The Oregon Medical Association and a handful of health leaders are putting their money behind Gov. Kate Brown’s top Republican challenger while she continues to collect money from biotech companies, as well as health insurers and pharmacy benefit managers.
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown issued a press release Tuesday calling for new accountability measures into the Medicaid renewal process, but everything she suggested are things that the Oregon Health Authority is already doing.
At the gubernatorial debated in Eugene on Thursday night, Gov. Kate Brown vowed to neither cut healthcare coverage nor cause eligible people to lose their Oregon Health Plan coverage, even if the Democratic-backed corporate tax increase, Measure 97, fails on Nov. 8.