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Top Political News - April 20, 2014
  • Gay marriage: Openly gay judge, Michael McShane, in spotlight overseeing Oregon case
  • Republicans test health care law strategy in US Senate race in reliably Democratic Oregon
  • Rules leave pot test labs up in air — state offers very little guidance
  • David Sarasohn: As Cover Oregon collapses, Oracle sails on
  • DOC deputy director given no reviews for 10 years
  • Oregon promotes prison visits to combat recidivism
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Here's what a new city fee could look like for your business
  • Ore. higher income wages soar as lower lags
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  • Taxpayers pay to recycle nine of The Battery Source's non-Marion County locations
  • Washington County commissioner candidates Greg Malinowski vs. Bob Zahrowski: Their take on issues
  • Former Portland Finance Director Plans To Sue City For Race Discrimination
  • Mayor Charlie Hales will take on Last Thursday again, possibly proposing fees, early closure
  • Divest UO asks UO Foundation to cut ties to fossil fuels


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  • Oregon court says pets are property, reverses neglect conviction
  • Voter registration website glitch fixed
  • CRC tab approaches $200 million after I-5 bridge projected shuttered
  • Klamath Budget committee funds public safety
  • PERS to pay former Ducks' defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti annual pension of nearly $250,000
  • Protesters interrupt Upper Klamath signing ceremony
  • Vic Gilliam, Jim Thompson rake in donations for tough GOP House primaries
  • Voters shift to GOP in Baker County
  • Beaverton launches new website to gather comments on city vision and planning
  • California sea lions killed at Bonneville Dam to protect Columbia River salmon
  • Curry County to vote on whether to end its full-time commission
  • Man charged with forging 1000 TriMet tickets
  • Police launching Portland-area blitz against 'driving while distracted'
  • Portland's roads: Portland business group look at potential street fee
  • Sherwood City Council looks to move forward

  • April 18, 2014
  • Klamath Basin Water accord signing today
  • Oregon Sheriffs Oppose Drivers Cards for Illegal Immigrants
  • Fundraising anemic in race against Rep. Kurt Schrader
  • More Oregon counties join in suspending immigration detainer policies
  • Oregon Secretary of State's voter registration website offline 12 days before deadline
  • Multnomah County Courthouse project leaders say details expected late this year
  • Multnomah County Sheriff Staton draws interest from Fairview City Council with policing plan
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