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The Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review citizen panel has completed their review of Ballot Measure 97, the corporate gross receipts tax. Click here for the final statement of Key Findings and Pro and Con arguments to be published in the official Oregon Voters’ Pamphlet distributed by the Secretary of State’s office.
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The Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review citizen panel has completed their review of Ballot Measure 97, the corporate gross receipts tax. Click here for the final statement of Key Findings and … more »
By Jake Foose, 2016 Nevins Fellow
I’ve spent an amazing few months in Oregon preparing for the 2016 Citizens’ Initiative Reviews and pilots, but I’m not originally from here. I … more »
July 15, 2016
Robin Teater, Healthy Democracy, 503-841-6865, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Giles, Citizens’ Initiative Review Commission. 503-725-5248, email@example.com
Oregon’s Citizens’ Initiative Review to Make Recommendations on Measure 97 (Initiative … more »