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Top Political News - October 21, 2014
  • Governor race: Still sharp tones in final debate Monday evening
  • Marijuana legalization: PSU and KATU to sponsor televised debate Tuesday
  • Oregon ERA draws a quiet campaign
  • Kitzhaber, Richardson respond to election complaints as state continues investigations
  • Wealthy put $800K into Oregon pot campaign
  • Has Merkley-Wehby race lost its hint of suspense?
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  • Commercial real estate crowd funder grabs $100K in Bend
  • Switching college debt from students to taxpayers
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  • Oregon GMO measure poised to set spending record
  • Taxpayer Voter Guide — - for those smaller, mystery candidate races
  • Clackamas County: Clerk candidates answer questions about plans for restoring trust
  • Hillsboro City Council election: Washington County to send new ballots with correct candidates
  • Springfield council OKs marijuana tax
  • New details of U of O's drive to raise $2 billion in donations

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  • Rep. Vicki Berger files ethics complaint against Cylvia Hayes
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