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Should the Oregon lawmakers who walked out be eligible for re-election?
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610 Votes

Should the Oregon lawmakers who walked out be eligible for re-election?

Yes

5

No

10

Yes

5 Comments
Steve Derrickson
1
Steve Derrickson

The law stopping them from running is a cheap power grab by the democrats. And, unconstitutional.

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Kevin Nik Myles Hayward
1
Kevin Nik Myles Hayward

They used the only means they had in order to stop unconstructional legislation being brought on be the left.

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Rick Allen
0
Rick Allen

Yes they had to do that to keep the radical left from further damaging our state. Vote the left out so we can get back to being America instead of a 3rd world country.

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Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

Lars Larson has a article about this

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steven
steven

Isn't that special?

steven
steven

I meant "a" article. "Special".

No

10 Comments
daniel tovar
1
daniel tovar

if i feel that stopping at a stop sign is not legal, should i just run it? The message that is being sent is loud and clear that knopp is sending, he"ll do what he wants. if i didn't show up for work as many days that he did i would be fired. the law is the law.

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Oakley Taylor
1
Oakley Taylor

The voters have their say. We shouldn't be paying these people for walking out on their duties.

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

There is a lars Larson article about this

Margaret Moore
1
Margaret Moore

Walking out is not representing Oregon. Vote to express your opinion and make sure it represents your constituents.

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Bill Barr
0
Bill Barr

Walking out on your job/duty is disrespectful.

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SunnySunshinestein
0
SunnySunshinestein

Of course not. They knew before they walked out what the consequences would be, they need to buck up and face the music.

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Katy Holcomb
0
Katy Holcomb

We voted on this, it passed and now those Republicans who walked out and didn't do their job want a "do-over". Well, boo hoo, this is the results of your actions (or inactions).

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Jane CommunityMember
0
Jane CommunityMember

Of course not. The voters overwhelmingly said they shouldn't. Don't show up for work? Then lose your job.

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Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?
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175 Votes

Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?

YES

3

NO

0

YES

3 Comments
Melissa Howiler
2
Melissa Howiler

Kids need to be focused on school not their phone s!

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Kimmy Wasatch
1
Kimmy Wasatch

Kids spend way too much time on phones. They need to concentrate on reading, writing and arithment which schools need to go back to teaching. I believe social media has harmed our children.

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NO

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Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?
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360 Votes

Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?

Yes

5

No

1

Yes

5 Comments
Edward Smith
2
Edward Smith

Kids need to think about studies without hunger.

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Rachel Fowler
2
Rachel Fowler

There are so many families who can't afford to pay for lunches whether it is hot or cold. I think this is going to be so helpful. ❤️

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Paul Owen
1
Paul Owen

I believe that since it is from our tax money and property taxes that all should be able to go eat for free

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snowzone
1
snowzone

Why give all the free meals to the ungrateful bums that live of free handouts but refuse to work for it. Feed our kids.

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Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

Food is expensive due to bidenomics

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No

1 Comment
Steven Huillet
1
Steven Huillet

Parents need to pay for their kids lunches! No more free rides on tax payers back!

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