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Top Political News - July 17, 2018
  • Judge throws out 2 of 5 charges against indicted FBI agent one week before trial
  • OHSU forces hospital department head to give up position, but can stay as professor
  • Portland police union leader slams mayor's response to homelessness, calls city 'cesspool'
  • Small businesses had little input in Kate Brown's tax cut, records show
  • Spotlight, 'torture' music add to ICE occupiers' woes
  • After three city councilors were recalled, where does Aumsville go now?
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  • Mayor believes city's future bright
  • Mayor pushes for 'bigger vision' around need for new schools
  • Metro mulls boundary expansion requests
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