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Top Political News - March 26, 2015
  • Father of Oregon's land use laws dies at 96
  • Kitzhaber wanted to align Salem and local districts' budgets
  • Oregon legislative panel advances schools budget
  • Oregon paid sick leave bill passes first legislative hurdle
  • Oregon's AG urges lawmakers to give police power to remove guns from abusers
  • Ron Wyden avoids anti-trade pact protesters
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  • Genentech on its $125M expansion: 'We like doing business in Oregon'
  • Political survey cover doesn’t allow robocalls to avoid No-Call list
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  • 'Ban the Box' supporters take national campaign to Oregon Legislature
  • Bill would require health plans to cover abortion
  • DOJ investigating subsidies for solar projects
  • Last in state: Klamath County falls flat in health rankings
  • Legislators debate bills that would alter gain share
  • Once-starving seals, sea lions swarm Columbia River for smelt, salmon runs
  • Oregon Senate passes bill clearing way for Portland convention center hotel
  • Wages fall further behind home prices in Portland, study finds
  • Commissioner Fritz proposes overhauling fees on developers to fund parks
  • Mayor Hales' dismissive memo reflects city's fleeting attention to police reform
  • Novick on why roads 'rot' as utility bills go up
  • Portland considering banning certain insecticides on city property
  • Troutdale City Council votes to dissolve the police department, contract with sheriff

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  • Local school admins: Oregon K-12 budget won't pay for full-day Kindergarten
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  • In First Direct Message to State Workers, Gov. Kate Brown Lauds DAS Dissenters — State workers who refused to delete Kitzhaber emails "responded correctly."
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  • Oregon Supreme Court nixes rulings that animals can be victims
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  • Truckers, energy group sue to block low-carbon fuel standards
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