MEDFORD, Ore.- On February 29th, the Oregon House took a major step in addressing Oregon’s addiction crisis by making changes to Measure 110. The bill passed with bipartisan support, and it now heads to the Senate. HB 4002, which would ...

SALEM, Ore.– A bill that would increase civil penalties for violating child labor laws has passed both legislative chambers and is heading to the governor’s desk. House Bill 4004 would increase the maximum fine for violating child labor laws from ...

SALEM, Ore.– There are only 12 days left in this year’s short legislative session, and lawmakers are getting closer to voting on a few important bills. Legislators are expecting to vote on Governor Tina Kotek’s housing bill by the end ...

SALEM, Ore.- Legislators in Salem appear to have reached a deal on Measure 110 to reinforce drug treatment. That’s according to Ashland State Representative Pam Marsh who says the state is working toward a criminal penalty for possession. That being ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.– Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon is looking for $4.5 million in funding. This comes after Jackson County voters passed a $28 million bond in 2019 to upgrade and replace emergency communications equipment. But ECSO said more upgrades ...

SALEM, Ore.– We’re already a week into the 2024 Legislative Session and there are plenty of important deadlines this week for many bills. Legislators are still working on addressing the housing shortage and revising Measure 110. Any bills that don’t ...

SALEM, Ore.– Hundreds of bills were introduced in the Oregon Legislature Tuesday as this year’s short legislative session gets underway. Most of this legislative session will be focused on revising Measure 110 and addressing the housing shortage. But local legislators ...

SALEM, Ore.– The 2024 Legislative Session kicked off today in Salem. Democrats and Republicans are both working to revise Measure 110 and address the housing crisis across the state. This short session will only last 35 days, which makes it ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday to uphold voter-approved Ballot Measure 113. This ruling also upholds Secretary of State Lavonne Griffin-Valde’s previous ruling that nine Republican and one Independent state senators who participated in the legislative ...

SALEM, Ore. – Some big news from Salem Thursday. Oregon inaugurated its seventh kid governor. Portland 5th grader Zoya Shah ran on a platform to create mental health awareness in kids. Her three point plan includes removing stigma, identifying triggers ...

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