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Top Political News - August 04, 2015
  • Obama energy plan thrills Oregon environmental groups, daunts businesses
  • Coast Guard investigating whether Red Bull violated event permit
  • Former Rep. Shawn Lindsay will head Marco Rubio's presidential campaign in Oregon
  • Achievement gap has significant influence on Oregon economy
  • Oregon's Biggest Insurance Companies Hike Rates Up to 37 Percent
  • Mandatory Native American Curriculum in the Cards for Oregon
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  • DiscoverOrg buys a rival as it seeks an international presence
  • New plan would raise minimum wage Jan 1
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  • DeFazio hosting South Coast town halls this month
  • Lane County Jail's medical provider agrees to settle inmate's wrongful-death lawsuit for $7 million
  • No expansion likely for Metro urban growth boundary — Council sees enough buildable land for next 20 years
  • Newberg upheaval: Police report suggests city manager had 'inappropriate' relationship with disgruntled officer
  • Portland home prices up 19 percent since 2013
  • Portland's vision for Pearl District post office could include skyscrapers, Union Station plaza
  • Tiny Oregon school to reopen after 10 years; 5 kids enrolled

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    August 03, 2015
  • Ron Wyden Issues Statement On Move To Cut Funding For Planned Parenthood
  • In drought, Pacific Northwest cities, farms face water cuts
  • Washington State anti-tax measure qualifies for the November ballot
  • Editorial; The $1 billion question
  • Steve Duin: The Ross Island Armada — Are transient boaters muddying the waters and threatening the wildlife on Ross Island?
  • EDITORIAL: Charlie Hales Got Played By Greenpeace
  • Southwest Oregon wildfire grows to 23 square mile
  • Albany activist files six initiative petitions — that would eliminate all utility fees and "privilege taxes"
  • Portland street fee on hold, maintenance backlog grows to $1.2 billion
  • Springfield moves ahead with $10.5 million rebuild of Franklin Boulevard in Glenwood
  • EDITORIAL:Scientific malpractice — A UO case highlights problem of research misconduct

  • August 02, 2015
  • Army Corps prevails over Oregon LNG on easement
  • Early pot sales, the Big One and vaccines: This week in new Oregon laws
  • Oregon drought forces cities to impose water use cutbacks
  • Oregon official: Ramming of Seattle kayaker was unintentional
  • Oregon bottle deposit hike to 10 cents likely as redemption falls
  • Editorial: 'Oregon Promise' is bad public policy
  • Crook County to rent more jail beds from Jefferson County — Weighing options for a new jail in Prineville, possible vote next year
  • Oregon eCourt coming to Eastern Oregon
  • Eugene and Eugene Water & Electric Board officials working on deal for city to lead the sale of key riverfront property
  • Flugtag shut down early by Coast Guard — The event had its permit revoked early because of a crowded river
  • Portland's paving problem climbs to nearly $1.2 billion
  • Central Oregon hopes to see increased funds in programs for young children
  • Novick on crusade to reset alarm clocks for sleepy teens — wants high schools to start at 9 a.m.
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