A task force on Oregon's massive public pension debt wants to prod the 900 government agencies in the state to more aggressively tackle the problem.
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We talk with a political reporter for "The Guardian" covering right-wing rallies, OPB's Aaron Scott previews the TBA arts festival, and Oregon retirees share stories about their lives after work.
The board that oversees Oregon's Public Employees Retirement System makes a "pragmatic" decision to make a relatively modest reduction in its investment assumptions.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed an executive order aimed at improving the way the state negotiates with its unionized workers.
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The tech company pays retirement-age employees a stipend to transition to jobs with mission-driven nonprofits. And for some, the fellowship can turn into a second act.
As Oregon prepares to offer a path-breaking state-sponsored retirement plan, two key Republicans in Congress are taking aim at it.
An obscure age limit prevents some Oregonians from running for office.
Beverly Summerhill recently retired after a long career as a school bus driver for the Ridgefield School District in Washington.
Oregon's attorney general is claiming bills passed by the Legislature that cut government worker retirement benefits do not violate workers' contracts.