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  • Revenue Forecast: The State Should Limit Spending Amidst Stagnant Growth, High Inflation, and Rising Costs

    Today, the Office of Economic Analysis presented the quarterly revenue forecast which indicates, despite big surpluses, significant economic challenges are ahead due to stagnant growth and high inflation. Adopting a more disciplined approach to the state’s finances would help lessen the burden on taxpayers and improve economic stability.

  • Lawmakers Urge Department of Education to Offer New Financial Literacy, Life Skills Requirements as Stand-Alone Courses as Intended

    In the 2023 Legislative Session, lawmakers passed Senate Bill 3, a bipartisan bill to help high school students learn career path and financial literacy skills. After the Department of Education completed its rulemaking process, it released two options for the State Board of Education to consider for implementation. Option A violates legislative intent by integrating…

  • House Republican Leader Announces 2023-2024 Interim Leadership Team

    Earlier this week, county clerks and the SOS engaged with the US Postal Service to determine why the USPS held completed, mail-in ballots instead of turning them into the elections offices. Despite multiple inquiries, the SOS has failed to answer precisely how many ballots were affected, how many counties were affected, and what election officials…

  • Rules Request Letter to Fahey and Bowman

    As Vice-Chair of the House Rules Committee, I am requesting that you invite the Oregon Secretary of State to the committee hearing on Friday, May 31, 2024. In light of the recent issues arising over completed ballots not being delivered to county elections offices by the United States Postal Service, I feel it is necessary…

  • Vote NO on Measure 20-349

    Vote NO on Measure 20-349

    Rank Choice Voting Measure SB 20-349 Eugene So that you can make an informed decision about this measure, the following information has been posted . By In the news Friday May 10, 2024Taxpayers Association of Oregon urges No vote on Measure 20-349 ranked choice measureBy Taxpayers Association of OregonOregonWatchdog.comRanked choice voting scheme is a bad idea.…

  • House and Senate Republican Women Send Letter to OSAA Calling for Immediate Protection of Girls in High School Sports

    Today, the women of the House and Senate Republican Caucuses sent a letter to OSAA Executive Director Peter Weber urging the OSAA Board of Directors to take immediate action to protect equal rights of women in high school sports by only allowing biological women to competing in girls’ sports.

  • Senator Tim Knopp Welcomes Senator Daniel Bonham as New Senate Republican Leader

    “When I was elected Senate Republican Leader in 2021, I said that Senate Republicans had a great opportunity to showcase our ideas and vision. This contrasted with decades of failed Democrat policy in Oregon. Two years later, I’m proud to say we did just that. In 2022, voters ended the Democrat Supermajority. Our caucus came…

  • Bill Recriminalizing Hard Drugs Signed into Law

    “Now that the Governor has given the recriminalization bill her stamp of approval, we can finally end the chapter on Oregon’s experiment with decriminalizing hard drugs. HB 4002 is not a perfect solution; legislators will undoubtedly have much more work to do in upcoming sessions. But it sets a standard for how the state should…

  • Representative Mannix Releases Statement on House Bill 4002 Being Signed Into Law

    I am delighted that the Governor has now signed House Bill 4002. This was a major bipartisan effort to get Oregon back on track in dealing with hard drugs and their terrible impact on our communities. We have now made it clear that possession of such drugs is a crime, but we have coupled this…

  • Amidst New Attempts to Steal the Kicker, Senate Republicans Commit to Protect Oregon Taxpayers

    “Far too many Oregonians feel the impacts of high taxes, inflation, and other rising costs due to decades of poor policy decisions. Oregon workers rely on their proportional refund of over-collected taxes and do not want anyone to reform it, reduce it, or take it away. That’s why voters enshrined the Kicker in the Constitution,”…