PacificSource is proposing to increase rates 5.56% on average, affecting 35,224 Oregonians enrolled in small business plans. If approved, this rate increase will have wide ranging impacts. Most enrollees will see increases of between 6% and 10%. Some will see increases of up to 11.2%. Over 27% will see increases of between 8% and 14%.
This report is OSPIRG Foundation’s third annual ranking of states’ progress toward “Transparency 2.0” – a new standard of comprehensive, one-stop, one-click budget accountability and accessibility. The past year has seen continued progress, with new states providing online access to government spending information and several states pioneering new tools to further expand citizens’ access to spending information and engagement with government.
One hundred and sixty Ashland residents marched in unison March 4th protesting corporate greed and money in politics. Speakers included Congressional candidate Joyce Segers, Justin Silva from OSPIRG, Emery Way and Evan Lasley from Occupy Ashland, and David Cobb from Move To Amend.
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