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Top Political News - March 24, 2017
  • Businesses: Paid family leave adds to fatigue of Legislature-imposed mandates
  • Citing health risks, Senate approves raising Oregon tobacco age to 21
  • Oregon lawmakers consider banning livestock discrimination
  • Oregon lawmakers, sensing ambitious education goals out of reach, prepare to drop them
  • Repairs and long-needed upgrades planned for Portland roads
  • UO steps up request for $100 million in state bonds for Knight science campus
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  • Advocates, legislators seek more money for veteran services
  • Federal prosecutors, city of Portland to mediate police settlement issues, again
  • Former mayor Norm King remembered as stabilizing force in West Linn
  • State school board approves deal on tribal mascots
  • TriMet $1.2 billion budget calls for added bus service, more money for maintenance
  • TriMet survey: Approval up, ridership down
  • Affordable rentals for Portlanders displaced by gentrification to rise along MLK
  • Portland City Council meetings too unsafe to attend, Nick Fish tells staff
  • Portland falls to 25th largest metro area despite growth

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  • Clackamas Community College President Dr. Joanne Truesdell announces retirement effective July 2018
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