The day after Thanksgiving has been a paid holiday for state employees since 2015, when it was negotiated as part of the state’s collective bargaining agreement.
The 25-member committee is charged with recommending tolling options for Interstate 5 and Interstate
The figure is on top of the state’s estimated overpayment of $74 million to coordinated care
Oregon Government Ethics Commission staff members recommended a penalty of $1,000 to settle ethics v
Sen. Gelser seeks Roseburg Republican’s expulsion, claims more than a dozen women harassed
In a letter Wednesday, Acting Assistant Attorney General Hanson asked the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to address whether Oregon’s sanctuary policies violate federal statute
Complaints allege the former governor and first lady used their public offices for profit
Sens. Richard Devlin and Ted Ferrioli will join the Northwest Power Planning & Conservation Council.
The savings program would offer tax incentives to help Oregonians save up to $50,000 in 10 years
Reduced revenues and cash flow for businesses due to disruptive wildfires this summer could impact their credit ratings and their access to capital
New internal reports of processing problems in the Oregon Health Plan have arisen in the two weeks since the public learned that the state overpaid Medicaid providers to the tune of $74 million between 2014 and 2016.
Recent revelations that OHA overpaid providers by $74 million is the latest in a long string of blunders at the agency.
The federal government told the health authority about overpayments in 2016, but top management and the governor weren’t told until recently
Oregon was the first state to offer a “nonbinary” gender option on driver licenses and identification cards.
Elimination of deduction for state income taxes would disproportionately affect Oregonians.
The independent review comes in the wake of reports of unwanted touching by two male legislators.
The options it outlined in a report Wednesday are wide ranging — increased taxes on beer and wine; sweeping state reserve funds; dedicating one-time financial windfalls to PERS; selling one or more state universities to a private, not-for-profit...
Two conservative Republican legislators could challenge moderate Buehler for GOP nomination.
House majority leader discusses priorities for upcoming 35-day legislative session.
New OHA director discovered erroneous payments made as a result of error on Cover Oregon website.
The letter is modeled after one circulated in Sacramento following accusations of widespread sexual harassment in the California statehouse
Carpenter bills himself as the more conservative choice for the GOP nomination, campaigning on the motto, “Make Oregon Great Again”
A legislative committee wrote the ballot title for a referendum on Oregon’s health care funding scheme
Senate President Peter Courtney’s Office confirmed Wednesday that at least two senators have accused Kruse of unwanted touching at the Oregon Capitol.
So far, Oregon has participated in eight lawsuits against the administration and spent more than $100,000
Legislative counsel conducting second investigation into alleged inappropriate touching of women.
Democratic Party of Oregon holds its first summit since the election of Donald Trump as president.
IPO leaders hold attorney general responsible for not saving racial profiling victim’s job.
Oregon joins nine other states to demand federal agencies hand over information on the number of Dreamer arrests and the location of their detentions