Support the Oregon State Bank

Sign on to our petition to show your support for the Oregon State Bank, and to let our elected leaders know that Oregonians of all backgrounds support this commonsense solution for the State’s economy.

Goal: 3000 4000

We, the undersigned, call upon our state elected officials to end our state’s dependency on Wall Street. We call on you to support the Oregon State Bank as a commonsense way to get credit flowing to Oregon farmers and small businesses.
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Number Date Name Why do you think Oregon …
3266 Mon Sep 03 15:14:54 EDT 2012 Bobby The Wall Street dominated financial system that was suppose provide financial stability has in fact led to instability. There seems to be a crisis every 3 yrs or less. 1987 stock market crash, the S&L; More….
3265 Mon Sep 03 12:29:50 EDT 2012 Mary Stromquist Recycling the earnings of Oregonians inside Oregon promises economic gain and resilience for our state, much as spending at local businesses does, rather than donating our hard work to fattening the pockets More….
3264 Wed Aug 29 16:18:59 EDT 2012 Liam Doherty-Nicholson Anything to take the power back from those greedy bankers and in to the hands of the people.
3263 Tue Aug 28 13:23:48 EDT 2012 Anonymous To reclaim the power of the individual and to demonstrate to other States how to do the same.
3262 Tue Aug 14 20:12:44 EDT 2012 Marshall Fox Keep people’s money in Oregon, not in the New York Stock exchange.
3261 Mon Aug 13 14:54:09 EDT 2012 Tony Veldhuizen State Bank is a most vital avenue to getting our state money (at least) to work for the people instead of just for the profit of invisible corporations. Credit Unions have been doing this for a More….
3260 Wed Aug 08 01:36:16 EDT 2012 Tara Egan I think the ND model is one for the entire nation. When it works, follow a proven leader.
3259 Tue Aug 07 01:37:42 EDT 2012 michael schulte It would return monies to the state general fund just like in North Dakota on an annual basis. We need the additional funds.
3258 Fri Aug 03 01:17:53 EDT 2012 Sharon Hasenjaeger It puts the state’s money to good use.
3257 Fri Jul 27 06:50:23 EDT 2012 Marih Alyn-Claire We need to develop local monetary resources that are concentrated and utilized in our local economy. We must end the Federal Reserve System of Banking ( which is actually private) and put the More….
3256 Wed Jul 25 15:50:35 EDT 2012 Deborah Rogers I think local is better than federal or multi-national.
3255 Tue Jul 24 02:49:06 EDT 2012 Tiffany Partridge
3254 Sat Jul 21 16:11:59 EDT 2012 Anonymous The privatized banks are doing the type of lending reguired for start-ups and small businesses to start hiring more Oregonians. The privatized banks are doing what capitalist institutions do simply make More….
3253 Sun Jul 15 21:06:56 EDT 2012 Anonymous Keep our money at home and out of the control of the federal reserve.
However if the money would get into the control of Oregon state workers unions or politicians then I would want no part of it.
Their More….
3252 Sun Jul 15 12:17:31 EDT 2012 Andrea
3251 Sun Jul 15 06:15:16 EDT 2012 Anonymous The North Dakota public bank sounds wonderful. I would like to know if public credit unions do somewhat the same thing.
3250 Mon Jul 09 16:12:21 EDT 2012 Laurie Dougherty
3249 Tue Jul 03 19:03:53 EDT 2012 Jean Gargan promotion of local lending and jobs creation
3248 Tue Jun 26 16:35:29 EDT 2012 Thomas Gregg
3247 Sun Jun 24 10:40:13 EDT 2012 David Carter Private banks are for-profit institutions that work for their own interests. Public money should be kept in a publicly owned bank where it can work for the people.
3246 Mon Jun 04 20:03:46 EDT 2012 Mike Volpe
3245 Mon Jun 04 17:36:43 EDT 2012 Frederick Olson
3244 Mon May 28 11:44:41 EDT 2012 Daniel Hopkins 205 –>204Publicly owned banks of India, China and Brazil helped those countries weather the banking crisis afflicting most of the rest of the world in the last few years. Why are we not doing this? It makes sence.
3243 Sun May 27 15:16:00 EDT 2012 Joel Brandon
3242 Sun May 27 14:58:15 EDT 2012 Anonymous
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