But officials in the Obama administration and on Capitol Hill say there is one issue that may have enough cross-party appeal to break through the logjams. That issue is criminal justice reform.

The measure adding an Equal Rights Amendment to the Oregon Constitution won in Tuesday's election.

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Citizen-led initiatives to regulate GMOs in Hawaii, Oregon and Colorado face deep pockets of outside industry groups

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Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

Oregon ERA draws a quiet campaign

Although it has not attracted the campaign money or public attention that other measures on the Nov. 4 ballot have, Measure 89 would write a guarantee of women’s rights into the Oregon Constitution.

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