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Carl in the Morning

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Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain on TPP and 2014 elections. Oregonian reporter Rob Davis goes inside his series on oil trains traveling though the area. Weasel of the Week! Plus, Day in History: The California Gold Rush.

Amy Ruiz of Oregon United for Marriage updates the campaign for marriage equality. BloggerDylan Hydes on Chris Christie. Day in History: The Pueblo.

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse vies for a seat on the Washington County Commission. Willamette Week focuses on Mayor Charlie Hales and urban renewal. Recall Elections Blogfounder Josh Spivak on the Christie scandal.

Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio back in district. Carl reveals this week's "Silly Bastards." Day in History: the first Republican nominee for president (and it wasn't Lincoln). Plus Jefferson Smith's "Thank You Democracy".

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bob Dingethal kicks off campaign to win back Washington's 3rd CD for the Democrats. Good News Monday!

SEIU's Heather Conroy on battling "Right to Work for Less" in Oregon. Charles Montgomery, author of Happy City, talks about urban design and happiness. Weasel of the Week!

More Republican insensitivity toward women. Oregon House District 20 candidate Paul Evans hopes to add to Dem majority in Salem. Do you know who Abigail Scott Duniway was? You should!

Surprise ally in fight to raise the minimum wage. Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio speaks out against TPP and fast track. State Senator Ginny Burdick previews the 2014 session as she continues to push for gun safety legislation.... more

It's Tuesday! Time for Silly Bastards! Attorney Mike Godwin, author of "Godwin's Law." Activist Joel Shapiro on Oregon's progress fighting human trafficking. Plus, Jefferson Smith's "Thank You Demcracy" starting at 9am PT.

Latest on Bridge-gate. Blue Oregon's Carl Axtman "Spans the State," including update on LNG siting. Good News Monday! Jamie Love, advocate for medicine access, on Big Pharma's preventing cheap AIDS drugs from getting to patients.

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