The Daniel J. Malarkey House is a historic house located in Portland, Oregon, United States. It was the home of noted legislator and trial lawyer Dan Malarkey (1870–1939) from its construction in 1909 until his death. Associated with Progressive causes, Malarkey presided over the Oregon Senate during its 1913 session, when the legislature passed landmark bills establishing a minimum wage and regulating public utilities. In private legal practice, he played a key part in the ultimately successful battle against the 1922 Oregon School Law.
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