Several state lawmakers chafed at the lottery’s foray into sports gambling without legislative consent.
A Wi-Fi safety study made it through the Oregon Legislature. Other bills didn’t survive.
Creating children’s taxing districts is a perennial idea in Salem. This year, it’s getting some traction.
A bill seeks to increase inspections. But does it do enough?
Deputy district attorneys want the same pension benefits as police and firefighters.
Senate Bill 577 will create a hotline for hate crime victims and change the existing “intimidation” charge to a new “bias crime” charge.
Affordable housing advocates and powerful Sen. Betsy Johnson want to shift tourism dollars for tourist towns with limited housing.