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Top Political News - May 22, 2015
  • Oregon's kicker tax rebate would be suspended under bill from Beaverton legislator
  • Kitzhaber's once-powerful education board will die
  • Pressure mounts on Oregon Democrats to change clean fuels program
  • Rent in Portland skyrockets
  • Wyden targets unfair consumer contracts
  • Wyden's cool hand in leashing the snoops: Editorial
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  • Noted Portland chef asked to intervene in Besaw's fray
  • Bipartisan support for 40% health care tax repeal
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  • Federal flood estimates could cost the North Coast
  • New life, good prospects for contraceptive-access bill: Editorial
  • Oil train safety bill passes key Oregon committee
  • Oregon legislators renew effort to expand pesticide spraying buffer
  • Portland-area rents rising nearly twice as fast as home values
  • Buckmaster, Atkinson confirmed by Oregon Senate for Fish and Wildlife Commission
  • Oregon City commissioners pass citywide fee to fund new police station
  • Why Portland is giving developers a reprieve on fee hikes


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