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Evening News on 07/25/14

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Construction of a Casino Effecting Salmon: The Inside Update

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Tue, 03/11/2008

The Friends of The Columbia Gorge weighed in on the Warm Springs Tribes’ plan for a Casino resort in Cascade Locks today.They are opposed to it and would support instead an on-reservation solution as an alternative.They’re  basing their stance on the harm the planned casino would do to Salmon populations in the Lower Columbia and Snake Rivers.It took a trip to federal court to get access to the memo withheld by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.The memo to the  BIA from the National Marine Fisheries Service stated the proposed casino would cause further harm to six Columbia and Snake river species of  Salmon that are already endangered or threatened. The Bureau of Indian Affairs released an assessment stated that only Lower Columbia River steelhead and Coho Salmon would be harmed.

 

Plans to Clearcut Trees near Salem: The Update

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Tue, 03/11/2008

 

Environmental groups are concerned about Bureau of Land Management plans to clearcut  two sites near Salem. This audio comes from reporter Crystal Leighty.

Civil Liberties Watch: The SF 8(Black Panthers-1971)

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 Linda Olson-Osterlund with Civil Liberties Watch reports on Torture and The San Francisco Eight a group former Black Panther facing charges from a Police killing in 1971

 

 

Police Accountability in the Fouad Kaady Tragedy

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Sun, 03/09/2008

In Part 2 of ‘The Killing of Fouad Kaady, KBOO reporter Don Wolfe continues his examination of the cover up by police and the media.The case of Fouad Kaady has been described by  the civil rights leaders as Oregon’s most horrific police shooting. Kaady was a burn victim who was tasered, then shot by Sandy police.Information has recently surfaced about the 2007 arrest of one of the officers involved in the killing.That information raises new questions about the 2006 acquittal of the officers by a Clackamas County Grand J In Part 3 of this ongoing series, KBOO will explore the Grand Jury process and an ongoing effort to have the officers responsible prosecuted under federal civil rights laws by the Justice Department

 

Montreal Women's Collective Speaks on International Women's Day

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 

In honor of International Women's Day this past weekend, a Montreal-based women's collective held a conference to call for a new wave of feminism. KBOO's Megan Planchon has more:

 

 

Antonia Juhasz: on Direct Action and Creative Protest

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Wed, 03/05/2008

 

Over the last several days, the Backbone Campaign has been conducting marches, trainings and workshops in downtown Portland.Their aim is to demand accountability from elected leaders to follow the will of the people to end the war in Iraq.The methods used by the campaign involve direct action and creative protest. Antonia Juhasz, the author of "The Bush Agenda: Invading the World One Economy at a Time", spoke at one of the events.    

Antonia Juhasz with the Backbone campaign, spoke earlier this week in downtown Portland.The group has completed the Portland leg of their trip, but continue to tour around the country urging the democrats in Congress to QUOTE, "Get a backbone".

More information can be found on the group's website at www-dot-backbonecampaign-dot-org.

Briana Waters Case at Uof W Goes to Trial

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Thu, 02/28/2008

Today, the three- week trial of Briana Waters was sent to the jury.

 The  Evergreen College graduate was charged with participating in the  Earth Liberation Front Arson of the University of Washington Urban Horticulture Center .

Reporter Linda Olson-Osterlund has the story.

 

Democracy Reform Report on Bill Sizemore

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Thu, 02/28/2008

 

Democracy Reform Oregon released a report this week detailing the political and financial history of state initiative signature gatherer and former gubernatorial candidate Bill Sizemore.

The report, which begins with 1994’s Measure 5, Sizemore’s first attempt at a constitutional amendment, is a cumulative record of the activist’s financial backers and his own misleading and unethical attempts to subvert the state constitution through the initiative process.

As part of the lobbying group Oregon Taxpayers United, Sizemore has managed to place 13 ballot measures on the election ballot through the state’s signature gathering initiative process.

Nine of those 13 were defeated by the voters and 4 won, however, two of the winning measures have been overturned as unconstitutional by Oregon courts.

While at times viewed as successfully speaking for the “little guy” through his initiative process, Sizemore ultimately was found guilty of racketeering in 2002 for creating a fake charity to use for his own personal gain. Details of signature forgery and tax evasion were also presented during the trial.

The 98 page document provides a very detailed account of not only Sizemore’s history, but those of his benefactors- including Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform- and how his initiatives have effected the state through the last 15 years.

Although Sizemore has been marginalized by many in the conservative sphere he is still active in state politics.

While questions still remain about Sizemore’s tactics, Janice Thompson, executive director of Democracy Reform Oregon, says in the report that, “compiling a record of Sizemore’s political activities since 1993 seems timely as he re-emerges as a key player in Oregon politics who may qualify as many as six measures to the November 2008 ballot.”   

 

1 out of 100 Americans Are Incarcerated

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Wed, 02/27/2008

A new study examining the social and financial costs of prison policy says the United States has passed a grim milestone: one out of every one hundred Americans is now incarcerated.Oregon spends a higher percentage of its budget on prisons than any other state. KBOO's Christian Danielsen has more.

New Management In Southwest Portland Increases Evictions

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Wed, 02/27/2008

 

 

Tenants of Park Terrace Apartments on SW Park Avenue in Portland have faced steep rent increases, evictions and firings since Morris and Stevens took over as the management company.

KBOO's Jenka Soderberg spoke with Bruce Charles, who worked as the building's maintenance man for fifteen years, and was summarily fired and evicted by the new management

 

 

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