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Top Political News - October 25, 2014
  • Oregon sheriffs slam Wash. sheriff for marijuana ad
  • $4.46M donation to anti-GMO-labeling campaign breaks Oregon record
  • Big dollars flow to GMO, pot campaigns
  • Monica Wehby, minus Jeff Merkley, makes City Club debate a one-sided affair
  • Ed chief wants full time class loads or cut Districts funding
  • Eugene House challenger goes on offense
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  • Robots vs. waiters future hotly debated
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  • PacifiCorp offers to end coal use at plant
  • Portland managers skirted orders to stop paying architect of over-budget Columbia Building
  • Oregon will appoint 'entrepreneurship and innovation czar'

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    October 24, 2014
  • Richardson accusations against Kitzhaber, Hayes are felonies that can carry heavy fines, prison
  • Cover Oregon lawsuits both move to federal court
  • GMO labeling in Oregon: Measure 92 is No. 5 in nation for TV ad spending
  • GMO task force as divided as rest of state when it comes to genetically engineered crops
  • Richardson seeks to turn up heat on John Kitzhaber by alleging crimes
  • Tim Nesbitt: No-browning apples, super-sized salmon and the case for GMO labeling
  • Co-defendant in shooting of Portland police officer, dog is back in jail
  • In Oregon, helicopters spray weed killers near people under West Coast's weakest protections
  • Jeff Merkley vs. Monica Wehby: 16,000-plus TV ads and counting
  • K Falls: Relation between rivers, groundwater under scrutiny
  • Oregon's congressional delegation asks Coast Guard to keep Newport helicopter
  • TriMet contract: Compare your health care benefits to proposed plan for Portland bus drivers
  • Deschutes commissioner race confuses many
  • Hillsboro voters will likely pay more to maintain roads, even if vehicle registration fee fails

  • October 23, 2014
  • U of A panel proposes UO sexual violence office
  • New poll could point to trouble for Kitzhaber's re-election bid
  • Oregon driver cards: Rural voters could decide divisive immigration issue
  • Public employee unions step up fight against Measure 90
  • Republicans holding PERS cuts against Democrats
  • School discipline overkill says the Court of Appeals
  • Second Sherwood mayoral candidate being investigated by Secretary of State
  • Coal terminal opponent signed Cylvia Hayes to contract
  • Law allowing Damascus de-annexations deemed unconstitutional
  • Oregon halts use of potentially deadly guardrails — No one knows where they installed
  • Oregon ranks third nationwide for energy efficiency
  • PSU selling carbon credits to Chevrolet
  • State will be asked to pitch in on federal forest restoration
  • TriMet board approves labor agreement
  • Baker School Board balks at goals report
  • Damascus secession supporters campaign to defeat comprehensive plan
  • Dave's Killer Bread leads Second Chance Summit
  • Grovelink by the numbers: Riders at Forest Grove meeting say they want more
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