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Eight Oregon immigrants and allies were at the California border Monday as 34 undocumented deportees attempted to cross back into the United States.
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Portland State University's faculty union voted overwhelmingly to strike if union leaders call for one.
And the chief captain answered, with a great sum obtained I this freedom. And Paul said, but I was free born.
According to Freedom Oregon, the vote was 233 to 162. The annual Republican conference was founded in 1965 by Robert Packwood, then an up-and-coming Republican state legislator, and later a U.S. Senator.
Oregonians were taken by surprise when a dock from Japan floated ashore at Agate Beach, just north of Newport, well after the 2011 tsunami disaster.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning/queer Oregonians face unique challenges to accessing the Cover Oregon marketplace, three organizations told the health exchange's board.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, this week accused Oregon and other states of "cheating" and "fraud" in avoiding cuts to food stamps.
Retail cashiers ranked fourth on a new list of occupations expected to have the most job openings in Oregon from 2012-22.
Gov. John Kitzhaber's success in getting unions and conservative business leaders to lay down their ballot measure weaponry last week was of one those little-noticed acts of diplomatic mastery that can end up resetting the force fields of politics in ways that are powerful but subtle and invariably underappreciated.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for volunteers from Oregon to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel , which helps the agency identify concerns and suggests ways it can improve services.
ON FEBRUARY 11, Mayor Charlie Hales unleashed a rhetorical tirade aimed at the people both suing the city and backing a campaign that would take Portland's water and sewer utilities out of city council's hands.
Gov. John Kitzhaber decided this week that Oregon will be the fourth state to avoid food stamp cuts included in the federal farm bill.
Gov. John Kitzhaber spoke against a right-to-work initiative proposal at a 2013 labor picnic at Oaks Park in Portland.
New concerns swirled this week that Cover Oregon would not get the extension it asked the federal government for in order to give Oregonians more time to enroll for coverage beyond the March 31 deadline.