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Top Political News - June 25, 2016
  • Earle M. Chiles, Portland businessman and philanthropist, dies at age 83
  • Oregon State Police to get new leader, Major Travis Hampton
  • Northwest Natural estimates 2+ percent rate hike if IP 28 passes
  • Oregonians smoke the second most marijuana in the U.S.
  • Steve Duin: Labor goes on the offensive with corporate tax hike
  • Switch in ballot procedures has some worried about secrecy
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  • Business fret Net Neutrality court decision
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  • As subpoenas swirl, Kate Brown shares vision for reshaping energy agency
  • Backers of initiative to boost Oregon's high school graduation rate turn in signatures — Where the money for this
  • Gov. Kate Brown's Former Top Aide Goes to Work for a Hospital Chain
  • Oil train protesters briefly disrupt Obama speech
  • Property eyed for massive homeless campus now for sale at $10M+
  • Medical waste could mean cash for Marion County
  • Portland Has Become Less Popular for Bay Area Transplants
  • Portland still working on 'goals' for $258M housing tax
  • Wheeler: City can do more to help businesses

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  • Walden talks forests, Owyhee
  • Backers of high school funding initiative turn in signatures
  • City of Eugene to bill Trump campaign $92,300 for rally costs
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  • Jefferson County DA Leriche reacts to petition urging gov to fire him
  • Oregon Board of Education on track to require all schools to test for lead
  • Pierce touts work values in Southern Oregon campaign swing
  • Agate Resources insiders made $34M on sale of company
  • Demands for Portland's core housing leaves suburbs slow to grow
  • Genetically modified salmon could help people and the environment (opinion)
  • Oregon bottle deposit likely to double in 2017
  • Columbus beats Portland to Smart Cities challenge grant
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  • Portland auditor says revolving-door lobbying rules 'all but unenforceable'

  • June 23, 2016
  • Social Security recipients will get meager increase, Medicare finances worsen
  • Gov. Kate Brown takes heat for declining debate
  • Judge refuses to overturn grazing plans
  • Oregon State Bar investigating Amanda Marshall for misconduct
  • Sales figures could make pot Oregon's most valuable crop
  • State legal tab in Oracle case tops $10M
  • Superfund expert says natural recovery won't work to clean up Portland Harbor
  • City of Portland to Buy Joyce Hotel for $4.22M
  • Citizen panel: Two Portland police officers were unprofessional in encounter with a Marion County public defender
  • Portland fire inspector was chasing after bar food when he crashed city van, documents say
  • Portland OKs $30 million deal for new office for homelessness
  • Portlanders to vote on 3% marijuana tax
  • Rebuild three Portland high schools or just two ?and fix health hazards, Board must decide
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