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A 2018 legislative win for children who experience hearing loss will now impact adults too.

2018 Legislative Victory Has Ripple Effect The 2018 legislative session delivered a big win for children who experience hearing loss. Now that victory is having a ripple effect. It was expanded to include adults by the Department of Business and Consumer Services​ under rules required through the Affordable Care Act barring discrimination based on age. Hearing… Continue Reading A 2018 legislative win for children who experience hearing loss will now impact adults too.

Legislative Update, week three

Oregon and New Jersey are the only two states that don’t allow motorists to pump their own gas.  But that may be changing.  The proverbial camel’s nose nudged into tent when the 2015 legislature allowed self-serve in “low-population” counties after 6 p.m. and before 6 a.m.  On Friday, the House Committee on Transportation Policy considered… Continue Reading Legislative Update, week three