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Top Political News - August 20, 2014
  • The Democratic and Republican parties agree on something: both oppose top-two primary
  • Merkley commercial sparks debate over his claims on fighting China trade practices
  • Oregon Retirement Savings Task Force shows appropriate caution: Editorial
  • Wehby: Delayed disclosure report shows another link with timber CEO Andrew Miller
  • Wyden: 'Big league' economy needs long-term transportation funding
  • 5 things you should know about Oregon's coal terminal permit rejection
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  • Portland energy startup taps cleantech vet for top spot
  • Battle for Seattle: Delta v. Alaska Airlines
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  • Airbnb to start collecting Oregon lodging tax statewide
  • Clackamas County Board wrestles with whether Tootie Smith and John Ludlow should be reimbursed
  • Oregon's gas prices 3rd most expensive in the US
  • Driver cards for undocumented, GMO among Ptld City Club 'Ballot-Palooza' debate topics
  • Homeless campers meet park rangers daily


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