's minimum wage began rising above the federal level in 1997."
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