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Top Political News - July 23, 2014
  • Are Oregonians paying enough property taxes?
  • Cover Oregon says state wouldn't be affected by federal court ruling
  • Legal Oregon pot initiative makes November ballot, backers say
  • Koch-backed group buys $3.1M in Oregon Senate ads
  • Merkley vs. Wehby on the issues: Climate change
  • Kitzhaber aides stay mum about surprise departure of his communications director
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  • Close-in Portland neighborhood set to welcome an $18M drug and alcohol rehab center
  • Ore. breaks beer record & leads nation
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  • Map: NW engulfed in 20 wildlfires
  • Ptld's Planned Parenthood Director says women's health care is caught in a political fight
  • Sens. Wyden, Merkley join others in call for additional wildfire funding
  • Lane County considers possible regulations for e-cigarettes
  • Novick's new plan: Make the rich pay a street fee
  • A big raise for Portland schools chief; secret labor negotiations


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    July 22, 2014
  • Richardson wins Independent Party nomination over Kitzhaber for Oregon governor
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  • Independent Party of Oregon releases 2014 Primary results
  • Merkley vs. Wehby on the issues: the Keystone XL Pipeline
  • Remembering Vic Atiyeh, Oregon's last Republican governor
  • Cover Oregon board starts mulling its future makeup and direction
  • Former top Cover Oregon official won $67,000 settlement after threatening lawsuit
  • We quizzed local officials: Do kids need to wear helmets?
  • Lane commissioners pass ordinance to gut proposed Eugene sick-leave ordinance
  • Portland Public Schools' new ombudsman should be independent
  • Portlanders throw away more than average American

  • July 21, 2014
  • Dennis Richardson wins first debate
  • Liberals hope for Oregon Senate victories to boost majority and get past legislative roadblock
  • Bates-Dotterrer race called critical to Senate control
  • 'Your Voice, Your Vote:' Analyzing Oregon governor's debate
  • Hearing a proxy for coal, oil debate
  • Portland or Portlandia? — will bikes save us in a disaster?
  • Former Oregon Gov. Vic Atiyeh dies at age 91
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