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Top Political News - January 18, 2017
  • Oregon National Guard to support 58th Presidential Inauguration in D.C.
  • Washington, Oregon Know What They Want From Trump
  • Seattle's first transgendered cop
  • Supreme Court to hear arguments in Portland band The Slants' trademark, free-speech case this week
  • Editorial: Legislature should dump bill to pay super overtime
  • Grover Norquist keynotes big Oregon political event — Jan 28th
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Oregon Hub unveils plans for leading cannabis research, production center
  • 52,000 Oregon vacancies hitting new highs
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  • Obama locks up Oregon land
  • Editorial: Require warrant for cellphone monitoring
  • Committee to review Clatsop county charter
  • Did Wallowa County move west?
  • Our view: Owyhee Canyonlands monument plan shelved?
  • Port chooses to remain in timber lawsuit
  • Wasco Co. alarmed over state budget
  • Clackamas board moves to resolve Stafford dispute
  • How Come TriMet Has Exactly Zero Routes That Use Our Beautiful, New Sellwood Bridge?
  • New Organizer of Women's March on Portland: "Let Me Educate You, So We Can Move Forward Together in Fighting Trump Supporters"
  • Portland Mayor Calls Baby's Death "A Damnation of Our Response" to Untreated Mental Illness
  • Fired Stanfield officer files whistleblower lawsuit against Eastern Oregon city

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  • Editorial: Rent control for Oregon is a fool's bargain
  • Bend protesters greet Walden at start of Central Oregon visit
  • Many question Oregon's hesitation to use salt after storm
  • Prineville power needs spur meeting with Rep. Greg Walden
  • Severe Weather Delays Multnomah County's Homeless Count
  • Activists plan march in Hillsboro on Tuesday
  • Agencies raise concerns about hazards at OnTrack housing
  • Eugene City Council to hold public hearing on proposed rental housing code expansion
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