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Top Political News - September 26, 2016
  • Oregon officials face truth behind state's soaring public pension costs
  • Oregon Democrats to tackle 'flexible scheduling'
  • Rape culture, Portland's music scene and the Facebook post that set off a firestorm
  • Providers unify to promote safe drug disposal kiosks
  • Editorial: Report provides grim details on status of women in Oregon
  • It's time to re-think the Oregon Bottle Bill
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  • Ex-PSU President Dan Bernstine dies
  • Are the dog days over?
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  • My View: Tax will create more bankrupt businesses
  • 5.0 earthquake hits off shore from Brookings
  • FAQ: Should the county turn the Wapato jail into a shelter? Here's the debate
  • State test scores rise a bit, but still underwhelm
  • Debate season kicks off Monday in Lake Oswego, too
  • Eugene needs collaborative land use discussion
  • Mt. Angel refreshing development code
  • Portland's Push for Gender-Neutral Bathrooms Is Bolder Than You Thought

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  • PERS: Lawmakers look for pension reform ideas in Salem
  • Elizabeth Hovde: Schools becoming playgrounds for politics, controversy (opinion)
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  • Clatsop Co Courthouse security in question
  • Editorial: Deschutes Co Sheriff's candidates should release employment records
  • Opponents seeking Bend's Senate seat agree to disagree
  • Umatilla Co considers licensing tobacco retailers
  • Mark Wiener Registers, Then Immediately Unregisters, as Steve Novick's Consultant
  • Rent control's unintended consequence of more expensive housing: Editorial
  • Sunset pedestrian bridge to be named for Garden Home activist Terry Moore
  • Former official critical of Blue Mountain Community College
  • Outdoor school praised, funding questioned in ballot measure debate
  • State to pay for school lead testing
  • Director put on leave, DOJ investigation launched, while teachers' board mulls insurance bids

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  • Emergency Board OKs $5 M for school lead tests
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