The Oregon worker whose husband endured a brutal smear campaign from her own union will receive thousands of dollars for her back dues.
Voters in Oregon will have the opportunity this November to decide the future of a decades-old sanctuary state law.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed full pardons for two Oregon ranchers serving federal prison time for setting fire to public land.
An Oregon state worker has paid thousands of dollars to the union that spent tens of thousands of dollars attacking her husband.
Oregon’s Democratic governor said Wednesday that she will refuse any request by President Donald Trump to deploy National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) is trying to put the brakes on a bipartisan anti-sex trafficking bill that is picking up steam and appears headed for all but certain Senate passage early next year.
Oregon’s two Democratic senators are blocking one of President Trump’s judicial nominees with claims that a “longstanding” state tradition mandating that nominees be chosen from their “judicial selection committee” was violated, but the tradition they cite has never applied to picks for the U.S. Circuit Court, according to records viewed by the Washington Free Beacon.
A federal appeals court ruled that a top labor regulator abandoned its mission as a neutral arbiter when it sanctioned a company for calling the police on union organizers for trespassing.
A new bill sitting on Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s (D.) desk would reduce convictions for first-time possession of heroin, cocaine, and meth, among other drugs.
Health insurers in Washington, D.C., Oregon, and Vermont have requested double-digit premium rate increases for Obamacare plans next year, according to state and district insurance commissioners.