Local business owner Bob Huckaby and editor and publisher of BikePortland.org's Jonathan Maus join KATU's Steve Dunn Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012 to discuss ways to make the coexistence of bikes and cars on Portland's streets better and a proposed ballot measure requiring bicyclists to get licenses.
Dr. Rudy Crew, Oregon's first chief education officer joins KATU's political reporter Patrick Preston Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012 on "Your Voice, Your Vote."
Part 1 of the KATU gubernatorial debate between Rob McKenna and Jay Inslee.
Part 2 of KATU's gubernatorial debate between Rob McKenna and Jay Inslee.
Part 3 of our gubernatorial debate where the candidates were allowed to ask questions of each others.
Part 4 of our debate, where the candidates have to answer a series of rapid-fire questions.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley appears on "Your Voice, Your Voice" Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012 with KATU anchor Steve Dunn.
Bruce Polley of Stop Gillnets Now and Jim Wells of Salmon for All join KATU’s Steve Dunn on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 on Your Voice, Your Vote to discuss Measure 81 that would ban the use of gill nets on the Columbia River.
The Oregonian's political cartoonist Jack Ohman joins KATU's Steve Dunn Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012 on "Your Voice, Your Vote."
Each side of the contentious gun rights debate presented at least one major argument during Sunday's "Your Voice, Your Vote" to support its position.
Paul Stanford, the chief petitioner for Measure 80, aka the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, joins KATU's Patrick Preston, Sunday, July 22, 2012, to discuss the measure that will be on the ballot in November. Later in the show, Preston is joined by Portland City Commissioner Amanda Fritz and Dante James, Director of the city’s Office of Equity and Human Rights to discuss the progress of that office.
Kevin Mannix with Common Sense Oregon and Scott Moore with Our Oregon join KATU's Steve Dunn Sunday, July 15, 2012 to debate Oregon's estate tax and corporate kicker.
This week on "Your Voice, Your Vote:" A proponent and opponent of same-sex marriage discuss Washington's Referendum 74. Also, a Portland school board member discusses the proposed construction bond.
Panelists from both sides discuss President Barack Obama’s recent announcement that some illegal immigrants can now stay in the country legally if they meet certain conditions.