Oregon DOJ News

Statement by Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum on the Passing of former Oregon Court of Appeals Judge Rick Haselton

Oregon lost a legal giant yesterday. I had the good fortune to engage with Judge Rick Haselton, on nearly a daily basis, for six years while we served  together on the Oregon Court of Appeals from 2005-2011. He was the presiding judge of my three-judge panel for four of those years;  we carpooled together to… View Article

Posted in Media Release on May 18, 2023

Oregon Secures $2.5-Million Multistate Settlement with EyeMed Over Data Breach that Affected Millions of Patients

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced a $2.5-million 4-state settlement with EyeMed Vision Care (“EyeMed”) that resolves an investigation into a data breach that compromised the personal and medical information of approximately 2.1 million people, including more than 11,000 Oregonians. The $750,000 Oregon will receive will go to supporting the state’s consumer protection and education efforts…. View Article

Posted in Consumer Protection, Media Release, Privacy on May 17, 2023

Have you been a TurboTax customer? If so, you may be getting a check in the mail!

Did you pay to file your federal income tax returns using TurboTax for tax years 2016, 2017, and/or 2018, even though you were eligible to file for free through the IRS Free File program? Many Oregonians did, and if you’re one of them you may be entitled to your money back. Under the terms of a $141… View Article

Posted in Consumer Protection, News on May 9, 2023

AG Rosenblum Applauds Progress on Common-Sense Gun Safety Bill

Urges Oregon Senate to Send Bill to the Governor’s Desk Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum applauded the Oregon House of Representatives for passing House Bill 2005 and urged quick action in the Senate to get the public safety bill to Governor Tina Kotek’s desk for signing. “This is my 4th session requesting we ban ‘ghost guns’ —and I… View Article

Posted in Media Release on May 2, 2023

AG Rosenblum: Full protections for early abortion prescription medication access remain intact in Oregon

Federal judge in Washington state bars federal government from taking any action that would reduce access to mifepristone in Oregon, 17 other states Today Judge Thomas O. Rice of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington issued an order confirming that the injunction he issued a week ago protecting access to mifepristone… View Article

Posted in Media Release, News on April 13, 2023