U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon) is touring the state, trying to build support for a public option to be included in the health insurance marketplaces.
Three percent is considered a relatively modest increase for health care. It’s lower than last year’s 4 percent and mirrors the recent trend of slower growth. percent this year.
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Some 8,000 people are expected to take part in Portland’s "Walk To End Alzheimer’s" on Sunday.
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The park is increasing by 400 acres along its western boundary, thanks to a donation by the conservation group The Trust for Public Land. The land includes a grassy meadow and wetlands.
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Oregon’s health care reform effort received a thumbs-up in the Oregon Health Authority's first quarterly legislative report.
Brown called Storm in response to a OPB/Statesman Journal story, thanked her for speaking out and asked for her suggestions about how to improve foster care.
Americans are still struggling with obesity, according to new numbers from the Centers for Disease Control. But Oregonians seem to be struggling a little more than neighbors to the north and south.
Interim superintendent Bob McKean wasn't outside of a Portland Public Schools building Monday, as Oregon's largest school district waited for his school administrator license to be renewed.