LaVonne Griffin-Valade, who retired nine years ago, aims to restore confidence in the Secretary of State’s office until a secretary is picked by voters in November 2024
Money from the Inflation Reduction Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is making its way to Oregon.
Charlene Williams, who will take over July 10 as interim director of the state Department of Education, would be the first Black woman overseeing Oregon’s 197 school districts.
Oregon lawmakers this weekend passed SB 488, intended to require the Covanta Marion incinerator to provide the state more continuous information about its environmental impacts.
Oregon legislators addressed sex crimes, street racing, ghost guns and other public safety issues but did not fund a legal service for victims.
Oregon lawmakers invested in a record $10.2 billion K-12 state school fund for the 2023-25 budget cycle.
AT THE CAPITOL: Lawmakers returned from a record-breaking walkout that nearly derailed the session to pass hundreds more bills in a last sprint toward sine die.
Weeks after state officials say they’ve resolved systemic errors that kept workers from being paid accurately, state employees are still waiting for money they’re owed.
Oregonians would be allowed to pump their own gas across the state if Gov. Tina Kotek signs the bill, though gas stations must also offer full service for customers who want it.
Elizabeth Sherwood, a single mom in Keizer, learned Wednesday she wouldn’t be getting help to buy her daughter new shoes after a state letter told her to expect a $270 payment in June. State officials say the letter to her and others was a mistake.