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Oregon’s Dental Access Lags As Advocates Seek Solutions

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Only about 40% of Oregon dentists accept Medicaid patients. More than two dozen rural communities don’t even have a single dentist.

Lawmakers Tackle A Rising Slice Of Health Care Costs

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The Oregon legislative session that starts next week is likely to be the stage of a contentious battle over high health care costs -- but this time prescription drugs won’t be the focus.

Dialysis will.

Carbon Tax Fight Looms Over Health Care Bills In Upcoming Session

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Oregon’s legislative leaders aren’t expecting health care to be the wedge issue that divides lawmakers this session.

Lawmakers Push Proposal to Ban All Flavored Vaping Products

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All flavored vaping products may become banned in Oregon, as state lawmakers look for answers to curb nicotine addiction among Oregon’s youth.

Lawmakers Ready Bills On Prescription Drug Prices, Staffing Shortages 

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Oregon lawmakers are gearing up for another legislative session starting early next month, hoping to pass bills that would tackle soaring prescription drug prices, staffing shortages and a host of other issues.

Oregon State Hospital Struggles To Keep Up With Patient Demand

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The Oregon State Hospital continues to grapple with delays in admitting patients, even as the state-run mental health hospital stays compliant with a court order requiring timely admission of defendants who need treatment before they can stand trial in criminal cases.

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