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Oregon state Rep. Buehler wins GOP primary for governor

Oregon state Rep. Knute Buehler has won the GOP gubernatorial primary, besting a crowded field vying to compete against incumbent Democrat Kate Brown in November.
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Front-runners Emerge in Packed GOP Race for Oregon Governor

Front-runners have emerged in the packed race to be the Republican candidate for Oregon governor, with the standouts differing sharply on issues like climate change, gun control and the state's..
Newsmax Also reported by •Seattle Times

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17 candidates file to run for governor in Oregon

17 candidates file to run for governor in Oregon
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Buehler wants $50 million to help fix Oregon foster care

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A state official will request $50 million from the Oregon Legislature to help fix issues within Oregon’s child welfare agency. The Statesman Journal reports Republican State Rep...
Seattle Times

Buehler files bills to reform Oregon Health Authority, CCOs

Rep. Knute Buehler, who is seeking the Republican nomination for governor, introduced two bills that he says will correct mismanagement at the Oregon Health Plan, the state’s Medicaid program, and..
bizjournals

Brown, Buehler could break spending record in race

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Gov. Kate Brown and Republican Rep. Knute Buehler have together raised $5.3 million in the 2018 race for governor, putting them on pace to exceed the most expensive governor’s..
Seattle Times

Knute Buehler talks safe opioid prescribing practices

Orthpedists tend to be high prescribers, but there are ways to cut back
bizjournals

Knute Buehler calls for special counsel to investigate Medicaid overpayments

Rep. Knute Buehler, who is seeking the Republican nomination for governor, is calling on Gov. Kate Brown to launch an investigation into $74 million in overpayments to Medicaid providers, which he says..
bizjournals

Top donors: Here's who's fueling Kate Brown's 2018 campaign

Kate Brown may be the incumbent in next year's Oregon gubernatorial race, but she's, in terms of overall fundraising, starting off, in a sense, in the underdog's role. Brown has so far raised about..
bizjournals

Knute Buehler knocks Brown over Medicaid problems

Buehler is running for the Republican nomination for governor, in hopes of unseating Democrat Kate Brown next year.
bizjournals

5 things to know for Thursday: A Portland sports radio host is quickly jettisoned

What's happening in your part of the Northwest? Around these parts, we're preparing for our Healthiest Employers of Oregon event, which is going on, like, right now. We're also — well, one of us,..
bizjournals

Nike boss Phil Knight donates $500,000 to Oregon GOP candidate

With Oregon’s gubernatorial race just a few months away, Republican lawmaker Knute Buehler’s campaign received a $500,000 boost from Nike co-founder Phil Knight to help fend off the Democratic..
FOXNews.com

Phil Knight donates $500K to Knute Buehler's 2018 campaign

Phil Knight made a $500,000 cash contribution to Rep. Knute Buehler's gubernatorial campaign on Monday. The Oregon Secretary of State's website lists the gift as an individual contribution from the..
bizjournals

Wide-ranging Rx drug price bill clears first Oregon committee hurdle

Rep. Rob Nosse’s attempt to rein in prescription drug prices in Oregon cleared its first big hurdle Monday by passing out of the House Committee on Health Care . An amended form of House Bill 2387 is..
bizjournals

To combat heroin overdoses, Oregon state rep to introduce Naloxone bill in 2016

Rep. Knute Buehler, a doctor and Bend Republican, wants to make it easier for people to dispense a life-saving drug to treat a heroin overdose. Buehler announced today he will introduce a bill in the..
bizjournals

Women Want Over-the-Counter Birth Control

New laws in California and Oregon will soon allow pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraceptives—including the patch, the ring, and the pill—enabling women to access more effective forms of birth..
Slate

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