Oregon DOJ News

Oregon Sunshine Committee 2018 Public Notice

The Oregon Sunshine Committee will meet on Wednesday, July 18 at 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm in Hearing Room C of the Oregon State Capitol, 900 Court St NE, Salem, OR 97301. The meeting will also be streamed live on the Citizen Engagement Video website. Agenda Approval of prior minutes (possible discussion, vote) Continue discussion regarding criteria for… View Article

Posted in Media Release, Public Records Reform on July 13, 2018

Oregon Joins Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration Family Separation Policy

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today joined a coalition of 17 Attorneys General in a lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s policy of forced family separation on the U.S./Mexico border. The lawsuit was filed today » in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. “This cruel policy has already had a horrendous impact in… View Article

Posted in Media Release on June 26, 2018

AG Rosenblum Announces Appointment of Steve Novick as NYU State Impact Center Legal Fellow

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today announced the appointment of former Portland City Commissioner Steve Novick as a Legal Fellow from the NYU State Impact Center. As a Legal Fellow, Novick will work as an Oregon Special Assistant Attorney General on legal cases related to clean energy, climate change and the environment. The position is… View Article

Posted in Media Release on June 22, 2018

Statement from AG Rosenblum on Lawsuit Challenging Federal Government’s Family Separation Policy

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that they plan to file a multistate lawsuit as early as next week, demanding that the children who have been separated from their parents at the border be promptly reunited with their families. Even with the President’s new executive order, there are… View Article

Posted in Media Release on June 21, 2018

AG Rosenblum Looking for Information from Oregonians on Children Separated from Families at the Border

Oregon Attorney General Rosenblum today encouraged Oregonians who believe they may have family impacted by the Trump administration’s decision to separate families at the border, or know of children who have been separated and may have been placed in Oregon, to contact the Oregon Attorney General’s office. “Right now, we have very limited information about… View Article

Posted in Media Release on June 19, 2018