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Top Political News - August 25, 2016
  • Brown, Pierce endorse Measure 98 for education efforts
  • Gov. Kate Brown Names New Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services
  • Oregon lawyers: Sweet Cakes by Melissa $135,000 fine was justified
  • Report: Oregon schools extremely behind in funding
  • Deal set for Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum property, averting foreclosure
  • Portland cop still on leave following conviction for drunk driving crash in police car
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  • Rep. Jodi Hack selected for fellowship program
  • The Good News Club is operating in at least three public schools within city limits — GNCs have been in the Portland area since the 1940's
  • California judge dismisses lawsuits against Monsanto similar to one filed by Portland
  • Car camping raises enforcement questions in Bend
  • City Inspectors Demand a Cannabis Shop Close
  • KID board seeks to fill manager post
  • Next Portland bridge won't allow cars, either
  • Portland officials enforce homeless cleanup at Laurelhurst Park
  • Portland's Short-Term Rental Rules Are Such a Joke That an Airbnb Employee Ignores Them
  • PPS tries cure for school nurse shortage
  • Library feud pitting Gladstone against Clackamas County heats up
  • Quiet start to ad blitz over $3 billion tax measure

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    August 24, 2016
  • Quiet start to ad blitz over $3 billion tax measure?
  • Former Governor Kitzhaber remains under federal investigation but will give keynote address at Portland conference
  • Little progress in search for new Oregon environmental regulator
  • Audit: Oregon Dept. of Forestry strained by more, larger wildfires
  • Editorial: Avakian seeks expanded role for secretary of state
  • Editorial: What's safe to say about climate change?
  • Oregon and Washington link requires reimagining -- and discussion by candidates (Opinion)
  • As state's first speed-enforcement cameras go up, Eastern Oregon exempt for now
  • Editorial: Costly fir disease threatens a leg of our coastal economy
  • Unemployment rate rises in Central Oregon
  • Can't call 911? Now you can send a text
  • Port pushes Portland hotelier on legal claim
  • Responding to community concerns, Portland police officers began clearing homeless campers out of Laurelhurst Park on Tuesday morning
  • Seaside gives convention center expansion and renovation plan the go-ahead
  • Three Portland Public Schools Board Members Pledge Support to Measure 97
  • Proposed charter school model will have 3 stages of development for students

  • August 23, 2016
  • ISIS video released over weekend includes images of Oregon police officers
  • State review panel narrowly backs M97- supports $3B tax increase
  • Oregon collects $25.5 million in marijuana taxes since start of the year
  • Oregon Lawmakers Unveil New Way To Dispose Of Unwanted Drugs
  • Why 186 PDX aviation workers lost their jobs - and why they might be unemployed for long
  • My View: State is getting anti-business reputation
  • New name, director for Lane County business recruitment agency
  • Truck stop plans put on hold
  • $5.9M Pearl District pedestrian/bike bridge gets the go-ahead
  • 'Historical' plan divides Eastmoreland
  • Attorney files lawsuit over Portland's proposed homeless shelter
  • Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce comes out against Oregon Measure 97
  • Eugene moving roses next to Owen Rose Garden to deny cover to homeless camp
  • Terminal 1 controversy continues
  • Editorial: COCC public safety vehicles should scrap blue lights
  • Study: Oregon one of worst states for community college
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