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Top Political News - April 19, 2019
  • Walden, Wyden, Merkley react to Mueller report
  • Brown reaches tipping point on Dept.Human Services
  • Portland Business Alliance signs off on $2B tax hike
  • Court finds part of Oregon juvenile sentencing law unconstitutional
  • Editorial: Legislature shouldn't pass unfair tax
  • My View: Let voters decide who gets driver's license
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  • Q-and-A: Laura Day, operations director of Yerba Buena
  • US Chamber criticizes Trump Cuba action
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  • 3 steps Ore.Transportation Comm. will use in evaluating rail projects
  • Bill: require psychological evaluation for law enforcement agencies
  • HB 2020:clarifying credit allocation
  • Lawsuit renews attack on grazing in Oregon national forest
  • Made in Oregon outperforms nation
  • OR, CA, WA debate removing missionary statues
  • Willamette Valley wine purity bills pass Oregon Senate
  • Editorial: Car-camping fix should be fair to all Bend neighborhoods
  • No criminal charges against La Bell on election allegation
  • Portland groups push withdrawal from Joint Terrorism Task Force
  • Portland settles invasion of privacy lawsuit for $50,000
  • Oregon education agency responds mostly with inaction on grad rates
  • Bill: in-state tuition to undocumented students at Oregon graduate schools

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  • New Secretary Of State Says Oregon Still Failing To Fix Graduation Rate
  • Oregon Foster Care Children Of Color Disproportionately Sent Out Of State
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  • DeFazio makes pitch to save ACA
  • Environmental Advocates Are Abandoning an Oregon Ban on Plastic Straws
  • Lawmakers try to steer 'bypass' through new highway districts
  • Marion County prosecutor's list questions honesty, reliability of more than 40 officers
  • Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley Has Stopped Taking Corporate PAC Cash
  • Planning Commission hears opposition to zoning request
  • Public Comments on Oregon Measles Crackdown Nearly Set an All-Time Record
  • Salem 'blames and intimidates workers' for reporting harassment, discrimination, union says
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  • More Dems call for Courtney to resign as Senate leader
  • Oregon foster care system targeted in federal lawsuit
  • Oregon Senate approves sweeping juvenile justice reforms
  • Details emerge on the Sec. of State resignation
  • Lawmakers detail gas tax credit to offset cap and trade's impact at the pump
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  • Rep. Bonham: A business friendly Family Leave Law
  • Critics knock Wyden investor tax
  • Oregon House OKs bill to boost 'Internet of Things' security
  • Pain at pump returns: Oregon, U.S. gas prices rising fast
  • Portland school board member no longer helping Secretary of State
  • Gov. Brown appoints Central Oregonians to boards, commissions
  • Oregon adds 5,700 jobs in March
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  • Walden pledges support for Bend Parkway improvements
  • Erosion takes a bite - or two - from Haystack Rock
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  • The Willamette River among 10 most 'endangered' rivers of 2019
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