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Upcoming events

March 21, 2019 at 6:00 PM - Tigard Public Library - Tigard, OR

Tigard Community Listening Session

Your Community, Your Voice!

Join us for a community conversation about the new Tigard Triangle development and directly contribute to the prioritization of urban renewal projects in our neighborhood.

Free child care, dinner, and interpretation will be provided.

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 Tu Comunidad, Tu Voz! Conversación comunitaria sobre equidad

¡Queremos escuchar sus opiniones acerca de la equidad y el desarrollo en Tigard! Lo invitamos a participar en una conversación que contribuirá directamente al desarrollo de la comunidad y a las prioridades de los proyectos de renovación urbana en el área Triangulo de Tigard.

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March 28, 2019 at 6:00 PM - Large Conference Room at the Medford Library - Medford, OR

Driver's Licenses For All Community Forum

Join the movement to allow everyone in Oregon the right to a Driver's License!

 

The Equal Access to Roads Act (HB2015) would expand eligibility for a standard (Class C) driver license to all Oregon residents regardless of citizenship status. The proposed bill:

● Allows all Oregon residents who pass written and driving tests, pay the fees, and provides
proof of identity and residency to receive a standard driver license, regardless of citizenship
status.
● Provides protection to ensure a person’s information is secured and not shared with the
federal government.
● Includes an emergency clause so that the bill can address community needs as quickly as
possible.
● Provides anti-discrimination language to ensure a person isn’t targeted for having a Class C
license.
● Will have an implementation timeline beginning on January 1, 2021 to ensure success.




La Ley de acceso equitativo a las carreteras (HB2015) ampliará la elegibilidad para una licencia de conducir estándar (Clase C) a todos los residentes de Oregon, independientemente del estado de ciudadanía. El proyecto de ley propuesto:

● Permite que todos los residentes de Oregon que pasen los exámenes escritos y de manejo, paguen las tarifas y proporcionen prueba de identidad y residencia para recibir una licencia de conducir estándar, independientemente de su ciudadanía estado.

● Proporciona protección para garantizar que la información de una persona esté protegida y no se comparta con el Gobierno federal.

● Incluye una cláusula de emergencia para que la factura pueda abordar las necesidades de la comunidad tan rápido como posible.

Proporciona lenguaje contra la discriminación para garantizar que una persona no sea el objetivo de tener una Clase C licencia.

● Tendrá un cronograma de implementación a partir del 1 de enero de 2021 para garantizar el éxito.

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