Politics

02 April 2013

Use Of Seclusion Cells for Students In Oregon May End

Posted in Politics

The Oregon Senate has voted to make "seclusion cells" used to isolate misbehaving students in schools illegal. The law would get rid of any freestanding or self-contained unit or cell used for punis ...

27 March 2013

The End Of DOMA?

Posted in Politics, Local, U.S. & World News, Regional

Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court could strike down the Defense of Marriage Act, which prevents legally married same-sex couples from receiving a wide range of federal benefits. Danielle Leigh reports.

14 March 2013

Budget Plans

Posted in Politics

Washington, D.C.

The President met with both Republicans and Democrats in separate meetings to try and win over Senate Republicans to find a common ground on getting a budget passed. Jennifer Johnson reports.

13 March 2013

Face-To-Face

Posted in Politics, Economy

President Obama meets with House GOP to discuss dueling budget plans. Jennifer Johnson reports.

12 March 2013

Dueling Budgets

Posted in Politics, U.S. & World News, Economy

Washington, D.C.

House proposal repeals Obamacare and restructures Medicare; Senate hopes to cut spending and close tax loopholes. Jennifer Johnson reports.

12 March 2013

Hacked & Exposed

Posted in Politics, U.S. & World News, Technology

Hackers post personal financial info of celebrities and top politicians including First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Biden, Jay-Z and Hillary Clinton. Mark Barger reports.

12 March 2013

Bill To Consider Veteran's History During Criminal Sentencing Goes To The Oregon House

Posted in Politics

Criminal courts could be required to consider a veteran's military history during sentencing under a bill passed by the Oregon senate. Senate Bill 124 was passed unanimously on Monday. It would give ...

11 March 2013

Hiring On The Rise

Posted in Politics, U.S. & World News, Economy

February jobs report shows steep increase in hiring; unemployment falls to 7.7%. Tracie Potts reports.

11 March 2013

The Fight For Saturday Mail

Posted in Politics, Economy

The U.S. Postal Service and Congress are squaring off over the plan to halt Saturday mail delivery. Chris Clackum reports.

08 March 2013

Oregon House Passes Wine Bill

Posted in Politics

Local wineries and vineyards are raising a glass to an Oregon bill that passed the house.     Oregon lawmakers passed House Bill 24-43 Wednesday, without a single vote against it.  This bill wou ...