Sam Bouman interviews gubernatorial candidate Michael Trimble
Michael Trimble is a bike enthusiast and candidate for Oregon governor who, because of being born in Russia around the time of Chernobyl, has no arms. But according to him, that has made him someone who is not afraid to fight what what's important. Mr. Trimble talks with Sam Bouman about how he would reform PERS from a piggy bank to the retirement system it was supposed to be, how he would use Eminent Domain against commercial property owners to help alleviate the housing shortage, and why it's important for the state to not "sit on it's hands" in the shadow of an impending Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake.
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