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Top Political News - September 27, 2016
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  • Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden Proposes Whistleblower Protections
  • After 30 years, influential 9th Circuit judge will shift to half-time
  • Oregon Governor Appoints New Head Of Housing
  • List Leaders: Meet the Portland region's 25 highest-paid public company executives
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  • Deadline approaches for Oregon Health CO-OP members to find new coverage
  • Fighting lodging tax creep in Beaverton
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  • The Wapato debate goes public
  • To Understand Hospital Groups' New-Found Interest In Housing, Follow the Money
  • Troubled by past woes, Department of Geology and Mineral Industries 'financially strong'
  • Ashland Council holds line on rezoning
  • Cause of west Eugene train derailment under investigation; no liquefied petroleum gas leaked, Union Pacific says
  • City Council candidates Novick, Eudaly cross swords over values
  • New raises, payments won't cure Portland cop shortage
  • TransCanada donates $32,500 to Umatilla County Fire District 1
  • Bend schools try out new security checks on visitors, volunteers
  • Oregon law enforcement calls for 'misdemeanor' approach to drug possession charges


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