Rich Rodgers

Rich Rodgers has done policy and communications work on local, regional and state issues since 1994, including 11 years as an advisor to Portland City Commissioner Erik Sten. He now helps to run a consulting & technical training firm, and serves of the boards of Street Roots and the Northeast Community Child Development Center. Rich wrote his undergraduate history thesis at Yale on the lack of public involvement in major infrastructure decisions in historic African-American neighborhoods in Atlanta.


PublishedTitle Comments
Mar. 16, 2012Teachers Endorse Jefferson Smith for Mayor
Jun. 13, 2011Putting More Teeth Into Enforcement of Fair Housing Laws
Aug. 24, 2010Oregon Business Leaders Publish Report on Oregon's Business Climate
Aug. 05, 2010The Controversy Over Oregon's Gravity
Jun. 25, 2010One way that the City of Portland can help its high schools
Jun. 11, 2010Things We Might Cut Before We Close High Schools
Jun. 11, 2010Take a Time Out on High School Redesign
May. 01, 2010Why I'm Supporting Dan Saltzman for City Commissioner
Dec. 05, 2009Portland Geographic
Oct. 27, 200920 Million Health Benefits Programs is a Few Too Many
Sep. 29, 2009Linking Growth Management & Climate Change
Aug. 09, 2009Agreeing to Disagree on Health Care Reform
Jul. 27, 2009Are the Falsely Accused Required to be Polite to the Police?
Jul. 11, 2009The Unified Theory of Health Care Reform: A Wyden Plan with a Public Option and a Payroll Tax Cut?
Oct. 10, 2008Another Reckless Gamble by John McCain
Sep. 22, 2008This Land is Your Land: A better way to spend $1 trillion

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