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Top Political News - April 26, 2015
  • Walden backs bill to end wolf protection
  • BML announces W. Oregon timber plan options
  • County leaders in Oregon decry BLM timber harvest plan
  • Ron Wyden steps up fundraising — has $3.5 million in bank as re-election nears in 2016
  • With growing calls to limit antibiotics for food-producing animals, Oregon debates bill
  • Steve Duin: The $155,000 - and counting - Portland Schools board race
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  • Uber is officially live in Portland
  • Illinois Gov. floats local “Right-to-Work” zones
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  • GoFundMe fundraising site for Sweet Cakes owners goes dark
  • Oregon's Rural Unemployment Rates Are Higher Than In Cities 
  • Wood smoke, light rail, kayaker's pollution video: Washington County Roundup
  • Eugene tries online building permits — Builders will be able  to electronically submit plan applications and documents
  • College rankings proliferate - to the delight and dismay  of Oregon and Oregon State
  • Targeted funds could boost early childhood

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  • Bill sets rules for use of police body cameras
  • Coming soon to your neighborhood: the backyard pot party
  • Gill-net strategist appointed to fish and wildlife commission
  • Oregon US Attorney Amanda Marshall resigns
  • Switch to full-day kindergarten is putting a strain on local school budgets
  • Targeted funds could boost early childhood education
  • A fired Portland administrator earned over $370K
  • Portland considers downsizing infill houses
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  • Ferrioli discusses marijuana politics
  • Legislative committee OKs more background checks on firearm sales
  • SolarCity's university solar projects cost Oregon taxpayers $12M
  • Affordable housing bill crosses big hurdle
  • Bill would let motorcyclists drive between cars during jams
  • Bill would map video gambling machines against neighborhood wealth
  • Central Oregon schools agree: education budget isn’t enough
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