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Top Political News - December 01, 2015
  • PERS: Five things to know about Oregon's pension problem — funding problem is back with a vengeance
  • Brown applauds Obama action on refugees
  • Illegal immigrants sue Oregon over ballot measure denying licenses
  • Sen. Ron Wyden heralds end of NSA bulk collection of phone data
  • Editorial: Keep a lid on public pay
  • Editorial: State needs to do something about PERS
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  • Nike innovation streak continues, on pace for another 500 patents (Photos)
  • Will Portland see a gas tax?
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  • Measure 5 - 25th Birthday! — Come celebrate Wed Dec 2nd
  • Eastern Oregon jobless rate drops in two months
  • Lane County considers $100,000 incentive for proposed RV factory in Junction City — Sources say Winnebago Industries would open the factory, hiring 200 people
  • Oregon's water demand to grow by 15 percent by 2050
  • Albany demolishes nuisance house
  • Former Oregon City Mayor Dan Fowler seeks zoning change along Beavercreek Road
  • Oregon Catalyst blog honors 10th Birthday
  • Will priced-out Portlanders flock to suburbs?
  • Oregon report card shows persistent student-teacher racial gap
  • Animal Planet host runs afoul of Oregon law by building treehouses without getting state contractor?s license, state says

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  • Central Oregon lawmakers prepare top two ideas for 2016 — Proposed bills span addiction, PERS reform, paid sick leave and school funding
  • Oregon tax structure good...for now
  • 'Your Voice, Your Vote': Rep. Blumenauer on refugee crisis — and a gas tax increase he's pushing for in Congress.
  • Green Living: Forest restoration and political spending
  • Why Jules Bailey's Candidacy is Good News for Portland
  • Margaret Carter May Run For Senate Seat She Left in 2009
  • Underwater system will keep track of endangered suckers in Klamath County
  • Editorial: La Pine, save that pot tax money
  • EWEB commissioners will look at four different rate increase proposals — Second public hearing on budget is Tuesday night
  • Tiny houses come with full-size tax bills — One ADU owner said he was 'very shocked' by tax bill
  • Eugene-based company wins $5.6 million federal grant to try to reduce violence in K-12 schools
  • Schools prepare for opt-out law, impact on test participation

  • November 29, 2015
  • PERS costs to soar in 2017 and beyond, clobbering Oregon
  • Oregon Supreme Court affirms death penalty for Guzek
  • Oregon transportation: Management, not money, is the problem
  • Court revives Oregon suit over Johnson & Johnson's phantom recall of Motrin
  • Editorial: Don't mandate the purchase of expensive power
  • Walden and others must make Klamath water deal happen quickly: Editorial
  • Jail issue splits on rural, urban lines
  • Tests suggest Oregon crabbing could re-open soon
  • County Commissioner Jules Bailey Talks About Running for Mayor
  • Hales Demolition Tax Vote Finally Set for Next Week
  • Executives of bankrupt Oregon company accused of $40-million Ponzi scheme
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