Lobbyists working for gas companies also work for conservation groups that are trying to combat climate change, a watchdog group found.
Sen. Kim Thatcher is spearheading a new multistate effort to stick with standard time year-round.
A proposal to expand the amount of canola grown in the Willamette Valley could hinge on whether growers can accept restrictions on GMO varieties.
A housing plan advanced by a Senate committee includes $350 million, down from the $600 million Gov. Tina Kotek wanted.
Lawmakers are weighing an array of pharmacy bills this session that could rein in prescription prices and allow pharmacists to treat people for COVID-19.
Critics tell lawmakers Oregon’s seven independent university boards and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission have failed to deliver on promises.
The appeals court decision will determine whether Erickson’s $800,000 lawsuit moves forward.
An Oregon bottleneck of civil rights and wage claims has decreased, but workers still face long waits for help from the state agency tasked with enforcing labor laws.
State lawmakers face a marathon 35-day session, with hundreds of bills to consider.
AROUND OREGON: State Rep. Greg Smith, a Republican from Heppner, made a pitch for campaign donations, citing need for help with new legislative role.