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Top Political News - August 29, 2014
  • Oregon's economy would get $500M if everyone eligible for food stamps accepted them
  • Cover Oregon turnaround consultant's bills grew to $600,000-plus
  • GMO food labeling initiative draws big money on both sides
  • What if Oregon did elect Richardson?
  • Attack ads go digital in Oregon governor's race
  • BPA officials using private emails for sensitive public business, avoiding scrutiny
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  • New Richardson Ad Aimed at Gov. Kitzhaber's Base
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  • Clackamas County Commissioners threaten more legal action
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