Lynne Terry of Oregon Capital Chronicle
The rules are the most comprehensive in the nation and are welcomed by environmental groups and farmworker advocates.
Leaders of three Planned Parenthood organizations say they’re increasing capacity with the expectation that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade
A spokesman said Wyden is fully vaccinated and has received two booster shots.
Oregonians rallied on Saturday calling for the Oregon Health Authority to step up its actions against substance use.
More scholarship money and perhaps tax credits would help stem Oregon’s nursing shortage, according to nursing students and deans of Oregon nursing schools.
Rural communities that are especially dependent on bringing in nurses are at risk of facing severe shortages, the research says.
Over the past two years, Oregon workplace safety officials were deluged with complaints, and they cited an unprecedented number of violators.
A new paper led by an Oregon State University researcher summarizes studies on psilocybin, including how Indigenous cultures safely used it as a remedy.
The state has failed to keep up with “unprecedented” demand by people seeking health insurance, food aid, case and child care assistance during the pandemic.