Rates on the individual market will increase as much as 14.8 percent depending on the insurer, while businesses will see hikes as much as 10.1 percent.
The association’s action comes as public employee unions pursue placing a corporate sales tax
Lawmakers took steps to protect customers’ identification and strengthen measures to prevent
The irreverent “other” voters often represent a “classic way to protest,”
Preliminary review showed “substantial objective basis” to believe they may have violated law.
SEIU analysis shows Democrats and Republicans would lose significant number of lawmakers under Initiative Petition 19.
Hemp legislation creating a research pilot program and a crop commission in Oregon has died despite strong support and no public objections.
If the referral makes it to the ballot, the parts of the law in question wouldn’t go into effect unless voters approve.
Arin Marcus sought to remove Gov. John Kitzhaber from office in 2015 for his alleged failure to intervene in Marcus’s child custody case.
While some of the most controversial proposals in the Oregon Legislature quietly died this year, other more-targeted bills were quietly enacted.
Transportation bill seen as a triumph, but no progress was made on PERS or long-term tax reform.
Lone Rock Resources claims the state breached an agreement with the company when it canceled its plan to sell the Elliott State Forest.
Three GOP legislators plan to file a petition to refer the so-called health care provider tax on the ballot.
The legislation began in the House as an effort to try to deter mass evictions and retaliation against tenants.
The federally-compliant identification cards will be required to board commercial domestic flights as soon as January 2018.
Oregon could become the third state in the nation to raise the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18.
The 10-year plan includes hikes in the gas tax, registration and title fees and new taxes on payroll, new vehicle purchases and bicycles priced more than $200.
The legislation received broad support for its anti-profiling measures but drew controversy when Democrats added provisions.
The legislation would prohibit plans from imposing a deductible, coinsurance, copayment or other cost-sharing requirements on specific services.
The tax package, signed by Gov. Brown on Monday, is meant to help offset the state’s increased cost of providing expanded Medicaid coverage.
The statewide plan raises new taxes, fees, to fund congestion relief, roads, bridges, sidewalks, bicycle routes and transit.
Oregon is one of only two states that still relies on handwritten notes for grand jury proceedings.
The Senate voted 17-to-11 to approve bill to allow extreme risk protection orders for suicidal loved ones.
Bill provides bonding authority to ‘buy’ the Elliott State Forest, provides for special election if health care provider tax goes on the ballot
Collecting the new taxes and fees, and managing the projects will require 60 new employees.
At issue is when voters could get a say on a $600 million tax to help fund the state’s Medicaid costs.
More than half of House Democrats have signed a letter that seems to threaten passage of a transportation measure unless the Legislature raises more money for services.
Diego Hernandez denies allegations he created a list that ranked female lobbyists based on their looks.
Compromise $5.3 billion package eliminates several Portland highway congestion relief projects.
An amendment to the bill would reduce transportation spending from $8.2 billion to $5.3 billion.
Under the most recent proposal, the state’s existing 30-cent gas tax would increase gradually over an eight-year period to a total of 40 cents.
If signed by Gov. Kate Brown, Oregon’s predictive scheduling bill would be the first statewide law in the nation.
Fighting wildfires have added to the cost of managing nearly 600,000 acres of rangeland in Eastern Oregon.
The Oregon Senate Committee on Rules voted 3-to-2 Wednesday to send the bill to the Senate floor.