On Nov. 4, Measure 91 offers Oregonians another opportunity to legalize pot - or to just say no again.
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Get better informed on Oregon’s seven statewide ballot measures that voters will decide Nov. 4, 2014.
A ballot measure that would require labels on genetically engineered foods is now the costliest ballot measure in Oregon history.
The debate of which road the City of Florence should take in improving one of its well-known drives has a lot of people concerned about the town's staple - rhododendrons.
Republican candidate for governor Dennis Richardson is asking Oregon's top federal prosecutor to investigate whether the fiancee of Gov. John Kitzhaber violated federal law through her consulting work.
The scandal surrounding John Kitzhaber’s fiancée could be enough to swing the governor’s race in Oregon, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for our Portland news affiliate KATU.
With winter fast approaching, members of the Human Rights Commission are calling this an emergency situation.
Supporters of a bond that would help fund Springfield's public schools met at Thurston High School Sunday to canvas their neighborhoods in support of Bond Measure 20-226.
Both sides in Oregon's debate over whether to legalize marijuana are appealing to maternal instincts with the election less than three weeks away.
From student debt to protecting the state's natural resources, the three candidates for Oregon’s fourth congressional district squared off Wednesday night in a debate at the University of Oregon.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has asked a state commission whether his fiancee is subject to state ethics law and, if so, whether she's broken the law.
Former Republican presidential candidate, successful businessman, and conservative leader Herman Cain arrived in Eugene on Friday, October 10 to speak to a crowd of about 40 at the Gerlinger Lounge on the University of Oregon campus.
Though there is no organized opposition to Measure 89, the ACLU of Oregon contends the amendment is unnecessary because the state Constitution says: "No law shall be passed granting to any citizen or class of citizens privileges, or immunities, which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens."