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2018 FALL LEGISLATIVE FORUM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrC4c5s7Yxo&feature=youtu.be Candidate Pam Marsh (Democratic Party) has a discussion regarding her campaign with representatives of the Ashland Chamber of Commerce. Hosted by Cindy Bernard and moderated by Sheila Clough. Produced by the Southern Oregon Digital Media Center.

2018 ENDORSEMENTS

Oregon Nurses Association Oregon Education Association AFSCME Oregon League of Conservation Voters NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon PAC Oregon School Employees Association Basic Rights Equality PAC Planned Parenthood PAC ORD2 Indivisible Safety and Justice PAC American Federation of Teachers -- Oregon Teamsters Local 962 MotherPAC Oregon Nurseries PAC Stand for Children Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club Oregon Chiefs of Police Association Oregon Coalition ...

ABOUT PAM

Pam is Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Economic Development and Trade, and also serves on the House Revenue and Energy and Environment committees and the Joint Ways and Means Subcommittee on General Government.   She is a member of the State Broadband Advisory Council and the Oregon Retirement Savings Board (OregonSaves). Pam was appointed by the Ashland City Council to fill a vacant position in December 2012.  Two years later she won a 4-year term, receiving 90% of the votes ...

State is doing what it can to address homelessness

One story after another in the Mail Tribune describes the many ways that homelessness affects all of us — teachers, cops, social workers, park employees, shopkeepers, bus drivers, ODOT workers, newspaper reporters, family members and residents — in heart-rending and often frustrating experiences. The homeless adults that we encounter on sidewalks in in parks are just the tip of the iceberg. The 5 percent of children in our schools who are without stable homes are less visible. It is hard ...

Airbnb, others will pay local lodging taxes

Millions of dollars in lodging taxes from Airbnb and other online travel businesses are not collected each year in cities across Oregon, including tourist-dependent communities in Jackson County. That’s about to change, following the Legislature’s approval of House Bill 4120, which requires the online payment collector to pay transient lodging taxes, used by many cities to promote local tourism. “Cities need the money, and there needs to be equity between the online platforms and ...

Legislative Emails

To receive these emails, please go to www.oregonlegislature.gov/marsh February 22nd, 2017 - Update from the Capitol March 8th, 2017 - Mental Health Care in Jackson County March 23rd, 2017 - Update from the Capitol May 4th, 2017 - Update from the Capitol: Time for Tax Reform May 31st, 2017 - Legislators need to hear from you July 21st, 2017 - End of Session Wrap up August 15th, 2017 - Join me for a Community Conversation December 15th, 2017 - The Season of Gratitude Ja...

No veto expected for pipeline project

 Last year, Gov. Kate Brown vetoed $1.8 million to help build 3.3 miles of underground pipes for the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District to provide more water for fish, farmers and the Agate Reservoir. This year, the governor is expected to sign off on the project. “It is not going to be vetoed,” Rep. Pam Marsh, D-Ashland, said. “Very clearly, she said she had no objections to the project. I’m quite confident we’re going to get the money and do it.” Last year, Brown and ...

Thousands in Medford for Women’s March

A crowd spanning generations and genders filled Medford parks Saturday, joining in a national demonstration of discontent over the country’s — and its leaders’ — direction. For the thousands marching through downtown Medford in the second annual Southern Oregon Women’s March, Lesley Gore’s 1963 hit “You Don’t Own Me” became a rallying cry as the crowd packed Pear Blossom Park and spilled over nearby. https://youtu.be/-chRc08oefQ The park’s lawn was filled close to ...

Marsh urges ‘yes’ vote on Measure 101

In a well-attended Ashland Town Hall Saturday, Rep. Pam Marsh repeatedly urged a “yes” vote on Measure 101 to uphold Oregon’s Medicaid Expansion using assessments on insurers and hospitals — and if it fails January 23, it will throw the short legislative session into chaos, likely with deep cuts and no replacement revenues. Marsh, an Ashland Democrat, said, “That’s the most important thing. Keep Medicaid whole. I can’t emphasize this enough. It’s the crucial ...