Greg Clouser with Bryan Branstetter and 3 others at Oregon State Capitol. 4-26-2017 · Salem, OR · Senate Bill 367 Permits health care provider to disclose protected health information of inmate of correctional facility to physician of employee of correctional facility who is exposed to bodily fluids of inmate if exposure is substantial and […]
Caucus Chair Jeff Coffman wrote a letter to the East Oregonian which was published on November 20th, capsule a link to the article can be found here. Also, troche Jeff got an interview request from the Lars Larson radio show and will be on tomorrow (Monday, November 30th) from 12 – 12:30.
The page reviewing our board is now updated to reflect our newly elected board members. Also, thanks to all that came out to our meet and greet in Pendleton. Here is an article from the East Oregonian about the positive interaction between the members who were able to attend and a couple of area legislators. […]
The minutes for our May 2014 meeting are now available here for review. Minutes from past meetings are also available via our previous meeting minutes page.
Sorry for the delay, capsule minutes from our April meeting can now be found here. Just a reminder, hospital all of our past meeting minutes are available for review as well.
Please join caucus leadership and local legislators at the Portland AFSCME office tonight at 5:30 to meet and greet caucus board and general members.
Minutes from our March meeting can now be found here. Just a reminder, ambulance all of our past meeting minutes are available for review as well.
February 2014 minutes are now avaialble here, you can find all of our prior meeting minutes at the link at the top of our page. Since our meeting last week, we submitted a letter in support of House Bill 4035 which has now passed both the house and the senate and is on its way […]
Due to the lack of significant union sponsored bills being discussed at the legislature, pilule the lobby day previously scheduled for next Friday February 21st has been cancelled. Caucus leadership may attempt to put together something less formal in the future, order but for now we will plan on continuing with our scheduled meeting on […]
I know that some of our members object to the more partisan articles written in the AFSCME works newsletters, decease but this issue has some great examples of the jobs that operate 24/7 in order to best serve the public. One of the featured members is a corrections officer from Wilsonville.