Monthly Archives: April 2015

Teressa’s story: Don’t Shoot PDX supports #FreshStartOregon.

Now that we’ve heard from Justin, Tim and Phil, today the Bus Project shares Teressa’s story, which highlights why she and her burgeoning organization support our FreshStartOregon campaign. As the founder of Don’t Shoot Portland, I’ve worked to build an organization … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Next Generation of Leaders

PolitiCorps is almost here! Our 10 week political organizing and leadership development bootcamp starts on June 15th. We are beyond excited to announce that we already have some amazing fellows that will be participating in the program this summer, but … Continue reading

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Help us get big money out of politics!

The Bus Project has been circulating this letter in support of Senate Joint Resolution 5, which will help get big money out of politics by authorizing the citizens of the state of Oregon to vote on whether or not the … Continue reading

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Why We Need #FreshStartOregon: Justin’s story

Today, as part of our ongoing #FreshStartOregon campaign, the Bus Project shares Justin’s story. Shortly after moving in with my girlfriend at age 18, my father lost his job, and my parents and two sisters moved in to our house. I had been … Continue reading

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Why We Need #FreshStartOregon: Phil’s story

  On Tuesday, we heard from Tim, a farmer in The Dalles, who explained why the Fresh Start Oregon campaign would dramatically improve the lives of him and his family. Today, we hear from Phil Studenberg, a lawyer in Klamath Falls, … Continue reading

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Why we need #freshstartoregon: Tim’s story

In less than two weeks, the Bus Project has collected 1300 signatures, over 60 volunteers, and dozens of stories from everyday Oregonians who would benefit from a more pragmatic, moral, sensible, cost-effective drug policy in our state. You’re speaking up, … Continue reading

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