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    Oregon Trail Expansion

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    Oregon Trail Introduction: During the 19th century, America started territorial expansion,which evolved the South Oregon area where The United Stated brought from Napoleon. Thus, during these periods, the process of expanding provided a lot of new opportunities for the mass who lived in east to obtain totally new life. Then, Oregon Trail, a key of that expansion was created and named by later generations. Oregon Trail is a legend of American, but it is the truth story. At that time, people who traveled from east to northwest struggled in the trail and enjoyed the new life in the Northwest. This great migration was composed by American’s intelligence, various obstacles, and American’s…

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    I Only Picked This Because I’m From Oregon The film “how to die in Oregon” directed by Peter Richardson (as Perter D. Richardson) in 2011, was a first person narrative that examines the stories about the first state to have the legalization if physician-assisted suicide, which Oregon allowed with the passing of Death with Dignity Act in 1994. Richardson spent four years collaborating a touching, tender, and moving story of those who do not wish to kill themselves but to take their lives into…

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    CROSS-BORDER SHOPPING FROM WASHINGTON STATE TO OREGON STATE Introduction Tax policy is one strategy that states have to increase their competitiveness. From the 50 states nationwide, only five states do not impose sales tax or have a 0% sales tax rate; they are Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon. Without sales tax, people can buy in these five states without spending extra money on tax and they can have extra ‘money’ for saving or spending on other goods. Compared to some other…

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    The Death with Dignity Act has recently caused a controversy in the United States. The act was first legalized in Oregon in 1993. Over the years it has been legalized in four other states. Brittany Maynard sparked the controversy in 2014 when she expressed her right to end her life with physician-assisted suicide. The Death with Dignity Act provides terminally ill patients the right to choose to end their own life with drugs prescribed by a physician. The controversy is not over but has been…

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    A Oregon has a marvelous agriculture including many crops and animals. Oregon has two main crops; hazelnuts and pears. Hazelnuts are the state nut. Hazelnuts are high in protein and fiber. 95% of America’s hazelnuts are produced in Oregon. Another important crop is the pear, the state’s fruit. Oregon is 2nd in the nation for pear production. Cows are an important part of Oregon’s agriculture. Oregon is in the top five for milk quality. Cows produce 6.5 gallons of milk everyday! Milk is also the…

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    Children of the River Technology: They had weapons, guns,knives,cars. They had motocycles in Camboldia.Grandmother and younger Aunt had to leave Camboldia to, get on a ship and go to the United states. They had telephones they did not have cell phones at that time, and they did not have telephones in Camboldia just in the United states. That’s why she got a letter in the mail telling Sundara that her sister was safe,Sundara did not here from her parents in that letter. Culture:Hot in…

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    Oregon is familiar to my country, because “The Love from Oregon,” Japanese TV drama, was a smash hit. “The Love from Oregon” is a fiction that Japanese Americans grow their own food and exist on that in the wild nature and seek an uncomplicated happiness through their lives under primitive conditions. So when I heard a word Oregon, I pictured the prairie. It seemed to be too rich in nature for me to live. While I clicked several websites, I figured out that my pictures were wrong; real pictures…

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    Physician-Assisted Suicide Introduction Assisted suicide has been a debated topic for many decades now. Oregon was the first state in the union to allow for a physician to write a lethal prescription to end a terminally ill patients life (Volker, 2007). Since that time four other states have followed suite with similar or their own versions of legislation that allows for this type of act. Outside the United States, seven countries allow for some level of physician-assisted suicide. Most of…

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    There are currently three states in the United States of America that has legalized euthanasia, one of which is Oregon as reported by Friend (2011). Physician assisted suicide (PAS) or euthanasia is defined as intentional ending of individual’s life chiefly by taking a lethal dose of a substance prescribed by a physician as stated by Friend (2011). Furthermore, Friend (2011) states that dying with dignity, which often means dying without needless physical suffering is one of the protagonists of…

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    Provide regular written and oral information and reports to CDDU leadership 3. Authorize the distribution of GA housing assistance funding after verifying the existence of the property, the ownership of the property, and the authority of the landlord to rent the property; and after confirming that the rent amount does not exceed the maximum GA housing assistance payment per month. 4. Using information gathered through collaboration with local agencies, analyze GA policy and practices to identify…

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