The most important thing, ... is that you share Oregon?s commitment to our environment in creating sustainable communities and industries that will deliver success today with respect to preserving our quality of life for the future.
As long as the sun rises over Ontario and sets over the Pacific, I will dedicate myself to bringing the people of Oregon what they want and need most - an era of hope, change, and economic renewal.
When the 2005 Rule was announced, I made it clear that the federal government's actions placed an unfair and unnecessary burden on states that would amount to a price tag of millions of dollars and result in piecemeal management of federal forest land.
As Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Oregon National Guard - with more than 1300 Guard troops and many other Oregon soldiers deployed overseas - it is my responsibility to ask whether our national leadership, which had a plan for starting this war, also has a plan for ending it.
The Administration should never have walked away from the Kyoto Treaty. Global warming is real and it is here today. The facts aren't the issue. The policy is the issue. I think the Administration's policy on global warming is dead wrong.
A new beginning for this region and for this company.
Amy?s Kitchen is a great victory for the Rogue Valley, ... This company is exactly the kind we want to recruit and retain in Oregon. It?s a tremendous fit, because a lot of the company?s suppliers are from Oregon.
Elections are about choosing sides, but inaugurations are about closing ranks.
The power to shape Oregon's future remains where it has always been - in our collective hands.