Gov. John Kitzhaber is expressing pessimism about the ability for Cover Oregon to get its website fully functioning before the March 31 deadline for people to sign up for insurance under the federal health care law.
The state Senate unanimously approved the measure on Friday, sending it to Gov. John Kitzhaber.
Two bills move on: Oregon prison guards can keep guns in their cars during the workday. Out-of-state drug criminals' charges will follow them into Oregon.
A ban on same sex marriage in Texas, wiped away by a federal judge, and the right to refuse doing business with gays in Arizona, ripped up by the governor. Those are two big decisions in the southwest are still being debated in the Northwest, and set precedents for similar issues that could go before Oregon voters come November.
Oracle Corp. is pulling nearly two-thirds of its software developers from Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange project, even though the public still doesn't have access to the promised seamless, swift sign-ups for coverage, and key features are unfinished.
Senators approved a bill that would prohibit disclosure of agreements signed by ranchers over conservation of habitat for sage grouse, a threatened ground bird.
A bill allowing Oregon schools to keep Native American mascots now needs only Gov. John Kitzhaber's signature to become law.
Supporters of a referendum granting driving privileges to people who can't prove they're legally in the United States are trying to rewrite the official summary that will appear on the ballots in November.
Oregon courts could get more discretion in which drunken drivers are required to use breath alcohol monitoring devices before getting behind the wheel.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Oregon schools are one step closer to keeping Native American mascots under a bill that cleared the House Education committee Monday.
Oregon's attorney general will not defend the state's ban on gay marriage, arguing it cannot withstand a federal constitutional challenge.
The Oregon Legislature may be on the verge of resolving a longstanding conflict over how to tax prepaid cellphones to pay for emergency services.
The Oregon State Senate passed a bill giving local governments the authority to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries, which will now move to the House.
Cover Oregon rolled out its online enrollment system on Tuesday to insurance agents and community organizations, allowing them to directly enroll people with less complex situations from start to finish in one sitting.
The Oregon Senate has voted to make it illegal for cities and counties to block medical marijuana dispensaries from setting up shop.