Two Idaho legislators are proposing talks on rural Oregon counties seceding and becoming part of Idaho. But, officials note, it’s complicated.
Making housing affordable and easier to build, Gov. Tina Kotek maps out ambitious two-year spending plan for Oregon. She shared her proposed budget on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Cities are looking for $125 million annually in ongoing funding and about $150 million in one-time construction funding.
State figures released Thursday show 81.3% of high school .students last year graduated in four years compared with 80.6% the year before
A Lincoln City entrepreneur reported false data to the DEQ’s Clean Fuels Program, sold invalid carbon credits and went on a spending spree. An Oregon Capital Chronicle Special Report details what happened.
Public Notices: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission notice from the Jan. 18, 2023 Enterprise
Secretary of state auditors say it’s too soon to know whether Measure 110, the drug decriminalization program, will stem Oregon’s addiction crisis.
Legislators convene on Tuesday, Jan. 17, to fashion a new state budget, deal with homelessness and housing and set school funding levels.
Greg Addington, the new executive director of Oregon’s largest agricultural advocacy and lobbying group, wants to grow membership and shrink regulations.
Oregon lawmakers re-elected the House speaker, choose a new Senate president and welcomed in a crop of new legislators on Monday, Jan. 9.