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Top Political News - July 31, 2014
  • Among political casualties of Cover Oregon health exchange fiasco, some fared better than others
  • How much does PERS matter to the Oregon economy
  • Oregon Caves expansion bill clears second-to-last hurdle to congressional passage
  • Probe of finds management failures set stage for computer woes
  • Some PERS rate relief in sight for public employers
  • State has approved criminal defense costs for five former employees at Cover Oregon
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  • Portland's Rodda Paint spreads eastward with 5-store purchase
  • Microsoft defends email privacy in Fed. Court
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  • Wyden lobbies colleagues to fund firefighting
  • Coal, oil projects may be at mercy of OTC
  • GMO labels are inherently deceptive: Guest opinion
  • KCC aviation program preps for takeoff
  • Lawmakers are readying the state Capitol for a massive earthquake
  • Meet the Marijuana Moneymen
  • ODOT switching on Portland's highway variable speed signs
  • Salmon to only get more water if fish start dying
  • 200,000 more people in city's future
  • Clackamas County starts drumming up support for land use deal in 2015
  • Commissioner Fritz delays $170,000 request for downtown holiday marketing program, ugly sweater contest
  • Leaky roof leaves Multnomah County officials wishing
  • New life for Oregon City historic mill site
  • Readers want Uber ride-sharing in Portland
  • Report: Fired Prineville police chief unethical, fraudulent

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  • Clark Co bridge plan gets lukewarm public response
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  • Merkley and Wehby agree on one thing: The other is a partisan extremist
  • New law requires vision testing for young children; free screenings announced
  • No Fukushima radiation in Oregon, group says
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  • Eugene passes carbon emissions reduction law
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  • Estimates differ on marijuana revenues that will be generated for Oregon
  • Merkley holds strong lead over Wehby in New York Times forecast of Ore. Senate race
  • Cover Oregon gave ex-technology director a $70,000 contract after resignation under pressure
  • Knight match: Anonymous donor puts OHSU $100 million closer
  • Warm Springs tribal leaders say racing proposal still alive
  • Washington state senator Pam Roach will pay back $4,500 for mileage
  • Eugene council passes sick leave law, sets up legal challenge by Lane County
  • Logging advocate to retire from Douglas County job
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