The state Senate voted Wednesday to impose stricter regulations on 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.
It means in all likelihood, the Oregon Education Investment Board will die.
Governor Brown declared drought emergencies for eight more Oregon counties as the state faces a very dry summer.
State economists last week told lawmakers that taxpayers could expect a total of $473 million in rebates, which would average $284 per family.
A measure trimming back the reasons school children can be kicked out of school in order to address what supporters call the "school-to-prison pipeline" cleared the Legislature on Thursday with bipartisan support.
The Oregon Senate has approved a measure aimed at keeping firearms from people convicted of domestic violence or under a restraining order.
Since 2001 Portland has paid out almost $5 million in severances to terminated employees.
Several Oregon senators and representatives are pushing for funding to clean up and reduce toxins in the Columbia River Basin.
Voters passed each of the seven local school bond and option levies in Tuesday’s election.
Here are links to election results for the following counties:
Oregon is now the third state in the country to ban so-called "gay conversion therapy" after Gov. Kate Brown signed legislation outlawing the practice.
A bill allowing women to access birth control without a doctor's prescription is once again moving through the Legislature after stalling in committee.
An Oregon Senate panel has advanced legislation prohibiting people from keeping their firearms if they've been convicted of domestic violence or are under a restraining order.