Timber Unity sits down with governor with its own plan to reduce Oregon emissions

Julie Parrish, a former state legislator now working with Timber Unity, speaks at group's Capitol rally on Thursday, Feb. 6. (Jaime Valdez/Pamplin Media)

SALEM — An Oregon activist group that opposes a state plan to clamp down on greenhouse gas emissions presented Gov. Kate Brown Thursday with its own ideas of how to cut emissions.

Lawmakers are considering a proposal to limit and . . .

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