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Oregon Employment Officials Face Lawmakers As Thousands Await Relief

The director of the Oregon Employment Department apologized to thousands of Oregonians still waiting for unemployment relief.

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Oregon And Washington Join Multi-State Lawsuit Over Federal Fuel Emissions Rollback

Oregon and Washington have joined 26 states and cities in suing the Trump administration over a new rule that weakens emission standards for cars and trucks.

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Portland State University Votes To Make Interim President Permanent

The Portland State University Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to appoint its 10th president — interim president Stephen Percy.

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After Outbreak, No Running Water On Parts Of Warm Springs Reservation

Pandemic slows response to elderly residents without sinks or showers. 

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Oregon Churches Sue In Federal Court Over Limits On Religious Gatherings

Two Southern Oregon churches claim the state's limits on the size of religious gatherings amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic violate their constitutionally protected rights to free speech. 

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As Lockdown Orders Lift, Can Cities Prevent A Traffic Catastrophe?

As businesses reopen, many city dwellers worry about the risks of public transit. Cities are trying to figure out how to safeguard public health, keep people moving, and avoid a gridlock nightmare.

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Live Updates: Multnomah County Planning To Apply For Reopening June 5

Multnomah County may apply for Phase 1 of Gov. Kate Brown's reopening plan on June 5. If approved, it could begin reopening on June 12.

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Pandemic Reveals Oregon's Major Child Care Problem

As counties across Oregon reopen and look to workers to return, they may find that working parents can't find care for their children. 

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Wash. Campaign Finance Watchdog Blocks Some Online Access In Wake Of Unemployment Fraud

Under pressure from Democratic lawmakers, Washington’s campaign finance watchdog has temporarily blocked online access to candidate and elected official financial disclosure forms. The move comes in wake of widespread unemployment insurance fraud.