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Oregon State Legislature News and Information

​Representative Paul Evans

Democrat - District 20 - Salem

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1420
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE,​ H-281, Salem, Oregon 97301

Showing Civics Proficiency Benefits StudentsStatesman Journal3/2/2017
Local legislators: Here's what you need to know about the upcoming sessionStatesman Journal1/29/2017
Voters Say Yes To VeteransPolk County Itemizer-Observer11/15/2016
Memorial Day service at the Deparment of Veterans AffairsStatesman Journal 5/30/2016
American Legion Hosts Memorial Day Service in DallasStatesman Journal5/30/2016
Legislators Sound Off On Minimum WagePolk County Itemizer Observer3/24/2016
Meaningful hope for Oregon veteransSalem Weekly3/17/2016
As session winds down, Oregon lawmakers approve tax break program for rural industrial developmentEugene Register-Guard3/4/2016
City Council Chooses Police Facility SiteStatesman Journal3/1/2016
Successes, Struggles In First SessionPolk County Itemizer-Observer7/15/2015
Memorial Day EventsPolk County Itemizer-Observer5/20/2015
Gun bill receives Brown's signaturePortland Tribune5/13/2015
Should Oregon get into the retirement account business?Portland Tribune4/24/2015
Affordable housing bill crosses big hurdlePortland Tribune4/23/2015
Local business owners concerned over $15 wageWillamette LIve4/15/2015
Evans, Huckestein host discussion on local educationStatesman Journal4/1/2015
Lawmaker proposes statewide test similar to citizenship test The Bend Bulletin3/12/2015
Brown's motor voter bill goes to SenatePortland Tribute2/20/2015
Pay security sought for deployed public employeesStatesman Journal2/20/2015
Paul Evans: From Communications Instructor to Freshman State Representative Chemeketa Courier2/18/2015
Rookie Representative - District 20’s Paul Evans gears up for his first legislative sessionPolk County Itemizer-Observer1/13/2015
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