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Top state officials on Tuesday agreed to move forward with the sale of scattered tracts of the Elliott State Forest, despite objections from conservation groups that they include nesting trees for a protected bird. Gov. John Kitzhaber, Secretary of
Though the three-term governor looks formidable against his Republican opponents , the embarrassing rollout of Cover Oregon, which serves as the portal for residents to sign up for health insurance coverage, has clouded his re-election campaign.
The first challenge to the public retirement cuts passed by the Oregon Legislature in September has been filed before the Oregon Supreme Court, judicial department spokesman Phil Lemman said Tuesday. The Legislature passed two sets of bills this year
Gov. John Kitzhaber is giving Intel Corp. a tax deal similar to the one he granted Nike a year ago. Kitzhaber announced Friday that he's signed a 30-year agreement promising that any changes to Oregon's corporate tax structure won't affect Intel.
In Oregon, a state envied for its high tech, sign-ups under the new federal healthcare law have been anything but. About 400 newly hired workers in Salem are processing paper applications by the thousands for health insurance under President Obama 's
Gov. John Kitzhaber on Friday plans to announce changes to Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange, which is running far behind other states and has yet to enroll a single person. Kitzhaber's office would describe the changes only as "additional
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Commission on Wednesday approved a complex land exchange involving property on the coast and in Eastern Oregon. In the deal, 280 acres of the Bandon State Natural Area would be traded to Bandon Biota, which is owned by
As Oregon reels from a failed launch of the state's health care exchange website, people demand answers. Despite getting an early start and extra funds from the federal government, Oregon has yet to enroll a single person in the health exchange under
The board of Oregon's health insurance exchange has put its executive director on notice, demanding to know when the website will work and how Cover Oregon will get people enrolled by the end of the year. Board members held an executive session
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune State Rep. Peter Buckley announced Tuesday that he has filed to run for re-election in 2014. The Ashland Democrat has been co-chairman of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means since 2008, helping craft the state's budget.