You can look up information about individuals who have declared bankruptcy.
Free online access to court calendars and basic case information for the Oregon circuit courts and the Oregon Tax Court.
Note: Due to federal or state law or policy, the Oregon Judicial Department does not provide court records or court calendar information for certain cases through this service. This applies to records including, but not limited to, adoption, juvenile, mental health, and cases that fall under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
Oregon’s open government laws promote democracy and transparency. Oregonians have a right to know how their government works and spends money. This page will help you understand and exercise your right to access government information.
Find information about public comapnies:
Oregon Secretary of State -- Find a business
The Census Business Builder (CBB) is a suite of services that provide selected demographic and economic data from the Census Bureau tailored to specific types of users in a simple to access and use format.
Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy. OUR VISION is for Americans to be empowered by access to clear and unbiased information about money’s role in politics and policy and to use that knowledge to strengthen our democracy. OUR MISSION is to produce and disseminate peerless data and analysis on money in politics to inform and engage Americans, champion transparency, and expose disproportionate or undue influence on public policy.
The FEC was created to promote confidence and participation in the democratic process. Read more about the FEC’s history, purpose and goals.
The FEC regularly publishes information about its objectives and performance. These documents include strategic plans, budgets and procurement reports. Additional documents are available in response to the Committee on House Administration's April 2019 questions to the Commission.
Some licensing agencies will provide public documents of individuals whom they have licensed. Contact these agencies directly (e.g., Oregon State Bar Association, Oregon Department of Health).
You can try other websites which provide information about individuals, but you need to remember that these websites usually have a disclaimer that the information cannot be used for background checks or for official purposes. Read their disclaimers and make sure you verify any information that you find on these websites.
Umpqua Community College Library, 1140 Umpqua College Rd., Roseburg, OR 97470, 541-440-4640
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