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Top Political News - August 19, 2018
  • Sen Wyden connects Oregon wildfires to climate change
  • Gov. Brown invokes Emergency Conflagration Act for wildfire in Gilliam Co
  • Oregon crime labs drowning in urine samples
  • Northwest housing authority deputy director files complaint against agency
  • Editorial: PERS is no ordinary 401(k)
  • Opinion: Buehler about Oregonians, not special-interest groups
  • Oregon Business News
  • Home of the Day: Elegant Country Estate
  • Tariff and Turkey impact
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  • PERS debate an essential ingredient in race for governor
  • Morrow County launching housing analysis
  • Oregon landfill emitting poisonous mercury with no oversight, competitor alleges
  • Watchdog panel claims it was illegally dissolved by Multnomah Co
  • Editorial: Councilor Barb Campell and self-control
  • Editorial: Sure they're fun, but are Portland's e-scooters safe?
  • Fix for Mt. Angel's water system could cost $100K
  • MAX attack victims settle 15-month dispute over $600K donated by public
  • Pledge of Allegiance safe in Talent -- barely
  • Polluters of Portland Superfund must get going on cleanup, EPA says
  • Twitter locks Co Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson out of an account

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  • Drone threatens fire operations in southern Oregon
  • Portland Police now say both groups had guns at Aug. 4 protest
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  • August 17, 2018
  • Capitol roundup: Governor's race gets tighter
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  • Herrera-Beutler seeks to brake Oregon tolling plan
  • Oregon Transportation Officials Seek Federal Approval For Tolling Plan
  • Walden, Hatch request stringent OMB review of proposed drug rebate rule
  • Editorial: FDA head travels to farm country
  • Gubernatorial hopeful takes bite out of Tillamook fair
  • Josi, a Democrat, backs Lower, a Republican, in state House race
  • Multnomah Co managers on leave over failure to investigate Unity Center
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  • Central Eastside business caught up in failed move of homeless camp sues Portland
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