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Top Political News - April 24, 2017
  • Lawmakers: Oregon budget deficits could get worse
  • Bridge bill falls on busy ears in Oregon
  • Gross receipts tax hurts small businesses
  • National park visitors bring $186M to Oregon economy
  • Rep. Greenlick to bring his health systems reform to House floor
  • A change to public employee healthcare could help Oregon schools, graduations rates (Guest opinion)
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  • State finds discrepancies in Zoom insurance's financial reporting
  • 1st Quarter earnings kicked into high gear
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  • A gross receipts tax would hurt Oregon's small businesses (Guest opinion)
  • EDITORIAL: State actions are overdue
  • Editorial: State Senate deserves credit on records reform
  • Is a grand bargain for Oregon possible without Kitzhaber?
  • Apple backing two huge Oregon renewable-energy projects
  • Church members clean up hate graffiti
  • Report on Uber Executive Shows What Portland Regulators Are Up Against
  • Women's health services face federal, state threats
  • One contested race in Sisters school board election
  • Portland school board candidates on accountability

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  • Editorial: Oregon should welcome new Washington interest in bridge
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  • Catastrophically injured Oregonians ask for right to sue for more than $500,000
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  • 30,000-person solar eclipse gathering approved in Crook County
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  • April 22, 2017
  • Oregon drops several defenses in billion-dollar timber lawsuit
  • Lawmakers: Oregon budget deficits could get worse
  • Oregon budget writers unveil PERS reforms, other cutbacks
  • ODOT lacks staff or plan to oversee work from hoped-for new fees, tax revenue
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