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Top Political News - October 21, 2016
  • Measure 97 debated in Bend
  • School board chair reverses position on controversial M97
  • Walden listens to veteran concerns during Hermiston VFW stop
  • Gubernatorial candidates meet in last debate
  • Oregon needs better planning for the homeless (Opinion)
  • Bend is on the hook for $171M in sewer loans
  • Oregon Business News

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  • SolarWorld expects to miss 2016 revenue goal
  • Chamber comments on Cuba sanction changes
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  • Hazelnut farmer appointed to state Board of Agriculture
  • Port of Astoria asks city to shore up tracks for freight traffic
  • Portland police collection of mental health data raises privacy concerns, lawyers say
  • Report: Portland home values increased fastest in nation
  • Astoria seeks balance between housing, tourism
  • Subcontractor that dug into gas line before explosion had six OSHA citations in five years
  • Transient camps invade commerical lots in Bend
  • Two injured in explosion at Astoria marijuana-extraction business

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  • Bernie Sanders endorses Measure 97, saying corporations should pay 'their fair share'
  • Unions, business lock horns over M97
  • Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument might double in size
  • Fire chief praises firefighter: He 'saved the lives of a lot of citizens'
  • Gov. Brown names economic equity adviser
  • Judge 'vindictive' for giving child molester more prison time, appeals court says
  • Much depends upon Tigard's light rail measure
  • Voters should say no to Metro's bid to renew parks levy: Editorial Endorsement 2016
  • Former Oregon judge dies
  • How far did city's housing efforts go
  • Johnson Creek has a PCB problem
  • K Falls State legislature candidates share views on priorities
  • Mallams reacts to Jewell's dam removal support
  • ODFW: Dead S. Oregon deer had lethal virus
  • Oregon House Democrats pull abortion ad, say it 'was not factually supported'
  • Replacement coal to hit the market
  • Wheeler questions plan for Terminal 1 homeless center
  • Coalition backing Portland's $258.4 million housing bond confident amid criticism
  • Federal justice officials blast Portland mayor for not holding former Police Chief Larry O'Dea accountable
  • Medford Water Commission Manager resigns
  • Police contract protesters dig in their heels
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  • October 19, 2016
  • Measure 97 margin razor-thin, Clinton and Brown lead big in new poll by The Oregonian and KGW
  • Oregon adds nearly 7,200 jobs in September, with most in education
  • PUC recommends more taxpayer-funded solar incentives
  • Sec. Jewell backs Klamath River dam removal
  • Natural gas rates will drop this winter
  • A lot to dislike about incoherent Measure 97 (Opinion)
  • Benton Co OKs homeless czar funding
  • Cash raised to harbor homeless
  • Radar warning system insufficient in Oregon
  • Last week, Gregory McKelvey blocked traffic and demanded Mayor Charlie Hales resign. Here's what's next
  • Plan would rezone two-thirds of single-family neighborhoods for more density
  • Seaside's crumbling schools: Infrastructure woes add to tsunami fears
  • Steve Novick Builds His Fundraising Advantage Over Chloe Eudaly
  • S. Oregon rancher frustrated by wolf attacks
  • Oregon man pleads guilty in Idaho wolf, dog poisoning
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