Oregon DOJ News

Oregon Sunshine Committee 2020 Public Notice

The Oregon Sunshine Committee is meeting on Monday, February 10 at 1:30 PM. The meeting will be held in room 343 of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss and potentially vote on two items presented by the legislation review subcommittee, related to 2020 Senate Bills 1505… View Article

Posted in Media Release, Public Records Reform on February 3, 2020

AG Rosenblum Sues Trump Administration over Healthcare Access and Reproductive Rights

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today joined a coalition of 7 states and the District of Columbia in suing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) over a requirement that threatens women’s access to abortion, and puts Oregon women at risk of accidentally losing health insurance coverage. In December 2019, HHS issued a final… View Article

Posted in Media Release on January 30, 2020

Oregon Sunshine Committee 2020 Public Notice

The Legislation Review Subcommittee of the Oregon Sunshine Committee will meet telephonically on February 3, 2020 at 1:30 pm.  The only agenda item is to discuss the Open Government Impact Statements associated with measures to be considered by the Legislative Assembly during the upcoming session.  The statements to be discussed will not be posted to… View Article

Posted in Media Release, Public Records Reform on January 30, 2020

Data Privacy Day: AG Rosenblum Launches “Do Not Click” Campaign

In commemoration of Data Privacy Day (January 28, 2020), Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum released a “Do Not Click” campaign to educate Oregonians about staying safe online. She is hoping to alert people to the dangers of clicking on links that appear to be legitimate—but are not. Scammers may pretend to be an official organization,… View Article

Posted in Consumer Protection, Media Release on January 28, 2020

Oregon DOJ Releases New Statewide PSA to Promote Oregon’s New Bias and Hate Law

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today announced a new statewide public service (PSA) campaign to make Oregonians aware of the state’s new hate and bias crime law, which fully went into effect January 1, 2020. The PSA will be distributed this week at no cost to all television stations, radio stations and print media outlets… View Article

Posted in Hate and Bias Crimes, Media Release on January 28, 2020