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Top Political News - March 30, 2015
  • Gov. Kate Brown's signature could trigger data center boom in rural Oregon
  • Debate over medical pot regulations heats up
  • Fidanque steps down after 22 years at helm of ACLU of Oregon
  • New bill aimed at regulating crematoriums
  • The week ahead in Oregon’s Capitol
  • Steve Duin: And, far too often, the city of Portland shirks
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  • Oregon chooses Kansas company to build pot-selling apps
  • How new casino near Portland could impact Oregon
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  • Will $15 minimum Wage, Biz tax be on 2016 ballot?
  • Town hall talk focuses on population, gas tax
  • Train route from Seattle to Eugene could be in jeopardy
  • Portland Taxi Drivers Upset With Uber Task Force’s Transparency and Process
  • SEIU Local 503 has begun collective bargaining
  • Rep. Sprenger: Cougars near schools renews call for action


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