Even though the countdown is almost over to legal recreational marijuana in Oregon, state lawmakers are still dealing with two key pieces of legislation that set the rules for retail sales. Both bills are expected to pass, much to the dismay of one of the state's most vocal opponents of legal marijuana.
If the petitioners are found to have 1,000 valid signatures from registered voters, they can begin collecting the rest of the 88,000 they'll need to get the measure on the 2016 ballot.
The Oregon Senate has signed off on three bills setting up Oregon's legal marijuana system.
Host Steve Dunn takes the show on the road this week, to Northeast Portland’s Pure Green, a medical marijuana dispensary.
On July 1 Oregonians over the age of 21 will be able to use recreational marijuana. How will this impact local companies and employees?
As Oregonians prepare to enter the brave new world of legal marijuana, the state wants folks to know a few things.
He said there are strides being made by federal lawmakers but a big one is clearing the way for marijuana retailers to take part in the banking system.
Oregon Senators have advanced a measure requiring all schools to make public their vaccine exemption rates by disease.
Slow-poke drivers in passing lanes on Oregon freeways would sometimes have to make way for motorists with heavier right feet under a bill approved Monday in the state Senate.
The Senate on Monday passed a $16.1 billion transportation revenue package that includes an 11.9-cent gas tax increase that would be phased in over two years.
Gov. Jerry Brown wasted no time Tuesday in signing a contentious California bill to impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country following an outbreak of measles at Disneyland late last year.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has earned nearly $29 million since leaving the Florida governor's mansion and paid an effective federal income tax rate of roughly 36 percent in the past three decades, according to tax returns released by his campaign on Tuesday.
The State Department said it would release about 3,000 pages of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton's correspondence from 2009, her first year as the nation's top diplomat, on Tuesday night.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has told his most loyal supporters that he's running for president.