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    Clackamas County Commissioners Drive Effective Governance

    Clackamas County Commissioners Drive Effective Governance

    Published in Wilsonville Spokesman  Clackamas County benefits from five commissioners who collaborate effectively, alongside a county administrator who ensures processes proceed smoothly. The county commission took a stand against Measure 110, advocating for significant changes to better align its objectives....

    Clackamas Won the Fight Against the Decriminalization of Killer Drugs…But the Fight Isn’t Over

    The people of Oregon have won a hard-fought battle against the nightmare of drug decriminalization. Governor Tina Kotek will sign House Bill 4002 into effect which officially recriminalizes the possession of illicit substances. After three devastating years of Measure 110,...

    The ‘Clackamas Way’ for Tackling Homelessness

    With Oregon racking up one of the nation's highest homelessness rates, no county in Oregon has been unaffected by this harrowing epidemic. It’s a statewide issue. Just a few years ago, Multnomah County and Clackamas County were in a similar position. After taking...

    Putting Public Safety First

    In Clackamas County, public safety isn't just a talking point thrown around to win cheap political points – it's a priority. This commission has remained steadfast in its commitment to end the importation of disastrous policies of Portland Creep. This...

    Just Say No to Measure 110

    It’s well past time to admit the obvious: Measure 110, which decriminalized extremely dangerous drugs, has been a disaster. Presented to voters as the “Drug Addiction and Recovery Act,” this ill-conceived measure is actively destroying the quality of life for...

    Clackamas County Considers Recriminalizing Drugs: Measure 110 in the Hot Seat

    Published in Willamette Week Clackamas County Commissioners are deliberating on potentially overturning Oregon's drug decriminalization law amidst concerns over a surge in drug overdoses. Measure 110, which reduced penalties for drug possession, is under scrutiny as officials weigh its impact...

    Clackamas County Takes a Stand: Two Ballot Measures to Revisit Drug Decriminalization Law

    Published on KGW.com Clackamas County commissioners have greenlit two pivotal ballot measures for the upcoming May election, inviting voters to weigh in on the future of Oregon's drug decriminalization law, Measure 110. Amidst growing concerns over the law's impact on...

    Are Our Kids Supposed to be Social Experiments for Oregon’s New Drug Law?

    Over the past couple of weeks, law enforcement officials and prosecutors from throughout Oregon have started to realize the aftermath of Measure 110’s passage in last November’s general election. The bottom line is that it will drastically affect their ability...