“In Good Faith” – A Conversation About Religious Difference in Oregon

Nathanael Andreini, Director of Education, Washington County Museum (503) 645-5353 x133   nandreini@washingtoncountymuseum.org “In Good Faith” – A Conversation About Religious Difference in Oregon In partnership with Oregon Humanities, the Washington County Museum has organized a facilitated conversation exploring religious difference in Oregon. Writer and former chaplain Elizabeth Harlan-Ferlo will lead participants in examining the tools we […]

2018 Legislative Report – Week 2

Oregon State Chamber of Commerce provides us with fantastic updates about the 2018 Oregon legislative session: In our view, there were four major developments in the early going: The opponents of ‘Cap & Trade’, including OSCC, performed very well during the marathon public hearings on Wednesday. Not only was the quality of the testimony outstanding (including […]

2018 Legislative Report – Week 1

Oregon State Chamber of Commerce provides us with fantastic updates about the 2018 Oregon legislative session: Here is some key backdrop information that Chamber members need to know: The budget is relatively stable, thanks in large part to the recent passage of Measure 101.  There does not appear to be any pending budget crisis that […]

IRS Updates & News Releases:

Below are summaries and links to the most recent headliners and news releases you and your clients might be interested in.  The title and summary are designed to give you a brief overview of the article’s content — the link to the full article is included with each summary. IRS Updates & News Releases

Announcing Broken Brain Docu-Series

Dear Tualatin Chamber, A practicing physician, Dr. Hyman, and 10 time NY Times best-selling author reveals how we’ve arrived at an epidemic of “broken brains”…and the surprising solutions that can help you heal. In episode one, Dr. Hyman brings together some of the world’s leading brain and health experts, to talk about the increase of […]

Washington County Museum Receives Grants to Fund History Education Programs

WASHINGTON COUNTY MUSEUM RECEIVES GRANTS FROM FIVE FOUNDATIONS TO FUND HISTORY EDUCATION PROGRAMS Portland, Oregon, 12/28/17 – Washington County Museum is pleased to announce it has been awarded five grants totaling $34,000 to support its educational and community programs. The grants include the following: The Reser Family Foundation: $10,000 awarded to support the Museum’s Field […]

Measure 101 Brief

Measure 101 will be the subject of a special election on January 23rd. A “Yes” vote will preserve a 1.5% provider and health care insurance premium tax passed by the legislature during the 2017 session. A “No” vote will repeal the tax. At stake is between $222 and $333 million of state funding that is […]