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Top Political News - June 23, 2017
  • Business coalition forms to push for carbon pricing in Oregon
  • Revenue package failure could open way for transportation funding
  • Court to hear appeal in farm suit challenging unions
  • Democrats give up on new biz taxes this session
  • DUII driver who crossed the state line into Oregon wasn't home-free, high court rules
  • Judge halts suit over monument expansion
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  • Judge rules City Council misspent $17M in water and sewer funds
  • Oregon needs leaders now - not in 2019: Editorial Agenda 2017
  • Oregon lawmakers vote to ease industrial hemp restrictions
  • Oregon Senate passes bill to mandate work schedule predictability
  • Brown signs Bend bus plan
  • Oregon Treasurer hears development pitch
  • Project born in Pendleton can revolutionize fruit harvest

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    June 22, 2017
  • 'Hail Mary pass': Oregon House Democrats hope to leverage tax deal from schools budget delay
  • Oregon highway funding bill thrown into peril as deadline looms
  • Union reaches first milestone for corporate sales tax measure
  • Barreto: Special session is possible
  • Democrats eying smaller Oregon corporate tax hike, Republicans upset by strategy
  • Good intentions that erode government transparency (Column)
  • New records show why FBI, DOJ forced Oregon to end Kitzhaber inquiry
  • Oregon needs transparency in drug pricing (Guest opinion)
  • Oregon Senate passes health care provider tax
  • Oregon wineries, food processors oppose proposed work week limit
  • Regional leaders endorse state transportation funding plan
  • State puts Joe Colello on leave; Gov. Brown asks for review of work
  • Tax on sweet drinks headed for ballot
  • Tenant protections holdout offers changes he could accept
  • Could We Restructure PERS Under Bankruptcy Without Affecting Other State Services
  • Study links legal marijuana, increase in car crash claims
  • PSU's Wiewel takes new job as Lewis & Clark College president

  • June 21, 2017
  • Oregon state official admits taking bribes: 'I'm dirty'
  • Oregon Government Ethics Commission Will Resume Probe of Complaints Against Kitzhaber and Hayes
  • Latest sanctuary bill undermines state law, shields the undocumented
  • State yields on making pollution records public
  • Pressure on Oregon lawmakers to act in final weeks
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  • Editorial: Oregon needs transportation plan
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  • Oregon Congressional Delegation Pressing President for Major Disaster Declaration
  • USGS survey analyzes earthquake hazards, geothermal resources
  • Advance Astoria a road map for economic development
  • Bend council seeks answers to costly sewer hookups
  • Editorial: A ward system for Bend would be different, not better
  • May data details employment patterns
  • Four Oregon School Districts Await Approval For Native-Themed Mascots
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