Oregon DOJ News

Oregon Joins 11 States to Oppose Increased Fees at National Parks

Oregon joined a coalition of 11 state Attorneys General to send a letter to the National Park Service (NPS) opposing their proposal to dramatically increase entrance fees at 17 popular national parks. Under the proposal, the per vehicle entrance fees during peak season would increase to $70, from the current fee of $25 or $30…. View Article

Posted in News on November 22, 2017

Oregon Joins Lawsuit Against US Department of Homeland Security for Failing to Disclose Immigration Records

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced today that Oregon has joined nine other attorneys general in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for its failure to respond to a request for information relating to the detention and deportation of immigrants. The complaint, filed today in the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts, says… View Article

Posted in Media Release on October 17, 2017

Oregon Joins ACA Health Care Subsidies Lawsuit

Oregon joined a multi-state lawsuit against the Trump administration’s recent Executive Order that will stop certain ACA healthcare subsidies. In response to filing the lawsuit, AG Rosenblum said: “Oregon, along with 18 other states, is joining California’s lawsuit against the President — defending ACA payments that help many families access affordable health insurance. Once again,… View Article

Posted in News on October 13, 2017

Attorney General Rosenblum Announces Opioid Multi-State Investigation

Oregon Takes Lead Role in the Investigation Attorney General Rosenblum today announced that Oregon is on the leadership team of a multi-state investigation of manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids. As part of the investigations, a bi-partisan group of 41 Attorneys General are seeking documents and information from various manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids…. View Article

Posted in Media Release on September 19, 2017

Equifax Data Breach: What You Need to Know

Scam Alert One of the three major credit reporting companies – Equifax – revealed that the personal data of 143 million U.S. consumers in its care – nearly half the country – has been compromised. This huge hack of personal data occurred over the period of May through July, 2017, but was not publicly reported by Equifax… View Article

Posted in Consumer Protection, News, Privacy on September 11, 2017