It was in Washington, D.C., in the mid-1980s where Lisa Grove — today a political strategist and pollster but back then a fresh, idealistic Lewis & Clark graduate — learned a key commandment of the political game, and one that would later shape the success of her Portland-based political consulting firm.
In mid September, federal officials approved a controversial liquid natural gas project located on the Columbia River and in doing so set the stage for a potential legal battle between the state of Oregon and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
- Housing market still hurting
- PSU get record grant
- The new plastics
- Next: the GlideCycle
- Economist John Mitchell: The end of the way we were
- Deal Watch: Grant helps OSU research biofuel crops
- Employment services industry is shedding jobs monthly
- Rise of the LLCs
- Graphic: Higher wheat price lifts PDX grain traffic
- Air service returns to 2 rural towns
- State energy officials tilting at windmills
- Graphic: Oregon film and video industry grows 66%, 2002-07