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Top Political News - June 24, 2019
  • Senate standoff draws in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • Senate GOP skip Sunday session, supporters rally
  • GOP leader says Democrats 'lacked the courage' to face protesters at Capitol
  • 5 signs of Oregon's tax revolt
  • Knute Buehler donates $5K to PAC supporting Senate Republicans
  • Logjam continues at Capitol, but militia threat fails to materialize
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  • Oregon governor: Gray wolves on 'path to recovery'
  • Bill to allow easier access to cold, allergy medicines fails fourth year in a row
  • Opinion: New gross-receipts tax will hurt Oregon consumers, affordable housing
  • Oregon Senate Standoff Continues: Could A Few Words Make A Difference?
  • 'It would be a death knell': Eastern Ore. truckers weigh in on cap and trade
  • Legislature made progress on some new laws, before senators scooted away
  • Bull Run Watershed land swap to be considered
  • Crater Lake-Klamath Airport without an airline since 2017
  • ODOT, Sisters airport reach settlement of lawsuits
  • Planter strip vote by Eugene council set for Monday
  • $10 million gift to UO to help create joint cancer research center
  • COCC fully compliant with 'Kaylee's Law' after de-policing security force

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    June 23, 2019
  • Senate Minority Leader says you won't see Republican senators 'anytime soon'
  • Republicans plan "Support GOP senators" rally: Capitol 9:30a.m.
  • Ethics Commission: No conflict of interest with Re. Greg Smith
  • Oregon Senate Republicans' walkout could kill hundreds of bills
  • Editorial: Legislature shows poor commitment to transparency
  • Opinion: Republican senators are doing their jobs
  • Opinion: This loyal Democrat tired of supermajority strong-arming
  • Multiple earthquakes reported off Oregon Coast on Saturday
  • Oregon expands its Road Usage Charge Program
  • Oregon's new crime lab ready for business
  • Beaverton to address $12 million accounting error
  • Diagnosed cases of HIV, syphilis spike in Multnomah Co
  • Portland's priciest condo on the waterfront, $9.3M
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  • OSU researchers' plan for managing rivers to be resilient to climate change

  • June 22, 2019
  • Report: I-5 expansion one of nation's top 'boondoggles'
  • 'Militia threat' shuts down Oregon statehouse
  • Ore. state senators reject militias offer of protection: "Not interested"
  • PAC formed Thursday to support the Republicans who left Salem
  • In a break from the past, Oregon sheriffs change their approach to gun laws
  • Editorial: House should let petition bill die
  • Leave bill is too complex, too expensive
  • Rally for GOP Senators Sunday July 23
  • Cap and trade impacts local businesses
  • Jordan Cove claims 82% of impacted landowners support the project
  • Transportation commission defers rail projects approval
  • Airbus tests autonomous air-taxi in sky over Oregon
  • Dutch Bros ends partnership with Oregon lobbying group
  • Editorial: Legislature should give Deschutes County a needed judge
  • Food bank sees boost from trade war
  • Multnomah County leader calls planned state mental health cuts 'devastating'
  • Portland-area real estate rebounds in May
  • PPS, union to change way sexual misconduct allegations are dodged
  • What UO's new provost plans to do for students, faculty, administrators
  • Former Oregon foster care head sentenced to prison for stealing over $1M
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