The founders of Reimagine Oregon say change was incremental rather than transformative.
Here's what you need to know as lawmakers prepare to wrap things up in Salem
And that's a good thing: the Oregon Cannabis Equity Act would help level the playing field for BIPOC communities.
Esther Choo, cofounder of Time’s Up Health Care, is named in a new lawsuit against OHSU and the so-called “Tik Tok Doc.”
We talk with Ron Williams, outreach director at the Health Justice Recovery Alliance, about the new law that went into effect February 1. (No, it doesn't legalize everything.)
Oregon, Whose Oregon?
After nearly a century, is this the year “Oregon, My Oregon” will finally get a rewrite?
Gabriel Granillo and Julia Silverman
Trump v. Oregon
Here’s what they have to show for it.
The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was met with outpouring of grief and gratitude from Oregonians.
Portland Monthly Staff
Are the courts closed? Not quite. Can I still file for divorce? Technically, yes.
The verdict is a big win for criminal justice reform advocates.
The city council votes this month on banning facial recognition technology.
Wide Open Races
Spoiler: the real race is on the GOP side.
Buckle up, Beaver State. We have some catching up to do.
Count Them In
Meet the women of color who are making sure that every Oregonian gets counted.
A menstrual equity movement born in Portland goes national
The ban follows the death of two Oregonians and a national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses.
Save the Planet
Swap out that single-use plastic for locally made, reusable goods...OR ELSE.
Oregonians forked over $12 billion last year on slim chances to win big. Here’s how our state lottery plans to keep feeding that habit.
You already know Oregon law frowns on certain fireworks. But sky lanterns and pet leopards?
The Oregon Woman 2019
Turns out it matters who has a place at the table, even when you’re talking about soil erosion and transportation funding. Welcome to the matriarchy.