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June 5, 2013Retirement gap will be difficult to closeThe Oregonian
May 29, 2013Talk Box: Planning for Retirement (VIDEO)KGW
May 6, 2013Beyond PERS: All Oregonians Deserve a Secure RetirementThe Oregonian
April 29, 2013Together we can battle sexual violencePortland Tribune
March 27, 2013Small Pharmacies Getting Squeeze from Goliath PBMsThe Lund Report
March 27, 2013A Big Dam Fight Ahead: Opponents of Oregon’s Green Energy Law are seeking a major change.Willamette Week
March 26, 2013House bill would make bike paths (and more) eligible for highway trust fundBikePortland.org
March 22, 2013Saving for retirement in Oregon could be like saving for collegeThe Oregonian
March 12, 2013Affordable higher ed needs more log-rollingThe Oregonian
February 27, 2013Oregon Lawmakers Consider Death Penalty RepealNW News Network
February 7, 2013Compression Bandage: Not having enough money is a problem most public schools in Oregon understand well. But having money they can’t get access to—that’s even worse. Willamette Week
February 8, 2012Pharmacist-backed bill by Portland Rep. Jules Bailey likely to stall in face of drug manager lobbyists, ad campaign The Oregonian
December 13, 2011Representative Jules Bailey Selected as One of Nation’s Top Pro-Growth Progressive LeadersNewDEAL Leaders
September 14, 2011Rep. Bailey guests on Comcast NewsmakersComcast Newsmakers
September 6, 2011Rep. Jules Bailey on Sustainability as a Business - not a Partisan - IssueGoGreen 11
July 22, 2011Precision Castparts, Rockwell Collins and Boeing Gresham supply the Dreamliner from OregonThe Oregonian
July 7, 2011Cool Schools plan is worth consideringLake Oswego Review
June 13, 2011Oregon House passes 'Cool Schools' bill establishing fund for energy efficient schoolsThe Oregonian
June 9, 2011Oregon green energy tax breaks face sweeping changes, cutbacksThe Oregonian
June 1, 2011The Morning Bull with Reps. Bailey and BentzKSRV Radio
May 27, 2011BETC facing massive cutbacksSustainable Business Journal
May 25, 2011Ore. Lawmakers: Don't put nuclear waste at HanfordSeattle Post-Intelligencer
May 23, 2011Portlands Clean Energy Works Efficiency Program Is WorkingGreen Posting
April 5, 2011Legislators work on $150M plan for green retrofits in schools Daily Journal of Commerce
March 29, 2011Efficiency gets lift from political efforts in OregonSustainable Business Oregon
March 28, 2011Oregon Celebrates Launch of Statewide Clean Energy Works ProgramUSDOE Press Release
March 23, 2011Care to Share Your Car? Ore. House Says YesKTVZ
March 17, 2011Oregon home brewers, winemakers can compete again: House gives final OKThe Oregonian
March 15, 2011'Cool Schools' for Oregon's futureThe Oregonian
March 14, 2011'Single payer' still their goalCorvallis Gazette-Times
March 1, 2011Conference focuses on cooperationGazette Times
February 8, 2011Lawmakers: School solar retrofits would pay offAssociated Press
January 30, 2011Bill proposes dissolving Oregon energy department Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce
January 25, 2011Oregon auto shop owner sits with Michelle Obama for State of the UnionThe Oregonian
January 20, 2011Often, 'little things' can escape notice in run-up to session The Statesman-Journal
January 14, 2011Kidical Mass recap: Politics, hot cocoa and kids on bikesbikeportland.org
January 13, 2011Rep. Jules Bailey works to amend Greenlick bill - Updatedbikeportland.org
January 8, 2011Energy-saving opportunities are everywhere, often missed, Oregon experts sayThe Oregonian
January 6, 2011Legislature may call for an end to state's DOESustainable Business Oregon
December 24, 2010Fixing the energy beast is doable in the 2011 sessionThe Oregonian
December 15, 2010Oregon in 'death spiral,' Gov.-elect John Kitzhaber tells business leadersThe Oregonian
December 7, 2010Think Out Loud: CompromiseOPB
November 29, 2010Open letter to Oregon's new chief: Continue to lead on greenSustainable Business Oregon
October 6, 2010The Unlikely Alliance for the Future of Clean Energy JobsSustainable Industries
August 18, 2010Energy advocates cheer Vestas decisionPortland Business Journal
August 17, 2010Measure 76: A historic success worth renewingThe Oregonian
July 19, 2010Oregon legislative leaders announce plan to restore some cuts to senior, disability programsThe Oregonian
July 5, 2010Northwest should lead America's clean-energy revolutionThe Oregonian
June 28, 2010Ban begins this week on sale of phosphate-laden dishwasher soap in Oregon, WashingtonThe Oregonian
May 24, 2010Oregon revenue director to chase tax cheats, but don't expect huge returnsThe Oregonian
April 21, 2010Fed grant gives Portland energy program statewide reach The Portland Tribune
April 5, 2010The New Model: Is Oregon's metropolis a leader among American cities or just strange? The Economist
April 4, 2010Governor signs small businesses aid billOregon Business Report
February 24, 2010Columbia River Crossing -- $100 million spent on planning without reaching 10 cents of consensus The Oregonian
February 10, 2010TriMet's Milwaukie MAX line could transform Portland, Clackamas County neighborhoodsThe Oregonian
February 7, 2010Limits sought on Energy Tax CreditThe Statesman Journal
January 11, 2010Merkley promotes locally inspired energy-efficiency planPortland Tribune
January 11, 2010Stimulus Money To Pay For Weatherization ProjectsOregon Public Broadcasting
November 22, 2009Seeking a high road after hope turns to hard times in OregonThe Oregonian
November 18, 2009Bailey vs. BaileyCapitol Currents Blog
October 27, 2009Western states split over cap and tradeThe Billings Gazette
October 21, 2009Ballot titles play it straightThe Register-Guard
August 14, 2009Getting stimulated into energy efficiencyThe Oregonian
August 11, 2009Merkley, Lugar cross party lines, introduce energy efficiency billThe Oregonian
August 9, 2009Columbia River Crossing: Where's the Debate?The Oregonian
June 30, 2009What the Legislature DidThe Oregonian
June 30, 2009How the Oregon Legislature Changed your LifeThe Oregonian
June 12, 2009Bill requires periodic review of most state tax creditsThe Statesman Journal
June 1, 2009Successes in OregonStand For Children
May 20, 2009Legislature orders green dishwasher detergentThe Register-Guard
April 30, 2009Low-cost home weather proofing gets test in PortlandThe Oregonian
February 18, 2009Building owners may get money for green projectsDaily Journal of Commerc
February 18, 2009Oregon bill encourages energy efficiency upgrades Associated Press
January 29, 2009New lawmaker offers 'green jobs' proposalPortland Tribune
January 6, 2009Oregon's New House Members Begin Legislative Service By Volunteering at Oregon Food Bank Office of the Speaker
December 7, 2008"Green? You ain't seen nothing, yet"The Oregonian

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Jules BaileyMultnomah County Commissioner Jules Bailey believes that effective policies and programs can help solve social challenges. He has been a strong advocate for progressive values and policies that improve the lives of working families. As a Multnomah County commissioner, Jules will continue fighting for programs that cut costs and save the county money while protecting our most vulnerable citizens. He will make sure county programs have clear, measurable goals, and make sure we're meeting them. And Jules will build on his work for cleaner air, safer streets, and solutions to poverty, homelessness, and mental illness. He is also a champion for the arts.

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