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Top Political News - February 21, 2017
  • Brown's plan to provide Medicaid to 17,600 unauthorized immigrant kids would cost $55m
  • Rep Hack's bill would amend OR Constitution to allow Governor impeachment
  • Many Trump supporters in Oregon like what they see
  • Senator meets with health care providers
  • Three candidates placed on Oregon HD 18 short list
  • Will Oregon regulate carbon emissions?
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  • Opinion: Oregon patients should beware of stem cell therapy fraud
  • Alaska Airlines record earnings, $100M employee bonuses
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  • Bill seeks permanent protection for sex assault victims
  • In theory, new biz taxes could cover shortfall
  • Lane out front on tobacco
  • Transit chief: Build light rail line, three highway projects
  • Cannon Beach seeks City Hall Plan B
  • No-cause suit set for April trial
  • Portland protesters clash with police — 13 arrested
  • Springfield council to hold public hearing on proposed ordinance to speed up inspection on trouble properties
  • Editorial: School board should wait for the May election
  • 21 Oregon forgotten political scandals

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  • Immigration supporters march at Oregon Capitol
  • Judge Gorsuch deserves confirmation as the next Supreme Court justice
  • Bill would make railway tax credit permanent
  • Giant Property Tax Increase (SJR 3) Advancing
  • Wyden, Merkley should make good faith effort on Gorsuch
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  • As We See It: We're glad to see the Elliott sale move forward
  • Bill honors Japanese American Internment Victims
  • Navy Seal superstar Congressman Taylor speaking 2/25
  • Rep. DeFazio increases fishermen catch limit
  • Don't condemn local dams to California fate
  • Leaburg Hatchery might cease operation in its 64th year
  • New Crook County jail displaces two service groups
  • Oregon's broken education system shackles our students (Opinion)
  • Badgers threaten Oregon dam's safety in Prineville
  • Cottage Grove fined $4,500 by Oregon DEQ for high levels of bacteria in wastewater
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  • Dennis Richardson to Donald Trump: There's No Voter Fraud in Oregon
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  • 'It's not fair' is no excuse for putting off PERS reforms: Editorial
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  • Editorial: Doctors should make treatment decisions, not the Legislature
  • Oregon lawmakers propose state control of public land
  • PERS fix won't come until schools 'go off the cliff,' policy expert says
  • Timber companies sue over expansion of Oregon monument
  • Amid doubts about EPA resolve, Portland and Oregon wisely make a move: Editorial
  • Editorial: Voters should not surrender control of transit dollars
  • Lawmakers seek to unwind parts of 1990s property tax revolt
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