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Ann Arbor, MI, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

The lost boys of MacLaren: 124 years of records

MacLaren youth prison is no longer a reform school, but a question remains: what to do for the boys → Read More

Reading other people's emails

What is was like to read thousands of Cylvia Hayes' emails → Read More

Top 3 things to know about the Oregon Legislature

1.) The Senate passed a bill Thursday that would grant legal immunity to any person who calls 911 to help with a drug overdose situation. Senate Bill 839 provides that any “good Samaritan” in that scenario would not be arrested for drug possession, charged with a probation violation or have an outstanding warrant served against them. It enjoyed broad support, passing on a 26-4 vote, with just a… → Read More

Top 3 things to know about the Legislature

1.) The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that would require public colleges to offer at least two bachelor’s degrees that cost no more than $10,000 in tuition, fees, books and materials. House Bill 2971 passed unanimously and will now head to the Senate. 2.) The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that would require the Higher Education Coordinating Commission… → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown’s ethics reforms move forward

House Republicans won’t sign on to governor’s ethics package → Read More

Top 3 things to know about the Legislature

1.) The Senate passed a bill that would require companies that contract with state government to undergo training on equal pay laws and would allow employees of those companies to openly discuss their wages without retaliation. Senate Bill 491 passed unanimously and will now head to the House. 2.) The Senate voted 27-3 to pass a bill prohibiting suspension as a punishment for minor infractions… → Read More

Senate passes $7.255 billion education budget

Republicans object to budget, say schools need more money next year → Read More

Background checks for guns moves on to Senate

Senate Bill 941 would require background checks on private gun sales → Read More

Workers Notebook columnist says goodbye

Hannah Hoffman's last day at the Statesman Journal is April 10 → Read More

Hayes as FLO: What emails tell us about First Lady of Oregon

*First Lady of Oregon, Cylvia Hayes' preferred title in the Kitzhaber administration → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown releases reams of Cylvia Hayes emails

After months of media requests, records surrounding John Kitzhaber’s fiancee are exposed → Read More

The Oregon Legislature takes on sex in a modern world

Revenge porn, up-skirting and campus sexual assault make waves in the Capitol → Read More

Background checks for guns? Nope, just show your ID

Sen. Kim Thatcher introduces amendment that holds Senate Bill 941 until Monday → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown would fight Indiana law 'tooth and nail'

Brown: It must be clear that religious freedom does not allow discrimination of any kind → Read More

Gun owners divided on universal background checks

Senate Bill 941 inspires two hours of polarized testimony → Read More

What you need to know about Wednesday’s gun hearing

The when, where and how of testifying on Senate Bill 941 → Read More

Gov. Brown speaks out against Indiana law

America’s only bisexual governor says she is “offended” by “religious freedom” law → Read More

House passes $7.255 billion K-12 education budget

Republicans argue money is not enough for schools in 2015-17 → Read More

Top 3 things to know about the Legislature

1.) The House Committee on Judiciary held a public hearing Monday afternoon on a bill that would create a system for analyzing racial profiling in Oregon’s police system. House Bill 2002 would create a definition of profiling, establish a complaint process for people who feel they have been profiled and create a work group to study how to use the data collected. The bill has not yet had a work… → Read More

Sick leave issue stalling in Oregon Legislature

The two bills designed to give most Oregonians paid sick leave have stalled in the Oregon Legislature, as one has not moved out of its committee and the other has not been scheduled for its next hearing. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives have bills aimed at giving nearly all Oregon workers some paid time off if they’re sick. Senate Bill 454 got out of its committee last week and… → Read More