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Top Political News - December 05, 2016
  • Obama should honor on-the-ground solutions in Oregon's wildest places: Editorial
  • Did secret phone call jeopardize solar fraud prosecution?
  • Protesters celebrate as Army halts Dakota Access pipeline work
  • National Guard inaction exposes communities to lead
  • Oregon measure pitches citizenship proof despite lack of evidence on voter fraud
  • Opinion: Brown highlights tradeoffs
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  • Six Oregon companies earn perfect scores on Corporate Equality Index
  • We should dump the garbage tax
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  • Audit: Agencies still face IT security vulnerabilities
  • Deschutes sheriff's lieutenants paid $100K as investigations continue
  • Bend needs at least $100M for sewers in the next 10 years
  • Controversial Inclusionary Housing proposal heading to Portland City Council
  • Ex-Portland police chief challenges his indictment
  • Portland takes steps to reduce lead in drinking water
  • State finally inks plan to combat rampant school absenteeism
  • UO to be paid $6.9 million in settlement for cracked dorm floors
  • Oregon public college enrollment diversifies, with Latino and multiracial student population doubling in 7 years

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  • Gov. Brown asks to expand groundwater studies following Oregonian investigation
  • ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
  • Oregon needs Courtney, others to create a grand bargain (Opinion)
  • Editorial: Legislature, don't kick the can
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  • Costs of oil train derailment along Columbia River adding up
  • Dam removal across the West a growing concern
  • New state hospital may close
  • Three Republicans lawmakers launch new law firm in Bend
  • Florence couple and a water district sued over fatal 2015 landslide on Oregon Coast
  • Pendleton City Council proposes high price tag for marijuana business license
  • Portland Commissioner Dan Saltzman Will Seek Re-election in 2018
  • Springfield discussing court actions to inspect nuisance properties
  • Silverton school officials try to reduce bullying
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