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Top Political News - August 23, 2019
  • How many of Brown's state staffers volunteer on her campaign? She won't say
  • Brown reaps $120K fundraising haul from business donors
  • Executive action has long been Brown's hole card on greenhouse gas limits
  • Language Scam used to gut Oregon death penalty
  • Special session over Oregon death penalty changes still undecided
  • Opinion: Don't limit free speech with campaign contribution limits
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  • Opinion: PERS pension debt clouds Oregon's fiscal future
  • Oregon officials want child welfare records in lawsuit sealed off
  • Timber Unity spokesman shares what's next
  • Company HQs provide local jobs
  • Jury awards return of county parks funds to Happy Valley
  • Neighbors, farmers facing Leaburg canal conundrum
  • Portland spent $1,100 a night on hotel for mayor's aide
  • State rejects Portland's Chinatown tall building plan
  • Warrenton settles with Shilo Inn over back taxes
  • Wheeler sides with union over homeless forum
  • Why could thousands of Oregon university workers go on strike?
  • Knappa schools pursue school-based health center
  • UO to get $1.6 million for ShakeAlert seismometers in coastal areas
  • Gibson, five others indicted on felony riot charges

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    August 22, 2019
  • Brown warms up executive action to limit greenhouse gas emissions
  • Campaign finance complaint raises more concerns about Republican senators who walked out
  • Grant County Sheriff Facing Ethics Complaint Rescinds Resignation
  • Oregon Governor Reaps $120,000 Fundraising Haul From Business Donors
  • Chinook Winds launching sports betting as Oregon Lottery falls behind schedule
  • Editorial valley: Malheur County's blatant attempt to intimidate
  • Health care dominates Wyden visit
  • MAX trains will arrive two minutes later as TriMet aims to help struggling WES
  • Off the hook: California king salmon rebounds after drought
  • Oregon gains on electric vehicle goal, but still off pace
  • Oregon Puts Pressure On Drug Manufacturers To Stop Raising Prices
  • Portland Proud Boys, antifa protests cost downtown biz $3M, group says
  • Portland's new legal aid program helps nearly 450 immigrants
  • T-Mobile plans 5G accelerator with major companies including Intel, records show
  • Three questions for secretary of state candidate Mark Hass
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee drops out of presidential race
  • White House Considers Four Finalists for Oregon Seat On Appeals Court

  • August 21, 2019
  • Ore Supreme Court to AG: rewrite redistricting 2020 ballot initiative
  • Gov. signs law expanding National Guard tuition assistance
  • Poll: 75% of Oregonians support statewide universal health care — 35% D, 25% R, 21% not identified
  • Oregon Senators Describe the Last Session
  • Commentary: Shelly Boshart Davis: Rural Oregon can't afford cap and trade
  • Editorial: Death penalty bill generates clashing views
  • Drivers license process needs to be strengthened - Editorial
  • Rep Leif named vice chairman of new House Committee on Water
  • Results From Oregon's First Public Records Survey
  • Sen. Hass 'preparing' to run for Oregon secretary of state in 2020
  • Timber Unity spokesman shares what's next
  • Astoria debates riverfront changes
  • How Portland protester 'John Doe' walked out of jail after his arrest
  • Medford City Councilman responds to controversial GoFundMe page
  • SEIU employee members may strike Oregon's 7 Universities
  • New law could take Lane Co man off death row
  • Oregon state police car decorated for Pride riles some retired troopers
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