Northwest Passage: Measles Tracking, Hemp Legalization, Walden's Last Term, and Candy

Oct 31, 2019

(Clockwise, from top left:) Hemp planting; clock face nearing Daylight Saving Time; Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR); bowl of candy; Lane County ballot drop-off box
Credit OSU, Brian Bull, Greg Walden's office / OSU, KLCC, U.S. House

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In this week's edition of The Northwest Passage, Lane County businesses respond after being listed as measles exposure sites; Oregon's sole Republican Congressman, Greg Walden, creates a stir after announcing he's no longer running for office; Salem works to keep its water clean, safe, and resilient; and despite legislative action taken against it this year, Daylight Saving Time will take place in Oregon this weekend.

KLCC's Brian Bull, Anni Katz, Melorie Begay, and Chris Lehman review the news that was, and also talk about their favorite (and least) Halloween candy.

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