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Author: Lynne Terry
The announcement of a new panel to tackle addiction epidemic comes amid criticism over Measure 110, the state’s drug decriminalization law, and a move to tighten it.
A lawsuit brought by two gun owners in Harney County seeks to overturn Measure 114’s ban of large-capacity magazines and required permit and safety training
Michael Wells, interim director of the Oregon Lottery since December, will assume the permanent post if his appointment is approved by state legislators.
OSU researchers say expect a hot summer as weather extremes become the norm in Oregon.
A bill in the Oregon Senate would devote $300,000 toward a suicide prevention hotline geared towards agricultural workers.
Gov. Tina Kotek has named Marvin Révoal to head the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission. He pledges to ensure the scandal-tainted agency corrects its course and to remove managers involved in improper liquor diversions.
House Resolution 8, which would make shelter dogs and cats the state pet, passed the House with 58 bipartisan votes in favor, and is scheduled for discussion in the Senate on Thursday.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley gave an online news conference while U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat, and Reps. Lori Chavez DeRemer, a Republican, and Democrat Andrea Salinas released statements.
Following a federal pardon action, Gov. Kate Brown has decided to pardon those in Oregon convicted of possession of marijuana. The state has set up a process to get the pardon.