It means in all likelihood, the Oregon Education Investment Board will die.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received information on her private email account about the deadly attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that was later classified "secret" at the request of the FBI, according to documents released Friday, underscoring lingering questions about how responsibly she handled sensitive information on a home server.
State economists last week told lawmakers that taxpayers could expect a total of $473 million in rebates, which would average $284 per family.
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Oregon voters may be deciding whether state legislators should have power to impeach the governor and other elected officials from the executive branch.
Oregon lawmakers have two months to figure out how to implement the state's new recreational marijuana law, but there has been a major stumbling block -- how to deal with medical marijuana. Steve Dunn talks with co-chairs of The Joint Committee on Implementing Measure 91, Sen. Ginny Burdick and Rep. Ann Lininger.
The state Senate has approved a bill imposing stricter regulations on the Oregon's medical marijuana program as lawmakers get ready for the legalization of pot for recreational use.
An Oregon Senate committee has advanced legislation requiring private insurers to cover up to 12 months of birth control at a time.
A Senate committee has approved a measure extending Oregon's statute of limitations on certain sexual assault crimes to 12 years. It's now six.
Governor Brown declared drought emergencies for eight more Oregon counties as the state faces a very dry summer.
The next five lines of the email were redacted after the FBI asked that it be upgraded from "unclassified" to "secret," according to State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf.
Likely Republican presidential contenders Jeb Bush and Chris Christie on Friday heartily endorsed the Patriot Act and the permission it gives the government to collect phone records in bulk, mocking those who deride the intelligence overhaul passed after the Sept. 11 attacks as an encroachment on civil liberties.
Doug Hughes is back in the nation’s capital to face a judge Thursday, just a few blocks from where he was put into handcuffs. On Wednesday, he was indicted on six counts—two felonies and four misdemeanors—and could face roughly 10 years maximum in prison.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul commandeered the Senate floor Wednesday to deliver an hours-long protest against renewal of the Patriot Act, calling the post-Sept. 11 law government intrusion on Americans' privacy.