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Walden Town Hall Friday March 15th

Let's keep the pressure on Greg Walden. He's hosting a Town Hall in The Dalles Friday March 15th at 11:15 am at the Civic Auditorium (323 E 4th St).

Please come and ask your questions or just come to listen and support your local Indivisble group (POP) who wants to hold Walden accountable for enabling the most corrupt president in our country's history. Let's show our congressman what democracy looks and sounds like!

WALDEN TOWN HALL - Friday March 15 at 11:15 AM The Dalles Civic Auditorium

POPPERS - WE NEED YOU! This Friday, March 15th, at 11:15 am at The Dalles Civic Auditorium, Greg Walden is holding his first town hall in two years in Wasco County. Let's make up for lost time and let him know that we're still not satisfied with his representation. Come early to get a ticket if you want to speak. If you don't want to speak, get a ticket anyway and give it to someone who does. We are encouraging speakers to make statements rather than asking him questions. If you ask a question, he'll just deflect.

Call to Action - Carbon Action Plan Hearing Friday March 1


We need folks willing to say a few words at the Clean Energy Jobs / Carbon Action Plan hearing on Friday. Here’s a guide to help you draft a statement. Come early (11:15) to sign up to speak, and rally with signs (provided) to support action on Climate Change.

Clean Energy Jobs Public Hearing
Friday March 1, 2019
Civic Auditorium
323 East 4th, The Dalles Oregon
12:00 - 3:00 PM

February POP Meeting

February POP Meeting
Thursday, February 28
6:00-8:00 PM
Route 30 Bottles and Brews
317 East 2nd Street, The Dalles

Public Hearings on Cap and Trade: Action Item

Poppers- it’s time to be locally active! If you are able, please come to the public hearing and voice your support for HB 2020 (Cap & Trade) this Friday, March 1, at the Civic at noon. Better yet, bring a friend with you. Best to sign up a little early so the opposition doesn’t get all the time slots.

History of Carbon Pricing in Oregon

Here is some information on the history of Cap and Trade. The OSCC and the Partnership for Oregon Communities are on the opposite side of this issue.

Being aware of their information helps us in preparation for our position/testimony.

Thanks Debi for sharing this information:

Update from Oregon State Chamber of Commerce (OSCC)

These action items were sent from The Dalles Chamber of Commerce from the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce (OSCC) and a message from Senator Cliff Bentz to Chamber members. (Thank you Sandy Haechrel for sharing this.) Interesting reading from the Chamber perspective on these bills. Please read and make your comments/testimony or contact our representatives to recommend approval or opposition.

Fake Emergency Flash Rally

Fake Emergency Flash Rally
The Dalles Post Office
2nd and Union
Monday February 18, 2019
12:00-1:00 PM

Bring your signs this Monday, February 18th and join in a nationwide event to call on Congress to put an end to Trump’s fake national emergency. Spread the news and bring friends. Dress warm!

February POP Meeting

February POP Meeting
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Route 30 Bottles and Brews
317 East 2nd Street, The Dalles
6:00 - 8:00 PM

Regroup, reorganize, renew the spirit!

The exact agenda to be determined, however there is much to discuss and so many topics of concern.

Time to get our committees back together to tackle the topics of Health Care, Environment, Ethics, Elections, Immigration.

With the Indivisible Guide 2.0 - there are new strategies for offense while keeping our current elected officials accountable with defense.

Oregon State Day of Action - February 6

This Wednesday, Feb. 6, is our first Statewide Day of Action for Indivisible groups across Oregon!

We hope you will join us in this new effort to create progressive laws for the future of our state. Our first issue is climate legislation, which has a very strong chance of passing and making us a leader in the nation on this issue -- but we need a push from you to make sure it gets done.


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