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Top Political News - July 25, 2014
  • Kitzhaber Richardson agree in principle to five more debates
  • 50 unaccompanied minors sent to Oregon, officials confirm
  • Wehby, Merkley each attracting major PAC contributions
  • Klamath County pipeline EIS due out in early 2015
  • Medford City Council pours cold water on plan to unite fire districts
  • Months after Safety Net Closure struggle to connect residents with benefits
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  • As Pacific Continental CEO rides off to retirement, new boss plans to stay the course
  • Big box stores pay more than mom-pop shops
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  • New Clackamas County law gives county teeth to stop barking dogs
  • No background checks mean felons at the fair
  • Oregon moves to ban smoking on beaches
  • Richardson's lack of diversity could color campaign
  • State engineer raised concerns over Hwy 217 flyover in 2002 memo
  • United Grain operations slow at Port of Vancouver
  • Council sends parks bond to November ballot
  • New Labor Deal Means Some Oregon Zoo Employees Will Pay for Parking
  • Portland planners video, let residents know they live in a growing and 'great American city'
  • Reaction as feds curb Bend ADA oversight

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  • Portland Police say gang violence is exploding
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  • Lawsuit could waylay urban renewal funds for PSU
  • Portland School Board asks state to delay using Common Core-aligned testing for ratings
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  • Cover Oregon says state wouldn't be affected by federal court ruling
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