The year in review: taking a look at Oregon's top stories in 2011
Occupy Portland. Federal investigation of Portland Police Bureau. Rep. David Wu's resignation. Kitzhaber's suspension of the death penalty. Oregon has had its share of big stories in 2011. But what headlines reflect real change and what important stories were underreported or overlooked? This week on Voices from the Edge, Dave takes a look at what was seen as Oregon's top stories of the year.
Jo Ann Hardesty is a former state legislator, former executive director of Oregon Action and past board president of Portland Community Media as well as a long-time leader in the struggle for racial and economic justice. Dave Mazza is a freelance journalist and former editor of The Portland Alliance who has covered and been involved in Portland's civil rights, environmental, labor and peace movements for over 20 years
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