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Report | OSPIRG Foundation | Tax

Following the Money 2014

This report, OSPIRG Foundation’s fifth annual evaluation of state transparency websites, finds that states are making progress toward comprehensive, one-stop, one-click transparency and accountability for state government spending. 

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Report | US PIRG Education Fund and the Student PIRGs

Affordable Textbooks: A Policy Guide

A guide to policy on textbook affordability through the development of open-source textbooks.

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News Release | Consumer Protection

Five Years after Expansion of Oregon’s Lemon Law, OSPIRG Helps Consumers Navigate Their Rights

Five years after Oregon increased consumer protections through an expanded Lemon Law, OSPIRG today released a resource, “Oregon Lemon Law Guide,” to help consumers know their rights under the law when buying a car. 

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News Release | OSPIRG Foundation | Tax

Despite Improvements in Reporting, Some Information on Economic Development Tax Subsidies Still Remains Out of Public View

A new study released today by OSPIRG Foundation examined the reports made available on Oregon’s transparency website as a result of a three-year old transparency law, and found that while the largest and most widely used economic development subsidy programs covered by the law have information made available to the public online, key information is still shielded from public view.

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Report | OSPIRG Foundation | Tax

Revealing Tax Subsidies 2014

This study examines the third annual update of the reports made available by the law on the Oregon Transparency Website in 2014. It evaluates how well the law is being followed and the degree to which the new information helps the public determine the value of these programs.

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

Report Slams Oregon For Failure to Disclose Subsidies

The state of Oregon is a failure when it comes to the transparency of economic subsidies it provides, according to areport released today by Good Jobs First, a Washington, D.C. non-profit.

 

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

Ore. gets 'F' in tax break transparency

Oregon received an "F" in a national report that graded states on the transparency of their economic subsidy efforts.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Higher-speed rail: Interstate 5 corridor ideal for a fast track to a better Oregon

Former Salem Mayor Janet Taylor writes an opinion piece for the Oregonian about how improving our rail system in Oregon will help commuters and create jobs.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Stakeholders Highlight Importance of High Speed Rail

Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy and University of Oregon students are looking toward the future of high speed rail in Oregon.

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Media Hit | Transportation

High Speed Rail = Oregon Jobs, Report Says

KLCC covers OSPIRG's newest high-speed rail report release, and the planning process for improving our passenger rail line in Oregon.

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