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Secretary of State Kate Brown listens to Gov. John Kitzhaber speak to the Oregon Business Plan Leadership Summit at the Oregon Convention Center in December.
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A turnaround expert brought in to fix Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange is clamping down on spending and who can make financial decisions as he tries to get Cover Oregon back on track.
I've been meaning to fix up the bio-sketch below. Certainly, fix the age 56, since I hit 57 two months ago.
A change in state law furthers Gov. John Kitzhaber's education reform efforts, clarifying who can participate in dual college credit courses - and helping more students to do so.
Voting in our "most intriguing" Oregon political figures continues, and many in the running have ties to Oregon's Capitol.
Media giant Comcast has contributed $15,000 to Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's re-election campaign through three of its entities, according to disclosure reports filed Friday afternoon .
The Gladstone City Council this week extended its prohibition of medical marijuana dispensaries with the adoption of a year-long moratorium.
The Clackamas County commissioners' proposed medical marijuana facilities one-year ban could put already operating dispensaries in the county out of business for good.
Hank Brown, left, stands with Jim Syring, right, and other neighborhood activists at a rally to educate Damascus residents on the deannexation process under House Bill 4029.
The Oregonian's politics team selected a rather different group of "most intriguing" political figures than readers did , as the contest moves to the Sweet 16. The lack of more overlap may be partly explained by a bad case of voter fraud in Wednesday's voting, in which some players conned the system and voted more than 100 times for their favorite.
Lt. Col. Kevin Dial, commander, 1249th Engineer Battalion, Oregon Army National Guard, and Command Sgt.
Gov. John Kitzhaber told members of his newly created task force on genetically engineered agriculture that he does not expect them to reach a consensus or produce any specific proposals for next year's legislative session.
Elizabeth Furse, candidate for Washington County District 4 commissioner, talks about preserving farmland in her district.
Three staffers, policy aides Michael Selvaggio and Michael Burdick and press spokesman James Sinks , will be leaving Wheeler's office.