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Civil Liberties in a Blue State: Are We Safe?

Many have seen a plethora of restrictive policies being enacted across the country in recent years. Many are very concerned about the residents of those states, who must endure restrictive policies concerning health care, LGBTQIA2S+, trans rights, teaching U.S. history, books on library shelves, as well as efforts to block voting access, to name a few. These restrictive policies are happening in red states, right? It could never happen in Oregon, right? Maybe we shouldn’t be so confident. Come out and hear about a broad range of attacks from speakers who know what is happening. This program is not to…

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The Manufacturing Economy of Metro Eugene

Last year, Eugene was ranked as one of America’s “Top 5 College Towns.” However, while Eugene is a town with a college (or three), it is not simply a “University …

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Charting a Course for Foster Care in Oregon

While the number of children in foster care has been declining, nearly 5,000 youth remain in foster care across the State. Hundreds of these children continue to be placed in …

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A Town with a University, But More than a University

Spencers Butte

In the Sept. 7, 2023 issue of Eugene Weekly, City Club President Andrew Kalloch wrote about Eugene’s past and future, and how City Club’s goals for the 2023-24 program year will cover a range of city-centered issues. Read the article here.