Oregon State Police Union's 'Invoice' Is Not A 'Bill'—Really?

jeff leighty

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The latest Rogue of the Week, the Oregon State Police Officers' Association, earned its place by employing some fundraising tactics WW deemed "at best misleading and, at worst, bullying." OSPOA, the union representing state troopers, hires a private company, Jadent, Inc., to run the fundraising campaigns. Jadent in turn hired a subcontractor, Public Reply Center, Inc. of Southeast Portland, to handle ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 COREY PEIN

Rogue Of The Week: “50s Bikeway” Haters

Seeing problems where there aren’t any.


Rogue of the Week
About 150 Portlanders filled a gym last week in the Woodstock neighborhood to hear city officials pitch a new 4 1/2-mile bike route going through the neighborhood. The Rogue Desk notes the locatio   More
 
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 WW Editorial Staff

NYT Splashes Big Ink on Recent Rogue of the Week


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A couple of weeks ago, WW chose Michael Ruppert —an author and conspiracy theorist whose topic interests include "peak oil" and who really caused 911— Rogue of the Week. That honor stemmed from an Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries finding against Ruppert's company for Ruppert's alleged harrassment of a young female employee while he was living and working in Ashland. Ruppert's ...   More
 
Friday, November 6, 2009 NIGEL JAQUISS

ROGUE OF THE WEEK: WashCo Defense Lawyers Hold Courthouse Protest


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A source in the Washington County legal community tells WW several defense lawyers are planning a silent protest in court this morning based on our Rogue of the Week. The lawyers plan to hold copies of the current issue of WW during the weekly case assignment session in Washington County Circuit Judge Thomas Kohl's courtroom. The meeting lasts about two hours, and at least one representative ...   More
 
Friday, November 13, 2009 JAMES PITKIN

ROGUE OF THE WEEK: More from Kate Brown (and Ginny Burdick) on the Washington County DA's Office


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Our current Rogue of the Week, the Washington County District Attorney's Office, drew ire from two prominent Oregon politicos over the decision to charge a teenage driver with felony domestic violence. One of the beauties of the web is it's not bound by space. So we're expanding here with additional quotes and context. In interviews with WW, Secretary of State Kate Brown and state Sen. Ginny ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 11, 2009 JAMES PITKIN

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