Summary: A weekly podcast from the Oregon legislature by two Democratic State Senators, Jeff Golden and Shemia Fagan, aiming to bridge the gap between the Capitol and the people.
The team discusses what took place during a recent floor debate on two highly contentious bills.
Senator Sara Gelser joins the show to talk about how children are being treated under state supervision and what needs to change.
Senator Fagan's son Alton joins the show to talk about the process of how a bill becomes a law.
Sen. Golden and Sen. Fagan discuss the previous week in the Legislature and what's next for the Student Success Act.
Public service workers join Sen. Fagan to discuss their thoughts on PERS and the impact it has on their lives.
The team breaks down the recent drama in the Senate and how it will impact business going forward.
Rep. Karin Power joins the show to go in-depth about HB 2020 and its potential impact on Oregon.
Sen. Fagan and Sen. Golden recap the hours long debate over the Student Success Act in the House and where it goes from here.
Rep. Barbara Smith Warner joins the show to discuss the Student Success Act and what it means for Oregon schools moving forward.
Senator Fagan and Senator Golden provide a mid-session update on current legislative issues and a sneak peek at what's to come as the end of session nears.
House Majority Leader Rep. Jennifer Williamson joins the show to discuss current legislation that seeks to prevent gun violence in Oregon.
Senator Michael Dembrow joins the show to talk about how Oregon is leading the way on making the national popular vote possible.
The team discusses how Oregon is taking steps to bring universal healthcare to the state as well as providing updates on other legislative issues.
The team discusses how everyday Oregonians can get involved in their government and make their voices heard.
Senators James Manning and Floyd Prozanski join the show to discuss the latest criminal justice package and how it will impact Oregon's incarcerated youth.