*If you are over 21.
From the Oregon Bus Project:
The Oregon Bus Project and the Portland Mercury team up again Tuesday, October 30th to offer you an evening of rousing debate about the OLCC. This debate is the fifth in the monthly Debate Club series held at rontoms on 600 E. Burnside (this month’s at 8pm).
The raucous democracy showdown of our monthly Debate Club continues as we dig into Oregon’s alcohol policies. The debate itself will be filled with snappy questions and quick rebuttals. Rich Rodgers, Senior Staffer for Commissioner Erik Sten, will be moderating the debate and keeping the peace as the panelists face-off. It’s not a new issue, but for the first time in recent history, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission is considering ways to modify those regulations. Panelists include Cary Clarke of PDX Pop Now!, an OLCC representative and others with the issue. The OLCC is taking public input on the regulations until mid-November.
Debate Club was created by the Bus Project and Portland Mercury to spark public discussion on pressing topics and engage young people in citizen-driven political activity.
Debate Club will be held at rontoms (600 E. Burnside) at 8 PM on Tuesday, October 30th. Free! **BIG apologies to anyone under 21! The OLCC has mandated that event be 21 and over only.
Please contact Tara Sulzen with any and all questions: (503) 233-3018 or firstname.lastname@example.org