Current House Speaker Dan Rayfield plans to serve through the 2024 short session, then step down to focus on a run for attorney general.
Rep. Andrea Salinas’ proposal, which coincides with a proliferation of online sports betting, would create the first dedicated stream of federal funding towards problem gambling.
Republicans want to repeal a voter-approved drug decriminalization measure, while Democratic lawmakers are working on a separate proposal to address Oregon’s drug addiction crisis.
The Oregon Supreme Court won’t hear a case challenging former President Donald Trump’s ability to appear on Oregon ballots.
In her first year in office, Kotek replaced agency directors and scored billions for housing and education, but Oregon’s biggest problems remain.
Voters will decide representatives for three competitive Oregon congressional districts in 2024 and select a new treasurer, secretary of state and attorney general.
Gov. Tina Kotek spoke to the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce Monday in her first public appearance of the year, reiterating her support for a state payment to support city emergency services.
How party delegates are chosen could take on special importance this year as courts weigh legal challenges to former President Donald Trump’s eligibility.
Oregon passed stricter ethics laws in the 2000s requiring approval for having travel expenses covered. Here’s a roundup of recent trips by state lawmakers.
Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer narrowly won election last year in Oregon’s 5th district, which includes parts of Marion County. She faces another tough campaign in 2024