Oregon Public Broadcasting
Last year about 130,000 Oregonians enrolled in individual health insurance.
So far this year more than 150,000 have signed up with healthcare.gov.
That’s a 14 percent increase.
But what’ll happen if Obamacare is repealed?
A new poll by a Portland research firm suggests that voter sentiment in Oregon is moving strongly in favor of Democrat Hillary Clinton and turning toward opposition to the Measure 97 corporate tax initiative.
The U.S. Supreme Court told the state of Vermont on Tuesday it can’t force health insurers to hand over data on the amounts they pay for various medical claims.
A Portland non-profit has unveiled plans to build a new integrated health clinic and low-income apartment complex.
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is spending $14 million on an apartment complex for veterans, people with mental disabilities and low-income families.