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Politicians in Salem are debating whether to refer to the ballot a new program that would contain health insurance premiums for Oregon consumers. OSPIRG runs the numbers to clarify what's at stake in this debate.

Congress may be about to make a historic mistake that could raise costs and degrade the quality of health care for countless Oregonians—all without seriously taking on any of the myriad problems in our health care system.

Open enrollment for 2017: What you need to know

By | Jesse Ellis O'Brien
Policy Director

It’s that time again: Time to enroll in health insurance for 2017. Here’s our guide to Oregon’s open enrollment period, which starts November 1.

An update on the latest developments with health insurance rates for 2017 and what they mean for the future of healthcare in our state.

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