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Top Political News - May 06, 2016
  • Oregon lays out sweeping protections for transgender students
  • Oregon Supreme Court: Injured people can't sue state for more than $3 million, controversial law stands
  • Donald Trump won't appear in Vancouver; supporter suggests road trip to Eugene
  • Forest Service plan would thwart Kalmiopsis nickel mine
  • Water vs. wages: The fight over Nestle in Cascade Locks
  • Bill Clinton makes 2 stops in Oregon for wife's campaign
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Voyager Capital: Seattle and Portland entrepreneurs are more competitive than ever
  • Court: Employers right to list obesity as safety risk
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  • Liberal views on faith, sexuality make Portland fertile ground for surrogacy
  • Record 110,000 change voter registrations in time for Oregon primary
  • State adopts temporary rules for industrial hemp
  • About 60 turn out for session on Roats rates
  • Our school has an arts program, but the performance space is rotting (OPINION)
  • Ted Wheeler's biggest challenge in mayoral race -- his own to-do list
  • Threading the needle on homelessness: Editorial Agenda 2016


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    May 05, 2016
  • Judge rejects feds' Columbia River salmon plan, calls for a rewrite
  • Donald Trump's clear path to GOP nomination still includes Oregon, Washington
  • New federal rule would permit thousands of eagle deaths
  • President Clinton to speak Thursday at COCC
  • Trump plans campaign stops in Northwest
  • Vancouver to Portland commute time up 300%
  • Walden depot tour shows stark contrast between potential and reality
  • Clackamas County board hears details of Stafford plan
  • Climate change could threaten Crater Lake's crystal-clear water
  • Grier mounts write-in campaign for Oregon House District 9 seat
  • Medical discovery a unique opportunity for U.S., Oregon economies (OPINION)
  • Recreational marijuana shoppers can buy marijuana edibles and extracts starting June 2
  • Steve Buckstein wins Thomas Jefferson Award
  • Jules Bailey hopes green brand resonates with Portland's blue voters
  • New version of TriMet Tickets app includes Lyft, Car2Go tie-in
  • Portland Mayor Charlie Hales Proposes Cuts to City Watchdog
  • Sourdough Bakery owner wants help fighting wage claim lawsuit

  • May 04, 2016
  • New Details Emerge About Turmoil at Oregon Lottery: Accusation of Civil Rights Violation Against Iranian-American Employee — Former Director Jack Roberts prepared civil rights complaint against "two rogue commissioners."
  • Gov. Kate Brown quietly convenes heavy-hitting group to talk roads — Top players set to meet in Portland to talk 2017 transportation funding package
  • Oregonians who buy own health coverage face big 2017 hikes — two top insurers are proposing 30% average rate hikes
  • Judge clears payroll tax ballot measure to aid Portland State University
  • Oregon superdelegates weigh in on selection process
  • Wyden wants Oregon's voting system nationwide — Senator wants to expand the 'Oregon way' across US
  • Editorial: Drop ethics complaint over wolf bill
  • GOP governor debate tonight
  • Getting young voters to turnout is elusive goal
  • Animal welfare group sues Coast Guard
  • Baker City proposes 19-percent boost in base water rates
  • Charlie Hales' business-tax hammer: Editorial Agenda 2016
  • Commissioner Nick Fish Has "Concerns" About Mayor Charlie Hales' Tax Hike
  • Contest brisk for Democratic nomination to replace Val Hoyle in west Eugene/Junction City legislative seat
  • Portland Police Sweeping Homeless Camps From Springwater Corridor — Mayor's office says there were 300 people as of last month in the stretch being cleared Tuesday and Wednesday
  • Referendum filed to fight Albany stormwater ordinance
  • Oregon Continues to Lag in K-12 Spending per Student-See All 50 States
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