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Oregon employers could face 7 day paid sick leave policy.
City leaders acknowledge some details remain unclear.
Lottery hopes more money is spent on the state's video slot machines.
FDA released its final rule implementing federal menu labeling requirement.
Raising wages without adjusting the social safety net could do more harm than good.
A side-by-side comparison of the provisions of three legal states.
Amazon service will feature booking at independent hotels and resorts.
The NRA continues advocacy for immigration legislation at the federal level.
Both countries agreed to increase the validity of short-term tourist and business visas.
OLCC will explore policy questions that require public and stakeholder input.
Hotels are encouraged to stay informed and follow official guidelines.
Technology is reshaping restaurants more than ever.
Multnomah Circuit Court is expected to make a decision in the coming weeks.
Some businesses find the new ordinance comes with excessive tracking.
Starting Jan. 1 many employers could face penalties for failing to offer health plans.
Lane County holds panel for Eugene preemption over home rule.
Measure 90 allows all voters to choose among all candidates in a single open primary.
Willamette Week released it annual Top 100 list of "Favorite Restaurants in Portland."
The street fee would create a new income tax on residents and flat fees for businesses.
September’s performance resulted in the second consecutive month of growth.
Make considerations in leasing the right size and shape of restaurant space.
The company blocked consumer Wi-Fi networks last year during a conference.
Bureau reports restaurants added 20,400 jobs in September.
Kenji Sugahara, Executive Director of Oregon Bicycle Racing Association, named to Commission.
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