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    On January 10th the legislature introduced LC19 – the newest version of HB 2020 Cap and Trade. While many of us are still diving into the details, even with whatever supposed concessions they’ve made for rural Oregon, the bottom line is this Cap and Trade program is just a fancy way to say T.A.X.

      Louisiana voters last week decided to do away with that state's oddball rule that allowed nonunanimous juries to decide criminal felony cases. That leaves just one state in which a jury can convict a defendant of a felony on a 10-2 vote. Can you guess what that state is?

      In this episode, Kelli and Michael Paul are talking with Kristin Szakos. During the time of the rally, and before, Kristin was a member of the Charlottesville City Council. She perhaps the first council member to recommend the removal of the Confederate monuments which she did during her cam…


      Passenger railroads are coping with post-COVID re-opening along with the rest of the travel industry, although, as with most things railroad, a bit more slowly than the other players. Here's what I think we know as of mid-June.

      The City of Lebanon is seeking public feedback on the first overhaul to its storm drain plan in more than three decades, according to an Aug. 4 news release.

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