|CALENDAR STATUS: Active|
|Multnomah County v. Elizabeth Trojan|
|2850 Broadway NE, Salem, OR 97303 Case 4|
|Daniel W Meek and Linda K Williams on behalf of Ron Buel, David Delk, James Ofsink, Juan Carlos Ordonez, Jim Robison, Moses Ross, Elizabeth Trojan, and Seth Woolley |
Katherine Thomas on behalf of Multnomah County
Gregory A Chaimov on behalf of Associated Oregon Industries, Alan Mehrwein, Portland Business Alliance, and Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors
Statement of Issues:
|(1) Do the restrictions in Section 11.60 and Ordinance No. 1243 on contributions and expenditures violate the rights of free expression under Article I, section 8, of the Oregon Constitution, or the First Amendment to the United States Constitution?|
(2) Do the disclosure requirements in Section 11.60 and Ordinance No. 1243 constitute impermissible compelled speech under either constitution?
(3) Are the payroll deduction provisions of Section 11.60 and Ordinance No. 1243 preempted by ORS 652.610, which limits an employer's authority to make payroll deductions?
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