With the delta variant surging in the state, public health officials are urging the public to resume mask use and get vaccinated.
A package working its way through the budget process will amount to the Legislature’s largest-ever investment in necessary housing and services, advocates say.
In a lawsuit filed Monday, Laura Hanson says she was discouraged from taking protected medical leave and punished when she did. Hanson’s case led to changes in how the Legislature handles some workplace complaints.
Senate Bill 780 would protect hospitals and others from being sued for “acts or omissions” made because of emergency rules set by the government.
A bill introduced in the Oregon House would delay many facets of the Oregon Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program by a year.
Senate Bill 755, which is moving through the Legislature, includes some meaningful changes to the treatment process envisioned in 2020′s Ballot Measure 110.
Some Oregonians said a Legacy Health website for scheduling vaccine appointments would not let them complete a reservation Monday morning.
As new cases of COVID-19 rise in Oregon, Brown decided to extend the state of emergency until Jan. 2, 2021. It had been scheduled to expire Nov. 3.
Gov. Kate Brown is expanding Oregon’s statewide face mask policy, requiring that most Oregonians wear masks in outdoor situations when they cannot stay six feet from other people.