Monthly Archives: February 2013

HB 2451 – It Requires Fairness For All

HB 2451, introduced in the Oregon legislature on January 14, 2013, will provide all Oregonians with greater protection than currently exists, the right to have every Oregon lawsuit presided over by an impartial judge or panel of judges.  The right … Continue reading

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The Tale Of Two Bill: SB 369 And HB 2451

Of the many bill that have been introduced into the 2013 Oregon legislature, two bills deserve following, SB 369 and HB 2451.  Those bills will show how the legislature intends to deal with PERS in the 2013 session. SB 369, was introduced … Continue reading

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The Legislators, The Judges and PERS Reform

There is a lot of discussion these days about PERS reform legislation by the 2013 legislature.  The legislators, however, point out that their ability to reform PERS is subject to approval of the Oregon Supreme Court.  Today, all of the … Continue reading

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HB 2451 – It Puts The Right To Impartial Judges Above Special Interest Groups

HB 2451 will protect, to the greatest extent possible, the right of every Oregonian to have court cases decided by judges who are impartial.  An impartial judge is a fundamental right that exists in almost every Oregon lawsuit.  But the … Continue reading

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