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Top Political News - November 20, 2017
  • Why does Oregon need an 'Office of Outdoor Recreation,' and how will it work?
  • Your Voice, Your Vote: Republican state lawmaker wants to be next governor
  • Driver-ed classes still provide a measurable reduction in teen crashes, state statistics show
  • Committee to study tolling on I-5, I-205; asking for public input
  • After all this time, why fire sale Wapato?: Guest opinion
  • Privatize universities? It's an option not worth spending any time on
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  • New program will help Oregonians save their own money at work
  • Emergency relief grants roads impacted by natural disasters
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  • Commissioner Eudaly 'eviscerates' local reporter with apparently false claim
  • Lane Co-Eugene land swap too risky without Clarity on deed
  • Editorial: Bend should have an affordable housing goal
  • Marijuana creates dividing line in Dunes City
  • Silent walk of solidarity held in remembrance of road traffic victims
  • Donor gifts Silverton schools $156,000
  • Mom: Gorge fire boy's 'mistake'

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  • Dirty Deals: How Oregon let its clean energy program enrich rule breakers
  • Families of mentally ill want easier commitment — Civil Liberty laws can interfere
  • Public, private land boundaries blur in rural Central Oregon
  • Editorial: State must do more to address mental illness
  • Erik Lukens column: Oregon needs more leadership, less grandstanding from governor
  • Oregon needs deep examination of PERS solutions — Editorial
  • A new beginning at Terminal 6; an end to the Wapato jail: Editorial
  • Despite new service, troubled container shipping terminal's future uncertain
  • Eugene timber company highest bidder for Highway 99 wayside being sold by Oregon
  • After resource plan, what's next for Crook County?
  • TriMet Blames "Economic Displacement" for Decline in Portland-Area Bus Riders
  • Can Bend use development fees to ease housing scarcity?
  • Eugene City Council to hear about two efforts to increase city oversight on Monday
  • Homelessness in Medford need not be hopeless
  • Ontario city officials mull options to pay for PERS jump
  • Positive trends in Corvallis livability

  • November 18, 2017
  • Ethics investigation to continue as commission rejects Kitzhaber settlement
  • OHA director details another $112 million in possible Medicaid errors
  • Oregon Democrats Ask DOJ To Not Withhold Law Enforcement Money
  • Oregon Receives $2.6 Million Grant to Rebuild Infrastructure, DeFazio Says
  • President Trump retains U.S. Attorney Williams
  • Editorial: State Sen. Kruse deserves due process
  • BLM approves 300-mile transmission line From Oregon-To-Idaho
  • Clackamas Co: Happy Valley should pay NCPRD $9.3M
  • County Commissioner Loretta Smith Faces $250 Fine for Campaign Elections Violations
  • Dealing with the 'worst of the worst' — Opinion
  • Severe fluctuations in the water level at Brownlee Reservoir continue to frustrate local residents
  • Steve Duin: Chloe Eudaly cops an attitude
  • Backlash grows as UO pursues conduct charges for students who disrupted a Schill speech
  • School employees were ostracized for reporting suspected child abuse, $1.8m suit says
  • Former PPS teacher gets 6 months in jail for abusing 6 girls in 1 day
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