Red-shirted citizen activists of Health Care for All Oregon packed the hearing room in a special evening meeting of the House Health Committee to lend support to Rep. Mitch Greenlick’s ballot push to declare healthcare a fundamental right for Oregonians.
Led by Health Care for All, advocates are demanding to know how much Providence Health & Services paid for the naming rights and believe those dollars should have gone toward patient care.
May 21, 2014
Another Rally to Protest Another Stadium Name Change: Jeld-Wen Field to Providence Timbers Stadium Christen McCurdyThu, 03/06/2014 - 08:54
What: Rally at the the Timbers Staidium to protest the change of name to a for profit insurance company, which has paid an undisclosed amount to put their name on a place known and loved by all as the Portland Timbers Stadium.
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June 20, 2013 – Supporters of a single-payer healthcare system may decide to put the issue before voters in 2016, depending on what members of the statewide coalition who were behind this year's failed single-payer bill in the Oregon Legislature decide at next week's annual meeting.