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Top Political News - November 25, 2015
  • Oracle wins key federal ruling in Cover Oregon website case
  • Following Oregon's fossil fuel cash pipeline: 2016 money in politics
  • Anti-Abortion Measure Begins Campaign to Appear on Ballots
  • To combat heroin overdoses, Oregon state rep to introduce Naloxone bill in 2016
  • Editorial: $2.6 billion worth of trouble
  • Time to reverse the loss of manufacturing: Editorial
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  • Oregon Beer strike brings holiday panic
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  • Clackamas Sheriff's Office benefits from urban renewal funds
  • Regulators issue draft environmental report on Vancouver oil terminal — Portland City Council opposed
  • Tribes to FERC: Please cooperate with us — Confederated Tries of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians want answers on Jordan Cove LNG
  • Mayor Hales to Speak at Climate Summit in Paris
  • Racial tensions: Sit-ins at Lewis & Clark; PSU asks Facebook to take down page
  • Oregon officer reassigned over Black Lives Matter tweet

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  • Editorial: State should change the hotel tax formula
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  • Blumenauer Says Refusing Refugees is "Morally Weak"
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