Three Republican state senators confirmed they and their colleagues would be scarce at the Oregon Capitol Thursday to stymie a vote on a cap-and-trade bill.
We’re not getting nearly enough prescribed fire on the ground to restore forests and manage the risk of severe wildfire. Oregon's new smoke rules are intended to change that trend.
The Portland City council has adopted a sweeping package of regulations to how landlords screen their prospective tenants.
Democratic lawmakers are moving to more tightly regulate electronic petitions, which are becoming more popular for initiative, recall and referendum campaigns in Oregon.
In a hearing Wednesday, lawmakers killed proposed changes to Oregon's public defense system.
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The booming population of a native species of Northwest shrimp threatens the oyster beds of Washington's Willapa Bay and a coastal way of life.
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