Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services
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Following state restrictions and federal recommendations on gatherings in light of the coronavirus outbreak, Oregon OSHA has canceled a series of statewide public hearings – including March 26-27 in Bend – involving proposed rules concerning job safety and health.
Beginning today, Oregon consumers can weigh in on proposed health insurers' rates for 2015 small employer and individual health benefit plans. During this public process, consumers can also review insurers' cost and quality metrics, which insurers had to submit for the first time this year.
With the holiday spending season under way, the Oregon Division of Finance and Corporate Securities warns consumers about the dangers of unlicensed payday lenders.
Oregon’s insurance commissioner announced
The annual Oregon guide to Medicare insurance is now online and will soon be available in print.
The guide is available to people who:
The Oregon Insurance Division recently filed proposed rulemaking documents for this rule.