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Top Political News - July 25, 2016
  • Sen. Jeff Merkley Will Speak Monday Night at Democratic National Convention — The Bernie-supporting Ore. senator will try to make peace
  • Will Oregon face a $1.4 billion deficit? It depends
  • State develops markets for specialty crops
  • Oregon ranks 10th in the nation for the percentage of women in its Legislature
  • What is Bottle Bill's aim?
  • Editorial: Email ruling is a victory for openness
  • Oregon Business News

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  • As market solidifies, Lytics rejiggers engineering emphasis
  • Snowden invents spy-free phone
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  • Marines sharpen skills while sprucing up Deschutes forest sites
  • Monroe, county officials can't strike a deal on Bailey Branch
  • New Crook County jail proposal coming Tuesday — Bond measure would go on November ballot
  • Parks board member right to call for transparency
  • TriMet awarded $3.4 million federal grant to buy electric buses
  • Bernie Sanders supporters march in Salem before DNC
  • EDITORIAL: A tax break that will pay off
  • Rents in Seattle ($2k) and Portland ($1,764) are fastest growing in nation
  • The Atlantic magazine dubs Portland 'the Whitest City in America'


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    July 24, 2016
  • Gov. Kate Brown, husband release 2015 tax returns
  • Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek Will Give Speech to Democratic National Convention — Kotek will speak on passing progressive policies
  • Gun rights supporters gather at Capitol — Gun activists discharge disagreements with Gov. Brown's gun safety agenda
  • New flood plain regulations hurt Oregon communities
  • As candidates weigh in, Gov. Brown stays mum on corporate tax hike: Editorial
  • Editorial: Earn tax-exempt status
  • Editorial: Land use laws need an intervention
  • Jefferson County canal dispute pits irrigation district, company — Kodiak Ventures says it should own the land underneath canal; North Unit district disagrees
  • Walden and delegate from Sisters return home from RNC
  • Astoria nears decision on library project — debating whether to renovate the existing library or build a new one at Heritage Square.
  • Bend looks to curtail panhandling — A campaign would ask people to stop giving cash and give to charities instead
  • Commissioner Nick Fish "Shocked" at Dan Saltzman's Plan for Homeless Shelter in Northwest Portland
  • Homelessness is Portland's great test of private and public will: Editorial Agenda 2016
  • Portland Rescue Mission Adds Emergency Shelter Space as City Girds for Homeless Camp Sweeps — The 94 extra beds will take in people from the Springwater Corridor.
  • Springwater homeless campers given options to safely move away or make a stand
  • Our Opinion: School board should delay bond measure until 2017

  • July 23, 2016
  • Oregon bottle deposit will double to 10 cents next spring
  • Dialysis unit at TRCI saves taxpayers money
  • Former US Attorney Amanda Marshall critical of federal investigation
  • Grants Pass man convicted of fatal stabbing should get new trial, court of appeals says
  • Pierce says he needs donors to fund campaign
  • The Oregonian seeks order stopping Grant County sheriff from destroying emails
  • Commissioner Saltzman to propose leasing Terminal 1 site for homeless shelter
  • Federal jury awards $4.1M in damages to Scappoose's former police chief in retaliation case
  • Klamath River stakeholders may sue federal agencies
  • Bend's new urban growth boundary in home stretch
  • Homeless agencies prepare for massive Springwater Corridor cleanup
  • Medford mayor vetoes hiring Patridge
  • PPS board lays out criteria for interim superintendent - with one dissenter
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