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Top Political News - March 05, 2015
  • Gov. Brown urges probe of energy tax credits
  • Oregon marijuana law could face legal challenge
  • Paper industry objects to Toxic Free Kids Act
  • Vote sends low-carbon fuel standard on road to governor
  • Emails show how Kitzhaber's environmental principles and his friendship with a campaign contributor collided
  • Gov. Brown wants Kitzhaber's pick for Oregon Health Authority confirmed
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  • Ecotrust seals the deal on food center expansion
  • March Forecast: Where state’s economy is heading
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  • Oregon lawmakers consider bill to raise speed limits
  • Oregon salmon license plate money will again help fish
  • Ore., Idaho lawmakers team up for rail funding
  • Tribal backers, schools battle over mascots
  • Audit Dings Portland Police Bureau
  • City, county to consider fossil fuel export policy
  • Civic Participation and Infrastructure Help Make Portland an Age-Friendly City
  • Damascus land owners Lowell Patton and General Distributors move closer to de-annexation
  • Job hunt for new Bureau of Environmental Services director is on
  • Morrison Bridge faulty decking: Jurors hear most closing arguments in lawsuit

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    March 04, 2015
  • Gov. Kate Brown asks Senate to appoint OHA director
  • Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to run again
  • Oregon unemployment hits lowest rate in six years — 124,000 Oregonians still out of work
  • Bill to expand Oregon's Death with Dignity Act runs into a buzz saw of opposition
  • House passes bill that allows employees to discuss their wages with co-workers
  • Oregon class-actions bill headed to governor
  • Scott Bruun: Dorchester Conference - Oregon's Unique Brand of Activism
  • Washington Co Commissioner Andy Duyck to give 'State of the County' speech April 3 in Hillsboro
  • City of Bend assets worth $1 Billion
  • East Portland group files to secede from the city
  • East Timor nightmare over, lawmakers 'relieved'
  • Butte Valley Unified School Districts facing $255,000 short-fall — District considers middle school closure, layoffs in response to deficit

  • March 03, 2015
  • Walden details criticism of FCC's Internet moves — Sees more uncertainty, less investment, innovation
  • As it dissolves, Cover Oregon losses $310M and rising
  • Kitzhaber-Hayes probe: state could pay $35,000 in legal fees for former governor, 17 others
  • Oregon House votes to ban sale of e-cigarettes to minors
  • Tech giants plug into state tax breaks
  • Gas prices jump 30.2 cents in Oregon
  • Religious liberty event draws Reagan, North, Walden
  • Tab rises for Salt Creek tunnel project — The state selects a new contractor to complete the now $20.7 million job
  • Middle ground eludes taxis — Portland cabbies, Uber still at odds as city mulls rule changes
  • Mount Tabor reservoirs: Appeals put fate back in Portland City Council's court
  • A NEW MODEL FOR EDUCATION — Private college, impoverished school to share a
  • Bill would link school funding to attendance
  • Legislature begins hearings on K-12 budget
  • Oregon lawmaker's bill targets Common Core — Seeks hearing on measure to ban standards requirement
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