Rasmussen 4/26/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error Mode: Automated phone (Rasmussen release) Oregon 2010 Governor 41% Dudley (R), 41% Kitzha...
Helping veterans transition back to work is a business imperative. Oregon is creating teams of job specialists who meet with returning troops, providing training, education and employment.
Hood to Coast chronicles a brutal 197-mile relay race in Oregon that starts on Mount Hood at an elevation of 6,000 feet and ends the following day when the runners cross the finish line at sea level.
Chatroulette does an excellent job of representing the world in its truest form. Filled with "Irish spirit," we fired up a webcam and got ready for whatever the world had to offer on St. Patty's Day.
Scrutinizing and cutting wasteful tax expenditures is a necessary part of fiscal planning. And leading states are showing that it's doable.
With New Jersey recently becoming the 14th medical marijuana state, activists in marijuana law reform have been celebrating. After all, over 82 mil...
Pediatric aid-in-dying is coming out of the medical closet. In an era of parental rights and child welfare, maybe we are finally ready to grant suffering minors the right to die.
Social networking giant Facebook has been taking heat from enviros recently for its decision to site a massive new data center in Prineville, Ore. The issue? Coal.
Just hours before the Olympics officially kicked-off, the Pacific Coast Collaborative gathered in Vancouver. If action is going to be taken on the environment, it's going to have to start at the local level.
From what the chemical and packaging industries have been saying in response to questions about the safety of certain products, American innovation may be in trouble.
The west coast of North America may increasingly be one of the most habitable, "green," and economically vibrant regions in North America and the planet.
American common sense intuition is something the Move Your Money campaign has tapped into and helped amplify. It's been there all along and it's not going to go away.
On Wednesday, Oregonians voted to approve ballot measures that will raise taxes on rich people to pay for social services and education proving that there is now a chance most Americans have not lost their minds.
On Thursday, voters in Oregon approved two measures that will increase taxes on big corporations and wealthy individuals to help cover the state's $733 million budget deficit.
On Tuesday, voters in Oregon overwhelmingly passed ballot initiatives approving modest tax increases on high-income earning individuals and businesses...
Ruth Proskauer Smith, a friend and an activist for individual autonomy, died last night, closing her life in the manner she had wished for, planned fo...