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Top Political News - May 24, 2016'Gigantic' corporate tax hike likely headed to Oregon voters
Proposed Oregon business tax would be borne by consumers, nonpartisan analysis finds — Cost to middle-income family would be $600-plus a year
Win, lose or draw: How results of the primary election stack up
Conspiracy charge in Oregon standoff case can 'chill' political dissent, defense lawyer says
Editorial: Oregon should grow economy, not tax rates
Unions' corporate tax will act as a sales tax, state says: Editorial http://www.oregonlive.com/
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More Political NewsHarney County Sheriff Says He Was Initially Told O'Dea Shooting Victim Shot Himself in the Back — New information casts further doubt about account of police chief's hunting accident.
Oregon lawmakers hear arguments over Owyhee monument
Sanchez is victor by 111 in House District 43
Wyden will visit southwestern Oregon
Banned in Portland by climate catastrophists (OPINION)
Does Portland need a "zombie home" czar?
Redmond plans $50,000 merry-go-round for Hope Playground — Fundraising has begun for new addition to accessible playground, which opened last fall
Editorial: A bad lesson from Portland schools
May 23, 2016Former prison watchdog files DOC retaliation suit
Oregon governor contradicts spirit of open meetings
State's clampdown on lead in Portland's air a significant turnaround
New Navy ship named after Rose City, but Mayor Hales not there for christening — in protest over religious freedom law
Commentary: Oregon lawmakers should take cue from Florida's government open records Sunshine Law
Editorial: Good move toward health cost transparency
Baker Co receives $1,000 to buy data from American Stewards of Liberty — Donations questioned
DCSO seeks reimbursement for occupation costs
Medical marijuana growers in Jackson County fly under radar
Multnomah shelter future unclear, neighbors express concern
Charlie Hales Learned of Accidental Shooting Involving Police Chief Nearly A Month Ago — Mayor, Harney County officials' silence differs from cases in which civilians or rank-and-file police are involved
Did the election change Salem City Council's future?
Editorial: Allow debate over Bend's climate change action
Support builds for embattled shipyard: Advisory group hopes to relocate Astoria Marine Construction
May 22, 2016Union's tax rise signature drive goes over goal — largest corporate tax increase in Oregon histor
Candidates wait to see if they won write-in campaigns
Bullseye Glass says it will lay off employees — Bullseye released a statement questioning the DEQ and addressing the strain on their business
Water bottling ban passes, legal questions remain
Oregon Humane Society Wants You To Know It Didn't Produce Poacher Porn — Humane Society of the United States backed attack ad on Val Hoyle
Avakian's primary win shows price of leaders' silence: Editorial
Editorial: A tidal wave of drugs
Editorial: Central Oregon needs Congressional help to save water
Editorial: Enviros continue to block deal, counties not doing much better
Harney County voters overwhelmingly supported candidates opposed to Malheur occupation
Cottage Grove may be among the first Oregon cities to impose local marijuana tax
School districts grapple with transgender guidelines; Ashland has walked the talk for years
Oregon State University: Beware of hidden antibiotics
Oregon's flawed new science standards (OPINION)
'Something needs to be done': Parents want justice for baby's bruises
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