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Top Political News - April 24, 2019
  • US judge in Oregon blocks new Trump abortion policy
  • How many resignation deals has the Oregon Legislature signed?
  • Bill to remove vaccine exemptions returns, sparks charged debate
  • House OKs stronger enforcement of domestic abuser gun ban
  • Broken promises at DHS
  • Editorial: Kotek should not be a can kicker
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  • Lawmakers hear testimony on $1 billion business tax proposal
  • US Chamber criticizes Trump Cuba action
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  • Bill would diminish single family housing
  • Census citizenship question could affect Oregon funding
  • Farmers fret $2 billion tax
  • Foam takeout container ban passes Oregon House
  • Gas tax credit eyed to offset cap-and-trade impact at the pump
  • Oregon House moves to keep Lottery winners anonymous
  • Oregon measure tackles racially biased 911 calls
  • Report raises concerns about Oregon's health insurance exchange
  • Senate unanimously passes bill making DNA testing accessible
  • Idaho, Oregon reach agreement on Hells Canyon hydroelectric project
  • Oregon trash incinerator burns through campaign cash in green energy push
  • Portland's second fast food union drive, tension escalating
  • Proposed PPS budget includes staffing cuts, larger class sizes
  • DA: 'Oregon's public safety and the rights of crime victims are under threat'

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