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Top Political News - January 30, 2015
  • Google Fiber in Portland, Apple data center in Prineville could both hinge on obscure Oregon tax law
  • John Kitzhaber calls Friday press conference to answer Hayes questions
  • Legislative ideas would leave small businesses in the red: Editorial Agenda 2015
  • Oregon first couple's creeping ethical fog: Editorial
  • Transportation tax debate looms
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  • Low-carbon fuel standards may raise a ruckus in Legislature
  • Nonprofit's Taxpayer Funding Spiked the Year It Employed Cylvia Hayes
  • Protestors swamp LNG meeting
  • String of pedestrian deaths in Salem raises questions
  • Email lays out Zidell option to ditch deal with City
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    January 29, 2015
  • Tribes could kill Columbia River sea lions under new bill
  • Cylvia Hayes discloses another $118,000 for consulting fees
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  • Lawmakers appear headed for a fight over gas tax
  • Oregon Appeals Court: Public can idly watch others commit crimes
  • Oregon has worst high school graduation rate in the nation
  • State testing gets poor grades
  • When students don't show, schools get tough
  • Wyden warns rural counties are being 'robbed' of timber payments
  • Closing the wage gap: Governor aims to 'smooth out' the way upward
  • House speaker: Transportation finance plan will not revive CRC
  • Immigration agents directed to ask immigrants if they qualify to avoid deportation
  • Oregon minimum wage, paid sick day advocates say poll findings support their causes
  • Port of St. Helens fraudulently sought state money for coal project
  • Recording grand-jury testimony a step for criminal-justice transparency
  • Report identifies Bill Harbaugh as UO professor harboring confidential records
  • Commissioner Diane McKeel's husband pulled strings with county officials
  • Commissioner Fritz to run for re-election in 2016
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  • Portland police officer resigned after testing positive for steroids
  • Portland Public Schools must decide what to do with a principal arrested for but not charged
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