Building a more just, equitable and caring Oregon — for and by all of us.
Today, students, teachers, librarians and community members from across Oregon showed up in person at the State Capitol and virtually to support Senate Bill (SB) 1583.
Testimony at possibly the only public hearing for HB 4002 shows widespread opposition to the bill’s proposed criminalization of addiction
Today, Oregon lawmakers are holding what is likely to be the only public hearing on House Bill (HB) 4002, which would employ war on drugs tactics to recriminalize addiction.
ACLU of Oregon Response to Commissioner Rene Gonzalez’s Tacit Support for Unlawful Police Surveillance
At the Portland City Council Meeting on January 31, 2024, Commissioner Rene Gonzalez made statements indicating he supports the Portland Police Bureau’s use of unlawful surveillance in 2020, which infringed...
In the legislature - 2024 session
SB 1583A: Freedom to Read
Students deserve to feel affirmed and welcome in Oregon public schools — and they should be free to read, learn and share ideas without fear of discriminatory censorship! SB 1583 would prevent book bans and other forms of censorship in Oregon public schools.