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Monday, June 8, 2009

Catching Up On The News

Posted by Matt Davis on Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 11:52 AM

Bah! So busy! It being Monday, we're chasing after a couple of big stories today in the Mercury news room but in the few seconds available it's my duty to inform you of the following:

RECALL CAMPAIGN GETS 500 VOLUNTEERS. Still no public relations person and as far as I can tell, the hangers-on are still hanging on. But campaign spokesman Jasun Wurster says the campaign now has $1225.99 in donations. “We feel that some people are waiting to see what the Oregon Attorney General's report finds," says Wurster, who is producing door hangers and training videos for the signature gatherers. "There is no guarantee that the AG's report will be issued anytime soon. More importantly, there is no guarantee that Sam Adams will voluntarily resign based on it's findings.”

WHY HOMELESS PEOPLE CHOOSE STREETS OVER SHELTER. From my new favorite blog.

LIKE A PERSISTENT WEED. There's a new media discussion board in town, less than a week after Oregon Media Insiders boss Lynn Siprelle quit her site over nasty trolls.

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