by Zack Ford Jul 10, 2015
Conservatives have a new spin on the claim that discriminating against same-sex couples is "free speech."
by Alan Pyke Jul 1, 2015
The cannabis legalization measure Oregon voters approved last year is now officially in effect. But it could be more than a year before the state's retail sales system catches up.
by Bryce Covert Jun 13, 2015 Updated: Jun 13, 2015
Oregon lawmakers just passed a paid sick leave bill, which now heads to the governor's desk for her signature.
by Bryce Covert Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 10, 2015
Two states just significantly expanded rights for domestic workers who are otherwise excluded from many workplace protections.
by Katelyn Harrop Jun 9, 2015
GMO crops are now completely banned in Jackson County, Oregon.
by Aviva Shen Apr 25, 2015
Sweet Cakes by Melissa refused to sell a wedding cake to Oregon couple Rachel Bowman-Cryer and Laurel Bowman-Cryer in 2013, saying it went against their religious beliefs to contribute to a same-sex wedding.
by Samantha Page Apr 13, 2015
In drought-stricken California, the food and beverage conglomerate is under investigation by the U.S. Forest Service.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 25, 2015
Could massive, diverse California go from one of the worst voter registration rates in the country to one of best?
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 19, 2015
As Congress fights over taxpayer funding for abortion, some local lawmakers are quietly working to change the conversation.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 16, 2015
Vermont Secretary of State James Condos tells ThinkProgress automatic registration would "benefit democracy in general as it will, most likely, increase voter turnout."