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Top Political News - May 22, 2019
  • Legislators propose campaign donation limits, with "huge loophole"
  • Legislators want revenue from sports betting to reduce PERS
  • Oregon public employee unions threatened by changes
  • Oregon senate passes bill limiting state death penalty
  • Don't steal our Kicker to pile on $6B road tax
  • Editorial: Here's what one-party rule really means
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  • Editorial: Reject the insane carbon tax plan
  • Opinion: Is Oregon really 'disinvesting' in education?
  • Backlog of bills in Oregon House reaches epic proportions
  • Battle Brewing Over Oregon Petition "E-Sheets"
  • Eastern Oregon development bills make headway
  • Gun control measure expected to return
  • Potential for buried bodies stalls housing plans at Oregon State Hospital
  • Landlords still oppose revised Portland renter rights measures
  • Legislator's private company poised to get another $180,000 from Malheur Co
  • Multnomah Co to cut its crime-fighting computer lab
  • Portland City Council set to contribute to Willamette Superfund cleanup
  • Salem-Keizer committee sends $1.2 billion budget plan to school board
  • Reject insane Carbon Tax 'Poverty Rebates'
  • Teen accused in Oregon school gun case pleads not guilty

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  • Gun control measure expected back after miss this session
  • Hoping For Change, Parents and Community Members Run For Portland School Board Seats
  • Landlords still oppose revised Portland renter rights measures
  • Nike, Adidas, Columbia Sportswear sign letter opposing tariffs
  • Oregon Considers Changing The Way Mentally Ill People Are Committed
  • Oregon joins effort to solve crimes against Native women
  • Police Bureau ended the most active list of gang members and associates
  • Portland drafts ordinance to crackdown on short-term rentals
  • Senate passes change to Death with Dignity Act
  • Unions search for path around dues deduction restrictions
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  • Oregon voters will likely have final say on multibillion-dollar business tax
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  • Local wildfire season anticipated to be most dangerous, yet
  • Small earthquake felt by some on Oregon coast
  • Largest housing development in Oregon's history launched in Hillsboro
  • OSU's bid to manage Elliott for research still faces questions
  • Editorial: A poor example in modeling leadership by PSU's trustees
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