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Oregon Attorney General

Current State AG
Ellen Rosenblum (D)
Political Party
Democrat
Assumed Office

2012 (appointed)

Current Leadership Positions
DAGA Executive Committee
NAAG Vice-President

Ellen Rosenblum is Oregon’s first female AG. Prior to her appointment in June 2012 by former Governor John Kitzhaber to replace former AG John Kroger, she was a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals for six years and an Oregon Circuit Court and District Court judge. AG Rosenblum began her career in private practice at a firm in Eugene before serving as an Assistant US Attorney, where she specialized in prosecuting financial crimes.

Ellen Rosenblum is Oregon’s first female AG. Prior to her appointment in June 2012 by former Governor John Kitzhaber to replace former AG John Kroger, she was a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals for six years and an Oregon Circuit Court and District Court judge. AG Rosenblum began her career in private practice at a firm in Eugene before serving as an Assistant US Attorney, where she specialized in prosecuting financial crimes.

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The AG is an elected position in Oregon.

  • Next Election:November 5, 2024
  • Election Process:Elected
  • Term/Limit:4 years / none


Latest Oregon Attorney General News & Insights

Centene to Pay Oregon $17 Million over Medicaid Overbilling Allegations

Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum and Insurance Commissioner Andrew Stolfi announced a $17 million settlement with health care company Centene Corporation in connection with alleged overcharges by the company to Oregon’s Medicaid program for pharmaceutical costs. According to the AG’s office, Centene allegedly failed to provide certain discounts when serving as a pharmacy benefit manager and…

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Western AGs Seek to Intervene In Opposition to Natural Gas Pipeline Expansion

California AG Rob Bonta, Washington AG Bob Ferguson, and Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum have filed a Motion to Intervene and Protest requesting that FERC deny an application for a capacity expansion for the Gas Transmission Northwest Express (GTN) pipeline, a 1,377 mile-long pipeline running from British Columbia to Malin, Oregon, which is just north of the California state line. The project would expand the amount of natural gas transmitted by the pipeline by 150 million cubic feet per day, which, according to the AGs, would have significant impacts on climate change.

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Show Me the Money: Attorneys General Urge CFPB on Complaints About Money-Sharing Platforms, Apps

On December 20, 2021, a bipartisan group of 33 AGs, led by Idaho AG Lawrence Wasden and Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum, sent a letter to the Director of the CFPB in response to the CFPB’s Request for Comments on its Inquiry into Big Tech Payment Platforms. In the letter, the AGs urged the CFPB to strengthen consumer protections for money-sharing platforms and apps.

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