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Civil rights attorneys are paying close attention because the outcome could answer questions about the potential liability the city faces over similar cases

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The King County Council approved legislation that will create a new community-based Stop Hate Hotline and online portal, expanding reporting access to victims of hate crimes.

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Effective October 1, a Landlord will be able to resume use of a 72-hour notice or 144-hour notice when issuing a termination notice for nonpayment of rent.

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Over 100 Northwest USPS Hosting Job Fairs 

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Matthew Prophet (The Skanner Archives) 

The central office will be named after Matthew Prophet, Portland Public School's first Black Superintendent from 1982-1992, who passed away in June

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Rep. Janelle Bynum 

Rep. Bynum invited leaders and experts to discuss ways the state can champion businesses of all sizes, expand broadband, bolster the state’s semiconductor industry, and support state sports

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If I-135 passes it would create a public development authority

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Sen. Ron Wyden 

The awful threat of domestic violence undermines the safety of far too many households and communities in Oregon and nationwide

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New partnership with Charles Drew University College of Medicine, Howard University College of Medicine, Meharry Medical College, and Morehouse School of Medicine Aims to accelerate precision health

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This unprecedented fund will bring at least $1,000 in relief to immigrants who have been on the frontlines of our communities and our economy during the pandemic

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