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Top Political News - September 22, 2017
  • Oregon Supreme Court Upholds Portland's Arts Tax
  • Candidates in Oregon's top election race building war chests
  • Don't expect big federal aid for transportation, former official says
  • Tolls a discussion item at regional conference
  • Editorial: Richardson makes good decision about state audits
  • My View: Health care tax would hurt middle class
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  • 5 things to know for Friday, including a couple of do-gooding Portland beverage makers doing good things
  • Tax reform starts with small business
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  • Guest Column: We must act to prevent wildfires
  • Oregon's biggest solar project, for Apple, nears completion
  • After vitriolic campaign, voters oust mayor of Jefferson, Oregon
  • Overlook Neighborhood Association chair demands camp leave
  • Pendleton City Council approves settlement with old city hall owners
  • Portland on short list to get a Major League Baseball team
  • Salem considers ban on daytime sidewalk sitting
  • State of Oregon holding onto millions of dollars in unclaimed assets
  • Springfield declines to file charges against Eugene police officer over alleged off-duty road rage incident

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  • Herrera Beutler makes case against Oregon interstate tolling plan
  • Report: Oregon faces largest cuts under Republican's new health care plan
  • Lawmakers approve controversial ballot title for health care tax repeal effort
  • Editorial: New law may help but won't stop distracted driving
  • Editorial: Public records law has another hole
  • ODFW Biologist: Lethally Removing Pilot Rock Turkeys Is Way to Go
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  • Lane County settles lawsuits with former Commissioner Rob Handy, paying $89K
  • Old Town Chinatown Community Association doesn't want city's proposed homeless shelter
  • Proposed Kesey Square name change heads to committee after Eugene councilors spar
  • Stanfield passes nuisance ordinance, considers mobile food vending rules
  • Probation for North Clackamas teacher arrested with heroin
  • Nurses are confronting an epidemic of violence (Guest opinion)

  • September 20, 2017
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions slams sanctuary cities, cites Portland case
  • Governor doesn't get meeting with Sessions
  • 'Dirty secret' of Oregon jury system could go before U.S. Supreme Court
  • Eliminating Medicaid backlog will cost Oregon at least $4.3 million
  • Editorial: Cascade-Siskiyou should be shrunk
  • Justice requires a tougher standard than 'guilty enough:' Editorial
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  • Barreto announces bid for third term
  • Central Oregon unemployment rates rise as job seekers enter market
  • Editorial: State lawmakers shouldn't lose ability to hire relatives
  • Security system growing across Lincoln county buildings
  • AG Rosenblum will help lead widespread opioid investigation
  • Portland Public Schools hires seasoned investigators to examine sexual misconduct failings
  • Portland pushes back against Sessions' criticisms
  • Petition asks South Lane school board to axe superintendent
  • Rep. Hernandez Cleared of Allegation He Ranked Female Lobbyists by Attractiveness
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