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Top Political News - April 24, 2015
  • Ferrioli discusses marijuana politics
  • Legislative committee OKs more background checks on firearm sales
  • SolarCity's university solar projects cost Oregon taxpayers $12M
  • Affordable housing bill crosses big hurdle
  • Bill would let motorcyclists drive between cars during jams
  • Bill would map video gambling machines against neighborhood wealth
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  • Uber is officially live in Portland
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  • Central Oregon schools agree: education budget isn’t enough
  • Nearly one in five Oregonians binge drinks
  • State data center security flaws found in 2012 still not fixed
  • Tribes call for water
  • Uber, Lyft get the green light
  • Portland gang violence is surging says Charlie Hales
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