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Top Political News - April 18, 2014
  • Klamath Basin Water accord signing today
  • Oregon Sheriffs Oppose Drivers Cards for Illegal Immigrants
  • Fundraising anemic in race against Rep. Kurt Schrader
  • More Oregon counties join in suspending immigration detainer policies
  • Oregon Secretary of State's voter registration website offline 12 days before deadline
  • Multnomah County Courthouse project leaders say details expected late this year
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  • A look inside the Dig-a-Pony team's new downtown hotel bar and grill (Photos)
  • Paper currency use on rebound
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  • Multnomah County Sheriff Staton draws interest from Fairview City Council with policing plan


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  • Clackamas County violated woman's Constitutional rights by holding her in jail at immigration agency's request
  • Common Core debate: Most Portland School Board members voice concerns
  • CRC audit finds $17 million in questionable spending
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  • Loren Parks & Stimson Lumber CEO help Monica Wehby fund ads attacking her GOP rival, Jason Conger
  • David Sarasohn: Ron Wyden says intelligence surprises aren't over
  • Medical marijuana in Oregon: Pot growers form political action committee
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