Oregonians have until just before midnight on Tuesday to register for the Nov. 5 election if they want to vote on local and regional issues like tax levies and bonds, and changes to charters.
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In 1998, Washington voters overwhelmingly approved Initiative 200, which effectively ended affirmative action in the state. Now, 21 years later, voters this November will once again have a chance to weigh in on the issue once again.
Oregon’s new six month ban on flavored vape goes into effect first thing Tuesday. Customers say they’ll either go online to get around the ban or make their own vaping liquid.
Oregon GOP chair Bill Currier said the effort came up just short, and he vowed to try again in coming months.
A grand jury has cleared a Portland police officer who shot and killed a 31 year old Portland State Universitystudent this summer, determining that the officer acted lawfully to defend himself or the public.
Anti-fascist activist Sean D. Kealiher was hit and killed by an SUV outside of a Portland bar early Saturday morning. The Portland Police Bureau said Monday it hasn't made any arrests in connection with the death.
Newly registered voters once again will be able to join a political party without having to hunt for a stamp.
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