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Right of Way in the Crosswalk: Legislative Solutions to Making the Cars Stop Without Entering the Killing Zone

by Ray Thomas, Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Attorney I. INTRODUCTION Why did the man on the curb with the dog glare angrily at the approaching…

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Bike Lanes Continue Through Intersections For Sure With New Legislative Proposal

When a person riding a bicycle gets right hooked in an intersection, the Oregon Vehicle Code contains a section that protects the cyclist’s right to…

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How to Avoid Being Cut Off SSI Benefits When You Get a Sum of Money

Sometimes a supplemental security income (SSI) recipient will become eligible to receive a moderate or large sum of money that could make them ineligible for…

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Workers' Compensation Tips #2

Workers’ compensation issues can be complex. This series provides the answers to some of the most common questions people ask about workers’ compensation. For more…

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Action for Disabled Special Immigrants Who Helped U.S. Military

Afghan and Iraqi citizens who provide assistance to U.S. troops in their countries may be able to enter the United States under Special Immigrant Visas…

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Did Social Security Send Someone to Spy on You?

The Social Security Administration hires state police to investigate some people who apply for disability benefits.  That doesn’t happen in every case—anecdotally, we only see…

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