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Authorities said Thursday they arrested the owner of Whoops Towing as he tried to haul off an undercover police car in Oregon.
Lori Duckworth, a well-known marijuana activist in southern Oregon, pleaded guilty this week to a felony drug charge in connection with a medical marijuana outlet she operated in Medford.
A new report indicates that the Affordable Care Act is getting more Oregon and Washington residents covered with health insurance.
JIM KELLY, scion of a well-known Portland construction family, moved out to a ranch in Eastern Oregon a few years back, not long before selling his own iconic business concern, Rejuvenation.
Editor's note: Sustainable Business Oregon was recently integrated with the Portland Business Journal website to reflect a changing business landscape.
Mayor Tim Leavitt cut a green ribbon outside Main Street Marijuana on Wednesday, opening the doors to the first recreational marijuana store in Vancouver, Washington.
One of the country's leading drug policy reformers visited Oregon Tuesday to make a pitch for legalizing pot, calling the recreational marijuana initiative headed to the November ballot "the new gold standard" of marijuana reform efforts.
The closest legal pot shop to Portland opens Wednesday, just across the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington.
Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have allowed marijuana for medicinal purposes, and more could follow.
After last week's ruling on the highly anticipated Hobby Lobby case, the country is on high alert.
In a letter to Gov. John Kitzhaber, the Oregon Department of Agriculture said state law allows it to create "control areas" for genetically engineered crops to deal with pests and disease.
When Washington voters privatized retail liquor sales in 2011, new fees and taxes raised prices so dramatically that some Washingtonians began buying their booze in Oregon .
The Oregon Clinic is pleased to welcome Charles R. Mueller, MD, FACS to its Surgical and Burn Specialists group in Portland.
The deadline for advocates to get their issues before Oregon voters this November passed last week with no new additions to a lineup of ballot questions that likely will include the topics of illegal immigration, marijuana legalization and genetically modified food.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 06:56 am
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