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Oregon's new distracted driving law took effect yesterday, and it means that using any cell phone, two-way radio, or other hand-held electronic device while you're driving can earn you a huge fine - $260 for [...]
TriMet's top boss Neil McFarlane got a raise this week, with the Board of Directors increasing his salary to $243,100 - and that's not counting his benefits, bonuses, or that neat $15,000 per month retirement [...]
We're still gathering the facts about reports of an altercation between a bus driver and passenger in Estacada which appeared on social media this week. It would be inappropriate for ATU to comment on this [...]
We've said it before and we'll unfortunately have to say it again - no transit worker should ever face discipline or termination for simply answering the call of nature. We encourage you to read this [...]
ATU 757 Demands TriMet Management Prioritize MAX Maintenance Inadequate attention to maintenance puts workers and the public at risk PORTLAND, Ore. -- Yesterday afternoon, TriMet riders started seeing the dreaded and all-too-familiar service alert – [...]
We are still waiting on a decision from the administrative law judge regarding UP-003-16 which includes retiree healthcare issues. It has been fully briefed and submitted to the administrative law judge.
Skimping, modifying or delaying doses can have serious health and medical consequences. Even multiple prescriptions, each fine by themselves, can have serious consequences. Feel free to check out the Seniors and Aging Issues Series, Presented by Oregon Alliance for Retired Americans Education Fund. Read [...]
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Subject: Oregon Alliance Prescription Drug Program Greetings Affiliates and Friends: Mark your calendars and plan to attend the next Seniors and Aging Issue Series program on medication and prescription safety June 15, 2017. Presented by Oregon Alliance for [...]