"Oregonians for Immigration Reform
The SPLC categorizes this group, based in McMinnville, as a “General Hate Group,” ones that espouse “a variety of hateful doctrines” ranging from anti-immigration to Holocaust denial."

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) declared today that the white-supremacy movement continues to expand in the U.S. -- as does violence by white-nationalist groups.|By Doug Perry

Add this to a list of issues with Washington LE and then the fact they are having a hard time hiring enough deputies... It's a hot mess

“Federal jury awards $7 million to Portland man shot at home in 2012 by Washington County SWAT officers serving search warrant to neighboring apartment (by @maxoregonian)”
Stop Police Profiling Rally in Beaverton
Stop police profiling rally in Beaverton.
Now going over ACLU Freedom Cities 9 points plan. #Beaverton #Sanctuary #FreedomCities

Warming shelter info for tonight.

“Washington County warming shelter locations, including two in our city. English and Spanish versions in the photos.”

If you are looking for a #WashCo activist to start following, look for @azucena_jav! She relentless! She's been traveling to DC, meeting with legislators and fighting for #Dreamers

“Oregon is proud of YOU and we are with you in this fight! Thank you for being a passionate advocate for #Dreamers everywhere.

Help shape the future of downtown Beaverton

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Beaverton City Government

ICYMI: Take part in one or both of the hands-on Downtown Design Workshops. Design Workshop 1 is from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, February 22 at The Beaverton Building... (Council Chambers) and Design Workshop 2 is from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 24 at Beaverton City Library Main Room A.
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Today was tough for me emotionally, but I was proud to stand and support House Bill 4145. I shared my family's personal story on why this bill is needed. This i...mportant gun violence prevention legislation provides critical safety measures for survivors of domestic violence and stalking.

Thank you Governor Kate Brown, Rep Jeff Barker and Rep Jennifer Williamson​ for your leadership on this issue. This bill will certainly save lives.

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Rep. Janeen Sollman speaks on House Bill 4145 on the floor of the Oregon House of Representatives on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. The legislation closes the stal...

A BSD parent brought this to our attention. They hope that at the next School Board mtg (Feb 26th) our community turns out and asks questions. Check out the thread below on the BSD FB page...

A committee said schools should keep "Stick" on school shelves, but the deputy superintendent disagreed.|By Lizzy Acker

Happening Tuesday!

“Washington County’s Sustainability Program is hosting a panel discussion on February 20 exploring how public-private partnerships & programs promote social justice in our community. All are welcome! #worlddayofsocialjustice”

Have you subscribed to this list yet? Well worth it! In Justice Today is a publication of Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project. We monitor the news in the Pacific Northwest, and talk to local journalists and advocates, so we can share the most important stories with you. We also publish a newsletter of national justice system news every weekday.

Pacific Northwest Edition Curated by  Crystal Maloney (@PDXLawGrrrl) Rebecca McCray (@rebeccakmccray)In Justice Today is a publication of Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project. We monitor the news in the Pacific Northwest, and talk to local journalists and advocates, so we can share the ...

Trimet is considering expanding lines 20 and the 57 to have 24 hour service and to have 24 hour service to the airport!

You can go to their open house Thursday, February 15, 5–7 p.m.
Legacy Emanuel Hospital
Lorenzen Conference Center...
2801 N Gantenbein Ave., Portland, OR 97227

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We're pretty excited about this.

If you’ve got any final thoughts, let us know.
Brian Waterbury, 35, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault and menacing in Washington County Circuit Court. He admitted to harming his girlfriend in April 2017 and threatening her that September, court records show.

There has been interest in starting a book club in Beaverton, or at least a recommended booklist. If this is of interest to you, let us know and join and the team!

When I made the first of these lists back in 2016 I had no idea the places it would go: Libraries, schools and families all over the world continue to share it even now, and I am humbled by its rec…

Judge Bailey is up for reelection this May. If we can't find someone to run against him, we might write in Ham Sandwich. #hamsandwich #localelections #criminaljusticereform

While the ruling has limited legal implications, it fuels the clash over the law passed last year that, among other things, reduces prison sentences for identity theft and first-degree theft.|By The Oregonian

3 Beaverton/Aloha intersections made this list. 3 out of the 10 most dangerous intersections in the whole state and we made the #1 spot. We need to be better.

We analyzed crash data from the Oregon Department of Transportation. Here are Oregon's most dangerous roads.

The data is based on crash rate, frequency and severity of the crash over the past three years.

Applications for the open THPRD position are due Wednesday!

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Latino Portland
Latino Portland

Are you ready to serve your community? The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Board has an opening and is seeking applications by this Wednesday, February 7th. Learn more from this interview with Felicita Monteblanco, a current THPRD board member: