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These apps rate businesses based on size, gender, disability, and POC accessibility

So it’s not surprising that another app dedicated to promoting accessible businesses, Ample, also began its journey in Oregon ... coffee shop to work from. It’s good to know that I can quickly glance ... read more

How to Break Into the Weed Industry: Everything You Need to Know

"It's important to know what you're getting into," Burns says. "There are a lot of snake-oil salesmen in this industry. Understand who is a legitimate business ... process. To work at District Cannabi... read more

Dorothy A. Brown Cook, candidate for mayor

I would be willing to work ... and businesses to install innovative products such as smart thermostats that process energy more effectively and efficiently at reduced cost. The City should replace ... read more

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ESEA Reauthorization: The Every Student Succeeds Act Explained

The newest proposed version of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act—dubbed the Every Student Succeeds Act—has officially been ... would be housed at the Department of Health and Human Services, ... read more

I Found the Best Burger Place in America. And Then I Killed It.

During our reporting of this piece, Thrillist became aware, through cursory research into Steve Stanich’s background, that Stanich was convicted ... I have a coffee mug from Stanich’s in Portland, Ore... read more

As Hart children begged for help, system failed them

Minnesota DHS also would not comment on specifics of the Hart case. A Minnesota social worker who worked with the Harts would later tell investigators at the Oregon Department ... She asked about the ... read more

What schools and parents need to know about the new vaccination law

The student receives assignments from a teacher but fulfills most of the work independently. The fourth option is to homeschool a child by hiring a credentialed tutor. read more

We Will Defend and Resist

Employers should meet with union members and representatives to let them know about the process. Employers should inform all workers with a union representative present at this meeting. In this meetin... read more

How Cities Make Money by Fining the Poor

But potential employers weren’t calling her back ... the case of a woman who was jailed for missing a court date related to an unpaid utility bill. In Oregon, courts have issued hefty fines to the par... read more

What DHS knew ... but didn't act on until a foster child reported sexual abuse

Letitia Ness, complained specifically that DHS workers should have removed the boys after discovering ... Foster care officials say Hull underwent vigorous background checks, including from the Oklaho... read more

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of 360° Evaluations

And, over the past five years, managers and leaders from organizations representing various sectors of the nonprofit field—housing, health, human services—have used the 360° assessment process ... and ... read more

Illinois House 15th District Republican nominee: Amanda Biela

According to a study by the Department of Health and Human Services ... As far what action should be taken by the legislature, we should guard against any outside business taking advantage of an inmat... read more

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