Brown says Oregon instead should be "building trust and accountability in state government."
Gov. Kate Brown says the man who leaked former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails to WW should not face criminal charges.
Brown says she believes state IT manager Michael Rodgers acted to protect public records after Kitzhaber’s office requested in February that about 6,000 of Kitzhaber’s emails be deleted from state computers and based on what she's read, his acti...
The Eugene Register-Guard today came to the defense of Michael Rodgers, the state IT official who faces civil and criminal investigations after refusing a request to delete former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails from state servers, and then leaking the emails to WW. State officials placed Rodgers on paid leave Feb. 20 and have pursued parallel investigations against h...
Today's WWcover story is about Michael Rodgers, a high-level state of Oregon manager who refused a request to delete former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails from state servers—and later, after he grew concerned about state officials' response to that request, made a copy of the emai...
Michael Rodgers has a secret: He’s the one who leaked Gov. John Kitzhaber’s emails. Here’s why he did it.
On Friday, Feb. 20, Michael Rodgers
looked up from his iPad to the parking lot outside his Salem office
window. Three people strode toward the entrance of his building. He knew
who they were,
Commissioner didn't disclose family tie to product.
Multnomah County Commissioner Diane McKeel wants to spend $200,000 of taxpayer money next year to publicize the availability of a new drug called Truvada, which can help prevent HIV. The Oregonianreported McKeel's budget request on Monday but did not report that...
The Attorney General’s favorite Portland law firm is cleaning up financially. It’s also run afoul of a federal judge.
Nearly 3,000 Oregonians with disabilities have waited more
than three years for their day in federal court on a potentially
groundbreaking civil rights case.
In a sweeping class
In the wake of the abrupt resignation of former Gov. John Kitzhaber on Feb. 18, lawmakers and Kitzhaber's successor, Gov. Kate Brown, have introduced a variety of bills aimed at increasing accountability and transparency in government.
Many of the proposed reform bills are going nowhere but one, More
Among the many lucrative speeches Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has made since resigning as U.S. secretary of state in 2013, few paid better than an April 8, 2014, address Clinton made in Portland to the World Affair...More