The Multnomah County Commission has appointed Rob Nosse (NOHSS) to a vacant seat in the Oregon Legislature.
Alternative ideas include taxing vehicles by weight and licensing bicycles
Cover Oregon has offered retention bonuses to employees who stick around through a tumultuous time for the struggling health insurance exchange.
U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers says the Export-Import Bank must undertake serious reforms to protect taxpayers before Congress reauthorizes it this year.
With the deadline looming to submit petition signatures to get measures on Oregon's November ballot, two marijuana-legalization initiatives seem unlikely to make the cut, which could improve the odds for the one that remains.
The Marion County Commission has appointed former state Rep. Kevin Cameron's chief of staff to replace him in the state Legislature.
It's a daunting task, considering the city of Portland's budget is 1,000 pages long.
City leaders are looking for solutions to help raise $53 million needed for road repairs and maintenance. Most of the money for those projects comes from the federal gas tax, but Mayor Charlie Hales said it's no longer enough.
The first full year of data for Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's heath care overhaul shows a reduction in emergency room visits and certain hospitalizations but mixed results on other measures.
Cover Oregon's website actually worked. That's the claim by main technology vendor, Oracle, which said the site was ready for the public to enroll in February 2014 but insisted the state pulled the plug on the project in favor of the federal exchange technology.
Marijuana legalization advocate Paul Stanford has all but snuffed out his effort to put a pair of recreational pot legalization measures before Oregon voters.
The secretary of state's office said Monday the petitioners have turned in more than 118,000 valid signatures, about 2,000 more than needed to qualify a constitutional amendment.
Software vendor Oracle provided information last week to the U.S. House and Energy Committee claiming the Cover Oregon website was operational in February, but that the state of Oregon pulled the plug on it for political reasons.
Wehby Campaign Manager Charlie Pearce said Friday that he's moving over to run Republican Dennis Richardson's campaign for governor.
The city of Portland feels white male managers need some extra diversity training. They’ll be involved in a three-day seminar called White Men as Full Diversity Partners.