Should Oregon government be involved in the liquor business? Voters could decide the fate of liquor privatization next year.
The state health insurance exchange increased their number of registrants in private health plans to an estimated 7,500 people. One week ago, only 730 people were enrolled.
Portland lawmakers plan to present a bill at the February legislative session that could spark another debate over the city's homelessness and panhandling.
China has banned imports of shellfish from the U.S. West Coast after recent shipments of geoduck clams had high toxin levels.
Unmanned planes could rapidly transform agriculture, similar to moving from analog to digital technology.
More than 30,000 Oregonians who met the Cover Oregon deadline for submitting applications still don't have their enrollment packets.
BY HANNAH WALLACE | OB BLOGGER
The movement to label genetically modified foods suffered a major blow last month with the defeat of ballot measure 522 in Washington state, which would have required manufacturers to label foods containing GM ingredients. So what does 522‘s defeat mean for the GM-labeling efforts in Oregon?