Brown signed the $5.3 billion legislation Friday but plans to hold a ceremonial signing in Ontario next week.
Officials had been prepping for the big event for about a year, though things seemed more subdued in
John Larson, who took the OEA helm July 10, has a background of union advocacy with a bipartisan bac
Under federal law, the state is required to re-check Medicaid patients’ eligibility every year, but Oregon has fallen behind.
There may be some clouds in the eclipse’s path west of the Cascades, but it is expected to be “viewable,” a meteorologist says.
Oregon governor vetoes several other bills.
A few dozen people gathered on Oregon’s capitol mall Monday evening in a show of support for recipients of the federal government’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The law aligns the legal age to purchase tobacco and nicotine products with that already established for alcohol and marijuana.
Legislative Administration is putting the operation of the cafeteria in the basement of the Oregon Capitol up for a competitive bid. The cafe has been operated by the Sassy Onion, a Salem restaurant and catering business, since 2010.
The Legislature approved assorted revenues, ranging from a tax on insurance premiums to assessments on hospitals, earlier this year to fund the Oregon Health Plan, the state’s Medicaid program.
In a letter to Gov. Kate Brown, the attorney general reiterated DOJ’s authority to enforce federal marijuana laws.
Union says it will rewrite measure and file again to get gross receipts tax on ballot.
Buehler said he intended to pursue public pension reform, “restore fiscal sanity to Oregon’s budget,” and work to boost the state’s economy by emphasizing job training and holding back on “excessive, job-killing”...
Report shows more residents, more economic activity has led to more traffic and longer commutes.
The change is projected to increase the system’s unfunded actuarial liability by $2 billion.
Three months in, Oregon State Lottery revenues have slowed but continue to grow in the wake of ilani Casino Resort’s debut.
Lottery games offered on mobile devices is a growing trend around the nation and world.
Two laws passed by the Oregon Legislature reduce sentences for drug and property crimes.
Gov. Brown wants recommendations on ways to reduce the pension system’s unfunded liability by $5 billion.
Partisan supporters, opponents of tax trade barbs over who has greater conflicts.
Caseloads have dropped off significantly from their peak in early 2013, but state officials don’t expect the number to fall below pre-recession levels until 2019.