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Top Political News - April 25, 2017
  • Oregon ethics panel clears former legislator to lobby for governor's office
  • Oregon Moves Ahead With State-Run IRA Program
  • Dennis Richardson unveils complex redistricting plans
  • Federal Civil Rights Watchdog Criticizes ICE Courthouse Arrests In Oregon
  • Oregon House OKs state contractor apprenticeship requirement
  • Cascade-Siskiyou expansion: Who makes our nation's laws, the president or Congress? (Guest opinion)
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  • Multnomah County proposed budget adds $3.2m to homeless efforts
  • Oregon drops several defenses in billion-dollar timber lawsuit
  • Our view: Wolf plan hearing should be in Northeast Oregon
  • 3,000 miles of Portland streets may get slower speed limits under new bill
  • Jefferson seeks $14.35 million bond measure
  • Lents residents walk Springwater Trail to survey aftermath of homeless campers
  • Salem councilors reject third bridge agreement with state department
  • Fire Safety Not Adequate at Two-Thirds of Portland Schools
  • Hillsboro School District prepares for cuts to budget

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  • Rep. Greenlick to bring his health systems reform to House floor
  • A change to public employee healthcare could help Oregon schools, graduations rates (Guest opinion)
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  • EDITORIAL: State actions are overdue
  • Editorial: State Senate deserves credit on records reform
  • Is a grand bargain for Oregon possible without Kitzhaber?
  • Apple backing two huge Oregon renewable-energy projects
  • Church members clean up hate graffiti
  • Report on Uber Executive Shows What Portland Regulators Are Up Against
  • Women's health services face federal, state threats
  • One contested race in Sisters school board election
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