Should the government communicate with social media companies about content?

Should the government communicate with social media companies about content?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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Tom Maxwell
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Tom Maxwell

To prevent false information.

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Ervin Guinn
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Ervin Guinn

False statements and lies should not be presented as facts from either side of the political spectrum. If it takes government intervention to stop this misinformation, then that's the way it should be.

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Harry D
Harry D

Fight lies with the truth, not censorship.

No

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Harry D
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Harry D

Freedom of speech is too important a right for the gov to interfere with. So called "misinformation" is just the government trying to control people who disagree with them. As the terrible response to COVID proved, the gov was wrong/deliberately lying to the people about many things. FJB China $3M

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Bernard Hinshaw
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Bernard Hinshaw

Can not allow our freedom of speech to be tampered with at all !!!!! All they are doing is damage control protecting themselves

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Will Mason
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Will Mason

Nothing people are talking about is the government's business. They need to sit and shut up. Maybe they could try listening instead.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson comments that First Amendment “hamstrings" government. What a terrible thing for a Justice to say. She would happily remove our First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

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Vernon Taylor
Vernon Taylor

And we all know why she's there.

Harry D
Harry D

She should be impeached and removed from office.

Would you prefer to buy an environmentally-friendly vehicle?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
1928 Votes

Would you prefer to buy an environmentally-friendly vehicle?

Yes, least I can do

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No, too expensive

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Yes, least I can do

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George Pearson
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George Pearson

I now own my second hybrid.

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k san
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k san

If they ever made one that could go longer distances. I have seen only 1 recharging station for such cars at Fred Meyer. To make them attractive, need many more recharging stations. Until then, no thx

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Torina Wilson
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Torina Wilson

How about YES!, but it’s too expensive. Therefore, I’ll wait

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Kerie Raymond
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Kerie Raymond

We have an EV for local & shorter range trips (have gone to Vancourver, WA & Eugene, OR) and a Hybrid for longer range trips. Electricity is $10/month, and nothing once we have PV. No maintenance cost

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No, too expensive

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John Merrill
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John Merrill

Because I want to make that choice being I'm a free individual in the United States of America. Free to make my own choices and not be told by a dictator governor of the State of Oregon. FDKB.

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George Pearson
George Pearson

No one forced me! I love getting 50 mpg while gas guzzlers are paying my share!

Fred Colbern
Fred Colbern

Government is already controlling you when you drive. Ever stop at a stoplight? That's some university indoctrinated bureaucrat deciding how long you will be made to sit there and wait for his little technocracy to "turn the light green" so you can go.

GT Thomas
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GT Thomas

I do not want a vehicle liberals try to force on me.

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Bob A. Bui
Bob A. Bui

Screwing your kids/grandchildren to own the libs? Nice.

George Pearson
George Pearson

No one is forcing you! Watch something else beside Fox for a change, to get a full picture!

poor turtle
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poor turtle

I mean I would but they are too expensive. Honestly I would rather to not drive at all and take the bus everywhere but that isn't currently realistic.

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Karen Barker Rouse
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Karen Barker Rouse

Can’t imagine it would make long road trips easy.

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Kerie Raymond
Kerie Raymond

Not easy, but doable! Worth it in the long run.

Douglas E. Wilson
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Douglas E. Wilson

We are being priced out of everything by so called do gooders!

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

If it would meet my needs yes. Unfortunately there are none currently that can.

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Christena
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Christena

I've always wanted a hybrid but having my vehicles paid off it's just not worth it.

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dan bob
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dan bob

Although it’s environmentally friendly, it is far too expensive. Perhaps in the future when corporations become competitive in this area and sell vehicles at cheaper prices.

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Hugh Jjggh
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Hugh Jjggh

It’s not that it’s too expensive I just like gas powered cars and I love hearing the engine rev unfortunately kids today will never understand not only what that 3rd pedal is for but also a real car

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Heidi Owen
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Heidi Owen

Most people I know cannot afford them, but I'll bet kate brown can....

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Kerie Raymond
Kerie Raymond

We were fortunate to buy an EV new with substantial discounts and rebates, credits. $16K for a $34K new car. I don't think it's too expensive.

Ben Wiborg
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Ben Wiborg

Expensive or not the power cells are the problem when it come to disposal or manufacture.

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Sam Ackerman
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Sam Ackerman

NO, I will however buy a vehicle that fits my needs.

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Do you believe inflation is improving?

Do you believe inflation is improving?

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No

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Yes

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