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Top Political News - March 22, 2018
  • DOJ launches investigation of shuttered FamilyCare, demands documents
  • PPS tries to calm fears of widespread layoffs
  • In Dispute With Tenants, Oregon Lawmaker Plans To Subpoena Newspaper, Activists
  • Metro finds broad support for floating a $500M affordable housing bond this year
  • 3 clergy start gun ban petition
  • Budget deal includes wildfire disaster fund to end borrowing
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Avangrid Renewables helps Facebook land new batch of clean energy
  • Firms try unlimited Personal Time Off
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  • Portland City Council offers sneak peek at driverless car debate to come
  • Portland OKs developer tax break to spur more affordable apartments
  • Seattle mayor pursues law to require owners to lock up guns
  • Soda tax petition pulled
  • Sources: Merkley doesn't make the cut
  • Two teens denied gun sales file complaints
  • SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Sotomayor rapped for surfing the web
  • Comparing income taxes: How much you really need to earn to take home $100,000 — Oregon ranks last in the nation.
  • Congress reaches deal on $1.3T bill boosting military and domestic spending, averts shutdown
  • Gov. Jay Inslee signs abortion insurance bill
  • Gov. Jay Inslee signs bill protecting students' free speech
  • Officials report steady progress on rape kit backlog
  • Oregon Department of Human Services agrees to $1.3M settlement for foster child
  • Portland will buy two new streetcars for $10 million, with potential plans for more
  • Portland-area population growth slows to lowest level since 2013, Census Bureau says
  • Wallowa County will close its health department

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  • Walden to lead hearing on 25 bills to fight opioid crisis
  • Gov. Kate Brown, other state leaders get earful at foster care forum
  • Initiative would require surrender of assault weapons
  • Oregon jobless rate holds steady at 4.1 percent
  • Oregon's average gas price climbs toward $3 a gallon for first time since 2015
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  • Editorial: PETA's beef — group proposes billboard at site of fatal cow crash
  • 3 clergy start gun ban petition
  • Report: Knowing prices could slash health care spending
  • Republicans change rules affecting Kruse replacement
  • Residents grumble about Clatsop County flood-control demands
  • State agency wants to boost dam inspection authority
  • Walden Supports Effort To Find A New Klamath Basin Water Pact
  • 'Make Oregon Great Again' candidate faces pushback at Hermiston
  • Editorial: Schools, parks should say 'no' to Bend redevelopment tax scheme
  • Portland City Council Seeks to Offer Tax Incentives for Affordable Housing
  • Portland wants help plotting bus-only lanes, bikeways and safer crossings in central city
  • State upholds Portland growth plan update

  • March 20, 2018
  • Employers weighing benefits of PERS liability payments
  • Oregon's new clean air law provides more info than action
  • Agency may be awash in red ink from water litigation
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  • Council confirms higher rate for new property tax levy
  • Local students plan more protests
  • New deterrent system may help prevent eagle deaths caused by wind turbines
  • Oregon's net neutrality bill looks pretty, but lacks legal substance (Guest opinion)
  • Oregon Ranks Middle-of-the-Road in New Survey of Prevalence, Economic Impact of Guns
  • Sources Say: Administrative cap on arts tax repealed
  • Low inventory squeezes Portland real estate market amid signs of easing (Graphics)
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