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Top Political News - October 20, 2014
  • Battle over GMO labeling sets records
  • Texas billionaire gives $1.5M for open primary measure
  • Measure 87 would let Oregon judges teach for pay
  • Two billionaires give to Oregon top-two primary effort
  • Kitzhaber embattled as he seeks fourth term
  • Kitzhaber: Scandals may not derail him but could cast shadow on fourth term
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  • Green infill developer moves into Portland's Ecotrust
  • Survey: Business optimism dropping
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  • The two faces of Sara Gelser (Democratic senate candidate) on the environment
  • Third DeFazio-Robinson contest is a milder version
  • Sen. Ron Wyden will need support in tax-reform effort: Guest opinion
  • What voters should care about in November: Guest opinion
  • Oregon looking nationwide for wildlife chief
  • Proposal to pay Springfields elected officials raises little fuss

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  • Driver cards stir voter passions — Critics say the cards reward illegal immigrants
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  • Senator Wyden And Treasurer Wheeler Take Input
  • Judge OKs dispensary ban in Cave Junction
  • Newport Coast Guard closure will increase North Bend workload
  • Bailey Branch decision not likely until after election
  • Man claims he was fired from Deschutes County DA campaign for not delivering mayor brother's support
  • Salem ahead of the class in volunteer tutoring, teaching
  • Eugene police employee decorated cubicle with evidence, auditor finds

  • October 18, 2014
  • Donation to anti-GMO-labeling fight makes M. 92 the spendiest in Oregon history
  • Monica Wehby joins call for tougher travel, quarantine rules to reduce Ebola threat
  • Portland Restaurants Donating to Pass Driver's Card Measure 88
  • UO sets fundraising goal of $2B
  • Dispute over longshore pay stalls shipping at Terminal 6 for two days
  • Five-year high schools increasingly common — This has a price tag
  • Former DA employee files suit against Flaherty, Deschutes County
  • Medical marijuana in Oregon: Court rules that local governments may ban dispensaries
  • Moms sound off for and against pot legalization
  • Oregon Iron Works wins a piece of massive Transbay Transit Center project
  • People don't go to college to earn a $9.10 minimum wage: Guest opinion
  • Sen. Alan Olsen Attacks Challenger Jamie Damon
  • Washington County residents will pay at least 3% higher property taxes
  • Marion County: Carlson challenged by farmland preservation advocate
  • Mayor Hales seeks to appeal federal judge's order
  • Metro study: Most metro-area residents live in suburbs, but wish they didn't
  • Oregon surveys anglers and hunters about a new director
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