I’m writing to state my support for Judge Jenefer Grant. I met Jenefer in 2005 before she became a judge. I’m privileged to have witnessed her growth in both career and life. She is someone whom I love and respect, both as a person and a professional.

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I have had the pleasure of living and practicing law in Columbia County, Oregon for the last 20 years. I am pleased to support Judge Jenefer Stenzel-Grant for a third term as a Columbia County Circuit Court Judge.

Oregon is in the initial phase of what is expected to be an unprecedented health care crisis related to the impacts of COVID-19 caused by a novel coronavirus.

Before the coronavirus pandemic dominated all conversations, there was a lot of talk about what our

San Francisco and six Bay Area counties, with a combined population of nearly 7 million, are under “shelter-in-place” orders directing everyone to basically stay inside their homes for the next three weeks in hopes of suppressing the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the region.

The Legislature’s Joint Special Coronavirus Response Committee convened in Salem on Wednesday.

As the scope and threat of the coronavirus pandemic becomes clear, people all over the world hunger for two things: an effective vaccine and truthful information about the disease.

During my 20 years as a member of the Lower Columbia River Watershed Council from its inception until 2015, I was painfully aware that the earnest efforts of all the councils in the region to reverse the salmon’s slide toward extinction were insufficient to save these magnificent fish.

Things are still pretty quiet here in the Capitol as the walk-out continues, and we are unable to move any legislation through the House or Senate Chambers.

In response to the global outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the recent announcement of presumed cases here in Oregon, I want to provide some information to help keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy.

This week at the Capitol the St. Helens High School‘s Chor Leonis, a premiere chorus, performed the opening ceremonies for the Oregon State Senate. For the House of Representatives, the Scappoose High School Chamber Choir’s performance of the National Anthem was absolutely incredible.

Cap-and-trade has been on my radar since last year. I learned how mental health resources were carved out of the bill and how a $10-million increase in welfare benefits wasn’t enough to offset Oregon’s unemployment. Negatives came in droves. All I could think was, “Oregonians will plummet to…

I recently attended the Climate Summit held at the Elks Lodge in St. Helens and sponsored by the Republican Party of Columbia County. The Summit featured presentations by Chuck Weise and Dr. Gordon Fulks that provided data and theories that they believed disprove that human caused pollution …

“The real danger is when politicians and CEOs are making it look like real action is happening when in fact almost nothing is being done apart from clever accounting and creative PR.” –Greta Thunberg