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Top Political News - June 29, 2016
  • Ruling on Virginia governor could have ripple in Oregon — Experts say prosecutors face a narrowed scope in influence-peddling cases like the one involving John Kitzhaber
  • How does Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling impact Oregon?
  • VW pays Oregon $85 million to settle emissions suit
  • New corporate tax report could add heat to debate over November ballot measure
  • Bills in Congress worry outdoor groups — Proposals would let states manage parts of federal forests
  • Coalition backs wildfire fix
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  • Portland architects designing a new science center for OSU
  • Portland’s Ban the Box goes into effect
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  • Editorial: A high bar for corruption
  • As Oregon continues to mull privatizing liquor sales, a new study shows the experience to the north has been rocky.
  • Franklin Graham prayer rally at Oregon State Capitol draws thousands
  • Harney County voters reject recall of Bundy foe
  • Lane commissioners mull proposal that would allow them to block some ballot initiatives
  • City Hall, a lame duck mayor, and (another) police bureau mess: Editorial Agenda 2016
  • Portland's latest technology screw-up ends in finger-pointing
  • How Did Carole Smith Get to Stay Another Year?
  • Lead in Portland Public Schools: District Will Spend $1.2 Million on Water Tests and Emergency Contracts — That bill doesn't include the costs of fixing any of those sinks and fountains.
  • PPS salaries continue to rise, but slower than some would like

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