This OPB article and Bike Portland lawsuit might be interesting to people and their loved ones who walk, cycle, or drive in Portland, Oregon, and maybe beyond.
OPB News article: “Lawsuit Claims Portland Illegally Lets Drivers Park Too Close To Intersections,” by Donald Orr OPB Feb. 24, 2020 (archived here.).
Take a look at the future:
“Automation tools are enabling Washington D.C. to publish its laws much faster: A process that once took months can now be completed by a single person in just one week,” by By Colin Wood, from States Scoop, 1/12/18:
Many new Oregon laws affecting sick leave, birth control, recreational marijuana, vaping, grandparents, bestiality, early termination fees when you die, and much more are effective January 1, 2016.
How do you find out what these new laws are?
Search online. Here are some keywords to search: new laws oregon 2015 2016 (limiting your results to the past year will get rid of a lot of the old stuff)
Read a Book, Read the Law:
The history of protest goes back to the beginning of human time (check out the Flintstones if you doubt me).
You can also click on the “Bills Signed by Governor Kitzhaber (2013)” line for a full view of the data-set. (This link may change over time. If so, visit the Oregon Governor’s website to find new URL.)
You can read the Governor’s signing statements, too.