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Top Political News - October 06, 2015
  • President Obama will visit Roseburg on Friday
  • 'The President is not welcome here': Roseburg residents angry that Obama is traveling to visit the victims of the UCC shooting
  • Kate Brown intervenes to get shooting victims' bodies quickly returned to Roseburg
  • Ore. warns marijuana growers against illegal pesticides
  • Oregon cannabis workers unionize
  • Gun control group calls for Oregon sheriff to resign
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  • GoGreen 2015: Portland 'commercial property energy pilot could be a 'game-changer'
  • Oregon migration (Defending Californians)
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  • Avg. gas prices drop nearly 6 cents
  • 2-way street conversion project, vacant city council seat to be discussed at Hillsboro council meeting
  • Novick pitches 10-cent gas tax that would improve city streets
  • ODOT levying fines of $800 to Legacy Contracting for each day Strawberry Lane project delayed
  • PSU arms officers over loud complaints

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  • Waiting on water — Will congress pass the Klamath Water Recovery and Economic Restoration Act
  • State seeks more drivers for mileage tax test — Lawmakers have raised concerns about the cost and other aspects of the program
  • Lawmakers mull tax credit profit "claw back"
  • Oregon might ship natural gas from Piceance — Liquefied form would be sent via terminal to Asian markets
  • Effective tax reform must reflect a dynamic economy: Editorial
  • Battle lines drawn over wilderness in Malheur County
  • Gypsy moths caught in Oregon — The presence of the leaf-eating insects makes foresters nervous
  • Oregon National Guard unit is readying for deployment in Kuwait
  • 1,500 apartments proposed in rental-starved Bend
  • Event draws attention to rollout of site plans for Civic Stadium site — The Eugene Civic Alliance unveiled preliminary site plans for Civic Park
  • Hales asks Portlanders to volunteer to stop growing gang violence
  • Springfield School Board trying to decide how to evaluate interim superintendent

  • October 04, 2015
  • Wyden: Next-generation cleantech tax incentives would curb carbon pollution
  • Trump defends 2nd Amendment after UCC shootings
  • Petition: UCC shooting hero should get Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • What Will Happen Next in Oregon on Gun Control?
  • Editorial: Regulations could be tough on Eastern Oregon
  • Oregon's biased attorney general mangles right-to-work ballot title (OPINION)
  • $45 million data center eyed for E. Oregon airport
  • Cost of curing hepatitis C $1,000 per pill? — "has the potential to bankrupt the Oregon Health Plan"
  • Next phase approaches for Tumalo Irrigation District piping — Construction of a 71/2 -foot pipe is expected to begin in December
  • Oregon DEQ clarifies tribal concerns on Jordan Cove site drilling
  • Fearing impact on Eugene ratepayers, EWEB tries to whittle down the $155 million cost of upgrades to Carmen-Smith hydroelectric system
  • Former Junction City police officer files $1.5-million federal lawsuit
  • Give Us This Day Plunks Down $50,299 in Cash to Save Largest Foster Home — Foster care provider staves off tax foreclosure in unusual move.
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