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Do you think more government spending on mental health programs will curb the risk of violence?
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597 Votes

Do you think more government spending on mental health programs will curb the risk of violence?

Yes!

3

No!

7

Yes!

3 Comments
Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Yes but its only part of the solution. The left does everything backwards! When you take God out of America guess who people follow? When family values are discouraged, anarchy arrives! The un Godly act un Godly! These are the core issues and the left supports all these un Godly positions!

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

It better then gun control

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No!

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Government never solves problems I doubt they will get this right. Enforce laws and bring back death penalty with Public Hangings thats a good start

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Tim Collins
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Tim Collins

simple economics!!!!!! Get rid of 1/2 of government and we will have plenty of money. @e would all be better off!

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k san
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k san

It won't make a dent until we have reasonable gun laws.

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Ron Johansen
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Ron Johansen

We cannot "solve" gun crime until we address the material inequity, the horrible healthcare system, and the alienation inherent to late stage capitalism. We also need to get rid of ALL weapons of war in this country.

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Lynn Huntley
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Lynn Huntley

They are NOT banning guns from EVERYONE. You can still own guns. But why do you need ARs and other large capacity guns? They are not taking our other guns away. They say "you can't have" so that is what you want?

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Pam Robbins
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Pam Robbins

The problem is that ppl buy and own weapons of war--weapons who's only purpose is to kill a lot of people quickly. Mental health is a separate problem.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Only criminals do that not law abiding citizens so banning guns from everyone is not the answer

Kevin Crabtree
Kevin Crabtree

Hmmm Oregon laws are exactly what the fed wants Weapons of War are not for sale anywhere in the US legally Unless you are one of the 1% who gets a permit to own one. Put away the Coolaid.

Do you think these new rules will help reduce e-bike accidents?
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156 Votes

Do you think these new rules will help reduce e-bike accidents?

Yes

0

No

0

Yes

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No

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Have you noticed delays with recycling pickups?
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400 Votes

Have you noticed delays with recycling pickups?

Yes

5

No

3

Yes

5 Comments
Loy Helmly
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Loy Helmly

Missed glad recycling pickup twice.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

We do not even have any recycling in my area, no cardboard, no glass, no nothing!!!

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Jacob Wilton
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Jacob Wilton

I have a business literally across the street from their office/dump location and still get consistently missed on recycling. I have been missed regularly on garbage as well. The city has the ability to pull their contract if this continues.

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Kathi McDonald
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Kathi McDonald

I live in Crook County. We went a whole month without recycle pick up. The service is always on FB because of inconsistent service. We went two weeks with no garbage pickup. It's like this all over the city as well as out of city limits! VERY FRUSTRATING when you're paying for a service!

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Jerry Boysen
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Jerry Boysen

Republic is not good!

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No

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Terry Whitted
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Terry Whitted

LOL. In Crooked River Ranch - we don't know what 'recycling' is. The garbage company totally did away with it. So - I feel no sympathy for some of you who have 'delays'.

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Mark Mueller
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Mark Mueller

Unfortunately we don't have curbsid pickup in rural Deschutes Co. Garbage PU has been good since its been Republic.

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Dave Leverick
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Dave Leverick

I have never had a problem with cascade disposal If there is a problem they notify by email and phone

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