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A cake that was served at the grand opening of the Recovery Works NW detox in Southeast Portland on Aug. 18, 2023. The withdrawal management facility was funded through Measure 110. | EMILY GREEN/THE LUND REPORT

Lies, damned lies — and Measure 110 statistics?

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The Capitol Building in Salem. | JAKE THOMAS/THE LUND REPORT
Legislative coverage

We're keeping an eye on the intersection of politics and health care in Salem. 
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Jonathan Mroz in Old Town on April 5, 2023, standing on the patch of sidewalk where he was living in tent before he entered a withdrawal management facility two years ago. Today he works just blocks away as a communications specialist for Central City Concern. | EMILY GREEN/THE LUND REPORT

Opinion: How to address homelessness in Portland

Sep 28, 2023
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Sterling Hanakahi, 73, and Anita Hanakahi, 70, of Tillamook say they were blindsided when Texas-based U.S. Renal Care executives announced they would close their kidney dialysis center in the coastal community Feb. 23. Anita has relied on the center for the past nine years. For her and 10 other local patients, she said, local dialysis treatment is a matter of life and death. | COURTESY OF ANITA HANAKAHI

Company says it will keep Tillamook dialysis clinic open until patients have care

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Sterling Hanakahi, 73, and Anita Hanakahi, 70, of Tillamook say they were blindsided when Texas-based U.S. Renal Care executives announced they would close their kidney dialysis center in the coastal community Feb. 23. Anita has relied on the center for the past nine years. For her and 10 other local patients, she said, local dialysis treatment is a matter of life and death. | COURTESY OF ANITA HANAKAHI

Tillamook dialysis closure has patients fearing the worst

Feb 7
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Lucas Coghill, 9, plays the PAX Good Behavior Game during class at Fern Hill Elementary School in Forest Grove, Ore., Nov. 9, 2023. The game focuses on helping students identify and encourage positive “PAX” behaviors and avoid “spleems” as part of daily classroom management. | KRISTYNA WENTZ-GRAFF/OPB/THE LUND REPORT

Prevention in schools gets help from Oregon Health Plan

Feb 15
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Clockwise from front left: Sophomores Madison Cailteux, Kaden Davis Young, Samuel Stanley, Jack Von Ammon and Pearl Carter participate in cooperative learning during science class at South Eugene High School on Dec. 11, 2023. | EMILY GREEN/THE LUND REPORT

Other states drive youth prevention in ways Oregon does not

Jan 16
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Oregon’s Medicaid Bonanza

Contractors using public funds to provide health care to 1.3 million low-income Oregonians on the Oregon Health Plan have amassed large sums while spending less on care. Our ongoing series examines where that money is going.

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