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Should Oregon revisit its public indecency laws?
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570 Votes

Should Oregon revisit its public indecency laws?

Yes

5

No

9

Yes

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Arouse or not they should be arrested for public indecency

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sandra zollman
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sandra zollman

Decency is important. Morals are important. Public nudity should never be allowed. It serves no benefits to society,

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m
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m

How dare poeple not give a damn about kids. When I was a kid you would get cited or arrested for indecent exposure. Enough with this lunacy way of thinking, other people besides naked people have rights too you all.

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John Hardy
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John Hardy

I support self expression, but public nudity could create opportunities for perverts to harm others. I am especially concerned about children walking around nude with strangers nearby.

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No

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Kathi McDonald
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Kathi McDonald

The word indecent is self explanatory! It's there for a reason and no one wants to see other peoples private parts! Keep it behind closed doors in your PRIVATE HOMES!

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steven
steven

Did you understand the question?

stephen patterson
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stephen patterson

Why should we be ashamed of being created in God's image

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steven hicks
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steven hicks

we were born without clothes as long as the person that is naked is not acting in a sexual way or being obscene about it then is should not be criminalized. It is an expression of one's self and should be protected under 1A

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John Moore
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John Moore

As long as they are not engaging in immoral activities then they should be able to wear what they want, even if they don't want to wear anything. I do believe that even a first time event of anything sexual in public should involve a serious sentence. Rights shouldn't be revoked because of feelings

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Melissa Howiler
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Melissa Howiler

All over some nekid lady cmon GET REAL

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Tim Tengesdal
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Tim Tengesdal

Very few people look better without clothes, and I don't want to see it. However, based on history and human behavior, there is no better way to make it popular than to make it illegal. Alcohol prohibition and banning assault rifles are good examples.

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Gayle Stamler
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Gayle Stamler

As usual, people who most vocally proclaim their own freedoms are the first to object to freedom for others.

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Don L
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Don L

I can do what I want on my property without repercussion

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Do you think the pilot project will make Greenwood safer for everyone?
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106 Votes

Do you think the pilot project will make Greenwood safer for everyone?

YES

0

NO

0

YES

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NO

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Do you think the changes to the Fairwell Festival will help traffic this year?

Do you think the changes to the Fairwell Festival will help traffic this year?

YES

0

NO

5

YES

0 Comment
No one has commented yet

NO

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Melissa Howiler
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Melissa Howiler

Traffic is traffic so there's not much any of us can do anything about it

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steven
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steven

Of course not. If it did, how would Mayor McCheese justify the millions he wants to spend on building a road to benefit his developer patrons.

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Randy Curths
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Randy Curths

The infrastructure and the systems for Pretty much anything are so backward in Central Oregon That I don't have a lot of optimism even something as simple as traffic in and out of an event

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Randy Curths
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Randy Curths

I hate to say it, But like thousands of people in Central Oregon I moved here to 10 years ago, In Central Oregon is "behind the times" About 20 years, I don't mean to sound mean because the people are typically wonderful But they're just stupid

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

So what do they need to do?

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