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Top Political News - August 30, 2015
  • Oregon may approve up to $15-hour wages for home-care workers — SEIU Local 503 announced
  • NuScale hopes to change the conversation on nuclear power
  • Lack of state funds, staffing to blame for failure to test thousands of rape kits from Oregon victims
  • Oregon receives "B" for small business friendliness
  • Oregon needs strong candidates from all major parties
  • Scott Bruun: State Senator Betsy Johnson's Possible Run for Governor
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  • Telecom firm Integra taps a new CEO
  • Alert over “Fair Pay” rule implementation
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  • Douglas Co commissioners object to gun law — passed a resolution opposing background checks for private gun transfers.
  • editorial: Oregon's crazy income tax brackets
  • Baker City water holds up
  • Beach health advisories expected to spike in 2017 — EPA mandates changes
  • Phoenix wants diesel tax to fix truck damage
  • Springfield Councilor Dave Ralston opposed adding "minority element" to police panel
  • Sweet Home to seek increased tax levies for police, library

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    August 29, 2015
  • Bend's Telfer to run for state treasurer as Independent
  • Bernie Sanders can appear on Dem Primary ballot
  • David Sarasohn: Oregon's dismal college rankings (OPINION)
  • Lottery director answers criticism after audit questions casino rules
  • Monica Wehby says she's 'listening' as supporters ask her to run for Oregon governor
  • Oregonians in Action's Hunnicutt still pursuing land-use reforms
  • Charges will be dismissed against Terry Bean
  • Judge advising top brass on Air National Guard
  • Kindergarten testing is bad for kids (OPINION)
  • Tim Nesbitt: Labor unions and Oregon's new New Deal (OPINION)
  • Concern grows over camping, drugs, and public sex in North Park Blocks
  • Daimler Trucks set to build $18M Madras test track
  • Oregon Department of Agriculture to hire marijuana coordinator
  • PSU's 2 top fundraisers resign in wake of $100 million gift that never was
  • Sandy voters to decide contentious question of marijuana sales in the city

  • August 28, 2015
  • Why Oregon lags on per capita income: Editorial
  • 'Kicker' reform: Love it or hate it, your tax rebate remains invincible
  • Energy Department's plan to rewrite tax credit rules faces blowback from lawmakers
  • SEIU home-care workers sign 'historic' contract
  • State's budget meter running on wildfire costs
  • Vilsack unveils $211 million sage grouse plan
  • Wyden, U.S. agriculture secretary to get update on Western wildfires
  • Oregon approves 'largest liquor expansion since Prohibition?
  • Oregon pot rules prove challenging, says liquor commission boss (Q&A)
  • Oregon revenue officials planning for cash when marijuana businesses pay sales taxes
  • Portland gives Hempstalk festival a third chance, approves 2015 waterfront event
  • Multnomah County commissioners support Sauvie Island plan
  • State Audit: lottery delis may violate Constitutional ban
  • Albany approves ballot title for initiative
  • Eugene leaders still disagree over property tax waiver for new student apartment tower
  • Golf developer's lawyer defends wells, road-building at Oregon state park
  • Portland must set spending priorities: Editorial Agenda 2015
  • School board reinstates embattled Oak Grove bus stops
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