2016 Oregon ballot looks to refight hot-button feuds like low carbon fuel standard

By Jonathan Cooper, The Associated Press, via The Register-Guard.

SALEM — Oregon’s 2016 ballot looks to be filled with hot-button initiatives that have left voters sharply divided in the past.

Ballot measures on corporate taxes, the minimum wage, union rights and immigration all could appear. So could other issues new to voters, like repealing a carbon-reduction program and liquor privatization.

It’s still early, however, and very few initiative organizers have started collecting signatures.