Eugene Rising, Part VI

How a Dumpster Fire Brought Eugene Together Before Tearing It Apart Again

News You Might Have Missed – February 12

This week: climate, policing, housing, and Eugene/Springfield’s newest union!

Essential for Survival: Measure 110 and the Queer Community

Oregon is building a new future that we all have a stake in, a future that seeks to mend the wounds inflicted by the war on drugs.

Drug Decriminalization Will Drastically Alter Oregon’s Public Funding

Essentially, jails such as the Lane County Jail in Eugene—which has been overbooked during the pandemic, and whose inmates already weren’t getting the proper care they needed—will begin losing funding once the law kicks in on Feb. 1st.