NOTE: In Person at Medford Public Library
The April SOCAN General meeting – our first in-person meeting since the COVID crisis – will feature members of the SOCAN Federal and State project team reporting on which proposals are alive, which are not, and what climate conscious Oregonians can do to help those proposals that deserve our support.
After a hard-fought race for Governor in 2022, and a campaign in which she highlighted support for climate action, Tina Kotek was triumphant against two candidates who both campaigned against climate action. Although the climate crisis is non-partisan, the Democratic Party as a whole embraced climate action while the opposition campaigned against it. The 2023 Legislative session in Salem reflects this dichotomy. By late April, we will know which proposals have a chance for passage and which have none; we will know by this meeting which proposals are moving and could use rural Oregonian help, and which are not.
The program will be held at the Medford Public Library on Tuesday April 25th from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. There is no charge for attending.
SOCAN meets monthly with speakers on topics related to climate change. These meetings are free and open to the public.