Ways and Means Road Show
Key Oregon legislators are hitting the road to hear what Oregonians want in the next budget. Join us to tell them what’s important.
Ways and Means Rally
Saturday, February 25—noon
Lane Community College
Rooms 308-309 Building 17–The Forum
4000 E 30th Ave., Eugene
The state is facing a $1.8 billion shortfall this year, which will mean drastic cuts in state services for every Oregonian. It will hurt education—K-12 and higher ed—senior services and affordable health care. Without additional funding, tuition will increase by double digits, making higher education affordable only for the wealthy. Education in Oregon was meant for all Oregonians, not just the wealthy.
Out of 50 states, Oregon taxes corporations the least, and it shows. You and I and the people we care about suffer—and even die—due to the lack of services. We can do something.
Let’s tell Mr. and Ms. Corporation, “Pay your fair share of taxes like every other Oregon resident!”
Please contact Lois Yoshishige at 541 346 1251 with questions.