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Top Political News - September 04, 2015
  • Gov. Kate Brown calls for review of troubled energy tax credit program
  • Multnomah County Democrats Move VIP Party Away From Terry Bean's House
  • Oregon's flat SAT scores show most students graduate high school unready for college
  • Oregon, Oracle spar over copyright infringement claim
  • Recall campaign against Sen. Prozanski may have gathered enough signatures
  • Small firm has big influence on energy tax credits
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  • Big changes to ODFW fishing rules up for a vote today
  • Forget the Big One. Earthquake is low on insurer's new Portland risk list
  • Jeld-Wen, once Oregon's largest private company, moves to North Carolina
  • Kate Brown appoints healthcare policy adviser
  • New ways of fighting wildfires are needed (OPINION)
  • Report: union decline 'important part' of Oregon income inequality
  • Body cams are coming
  • Hempstalk approved but smoke still hangs in the air
  • Restraining order issued to keep peace at Longview box plant picket line

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    September 03, 2015
  • Federal court hearing on status of Portland police reforms now set for mid-October
  • Monica Wehby declines to run for Oregon governor
  • Coos County simplifies marijuana zoning and permitting draft
  • Oracle asks Oregon Supreme Court to drop execs from lawsuit
  • Orange Line overcame many challenges — Will there be another MAX line
  • Oregon leading the way on climate-change policy (OPINION)
  • The proposed merger of the state?s largest business groups shows how much they fear Our Oregon
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  • Anti-violence meeting gets heated among neighbors
  • Gang violence in Portland breaks record
  • Multnomah County names transportation director
  • One of the region?s youngest elected officials welcomes MAX to Milwaukie
  • Police use 'Find My iPhone' app to catch car theft suspect
  • Portland teachers feel classroom environment is unsafe, according to union survey
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  • September 02, 2015
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  • Federal judge accepts ruling on Oregon LNG
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  • Chart: Portland #1 least churched city
  • Credibility-challenged DOE should release legal memo: Editorial
  • Steve Duin: Knute Buehler just the first to bail out on governor's race
  • County assessor hopes to trim property taxes for residents who lost structures in fires
  • Oregon cattle producers hail 'Waters of the U.S.' injunction — Impact of ruling uncertain; urge lobbying senators to back bill
  • Sheriff Skrah files petition to force deputies back to work — Union conducting illegal strike, work slowdown, sheriff alleges
  • Survey says Oregon has 8 of the 100 best restaurants for foodies
  • Auditor: Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick Violated Lobbying Code — Mary Hull Caballero issues warnings to both for failing to record meeting with Uber lobbyists on public calendars.
  • Lincoln City files ethics complaint against mayor
  • Portland drivers? They're the worst. Or at least close to it — Portland ranked 183rd, out of 200
  • Nationwide teacher shortage not affecting Central Oregon — State of Oregon facing hiring difficulty in some subject areas
  • Sex Abuse Charges Against Terry Bean Dismissed — Prosecutor calls Bean's claim of innocence "disingenuous," gives details of Bean's payment offer.
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