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Top Political News - August 02, 2015
  • Army Corps prevails over Oregon LNG on easement
  • Early pot sales, the Big One and vaccines: This week in new Oregon laws
  • Oregon drought forces cities to impose water use cutbacks
  • Oregon official: Ramming of Seattle kayaker was unintentional
  • Oregon bottle deposit hike to 10 cents likely as redemption falls
  • Editorial: 'Oregon Promise' is bad public policy
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  • Smokers & health insurance: good & bad
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  • Crook County to rent more jail beds from Jefferson County — Weighing options for a new jail in Prineville, possible vote next year
  • Oregon eCourt coming to Eastern Oregon
  • Eugene and Eugene Water & Electric Board officials working on deal for city to lead the sale of key riverfront property
  • Flugtag shut down early by Coast Guard — The event had its permit revoked early because of a crowded river
  • Portland's paving problem climbs to nearly $1.2 billion
  • Central Oregon hopes to see increased funds in programs for young children
  • Novick on crusade to reset alarm clocks for sleepy teens — wants high schools to start at 9 a.m.

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    August 01, 2015
  • Oregon Democrats express support for Planned Parenthood
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  • PERS rate decision could hit local governments hard
  • Oregon drought shouldn't affect government credit
  • Oregon liquor official resigns, strip club ties had raised questions
  • Why is Ted Wheeler Speaking at Oregon Mayor's Conference?
  • Multnomah County continues shackling juvenile defendants — even as observers recoil
  • Potential spotted frog lawsuit Deschutes not impacting water users — Litigation could target Crane Prairie, Wickiup reservoir management
  • Air quality suffers as smoke floods Rogue Valley; evacuations ordered in Azalea
  • Charlie Hales invited to White House for clean power
  • Newberg city manager won't face criminal charges
  • University of Oregon grad student fudged research numbers in federally funded studies
  • With state cash in hand, Portland State University reduces tuition increase
  • Why only 2 arrested in Fennica protest? — Greenpeace, kayaktivists briefly blocked Fennica from leaving Portland
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