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The 35th, 37th and current Governor of Oregon, assumed office again in 2011.
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ENG: John Albert Kitzhaber (born March 5, 1947) is the 37th Governor of Oregon. He served as the 35th Governor of Oregon from 1995 to 2003, and became the first person to be elected to the office three times when he was re-elected to a non-consecutive third term in 2010. Prior to becoming a politician in Oregon, he was a practicing physician. He graduated from South Eugene High School in 1965, Dartmouth College in 1969, and Oregon Health & Science University with a medical degree in 1973. Kitzhaber practiced medicine from 1973 to 1986 in Roseburg, Oregon as an emergency room physician. Kitzhaber began his political career in 1979 as a member of the Oregon House of Representatives for one term. In 1980, he was elected to the Oregon State Senate, where he served three terms from 1981 ...
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Kitzhaber:Economy of innovation'll lead us out of recession

Oregon's escape from the recession will be led by forward thinking small- and medium-sized businesses, Gov. John Kitzhaber said today as he outlined his vision for the state's recovery. In a speech to the Salem Rotary Club, Kitzhaber described what he calls an "economy of innovation" that would put people to work weatherizing schools, reaping biomass material and making solar energy materials. "We have a huge opportunity here," Kitzhaber said, noting that the state already is starting to attract firms such as SoloPower, which is expected to put hundreds to work making solar panels in ...

Gov. Kitzhaber signs health insurance bills

Gov. John Kitzhaber signed bills Monday that will give children year-round access to health insurance and require health insurers to use standardized forms to simplify paperwork for doctors and hospitals. Senate Bill 514, which goes into effect immediately, enables Oregonians who do not get insurance through an employer to buy insurance for their children at any time. Insurers have restricted enrollment for children to February and August because of federal health care reforms that require insurers to accept children with pre-existing illnesses or health conditions. Insurers restricted ...

Oregon Governor Signs Utilities Tax Legislation

Northwest Natural Gas Company, dba NW Natural (NYSE:NWN), today reported that Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber has signed Senate Bill 967 into law, effective immediately. On March 29, 2011, Senate Bill 967 was introduced in the Oregon Senate to repeal the existing law governing the annual regulatory adjustment for income taxes paid by certain utilities. The bill passed the Senate on April 20, 2011, and was passed by the Oregon House of Representatives on May 9, 2011. In 2005, Oregon Senate Bill 408 was signed into law, effective Jan. 1, 2006. SB 408 required certain regulated gas and electric ...

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Fixing Oregon education: Kitzhaber plan targets reading instruction, college scholarships, preschool
“Gov. John Kitzhaber got mostly praise and thumbs up for the $842 million package of education proposals he presented to his 'education investment board.'”
Oregon makes a play for preparedness
"Oregon state agencies have collaborated to create the beginning draft of the Cascadia Playbook, a statewide emergency response plan for major natural disasters."
Oregon's uninsurance rate cut more than half following federal health reforms, researchers say
“The number of uninsured Oregonians has dropped 63 percent, from 550,000 to 202,000 people, since national health care reforms took effect, researchers say. An estimated 95 percent of Oregonians now have health coverage, up from 86 percent last year.”
John Kitzhaber unveils two-year, $18.6 billion budget, proposing big spending on education, new programs
"We have created a tremendous opportunity for Oregon to reinvest in children, families, schools, communities and our rural economies. We have built this budget on principles rather than on programs.”

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