SCOTUS Clarifies Requirements for Obtaining Injunctive Relief Under the NLRA

By Joshua Waugh & Lex Shvartsmann Barran Leibman LLP Law June 18, 2024 — On June 13, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Starbucks Corporation v. McKinney, confirming the heightened standard the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) must meet to obtain a preliminary injunction against employers charged with unfair labor […]

County votes to limit agriculture

Linn County Commission Votes to Restrict Agriculture By Oregonians for Food and Shelter, Linn County approved a new restriction on large poultry farms, only allowing sites to obtain the state’s water quality permit if they are more than a mile from any existing residential structure. This is Oregon’s first local […]

Serial thieves plague Portland, churches

By Taxpayers Association of Oregon Foundation, A burglar broke into St. Michael the Archangel Church in downtown Portland three times in one week and stole sacred items.  The church is offered a $1,000 reward for return of its sacred tabernacle and a holy item inside it.  It was later discovered […]

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