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Well, now that the City of Portland has finally decided to have camping areas for the homeless, the City leaders really shouldn't pat themselves on the back too much. This same idea was suggested several years ago by developer Homer Williams …

Antisemitism has no place in Oregon. Hate has no place in Oregon. We are a community that values diversity and stands united with our Jewish brothers and sisters. We have witnessed this rise in antisemitic attacks worldwide. We cannot be pass…

Reports indicate that the Regional Arts and Culture Council has recommended that the statue of Abraham Lincoln should not be returned to its place in the South Park Blocks. I hope that Commissioner Carmen Rubio, who oversees the city’s parks …

Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek has rightly announced she will declare a housing state of emergency in Oregon on her first day in office. State lawmakers also have identified the housing crisis as a top priority for the 2023 legislative session.

Natural resources, wasting gas, the recent general election and even the Adidas vs. Ye feud are on reader's minds.

Our readers believe trains should replace truck for moving freight and Congress should do more to fight obesity.

Readers believe neighbors are fighting 'middle class housing,' it's time to implement a climate plan, and more.

Trib readers opine that Measure 114 would reduce gun violence, police logs offer valuable insights, County First! seeks bipartisan dialogue, Medicare should address obesity, and the unemployment system makes no sense at all.

Tribune readers discuss earlier stories and columns, the November election, and much more.

Pegasus spyware, McLeod-Skinner and trash around homeless camps are on readers' minds this week.

Tribune readers sound off on outdoor dining, abortion, gas-burner stoves and Pacific Power.