Unlike prior iterations of Disarm, this year’s movement is based fully on abolition rather than reform.
The bill now awaits a signature from Oregon Gov. Kate Brown before it goes into law.
ASUO’s executive and legislative bodies have criticized the University of Oregon Police Department this year, leading them to reconsider the department’s role in providing shuttle services to students.
“All of the bills this year are going to go into effect pretty much immediately and are going to have tangible impacts,” ASUO State Secretary Maya Ward said.
Five of the Oregon Student Association’s bills have made it out of the Oregon House of Representatives Education Committee, OSA shared on Marc…
ASUO voted to end its student agreement with the UO athletics department in January, marking the end of a long history of student government funds covering athletics tickets
Although ASUO President Isaiah Boyd is running unopposed for a second term, there’s a handful of races for students to watch in the upcoming ASUO election.
Although ASUO will fund the statewide public interest advocacy group through next year, ASUO’s vote against putting OSPIRG on the ballot poses questions about OSPIRG’s future