Cascade in the Capitol: Columbia River Crossing Hearing Monday, Feb. 11

Governor John Kitzhaber’s proposed funding package for the Columbia River Crossing project (HB 2800) is up for a first hearing on Monday, February 11, at 3:00, in Hearing Room F at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. The hearing may go until 9:00 p.m. The Governor wants to sell bonds in the amount of $450 million for this project, to be paid by future gas tax funds. You can join the hearing in person or watch online. If you are interested in more information, contact John Charles.

For background, John Charles presented this testimony on the CRC project last March.

About Kathryn Hickok

Kathryn Hickok is Publications Director, Director of the Children’s Scholarship Fund-Oregon, and Development Coordinator at Cascade Policy Institute, Oregon's free market public policy research organization.
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One Response to Cascade in the Capitol: Columbia River Crossing Hearing Monday, Feb. 11

  1. jackson hash says:

    i am apposed to this bill. to much pork fat 100m do you think we the voters do not care i am an ex democrat. democrats do not fix any thing they just pass more bad bills on top of bad bills. fix what we already have paid for or leave it alone

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