The trend is happening in the Portland metro area and beyond.
PORTLAND, Ore. — There was once a time when your local school board meeting was, to be honest, a little boring. And if you’ve been paying attention to the news in the last year or so, you already know that’s no longer the case.
Back in August, a group of people rallied outside a Beaverton School Board meeting. They were aggravated because they weren’t allowed to come inside and speak out against masks and critical race theory, which is not taught in K-12 public schools in Oregon, Washington or any other state. The August protest
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