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SALEM — More than 1 million people in Oregon have been vaccinated against COVID-19, officials said on Wednesday, March 3.

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SALEM — Oregon legislators Tuesday introduced House Bill 3296, dubbed the Addiction Crisis Recovery Act, which would increase the state's beer tax by 2,800% and wine tax by 1,700%.

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Environmentalists have asked a federal judge to again cancel the grazing permit for Oregon’s Hammond family, claiming its restoration violated administrative, environmental and land management laws.

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SALEM — More than 150,000 Oregonians remain out of work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but income tax collections that support state services and public schools are likely to exceed …

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A proposal to extend Oregon’s tax credit for collecting cow manure for energy has come under fire from critics who say it’s mostly beneficial to large dairies.

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SALEM — A Senate hearing on legislation to alter state gun laws drew a cavalcade of passionate opposition.

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SALEM — Landlords in Oregon whose tenants have fallen behind on rent during the coronavirus pandemic can now apply for relief from the state.

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SALEM — The Oregon Employment Department is devoting more attention to preventing and fighting fraud, by hiring more people and training others, as the agency pays out a record amount of unemp…

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SALEM — Most Oregon counties would maintain or improve their COVID-19 risk rating next week according to preliminary data from the Oregon Health Authority.

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SALEM — In an effort to “preserve public access” to the Oregon Legislature, the House Republican leader urged the House Speaker Tuesday, Feb. 16, to pause the virtual 2021 session during mass …

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SALEM — As coronavirus outbreaks rage at several Oregon prisons, inmates at a minimum-security facility in Salem are pushing for changes after they say administrators sent dozens of inmates wh…

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PORTLAND — Cities and counties in Oregon aiming to ban homeless people from sitting, sleeping and camping on public property may soon face a barrier under a proposed bill introduced by state l…

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SALEM — Make fishing part of your President’s Day Weekend/Valentine’s Day plans. Everyone can fish, clam and crab for free in Oregon on Saturday, Feb. 13, and Sunday, Feb. 14.

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LA GRANDE — The 27-year-old Montana man facing charges of attempted murder and assault in La Grande also is on the hook for a citation for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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SALEM — All benefits pending to self-employed and gig workers will be paid by the Oregon Employment Department within the next few days.

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SALEM — Twelve counties will see fewer COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and activities beginning Friday, Feb. 12, as the state dropped risk level ratings for counties due to a decline in ne…

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SALEM — Starting Wednesday, Feb. 10, the Oregon Department of Corrections will begin vaccinating 5,000 inmates across the state. The most vulnerable people will be vaccinated first, and the ag…

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SALEM — Oregon started rolling out COVID-19 vaccines Monday, Feb. 8, to people age 80 and over. It’s the first stage of Oregon’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout to seniors. Over the course of the nex…