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Neither side happy with committee’s description for possible January ballot question
Brown told reporters she would have appealed to the U.S. attorney general on behalf of DACA recipien
State workers and contractors hired by the state spent months verifying whether 115,000 participants
The expenses of containing the blazes will be shared by federal, state, private and tribal entities
Although Brown has not formally announced her candidacy for 2018, her political action committee has been fundraising.
State model draws staff from many jobs to support fire suppression
Rep. Cliff Bentz is meeting resistance from leadership in his call to prioritize revenue reform in 2018.
State economists project the state will bring in net marijuana revenues of about $142 million in the next two years, but the very short history of legal marijuana and other factors complicate forecasting
The proposed state program would put a price on greenhouse emissions from industry
Gov. Kate Brown has charged the task force to reduce the unfunded liability, by $5 billion.
Oregon is one of 15 states claiming in a federal lawsuit that ending the program violates the Constitution’s equal protections clause.
A case appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court could impact a state law allowing 10-2 convictions
The Eagle Creek blaze jumped 13 miles in 16 hours, officials say. It is zero percent contained
The state has insurance to cover the costs of severe fires, but it doesn’t kick in until the state has spent $50 million of its own money
A regulatory snafu implementing a law allowing such displays ended up preventing this year’s exhibition
The state had fallen behind on redeterminations of participant eligibility and by late May had a backlog of roughly 115,000 people
Some proposals floated by the task force involve substantial policy changes.
The tour to five cities was meant to celebrate enactment of a $5.3 billion transportation funding package
Corvallis-area Democrat sought an analysis to determine the proposed rule change’s legality
Critics say the changes would erode the integrity of the initiative petition process
Secretary of state’s announcement opens the way for other Republican candidates to consolidate support
Brown wrote a letter Wednesday pushing back against accusations by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that Oregon has failed to protect the public.
Oregon will return nearly $464 million to taxpayers as revenue collections exceeded estimates in the two-year budget cycle that ended June 30.
Brown signed the $5.3 billion legislation Friday but plans to hold a ceremonial signing in Ontario next week.
Officials had been prepping for the big event for about a year, though things seemed more subdued in Salem than some had feared
Larson, who took the helm in July, has a background of union advocacy with a bipartisan backdrop
Under federal law, the state is required to check Medicaid patients’ eligibility every year, but Oregon has fallen behind
There may be some clouds in the eclipse’s path west of the Cascades, but it is expected to be “viewable,” a meteorologist says.