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Top Political News - June 23, 2018
  • House overwhelmingly passes Walden opioid bill
  • Oregon Supreme Court won't hear Sweet Cakes by Melissa's appeal
  • Sen. Jeff Merkley confirms he's considering a 2020 presidential run
  • ACLU lawsuit: Allow detained immigrants in Oregon lawyers
  • Novick's new job pays $146,196 year to sue feds for Oregon DOJ
  • Guest column: Striking back against the opioid crisis
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  • Unable to come to terms, Portland and the Zidells bail on South Waterfront development
  • Oregon bankers get prison for fraud, false docs
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  • Another Democrat drops out of a legislative swing district general election
  • Oregon email restored; official says hack fed scheme
  • Oregon Hospitals Provide $2.19 billion in Community Benefit Statewide
  • Patty Buehler: Knute is moderate and pro-choice, I should know (Guest opinion)
  • Reclamation releases 2018 Klamath Project operations and drought plans
  • Two more Oregon counties in drought
  • After Six Days, Portland's Occupy ICE Blockade Is a City of More Than 80 Tents
  • Editorial: ODOT removes criticism of Bend 'drinking culture'
  • Oregon license requirement could stall Uber's return to Eugene
  • Portland hikes commercial garbage fees to fund homeless camp clean-ups
  • Zidell family suspends development of South Waterfront land

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    June 22, 2018
  • Government Employees File Suit To Destabilize Oregon Union Payments
  • Activists post home phone numbers, addresses of Portland ICE employees
  • Buehler, Walden differ on reactions to child separations
  • SCOTUS' sales tax ruling could have consequences for Oregon businesses
  • Oregon energy regulators to consider new solar rules
  • Commentary: Keep marijuana billboards away from kids
  • 21 small wildfires ignited by hundreds of lightning strikes across Oregon
  • Environmental groups blast ODOT, Forest Service over pesticide error
  • Oregon issues second kill permit for wolves after livestock attacks
  • These industries have the most Oregon consumer complaints
  • Bend to appeal hotel tax lawsuit
  • Disappearing Puffins to be studied at Haystack Rock for the first time
  • More ride services, more congestion? Portland to launch study
  • Portland ICE offices landlord in alteration with protesters
  • Oregon to allow students to identify as neither male nor female
  • Inappropriate conduct lands Pendleton attorney 120-day suspension
  • Oregon DMV employee's purported Facebook post suggests shooting immigrants at the U.S. border

  • June 21, 2018
  • Former Leaders Say the City Club of Portland is Pushing Diversity at the Expense of Debate
  • Hundreds of protesters hold vigil at Portland's ICE headquarters, call for permanent shutdown
  • Martin Shain, energy consultant, pleads guilty in tax credit bribery scheme
  • Oregon's kicker rebate could be on the chopping block as lawmakers eye tax revenue in 2019
  • Petition Deadline: Mail back today!
  • Portland moves ahead with likely ban on plastic straws
  • Sen. Brian Boquist sues Gov. Kate Brown, state revenue department over tax bill
  • Ban on food taxes would be a first
  • Department of Interior adviser Alan Mikkelsen in the Klamath Basin — Water solutions a long way off
  • Gov. Brown calls on AG Sessions to protect people with pre-existing conditions
  • Guerrero lays out his ideas to address achievement gap in Portland Public Schools
  • Hollywood businesses fed up with lack of city response to homeless
  • Oregon DMV and elections officials cite no problems with new county ID program
  • Oregon gun-storage proposal won't make November ballot
  • Oregon lawyer sues Trump on behalf of detained kids
  • Portland adds 2% fee on Airbnb-style rentals, small hotels
  • Portland-area churches, religious sites may soon host homeless campers
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