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Top Political News - December 08, 2016
  • Oregon's Kate takes aim at our gun rights
  • Potential Oregon Ballot Measure Targets 'Sanctuary' Immigration Law
  • Oregon armories earn millions, endanger thousands — Part 2
  • 37 Oregon companies that came or went in 2016
  • Editorial: A way forward for Oregon — Status quo is a prescription for decline
  • Editorial: The awful truth about state government
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Portland startup Nouvola the latest to crash the connected car rush
  • Columbia Sportswear unveils Star Wars line
  • More Political News
  • Rezoning farmland is difficult for county property owners
  • Some fear Multnomah County is closing too many jail beds
  • State pension overseer Katherine Durant steps down
  • Steve Novick's CEO tax wins close vote, putting Portland on world map
  • Portland Becomes First City to Tax Companies for Outsized CEO Pay
  • Portland City Council set to revive publicly funded campaigns -- in 2019
  • Portland Tenants United protests against rising rents, no-cause evictions
  • Saltzman: Report hazardous buildings and unpermitted events to the city
  • Portland school board passes $2.3 million pay increase for staff
  • Ashland student accuses classmate of sexual assault on Facebook: Principal, police respond


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