12/13/13 09:45 AM
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon's health exchange and insurance carriers are looking at extending deadlines to allow more people to get coverage starting Jan. 1, Cover Oregon's acting director said Thursday. The news came two days after Bruce Goldberg and Gov. John Kitzhaber acknowledged that,...
By Philip Klein | 12/11/13 09:04 AM
Oregon, once touted as a model for President Obama's health care law, signed up just 44 people for insurance through November, despite spending more than $300 million on its state-based exchange. The state’s exchange had the fewest sign-ups in the nation, according to a new report today by...
By Associated Press | 12/04/13 09:37 AM
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) — A task force made up of ranchers, the Klamath Tribes and others is wrapping up work on recommendations to end decades of conflicts over water in the Upper Klamath Basin. Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber, U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, and a representative of the...
11/20/13 10:27 AM
(www.oregonlive.com) The number of Oregonians who received food stamps dipped below 800,000 this fall for the first time in nearly two years, but forecasters say they expect almost 24,000 more Oregonians to rely on government food aid than in their last forecast in the spring.
By Jonathan J. Cooper | 11/18/13 08:16 AM
With all the problems facing the rollout of President Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a state that enthusiastically embraced the federal law but has so far failed to enroll a single person in the state's insurance exchange.
By Associated Press | 11/04/13 10:19 AM
PORTLAND, Ore. — The acting chief of the Bonneville Power Administration is pledging to fix problems in the agency's human resources department and says Bonneville will not tolerate retaliation.
11/03/13 04:49 PM
PORTLAND, Ore. — The acting chief of the Bonneville Power Administration is pledging to fix problems in the agency's human resources department and says Bonneville will not tolerate retaliation. Elliot Mainzer said he's trying to turn the corner and focus on the future. "I want people to...
11/03/13 04:11 PM
PORTLAND, Ore. — Carly Poe knows $20 might not seem like a lot of money to some folks. A twenty would go pretty fast at a trip to the movies, after all. But for Poe, 33, and her 14-year-old son, $20 is three or four days' worth of meals.
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