Changing the state constitution to allow health-care access to every resident and repealing a tax funding health coverage for 80,000 children are among the proposals going into next month's special session.
But legislators are doubtful that any significant health-reform change will be made at the session.
"Quite frankly, this short session should not address really substantive policy issues," said Rep. Ron Maurer, R-Grants Pass.
In fact, lawmakers don't expect much in the way of tweaking the state's pioneering health care reform laws this year.
Read the full story at the Statesman Journal.