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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.

Food Drive at POP Meeting

Thank you Siobhan for suggesting we have a food drive at the POP meeting at Route 30 tomorrow night! Siobhan might not be able to make it to the meeting but willing to take the collected items to the food bank if someone will gather it and contact her!
Go team!


I just realized this morning that I haven't cancelled the meeting room at Route 30. So my first thought was to call them to cancel, second thought to just leave it and send out a notice for a social night, third was to have the Out of the Kitchen Marching band sing songs. After talking with Connie it seems like a great idea to just put the word out to have a night of solidarity and socializing - maybe only a few will show up - but Connie says she will be there, bring the song sheets.

Shutdown update - call to action!

From Indivisible Oregon about the shutdown. For more information, toolkits, etc. go to

Indivisible National Update:

Hello Indivisible Groups!

I wanted to share with you the latest from National on what is going on with the shutdown. There are a lot of moving pieces here that are constantly changing, so please keep that in mind and be on the lookout for more updates from myself and especially National.

Status/Vote Update



LAST MINUTE CHANGES - our POP January meeting was scheduled for Thursday January 24th - the same day as the Walden Town Hall and Senator Wyden will be holding a Town Hall on Tuesday January 22. And the Women’s March is this Saturday January 19th! What to do?

After a bit of a scramble and Steering Committee discussions via email, we have canceled the January 24th POP meeting and will reschedule for either Thursday February 7th or Thursday February 21st. Stay tuned on that information.

POP Updates and January Meeting Notice

Good cheer! Yep, the year is nearly over and the Steering Committee met to discuss plans for POP with the new Indivisible Guide - on OFFENSE!

New Climate Assessment Report

Trump tried to bury the new Fourth Climate Assessment Report but we all need to know about it. The full report is 1600 pages, but it has a summary. Everybody should at least check out the summary and be familiar with it. You can find it at . It also has chapters that focus on regions of the country including one for the Pacific Northwest here:


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