The agency rolled back its plans to dig new wells and allow livestock grazing near Steens Mountain for the first time in 57 years
Author: Oregon Capitol Chronicle
The bill, which includes $369 billion in tax credits and spending for renewable energy, would reduce U.S. emissions by 40 percent by 2030, they say
if the U.S. Supreme Court upholds the case next term, state legislatures could approve partisan gerrymandering, remove constraints on voter suppression tactics and enact different policies for state and federal elections
ODOT is seeking more public input about its tolling policy on roads I-205 at Oregon City, West Linn, and Gladstone
Abortion rights will be on the ballot in November in a way it hasn’t been in Oregon for years
Hundreds of Oregonians have reportedly taken to the streets with clipboards in hand to qualify Initiative Petition 17, titled the Reduction of Gun Violence Act, for the November ballot.
Despite an exceptionally wet spring, Oregonians surveyed in early June overwhelmingly expect a future of increased wildfires across the state, according to a recent survey.
Abortion rights are protected by law in Oregon, and the procedure is free, even to undocumented immigrants
The Oregon Health Authority expects to enroll about 12,000 people who have had only state-paid emergency care in new government insurance
The Oregon Health Authority is using more than half a billion dollars to support behavioral health and addiction services in the state.
The money will shore up an industry that came close to collapse during the pandemic, with the loss of nearly 150 residential treatment slots for adults and adolescents.