Bernstein's appearance is being sponsored by the Oregon Center for Public Policy and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.
What does OCPP stand for?
OCPP stands for Oregon Center for Public Policy
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- Office of Civilian Personnel Operations
- Office of Computer Processing Operations
- Organizacion Comunista Poder Obrero (Spanish: Communist Organization Workers Power)
- Ohio Chief Probation Officers Association
- Office of Career Planning and Placement (various universities)
- Ohio Conference for Payroll Professionals
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- Organic Crop Producers and Processors (now Pro-Cert Organic Systems, Ltd.; Canada)
- Original Ceiling Priority Protocol (RTOS scheduling)
- Office of the Chief Plant Protection Officer (Australia)
- Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice
- Oakland County Parks and Recreation (Michigan)
- Office of Community and Patient Relations (Stanford University Medical Center)
- Office of Conflict Prevention and Response (USAID)
- Only Cool People Read (reading promotion)
- Optical Control Plane Requirements (Sprint)
- Oklahoma College Public Relations Association
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The Oregon Center for Public Policy, a left-leaning think tank based in Silverton, noted that while 60 percent of jobs lost during the recession were middle-wage, low-wage jobs accounted for 58 percent of the jobs created in the post-recession recovery.
The single-sales factor method, initially adopted by the Legislature in 2001 and later refined, reduced Nike's taxes by 90 percent, said Chuck Sheketoff, executive director of the nonprofit think tank Oregon Center for Public Policy, which advocates for low-income residents.
Byline: The Register-Guard The Oregon Center for Public Policy, a left-leaning think tank based in Silverton, is drawing attention to a study that ranks Oregon's income tax system among the nation's most regressive - that is, it places a disproportionate burden on the poor.
67, according to the nonpartisan Oregon Center for Public Policy.
Workers with wages just above the new minimum may also see their pay rise in response to the raising of the wage floor, said Chuck Sheketoff, executive director of the Oregon Center for Public Policy, which advocates for low-income residents.
The state economic information presented in the insert takes a very narrow view that can be misleading, said Chuck Sheketoff, executive director of the Oregon Center for Public Policy, a nonprofit group that focuses on economic issues and advocates for low-income Oregonians.
The Silverton-based Oregon Center for Public Policy reminded the public on Monday that a gas and diesel tax increase is on its way.