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In the ongoing national debate about immigration reform, Oregon was one of a number of states to make changes to driver's license policies in 2013.
Stacey Schubert doesn't scare easily, but when she was asked by Clean Energy Works if she wanted to participate in a Federal pilot project to seismically retrofit her 1942 bungalow in Southeast Portland, "I didn't hesitate.
Katie Furia, SNAP Outreach Manager for Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon, tells about the hundreds of thousands of Oregonians who are eligible for food stamps but don't apply.
A federal appeals court has dismissed the last pending defenders of Oregon's ban against marriage by same-sex couples, a ban struck down by a federal judge three months ago.
The recent discussion regarding funding of new medications for hepatitis-C treatment by the Oregon Health Plan has brought several facts into focus: Medications with few side effects will soon to be available to cure over 90 percent of HCV patients, with the promise of saving lives and reducing future medical costs.
For starters, it's really not one building that comprises its 650,000 square feet but three: the 12-story Skourtes Tower on the north end, the smaller South Bar to the south, and a large glass-ensconced atrium in between that includes wood-wrapped auditoriums at the building's front and back entrances.
Oracle America Inc. fraudulently induced the state of Oregon and its health insurance exchange to purchase more than $240,000,000 worth of products and services that ultimately doomed the exchanged to failure, the state's attorney general claims.
The federal prison complex in Sheridan -- a medium-security prison, a detention center, and a work camp -- sits about 50 miles from Portland, on the edge of Oregon's coastal mountains.
Among other items, City Club of Portland members want food manufacturers to disclose if they put genetically modified organisms in their items.
Cover Oregon will hold a special open enrollment period for 1,400 Oregonians who were incorrectly enrolled into the low-income Oregon Health Plan by the state's troubled health insurance exchange.
Columbia River Gorge fire chiefs learned mile-long oil trains moved through their communities not from railroads but because of this April photo by an amateur photographer.
A 32-year-old former inmate who claims he injured his knee while climbing down from his prison bunk bed is suing the state of Oregon for $49,637.
The Oregon Health Care Quality Corp. has released its annual scores for primary care providers, but this year's report is much more comprehensive than past scorecards.
Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber and his challenger Republican Rep. Dennis Richardson have scheduled three debates; dates for two more have yet to be nailed down.
If the vote by a Citizens' Initiative Review panel is any indication, the arguments will be robust for and against a proposed Oregon requirement for labeling of foods with genetically modified organisms - and the outcome of Measure 92 will be close.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:21 am
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