Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber announced Monday morning that he will run for an historic fourth term.
Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber plans to announce Monday morning whether he will run for a historic fourth term.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden is working with a colleague from South Dakota to fight President Obama's plan to cap tax deductions for charitable donations for the wealthiest Americans.
Same-sex marriage advocates in Oregon reported Monday they had collected enough signatures to give voters a chance to legalize same-sex marriage in 2014.
The embattled director of Oregon's problem-plagued health insurance exchange will be taking a leave of absence, and he says it is for medical reasons.
Emails between Cover Oregon’s top executives and his software vendor show that the troubled state health insurance exchange knew its website had problems months before the site launched.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden has unveiled his long-awaited bill to boost logging on federal lands in Western Oregon to help struggling timber counties. The timber industry and conservation groups were disappointed in the bill and hoped to persuade Wyden to change it.
Oregon legislators raised taxes in September by nicking the wealthy and corporations, but they learned Thursday that new money may be offset by kicker tax rebates in 2015 that would go to all individual taxpayers.
Oregon has long been a pacesetter in health care, and state officials laid out bold plans to uphold that reputation with a health insurance exchange bigger and better than anyone else's.
Curry County voters defeated a tax proposal to fund law enforcement but supported a measure to replace the hospital.
Washington's voters are deciding whether to label food that contains genetically modified ingredients in a campaign that has drawn millions of dollars from out of state.
A private foundation that is spending millions to promote President Barack Obama's signature law recently provided a $500,000 grant to ensure TV writers and producers have information about the Affordable Care Act that can be stitched into plot lines watched by millions.
The government limped into a third day of partial shutdown Thursday with no sign of a way out after a White House conversation between President Barack Obama and top congressional leaders seemed only to harden the stances of Democrats and Republicans.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama summoned congressional leaders to the White House on the second day of a partial government shutdown that has furloughed hundreds of thousands of workers and closed military cemeteries as far away as France. Republican and Democratic leaders agreed to meet Wednesday afternoon but showed no signs of yielding.