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Top Political News - September 19, 2018
  • Secretary of State requesting money for Medicaid audit team
  • Voter approval for tolls moves closer to the ballot
  • Oregon tries Facebook to reconnect with lapsed voters
  • Other editors say: Repeal 'sanctuary status'; law need clarity
  • PERS Pac-Man eats teacher salaries — Opinion
  • Federal Agency Withholds $500K for Oregon Water Study
  • Oregon Business News
  • Five things to know for the last day of summer
  • Corporate board women quota bill advances
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  • Jordan Cove LNG offers new incentive program to landowners
  • Merkley, Brown rescind their endorsements of embattled Bend house candidate
  • Oregon ad battle: Atheist vs. Hobby Lobby
  • Oregon teachers aren't paid enough, report says
  • Republicans seek investigation into Bend candidate's voter guide lie
  • Statesman Journal is trying new way to vet lawmakers — neither parties responded
  • Umatilla County sheriff explains support of Measure 105 to Hispanic Advisory Committee
  • Enterprise zone maps finalized in Astoria
  • Push for legislative funding for integrated health clinic in Enterprise begins
  • Smith accuses Hardesty of stealing from the NAACP
  • Central Oregon schools employ successful threat assessment program
  • University of Oregon experiments with own 'extension service' in Pendleton
  • Trump rule protects ranchers from lawsuit abuse

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