In C. Ore., Crime Exposes Invisible Camps

In C. Ore., crime exposes invisible camps
Nearly 2,200 people are experiencing homelessness in Central Oregon, according to the annual point-in-time count conducted in January by the Homeless Leadership Coalition. Of those 2,200 people, Miller feels most are down on their … Organizations … Read more on Seattle Post Intelligencer

Stop the marijuana lobby
In 2010, Oregon voters defeated a ballot measure to allow marijuana dispensaries. This year, their state legislature voted to allow dispensaries. In 2012, five … According to the Center on Addiction and , 85 percent of prison inmates … Read more on Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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