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Top Political News - October 24, 2016
  • Kate Brown's challenge: what's her vision for solving Oregon's toughest problems?
  • Candidates who can unify urban-rural divide: Editorial Endorsement 2016
  • Wood-fired electricity sparks ambitious plans, controversy in Oregon
  • Oregon voters choose: tax or ban pot sales
  • Measure 97 a sales tax in thinly veiled disguise
  • Nature's own Republicans and Democrats
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  • Farmers Insurance lays off 91 in Hillsboro
  • Wyden touts $2M cable fine case
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  • Insurers passing more drug costs to consumers in '17
  • Kitzhaber issues anti-Measure 97 manifesto — On Facebook
  • City's deed debate has simple solution
  • Hip-Hop Club Owner Seeks to Depose Portland Mayor Charlie Hales
  • McMinnville Mayoral debate takes confusing turns
  • Milton-Freewater's pot business ban on the line Nov. 8
  • Free college short-circuits complex issue (Opinion)
  • Historic gift will transform our state, University of Oregon (Opinion)
  • OSU, Eastern Oregon see growth in online programs
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  • Editorial: In governor's race, Pierce has the edge
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