Hill to Hall Nov. 4–8

Nov. 4: U.S. formally begins process to leave Paris Agreement The Trump administration notified the United Nations that the United States has formally begun the process to leave the Paris…

Hill to Hall Oct. 7–11

Oct. 7: Supreme Court hears case on non-unanimous juries The United States Supreme Court heard arguments on Louisiana v Ramos, a case which questions a state’s usage on non-unanimous juries….

Hill to Hall Aug. 26–30

Aug. 26 Oregon grocery store workers strike over gender pay gap and low wages  Oregon and southwest Washington grocery store workers joined the United Food and Commercial Workers to vote…

Protesters gathered in front of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s house on July 27 to criticize his reaction to protests between far-left and far-right groups. Gregory Retz/PSU Vanguard

Portland’s Liberation protests for second weekend in a row outside of Mayor’s home

Protesters gathered in front of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s house on July 27 for the second weekend in a row to criticize his reaction to the protests and altercations that…

Hill to Hall July 1–July 5

July 1 Mayor Ted Wheeler responds to criticism of Portland protest Protests between the left-wing group antifa and the right-wing group Patriot Prayer made national news after becoming violent in…

Hill to Hall April 8–13

April 8: Oregon Senate rejects bill to lower Oregon’s drunk driving limit A bill that would have lowered Oregon’s drunk driving limit from .08% to .05% died in session. Senate…

Hill to Hall: March 5–8

March 5: Scott Gottlieb resigns as FDA chief Trump administration appointee Scott Gottlieb resigned as the head of the Food and Drug Administration. Gottlieb garnered bipartisan support for his strict…

Hill to Hall: Jan. 14–19

Jan. 14: Los Angeles teachers enter fifth day of strike for contract renegotiations Over 32,000 teachers in Los Angeles County—the second biggest school district in the United States—began a strike…