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Top Political News - May 20, 2018
  • Oregon Governor's race takes off
  • Special session begins Monday, Oregon lawmakers unsure what will happen
  • Editorial: Don't strangle legislator questions
  • Pass-through tax bill could be test case
  • Trump should pardon Oregon ranchers -- They aren't terrorists — Opinion
  • Some Trails Open After Columbia Gorge Wildfire
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Report analyzes impact on health insurance rates in Oregon from 'marketplace sabotage'
  • NFIB: Earnings report hits 45-year high
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  • The future of Central Oregon's wilderness is at stake
  • In Our View: Remain Wary on Tolls
  • Marylhurst faculty challenge decision to close university
  • 3 students arrested after gun passed around at Lebanon High

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  • What's Being Done To Stop The Opioid Crisis? — LISTEN: Lars Larson/Greg Walden
  • Wyden, Merkley: Keep consumer complaint files open
  • Buckle up, Oregon, the governor's race is for real: Editorial
  • Editorial: State should explain progress or failure in foster care
  • 'Alarming' number of attempts to hack city systems, Portland warns
  • Callahan has uphill battle against Schrader in Oregon's fifth district
  • Oregon Business Plan gathering feedback for 2019 legislative session
  • Oregon's Closest Primary Race Could Take Time To Find A Winner
  • Portland employees have received severance payouts of more than $100K ten times since 2015. — Update
  • Portland jury awards $20m for landlord's failure to make repairs
  • PPS teacher: Rewarding misbehavior?
  • University asks anti-illegal-immigrant group to change its O

  • May 18, 2018
  • The Redacted Transparency Promise of Oregon Governor Kate Brown
  • Democratic Socialists and allied activists will Protest Gov. Brown's Special Session
  • Ranchers rage at Blumenauer Farm Bill amendment
  • Uncertainty looms as Oregon legislators prep for special session
  • Walden panel sends 57 opioid bills to House floor
  • DeFazio calls for regional Veterans Integrated Service Networks to be abolished
  • Portland Democrat's primary loss shifts Oregon Senate balance
  • Editorial: Portland teachers union must come to negotiating table for student safety
  • Capitol Roundup: Campaigns already eying November general election
  • Klamath County, KCEDA outline first steps in new land development
  • Oregon officials say they plan to stop mega-dairy violations -- again
  • United Way report shows nearly half of mid-valley residents in poverty, working poor
  • New public works director chosen in Cannon Beach
  • Seaside OKs 3 1/2 percent waste price hike
  • Seven Portland City Bureaus Need New Chiefs After Wave of Resignations
  • Marylhurst University to close, board cites declining enrollment
  • Ex-Chief Larry O'Dea should lose police certification for 10 years, state panel says
  • Lawyer for Eagle Creek fire starter says $36m in restitution 'absurd'
  • The Redacted Transparency Promise of Oregon Governor Kate Brown
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