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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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  • Harney 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


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    May 23, 2016
  • Former 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, 2016
  • Union'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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