Tiffany Camhi
Tiffany Camhi

Tiffany Camhi

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Tiffany Camhi is the "All Things Considered" host for Oregon Public Broadcasting.

She spent six years at KQED Public Radio in the San Francisco Bay Area where she hosted "Weekend Edition", produced and directed "The California Report" and reported for KQED News. She's filed stories for National Public Radio Newscasts, NPR's "Here and Now" and Public Radio International's "The World".

Tiffany is an alumni of the City University of New York, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism.

When Tiffany's not on the radio you can usually find her riding a motorcycle or trying to figure out a way to talk about motorcycles on the radio.

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What the end of Roe v. Wade means for Oregon and Washington

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade yesterday puts the power to allow or ban abortions in the hands of state governments. In Oregon and Washington abortion remains a fully legal health procedure, protected by state law. But that’s not the case in several other states, here abortion clinics are already closing. OPB’s health reporter Amelia Templeton joined “All Things Considered” host Tiffany Camhi to discuss how the decision could affect the Northwest.


An Oregon abortion provider talks about the end of Roe v. Wade

The US Supreme Court today ended nearly 50 years of the constitutional right to an abortion. But along the West Coast, abortion rights are still protected. Martha Reilly is a doctor with Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon who joined OPB to explain what the effect the Supreme Court decision will have on Oregonians.


Oregon nonprofits ask for $100M federal investment to address white supremacy

Tony DeFalco, executive director of the Latino Network, said the request was prompted by this year’s deadly mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York. The white gunman in Buffalo killed 10 Black people in an attack the president has called “hate-filled domestic terrorism” and a “racially motived hate crime.”




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