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The NAACP says in providing future relief, Congress must prioritize people first, not corporationsREAD MORE
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law says the new bill puts the interests of corporations above the burdens faced by the nation’s most vulnerable communitiesREAD MORE
The letters list several examples of price gouging including a Craigslist ad selling a bottle of hand sanitizer for $250READ MORE
Staff and infrastructure to be repurposed for COVID-19 response effortsREAD MORE
Lawmakers specifically request at least $2 billion for schools and libraries to provide Wi-Fi hotspots or other devices to students without adequate connectivity at their homeREAD MORE
The new executive rule imposes a moratorium on residential evictions in Multnomah County on the basis of nonpayment of rent due to wage loss resulting from COVID-19READ MORE
Governor Kate Brown today announced an executive order directing Oregon's higher education institutions to move their curriculum to online learningREAD MORE