Democratic Governor Kate Brown is expected to sign off on the law, which would affect areas that are home to some 2.8 million people.
Thirteen other states and Washington, D.C., allow those in the country illegally to get licenses.
Oregon has banned Wildlife Services' use of cyanide bombs, and some California counties have severed their contracts with the agency.
The case has reinvigorated a heated debate about anti-discrimination, freedom of religion, and First Amendment speech rights.
If rent-control measures pass in all of the states and cities where they're currently on the table, nearly a third of all renter households in the United States could secure relief.
Bills introduced in California and Oregon are the latest in an ongoing movement to enfranchise more young people.
A measles outbreak hits the Northwest, Australia breaks heat records, and a fourth state mulls banning the gay panic defense.
As wolves arrive in California for the first time since the 1920s, ranchers are turning to non-lethal methods to deter the gray wolves, once seen as livestock-killing vermin.
New evidence suggests Oregon's Medicaid expansion boosted short-term political participation in the years immediately after the law was passed.
The embattled Oregon governor talks to Pacific Standard about offshore oil, sexism in politics, and her neck-and-neck race against political newcomer Knute Buehler.
In Juliana v. United States, a group of young plaintiffs is trying to force the government into climate action—whether the president wants to or not.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a plan to block offshore drilling off the state's coast on Monday.
There is nothing more #MAGA than cowboys running the West.
A proposed natural gas pipeline is uniting Oregonians across the political spectrum.
Investigators say the Eagle Creek Fire was likely started by a boy's misuse of fireworks. Now Oregonians are calling for criminal charges.
The Burns Paiute tribe has got more of a right to that land than Ammon Bundy, or anyone else for that matter.