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At issue: should individual schools be able to buy more full-time staff members with foundation fundraising?
But is the era of approving almost every ballot measure with a new bond or tax increase for public services, from schools to the fire department, ending?
Fryer oil, the latest soaring food cost, puts local independent food carts like Mid-City Smash Burger and latke seller Sweet Lorraine's in a tough place when it comes to menu prices.
Money & Politics
With contributions capped, big players with names like Goodman, Kafoury, and Jubitz are writing small checks to candidates for city commissioner.
Dying isn't cheap. Here's the average cost of funerals, cremation, caskets, and obituaries in Oregon state.
State. Sen Betsy Johnson has a comfortable fundraising lead ... for now.
Elon Musk, world's richest edgelord, picked a fight with Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden. Here's what happened in the ensuing Twitter war.
Which machine are you raging against, brother? Starbucks?
Kafka could simply never.
Signs of the city's declining rent are especially evident in areas like downtown and Northwest.
In the Pearl, condo prices dropped more than 10 percent, back to their 2014 value.
And that's a good thing: the Oregon Cannabis Equity Act would help level the playing field for BIPOC communities.
As of this week, OED has announced a new app, a new act to give $500 to people who haven't gotten their claims, and there's a new lawsuit aimed at the department.
Financial expert Georgia Lee Hussey of Modernist Financial offers her tips.
The chief engagement officer has a message for the state’s largest school district. Is the city ready to listen?
We snooped around, from minimum wage earners to megamillionaires.
On July 1, we’re halfway through a seven-year stretch of minimum wage increases.
To fund or not to fund the government?
Portland Monthly Staff
Coinbase wants to be the bank of the future.
August & Wonder's beautiful brass sculpture responds to 11 stock market indices and four cryptocurrencies.