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Top Political News - April 01, 2015
  • Gov. Kate Brown ‘Offended’ by Indiana Religious Freedom Law
  • With Democrats in majority, environmental lobby hits hard
  • What you need to know about Wednesday's gun hearing
  • Oregon House passes K-12 budget, Senate vote up next
  • Editorial: Adding corruption to Obamacare incompetence
  • Scott Bruun: Oregon Should Not Limit Campaign Contributions
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  • OHSU, Salem Health may combine clinics into integrated system
  • Dont expand agency business closing power
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  • Rep. Whisnant wins Thomas Jefferson award — see tonight!
  • Coal terminal secures DEQ water certification
  • Lane County Economic Forecast: Slow growth, potential wage gains — Oregon economists, business development experts stress the need for a capable workforce
  • West Coast lawmakers want earlier earthquake warnings: Oregon environment news
  • Former Portland residents to pay art tax
  • Portland is Among America's Most Overpriced Cities, Says Forbes
  • Local schools plan for cuts under House-approved budget
  • Top Kitzhaber advisers' computers, cell phones among those secured

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  • Julie Parrish, R-Clackamas unveils sweeping set of public records reforms
  • Oregon Drought is First Real Test of Governor Brown’s Rural Leadership
  • Palcohol: Lawmakers looking to ban powdered alcohol in Oregon
  • Oregon Legislature targets antibiotics in factory farms
  • Audit: Oregon IT projects need more oversight — Sees 'positive steps,' but says more are needed
  • Executive Club: Rep. Whisnant, Rep. Barreto — tomorrow night
  • Digital Rights Activists Use Jumbotron ‘Film Fest’ to Pressure Ron Wyden
  • Oregon Legislature to Hold Hearing on Bills to End Profiling
  • Oregon Right to Try bill passes House committee
  • Council voices opposition to Stafford House Bill 3211
  • Five new TriMet buses on the road — $447,875 each
  • State punishes Portland contractor for minority contracting claims
  • British man pleads guilty in Oregon terror camp case
  • Hales bans city-paid travel to Indiana to protest new law

  • March 30, 2015
  • Gov. Kate Brown's signature could trigger data center boom in rural Oregon
  • Debate over medical pot regulations heats up
  • Fidanque steps down after 22 years at helm of ACLU of Oregon
  • New bill aimed at regulating crematoriums
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  • Steve Duin: And, far too often, the city of Portland shirks
  • Will $15 minimum Wage, Biz tax be on 2016 ballot?
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  • Train route from Seattle to Eugene could be in jeopardy
  • Portland Taxi Drivers Upset With Uber Task Force’s Transparency and Process
  • SEIU Local 503 has begun collective bargaining
  • Rep. Sprenger: Cougars near schools renews call for action
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