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Associated Press Oregon Daybook for Tuesday, Jan. 14.

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Wednesday, Jan. 15 4:30 PM Health Share of Oregon public engagement meeting – Health Share of Oregon’s Board of Directors host a public engagement meeting, with agenda including a discussion on the transition to new health system partnerships

Location: Health Share of Oregon, 2121 SW Broadway, Portland, OR


Contacts: Stephanie Vandehey,, 1 503 416 3958


Wednesday, Jan. 15 – Friday, Jan. 17 Innovations in Technology Conference – Annual Innovations in Technology Conference (formerly the Technology Initiative Grants Conference), sponsored by the Legal Services Corporation, focusing on the use of technology to address the civil legal needs of low-income Americans

Location: Hilton Portland Downtown, 921 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR

Weblinks:,, #lscitc

Contacts: Carl Rauscher, LSC,, 1 202 295 1615, 1 202 510 1678



Friday, Jan. 17 12:00 PM CHC leads Congressional Delegation to investigate impact of ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy – Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairman Rep. Joaquin Castro and Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela lead Congressional delegation to Brownsville, TX, and Matamaros, Mexico, to investigate the impacts of the Trump Administration’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy and the use of tent court facilities to adjudicate ‘Remain in Mexico’ asylum cases. Delegation includes Democratic Reps. Peter DeFazio, Suzanne Bonamici, Ben Ray Lujan, Rosa DeLauro, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Nanette Diaz Barragan, Linda Sanchez, Grace Napolitano, Pete Aguilar, Norma Torres, Sylvia Garcia, Jesus Garcia, Sheila Jackson Lee, Brendan Boyle, Jimmy Panetta and Ed Case * Includes press briefing (12:00 PM CST), following a visit to asylum-seekers in Matamoros, which has the largest tent camp of its kind on the U.S.-Mexico border, a tour of tent court facilities in Brownsville, and discussions with families under the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Location: Xeriscape Park, Brownsville, TX


Contacts: Elena Pino, Congressional Hispanic Caucus,, 1 202 507 0273

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