Government, HD32, politics

State Rep Mitchell, Sen. Wyden Town Halls in Washington County on Jan. 5

The Banks Public Library. Photo: Chas Hundley

BANKS - District 32 representative Tiffiny Mitchell (D-Astoria) wants to hear from her district’s voters, so she’s holding a series of listening sessions in January, including one at the Banks Public Library on Sunday, January 5, 2020 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Oregon’s legislative half session begins in February. Here is what Mitchell’s most recent newsletter outlines as her current legislative priorities.

Mitchell plans to introduce a bill giving physician assistants the right to practice in rural and frontier areas, the same as nurse practitioners.

Mitchell says passage of the bill would provide a benefit to many areas, including District 32, and that practicing physician assistants would expand access to health care. 

We rely on subscribers to keep the lights on in our independent newsroom. Join us with a digital subscription today.

Click here to subscribe.

A second bill would require contractors working on state projects . . .

You have reached content available exclusively to Banks Post digital subscribers.

Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access.

Already a subscriber? Login here.


The Miller Team
John L Scott Market Center