She authored an historically bleak jobs report.
We found an app that helps you find gigs during the shutdown.
Local labor organization Portland Jobs With Justice yesterday criticized New Seasons’ sale Good Food Holdings, the U.S. subsidiary of a South Korean company.
A new report finds that rural Oregonians aren’t sharing in the booming economy in the state’s urban centers.
Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson, a retired nurse from Gresham, Oregon, was the quiet vote that caused Senate Democrats to concede the cap-and-trade bill.
The contentious cap and trade bill that caused Republicans to flee the Senate for nine days was effectively pronounced dead on Saturday. But it may have a chance at resuscitation.
One Republican replies: “If you send the state police to get me, Hell’s coming to visit you personally.”
The takeaway from layoffs at Stimson Lumber: Forest products jobs are being replace by tourism jobs that pay a lot less.
The company’s CEO, Andrew Miller, has long bridled at Democratic tax and environmental policies.