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Top Political News - March 26, 2017
  • Walden statement on health care reform
  • Terrebonne man jailed after clashes erupt at Salem Trump rally
  • Attempt to curb pharmaceutical prices in Oregon runs into drug-industry opposition in Legislature
  • Slow going as Oregon Legislature hits two-month mark
  • Editorial: Let go of the bottle bill
  • Lawmakers cling to anonymous bills for interest groups
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Will Southeast Portland bowling alley be spared after all?
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  • Breakdown of Umatilla Co's property taxes
  • Fee increase, special permit rile horse campers
  • Huge Crook Co. eclipse fest sparks environment concerns
  • Multnomah County's system for hearing appeals of property values is slanted toward the county assessor
  • Eugene grants second approval for 54-unit apartment complex for former criminals
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler Offers an Ambitious Vision for the East Bank of the Willamette
  • Police training log at center of Portland police chief investigation, sources say
  • PCC will record meetings, but you might not get to hear it
  • Sheriff, Malheur Co settle with former deputy

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  • Businesses: Paid family leave adds to fatigue of Legislature-imposed mandates
  • Citing health risks, Senate approves raising Oregon tobacco age to 21
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