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Top Political News - February 08, 2016
  • Debate over minimum wage picks up steam
  • Oregon works through Medicaid application backlog — Public launch of website delayed
  • Refuge occupier calls for feds to leave Oregon in latest release of videos
  • Republicans require full reading of bills to slow Oregon legislature
  • House passess anti-sex trafficking bill
  • Lawmakers want action on Oregon's rampant chronic absenteeism
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  • SeaPort Airlines files for bankruptcy protection, ends Oregon Coast service
  • Portland housing bubble?
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  • Editorial: The delinquents of the Oregon Secretary of State
  • Cities, counties have no business regulating seed
  • Lawsuits over spotted frog worry farmers — Jefferson County growers fear the loss of irrigation water
  • Oregon says it can't tell if IBM met job requirements for subsidy
  • Council to discuss homeless, affordable house and Superfund
  • Gladstone, other Oregon cities, facing millions to replace failing
  • Two meetings set on Southeast Portland pollution problem

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  • House signals support of subsidy for large solar projects
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  • County officials to attend Saturday rally in Halfway
  • Housing crisis: Renter protection bill drops relocation costs, retaliation change
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