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Top Political News - April 16, 2014
  • Loren Parks & Stimson Lumber CEO help Monica Wehby fund ads attacking her GOP rival, Jason Conger
  • David Sarasohn: Ron Wyden says intelligence surprises aren't over
  • Medical marijuana in Oregon: Pot growers form political action committee
  • New man in charge of Cover Oregon makes no guarantees, wants to restore public trust
  • Oregon Medicare payments: 6 interesting facts in the data
  • 'Most intriguing' Oregon pols: Ron Wyden gets bumped
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  • Paid your Portland Arts Tax yet? Here's where it goes
  • Oregon economy picks up pace
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  • Budget crisis in Polk County
  • Dozens more Oregon cities pondering pot moratorium
  • PERS 'side account' could cut Multnomah County's unfunded liability
  • Study estimates same-sex marriage would boost Oregon economy by $47 million over 3 years
  • Portland's protected bike lanes to become permanent

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  • Sen. Jeff Merkley reports another $1 million quarter in fundraising for Oregon re-election
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