OpEd: A Stable Rainy Day Fund Should be Oregon's Priority

Op-Eds | Brent |


A sense of anticlimax surrounds the recent legislative session, tainting an otherwise productive assembly. Political discourse in the final weeks centered on the so-called "grand bargain," a proposed compromise in which Republicans would help raise $200 million in revenue, mostly by restricting tax deductions, in exchange for Democrats enacting an additional package of PERS reforms that would cut the system's unfunded liability by $5 billion...

Read the full article on OregonLive.com