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  • $10 is Not Enough - Duration: 0:31.

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,643 views
    Wall street banks and some large corporations doing business in Oregon have been paying just $10 a year in the corporate minimum tax--since 1931, more than some banks charge in one late fee. This J...
  • Approve Referendum 71 - Duration: 0:33.

    • 5 years ago
    • 41 views
    This election, Approve Referendum 71 to protect marriage equality.
  • 2009 Progressive Innovation Ballie Award: Our Oregon - Duration: 1:25.

    • 5 years ago
    • 56 views
    For coordinating successful, entrepreneurial opposition to eight regressive and anti-labor measure, Our Oregon is the recipient of our 2009 Progressive Innovation Ballie Award.
  • 2009 State Leadership Honoree: Honorable Booth Gardner - Duration: 3:32.

    • 5 years ago
    • 745 views
    For using the ballot initiative process as it was intended through open, transparent, public dialogue about a critical issue on the Washington Death with Dignity Campaign, the Honorable Booth Gar...
  • 2009 Courage Ballie Award: Dr. Marv Buehner & Tiffany Campbell - Duration: 1:47.

    • 5 years ago
    • 120 views
    For never backing down from their brave and vocal opposition to a South Dakota abortion ban, Dr. Marv Buehner and Tiffany Campbell are the recipients of our 2009 Courage Ballie Award.
  • 2009 National Integrity Ballie Award: NAACP Legal Defense Fund - Duration: 2:51.

    • 5 years ago
    • 88 views
    For upholding a fair and democratic initiative process through successful cases exposing the fraudulent signature gathering efforts of anti-equality crusader Ward Connerly, the NAACP Legal Defense ...
  • Taken For A Ride - Duration: 0:34.

    • 5 years ago
    • 37 views
    Plans to outlaw equal opportunity dont help us, they mainly help one person—Ward Connerly. Connerly paid himself over $7 million from nonprofit slush funds, and now is facing an investigation of h...
  • He Wins We Lose - Duration: 0:31.

    • 5 years ago
    • 14 views
    Behind the big promises, Ward Connerly used nonprofit slush funds to pay himself more than $7 million dollars. Connerly also landed no bid contracts worth over a million dollars from raced based g...
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