A new study by University of Washington economists suggests that Seattle’s aggressive increases in the minimum wage have led to fewer hours for low-wage workers. Read about the study on the Oregon Prosperity Project website.
After months of negotiation, the Legislature passed an eight-year transportation plan that will invest nearly $3 billion in our roads and bridges and hundreds of millions in transit, safe routes to schools, electric vehicles, and more.
Every day, government actions influence the quality of life for Oregonians. The Oregon Prosperity Project helps educate Oregonians about important economic issues and engage them in the political process.
The first YEBW camp of the summer started July 9 at the University of Portland with camps to follow at the University of Oregon (July 23-29) and Oregon State (August 6-12). Students develop leadership, professional and life skills.