The former New York Times columnist Nick Kristof got his old job back.
Author: Rachel Monahan
Oregon Has Just One Republican in Congress. Could One of These Three Candidates Become the Second?
Oregon Republicans have to like their chances to pick up a seat in Congress this November.
Nik Blosser, Biden Administration Official and Former Aide to Gov. Kate Brown, Has Returned to Oregon
Nik Blosser, who served as special assistant to President Joe Biden and deputy cabinet secretary, left the White House on Friday, July 15.
Three Clues to Where the Candidates for Oregon Governor Stand On Abortion Rights.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision last month to overturn the federal right to abortion set off a scramble among the leading candidates for Oregon governor on how they would address the suddenly top-of-mind issue.
Oregon Lowers the Fine for Cake Shop That Refused to Serve Lesbian Couple in 2013
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry has reduced the fine it imposed on a cake shop that refused to serve a lesbian couple in 2013, the agency announced today.
Democratic Rival Also Criticizes Betsy Johnson Over Car Crash Defense
The Republican and Democratic nominees for Oregon governor can agree on at least one thing: that Betsy Johnson, their unaffiliated rival, should not have tried to pass of the costs of a car accident to taxpayers and should not have tried to shield her…
Rival Attacks Betsy Johnson, Unaffiliated Candidate for Governor, Over Her Attempt to Evade Lawsuit
Republican gubernatorial nominee Christine Drazan today attacked her rival Betsy Johnson, an unaffiliated candidate for governor, for trying to dodge legal responsibility in a 2013 car crash.
Betsy Johnson Crashed Into Another Motorist. Then She Tried to Claim Legislative Immunity.
In 2013, according to court records, then-state Sen.
Portland Officials Travel to Denmark
A delegation of Portland elected officials and staff went to Denmark last week to learn about that country’s efforts to decarbonize industrial businesses.