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More than 150,000 Oregonians remain out of work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but income tax collections that support state services and public schools are likely to exceed pre-pand…

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A Senate hearing on legislation to alter state gun laws drew a cavalcade of passionate opposition.

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When the Oregon Health Authority issued its weekly list of which of the state's 373 zip codes that had the highest number of new COVID-19 cases, No. 1 caught the eye of Oregon politics.

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Oregon House Republicans disowned an official Oregon Republican Party claim that the riot at the U.S. Capitol was a "false flag" operation by Democrats to politically damage then-President Don…

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Gov. Kate Brown on Wednesday ordered 32,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines redirected to the Portland area instead of going to other parts of the state.

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Gov. Kate Brown has praised the proposal by now-President Joe Biden for another round of federal aid to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, including direct aid to states and communities.

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The Oregon Legislature returned to the Capitol on Monday amid a raging pandemic that has the Salem area under an "Extreme Risk" list for COVID-19 infections.

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With Democrats in control of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House, with Democrat Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration approaching, Americans can expect a large, long-term package of aid to help get thro…

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Right-wing demonstrators and supporters of President Donald Trump rallied outside the Oregon State Capitol on Jan. 6 as part of a nationwide protest of the 2020 Election results.

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In a day scarred by a historic violent attack on the U.S. Capitol as Congress met, shaken lawmakers insisted on resuming a session that went late into the night to approve the Electoral Colleg…

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U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz of Ontario has called for an investigation of the 2020 presidential election, a move that would delay and possibly derail the certification of Democrat Joe Biden's victor…

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Gov. Kate Brown abruptly announced new rules for school re-openings on Wednesday afternoon, making former directives optional and allowing districts to open if they follow safety precautions.

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Thousands of Oregonians may have to wait a little longer for payments, but action by Congress could ensure that their unemployment benefits will continue through March 13.