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Top Political News - February 14, 2016
  • Oregon celebrates 157th birthday
  • Wyden meets in Medford to discuss fight against opioid abuse
  • Oregon Standoff Is Expected to Cost Millions, and Occupiers May Pay Part of the Bill
  • Oregon considers relaxing hemp cultivation rules
  • Things to know: Oregon Legislature roundup
  • Oregon can do better than Kate Brown (OPINION)
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  • Heathman restaurant to leave namesake hotel for new space
  • Problems with Oregon minimum wage plans
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  • Oregon housing crisis: Renter bill shrinks again amid pressure from landlord advocates
  • Coquille Police Chief out on indefinite leave
  • Digging into the Bend gas tax
  • Hales, Yeah. Donors to Mayor Charlie Hales Get Their Money Back — 19 % of what contributors gave.
  • Lakeside FD running out of chances
  • Property taxes: Lents budgets 'compressed' after 2015 tax hike
  • Mike Arnold, lawyer who helped end Malheur standoff, takes pride in being prickly

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    February 13, 2016
  • Big and complicated climate bills pass out of committee at Legislature
  • Housing deal encountering turbulence in Salem
  • Lawmakers scrap proposal allowing local biotech restrictions
  • Minimum-wage bill unknown costs will mean real cuts in counties
  • Glass company expresses confusion after DEQ request to quit chromium use
  • Oregon senators: Portland's toxic air-is public health emergency
  • OSU leader unveils initiative to cut costs, boost graduation rates
  • Snowpack could shorten Oregon wildfire season in high elevations
  • Gresham considers taking on debt to spur Pleasant Valley development
  • Tigard approves fee to pay for parks maintenance
  • You know the Hawthorne Bridge-thingy! Its creators have won an award

  • February 12, 2016
  • Legislative panel OKs new PERS perk even as deficit balloons: Editorial
  • Oregon Senate approves bill to increase minimum wage
  • Senate OKs Knopp bill targeting criminal impersonation
  • State renewable energy mandate headed for House vote
  • Oregon standoff ends with a hallelujah
  • Oregon standoff: Last four occupiers surrender at Malheur refuge
  • Arguments set for next week in WinCo appeal — Defining a window
  • Oregon Bar considers controversial overhaul of disciplinary rules
  • Oregon GED students still struggling
  • Oregon State sees its future far beyond Corvallis
  • Portland's newest park: a $15.1 million pathway to nowhere — This is most amazing
  • Ted Wheeler proposes Renters Bill of Rights
  • City: No general homeless camping testimony at R2D2 hearing
  • Fears of downtown parking pinch in wake of plan to build on 11 lots
  • Sheriff Dan Staton Settles Tort Claim Filed by Chief Deputy
  • Ted Wheeler wants rules for just-cause evictions in Portland
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