SALEM – The Oregon Senate passed a bipartisan bill designed to tighten the state’s cannabis industry by requiring that the Oregon Liquor Control Commission tracking system be used to monitor marijuana produced and transferred within the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program system.
SALEM – The Oregon State Senate voted today to limit young people’s access to a common substance found in cough suppressants and other over-the-counter medications.
SALEM – Oregon Senate Majority Leader Ginny Burdick (D-Portland) and House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson (D-Portland) released the following statement today regarding plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act:
Sen. Michael Dembrow (D-Portland) released the following statement this morning regarding the federal settlement with Volkswagen over emissions fraud:
“The federal settlement with Volkswagen announced today represents a big win for protecting consumers and our planet. In addition to compensating Oregonians who Volkswagen misled, this settlement also creates an opportunity for all Oregonians.
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SALEM – Oregon Senate Democrats voted today to increase transparency in the insurance industry by compelling release of the details of complaints against insurance companies. Senate Bill 1591 passed by a 26-1 vote today on the Senate floor.
SALEM – The Oregon Senate extended access to affordable health care for patients across the state by passing Senate Bill 1503 this morning by a 21-4 vote.