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The Joint Committee on Ways and Means on Friday will hold the first of seven town halls to solicit opinions from around the state on the 2017-19 state budget.

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The House and Senate Revenue Committees began their work in earnest this week with presentations from the Department of Revenue and public hearings on the various issues surrounding apportionment of corporate sales.

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The Joint Committee on Transportation Preservation and Modernization used its first two meetings of the 2017 Legislative Session to form four subcommittees and agree to rules and principles that will guide its effort to create a transportation package that can attract broad support inside and outside the Capitol.

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The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries' (BOLI) recent decision to change decades-old procedures for determining overtime is attracting national attention, as are efforts by Associated Oregon Industries (AOI) to repair the damage of BOLI's change.

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Associated Oregon Industries (AOI) and Oregon Business Association (OBA) policy managers will work throughout the Legislative Session to represent the interests of Oregon employers.

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The 2017 Legislative Session started Wednesday. Routine business dominates the first week, but Legislators soon will move on to difficult tasks such as closing a $1.8 billion budget hole and crafting a transportation package.

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Associated Oregon Industries (AOI) policy managers will work throughout the Legislative Session to represent the interests of Oregon employers.

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Polls show that an overwhelming majority of Oregonians think the state's public schools should improve career and technical education and increase graduation rates.

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In stark contrast to the Governor's Recommended Budget, which was built on an assumption of $900 million in new and increased taxes, the Legislature's chief budget writers unveiled their budget proposal to the general public late last week.

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The Oregon Legislature released the Joint Ways and Means Committee Co-Chairs' Budget proposal Thursday, and Legislators took a different approach from the one Governor Kate Brown took in her budget proposal.

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