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Top Political News - October 01, 2014
  • Oregon pols battle over when to pull plug on costly ObamaCare website
  • Bloomberg gun control group enters Oregon governor and state Senate races
  • Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian Files Civil Rights Complaint Against Daimler Trucks North America
  • Jockeying to replace Oregon statue in D.C. begins
  • Biologists identify pot gardens as salmon threat
  • The Kitzhaber Military Jacket: What We Know and Don't Know
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  • Up To Speed: FCC woos TV stations for upcoming spectrum auction (Video)
  • Oregon brew fests net $32M impact
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  • Multnomah County Chair says controversial 10 year plan was 'extremely successful' — 1,700 still homeless after 10 year plan ends
  • Bed-&-Breakfast owner says she's being taxed twice under new city rules
  • Measure 91: Hillsboro falls in line, passes local tax on still-illegal recreational marijuana
  • TriMet management, union announce contract deal to avoid another arbitration showdown
  • Oregon a 'laggard' at getting students ready for college, careers, U.S. Chamber says

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