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Top Political News - February 27, 2015
  • Net neutrality: 'Things have shifted' for Oregon lawmakers Walden and Wyden
  • Hayes asserts Fifth Amendment rights in hopes of keeping emails private
  • Oracle lawsuit: Kitzhaber advisers manipulated Cover Oregon
  • Port of Portland container terminal would close for good if ICTSI leaves, official says
  • Brown says she opposes death penalty but refuses to rule out executions
  • Cities still seek property tax changes
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  • Clean Fuels bill heads to House vote despite Kitzhaber questions
  • Chamber rejects Net Neutrality
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  • Oceana to feds: sea lions starving due to overfishing
  • Tax cuts for Google Fiber, Comcast and data centers move forward in Oregon Senate but cities object
  • Portland urban renewal: Advocates challenge city promises on affordable housing
  • TriMet public approval rebounding
  • Troutdale considers dissolving police department, work with Sheriff office

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  • Oracle America pressures Oregon in apparent effort to settle high-profile lawsuits
  • Source of leaked Kitzhaber emails could be protected by whistleblower laws
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  • Newport Coast Guard helicopter remains, but court fight continues
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  • Washington County board moves ahead with plan to close two public health clinics
  • Clackamas Fire District seeks voter approval of $29M bond
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  • ODOT seeks testers for per-mile system — first per-mile charging system will be launched in Oregon July 1
  • Kitzhaber's retirement nowhere close to salary as governor
  • Oregon asks judge to force Oricle to stay on state job
  • WW: Kitzhaber turned Cover Oregon decision-making over to campaign consultant
  • Despite new contract, port issues may take weeks, months to clear — The strike cost an estimated $2 billion per day in lost revenues.
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  • Confederated Tribes clean-up of Coos Head almost complete — Federal, state agencies collaborated to decontaminate site riddled with ammunition, diesel, asbestos
  • Portland's Deadline for Airbnb Safety Permits Passes Unheeded, But City Won't Issue Fines
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