The 6-3 decision in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturned a nearly 50-year precedent.
Reproductive health care providers in Oregon have prepared for months for an influx of patients from states where doctors face prison time for providing abortions.
The vote to overturn a union-negotiated deal for 1,600 nurses could have major ripple effects beyond the Portland hospital — one of three in Oregon where nurses have authorized a strike.
Te new board will address high prescription drug prices that are unaffordable to many and make up a large portion of state health spending.
People are looking for ways to ensure abortion access if Roe v. Wade falls, but the idea of setting up clinics on tribal lands raises a host of issues.
Institution proposes to zero out profit margins to grow by about 400 employees, mostly to replace costly temp nurses.
A rise in home testing and decrease in disease severity have masked a large increase in COVID-19 infections in Oregon, but the state’s poop doesn’t lie.
Oregon Division of Financial Regulation report finds violations of the state’s 2017 Reproductive Health Equity Act.
The triage and treatment center in Beaverton will add 86 detox, sobering and residential treatment beds as soon as 2024.
The push in Oregon to organize for better working conditions reflects a broader national trend.