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Top Political News - October 31, 2014
  • Cannabis in the classroom: Superintendent tells of problems
  • Kitzhaber aide says Cylvia Hayes records require 'rigorous legal review'
  • Kitzhaber, Merkley, marijuana winning in latest exclusive poll
  • Sex offenders in Oregon K-12 schools
  • 'Top two' primary battle in Oregon sparks battle
  • Attention falls onto three important Oregon Senate races
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  • New poll: Voters primary concerns
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  • Sen. Merkley tours the Klamath Basin
  • Civil-rights complaint challenges design of Roosevelt HS STEM labs
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