OSCC Endorses Lou Ogden for BOLI Commissioner



Salem, OR – The Oregon State Chamber of Commerce (OSCC) announced today that the Board of Directors has endorsed Lou Ogden for Bureau of Labor & Industries (BOLI) Commissioner. At its meeting on Friday, April 13th, the Board unanimously voted to endorse Ogden for the position of Labor Commissioner. The statewide election for Labor Commissioner […]

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Political Action Boot Camp



Political Action Boot Camp Thursday, May 17, 2018 12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront • 1401 SW Naito Pkwy • Portland, OR An intense workshop to help chambers take their political game to the next level and be real players helping elect business friendly candidates. Probable Boot Camp Topics (presenters still being […]

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OSCC 2018 Legislative Report released



Attached, please find the final OSCC legislative report for the 2018 session. It is a comprehensive summary and analysis of the issues identified by OSCC as the major legislative issues facing local business communities. If you have any questions, or need any of the components of this report sent to you individually, please don’t hesitate to […]

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2018 Final Legislative Report



Today, we will be issuing a full 2018 legislative report for you to share with your members. In the meantime, here is a full accounting of the 2018 bills that OSCC worked on or monitored this session: • ‘Cap and Trade’ (HB 4001 / SB 1507) Proposed legislation would have capped industrial emissions at 25,000 metric […]

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2018 Legislative Report – Week 4



We are now entering the homestretch of the 2018 session. Although the Constitutional end date to this session is Sunday March 11th, we would be very surprised if the session lasted past Monday, March 5th. There is, quite simply, no compelling reason for the legislature to continue to be in session. There is no budget […]

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