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Top Political News - May 28, 2017
  • Senate president casts doubt on three-prong, multibillion-dollar tax reform package
  • States seek salmon state of disaster
  • Study: Oregon docs not catching lead poisoning
  • Attempt to reform Oregon coordinated care organizations runs into stiff opposition in Salem
  • Four takeaways from the 'Big Idea' budget discussion: Editorial
  • Oregon's transportation overhaul is long overdue: Editorial
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  • Developers fear slow start to Oregon community solar
  • “a lot of work ahead”, says National Retail Federation
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  • Happening at the Capitol: Rent control, Medicaid eligibility, deer meat and taxes
  • Who's in charge? County commissioners split over role
  • Bend working to settle $15.3M airport lawsuit
  • Concern about asbestos prevents state crews from lowering Fremont Bridge flags
  • Glenwood with gusto: Springfield's $13.5 million Franklin Boulevard project roars to life
  • Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba seeks to control escalating rents
  • Political, community leaders condemn MAX killings, praise 'courageous bystanders'


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