President Donald Trump’s executive order on health care is being called a “serious threat” to the stability of Oregon’s health insurance market.
Oregon has levied one of the largest insurance company fines in memory against the parent company of Zoom+Care.
This time, we dig into the ballot referendum process in Oregon and how it could affect two of the most divisive issues of our time: gun control and health care.
Opponents of a recent Oregon bill to fund health care through a new tax submitted signatures Thursday to get a referendum against the tax on the ballot.
We hear about a troubled Army immigrant recruitment program, Amazon’s impact on organic produce prices, Mercy Corps efforts in Puerto Rico and a new mental health center for African-American women.
We discuss mass shootings and gun control, Multnomah County's move to phase out the use of grand juries, a possible extension of Portland's housing state of emergency, and financial troubles at ZoomCare.
Several large Oregon health care nonprofits are coming together to fight addiction.
The Oregon Health Authority released a report Thursday detailing how St. Charles Hospital in Bend violated its own staffing rules.
Damian Lillard has some thoughts about taking the knee during the national anthem. Also, we hear about allegations of racism at Multnomah County. And we check in on Oregon's solar industry.
Health care workers in Oregon worry that repeat efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act might have left consumers confused.
People who buy individual health insurance in Washington state can expect another round of rate hikes next year.
Nursing home residents in Portland told Oregon’s two Democratic senators Friday that they would be devastated by the health care cuts proposed in the latest bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
A new study finds a lack of communication between nursing homes and hospitals is contributing to the spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
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We look at a new study on air pollution and race, and a Lane County effort to improve mental health response by police. Also, OSU's Aaron Wolf talks about his book, "The Spirit of Dialogue."
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., blames Republican leadership for putting a freeze on her bipartisan health care plan.
Oregon lawmakers are returning to the Capitol for a three-day flurry of meetings. It’s the first round of Legislative Days since the 2017 session adjourned July 7.
Students are advocating for more classroom discussions about race and privilege. Also, we sit down with Oregon Health Authority's new director, and our news roundtable takes up some big stories of the week.