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Dear friends, The legislature passed the Sine Die resolution on Friday, March 7 officially closing the 2014 February session. This short session was a far cry from how it was sold to voters as being necessary for budget rebalancing and sound policy ideas. Instead what occurred was a non-inclusive process crippling not only bi-partisan efforts for compromises, but also more importantly, the ability for public participation. The comparisons between this session and the last February session, when the House had an even 30-30 split and co-governance, were striking. READ MORE...


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Representative Johnson Describes the 2014 Session

Saturday, March 15th, 2014 @ 11:56AM

Dear friends, The legislature passed the Sine Die resolution on Friday, March 7 officially closing the 2014 February session. This short session was a far cry from how it was sold to voters as being necessary for budget rebalancing and sound policy ideas. Instead what occurred was a non-inclusive process…

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Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

Join Us!

Join us for a kick-off party on behalf of Representative Mark Johnson We are so thankful for all of your...

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Friday, February 28th, 2014

Rep. Johnson Explains “No” Vote on HB 4054

For Immediate Release February 28, 2014 Contact: Cassandra Kornacki 503-986-1452 SALEM—In the 2013 legislative session, I was one of 8...

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Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Oregon GMO Labeling Initiative is Backward

The Register Guard Wednesday, February 26, 2014 SALEM-The folks throughout Oregon who want a vote of the people on labeling...

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2014 Legislative Survey

Your opinion will help make a difference! There is much to be done at the state level to ensure House District 52 is getting the attention it needs and deserves. I hope you will take a moment to review and respond to the survey to tell me what is most important to you.TAKE SURVEY...

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