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Would you pay higher food/gas prices to cut CO2 emissions in OR?
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Would you pay higher food/gas prices to cut CO2 emissions in OR?

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Yes

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Leslie Ann
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Leslie Ann

I have asthma now and never did before. I'd like to see action now. Why wait to save future generations.

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Lani Shobe
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Lani Shobe

Because global warming (polarizing of weather patterns) is real.

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Greg Becker
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Greg Becker

Pay a little now or a "lot" later. Plus it has to get started now to have a better chance ofhelping decrease global warming.

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John Philo
John Philo

For 30 years all I have heard is "We only have 5 years to act on climate change before it's too late". I am done with this scam!

No

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Steve Johnson
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Steve Johnson

this is a round about way to raise money.there is no alternative from carbon based fuels.. the infrastructure for electricity will not handle all the power needed.

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Valerie Rhodes Kifer
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Valerie Rhodes Kifer

Because this state is already taxing everyone to the extent that no one can afford to live here.

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Ken Callison
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Ken Callison

Every night I turn on the news to see the state proposing another way to tax, or raise the taxes paid by the citizens. At what point does paying taxes become theft by government decree?

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Skip Brown
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Skip Brown

When the Pot growers keep pumping CO2 into their plants to grow them bigger and faster don't expect me to pay high prices so they can have their munchies.

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Tom Hamper
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Tom Hamper

Carbon emissions is not the problem in our environment and no amount of this foolishness will make any difference.

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Victoria Martin Come'
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Victoria Martin Come'

It wouldn't make a difference in the global picture, just more $ out of my pocket

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John Nerski
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John Nerski

When is enough going to be enough? Taxes and fees are out of control already.

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CraigMary Johnson
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CraigMary Johnson

Oregon is already one of the most "green" states in the U.S. and we pay for it.

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Pam Ferguson
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Pam Ferguson

It's just going to cause more homeless because so many are struggling now. I pay enough tax now .it's just another way to go thru the "backdoor"of sales tax!!!!

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Gramma Jean
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Gramma Jean

No, it's just another tax with no applied results. Meant to go to the Congress coffers for mismanagement.

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Teresa Rodriguez
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Teresa Rodriguez

How exactly is that going to cut CO2 emissions? People still need to eat and go to work. Do we not remember 2008 when gas was $5 a gallon and a recession hit?

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F Hoskins
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F Hoskins

Costs of living already high for many. Don’t make it harder for many more

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Breeauna Sagdal
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Breeauna Sagdal

This is a joke right? How stupid do you think we are? Do you forget that tree's breathe co2, and expel oxygen, or did common core remove that truth from its curriculum too?

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John Driscoll
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John Driscoll

No. Imposing expensive policies on the basis of a currently fashion theory that a few decades hence will seem as silly as is now the case with eugenics, bleeding etc., is absurd.

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Dave Voiles
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Dave Voiles

This makes the social justice warriors and those thinking they are saving the world feel warm and fuzzy. Just another tax. Smoke and mirrors from the left.

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Really does this need a response what a bunch of BS

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Wanda Hancock
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Wanda Hancock

It won't make one bit of difference now for us to be paying higher prices, for what>?

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Bob Starks
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Bob Starks

Penalize the companies, not consumers. Hold them accountable for their practices, and get them to change how they operate.

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Greg B
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Greg B

Oregon taxpayers are in trouble. Brown and liberal legislators are looking to raise taxes over 2 Billion dollars, increase big government, and add bad business regulations.

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Wanda Hancock
Wanda Hancock

Spot on....you have their number. Can no one else see how they try to raise taxes without us knowing???

Troy Davidson
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Troy Davidson

Central Oregon is already ridiculously expensive! No more expenses!!!

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 Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?
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112 Votes

Do you think C.O. road projects are keeping up with growth?

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Yes

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Is Bend Park & Rec's new sign-up system working better for you?

Is Bend Park & Rec's new sign-up system working better for you?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

It's ridiculous bend parks and rec is liberal

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SunnySunshinestein
SunnySunshinestein

Then you should pray for them, that should work.

Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels

Um, what was the question, Mr. Ridiculous?

No

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