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The outgoing labor commissioner has escalated a legal battle over workplace harassment in the Capitol.
Supporters say Democrats call taxes fees to make them easier to pass while opponents say measure wil
The Nike co-founder’s latest check brings his contribution to the Republican candidate to $2.
Secretary of state auditors found a disaster could threaten the agency’s ability to issue pay
Oregon’s close gubernatorial race between Democratic Gov. Kate Brown and GOP candidate Oregon Rep. Knute Buehler has captured the attention of national political pundits.
On Tuesday, the race made the front page of the Cook Political...
Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler have traversed the state in search of swing voters to court. They have debated public pension reform, health care, education and gun rights. They have coined catch phrases to distill their messages.
SALEM — Knute Buehler stumped on the floor of the Oregon House of Representatives to decry the state’s controversial business energy tax incentives.
Buehler, now the Republican nominee for governor, left out one fact in his...
The incarceration rate in Oregon’s prison system is projected to fall 15 percent over the next decade due in large part to sentencing reform.
The projection, done by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services and published Oct. 1,...
SALEM — While statewide attention is focused on controversial ballot measures, many Oregon voters face local decisions on issues that go above and beyond core public services.
A total of 104 city and county measures are on ballots across...
Patrick Starnes, a cabinetmaker and gubernatorial candidate from the Independent Party of Oregon, on Tuesday filed an elections complaint that could test a 2017 state law that encourages debate hosts to invite all major party candidates.
SALEM — Under a proposal from state health officials, most public water systems — from small housing developments to bigger cities serving thousands of residents — may have to pay higher monitoring fees to the...
Independent candidate Starnes protests exclusion
GOP gubernatorial candidate initially was reluctant to weigh in on the nomination.
Patrick Starnes has campaigned vigorously for governor but managed to get into only one of three debates. The state Elections Division was no help.
Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler have raised millions from everyday citizens, political organizations and billionaires. Here’s what they spent it on.
Governor proposes that federal environmental standards be put into Oregon law, keeping them in force if Trump administration continues rollbacks.
The Republican legislator from Bend has voted against state legislation that protects immigrants but supported tighter controls over racial profiling.
Kate Brown, Knute Buehler and Patrick Starnes participate in first debate.
Fifteen students from across the state quizzed candidates Tuesday night.
The debate will feature Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent, and challengers Republican Knute Buehler and Patrick Starnes, an independent.
The debate, put on in partnership by Children First for Oregon, KOIN 6, and the Pamplin Media Group, will be controlled by 16 children and young adults.
States oversee licensing, registration and traffic laws — areas where driverless cars are also poised to have a significant impact.
The Legislature’s Joint Committee on School Success has toured schools and held public meetings in nearly every part of the state.
The gubernatorial hopeful has previously declined to weigh in on the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
Incumbent Democratic governor helped forge big transportation bill during 2017 Oregon Legislature.
Despite running for governor on the Republican ticket, Oregon Rep. Knute Buehler has increasingly used the words, “independent” to describe himself.
Cap and trade has become perennial legislation since 2015, but advocates hope the committee will draft legislation that will get through the Oregon Legislature next year and pass into law.
A state task earlier found that Oregon blacks were disproportionately being convicted of drug felonies for having small amounts.
The “Vote No on 103” campaign claims in a letter to Oregon grocers that such conduct violates state law that prohibits coercing workers into employer-mandated political activity.
Democrat Kate Brown and Republican Knute Buehler nearly tied, nonaffiliated voters lean toward GOP, in latest survey of likely voters.
Brown, surrounded by lawmakers holding signs, said she believes the alleged victims.
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