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Top Political News - July 18, 2018
  • OR senators blast Oregon prosecutor's judicial nomination on Senate floor
  • Rep Blumenauer called for the Abolition of ICE, GOP challenged him to vote on It
  • Oregon's 20 highest paid workers in state government
  • Petition would link public employee wages to private sector
  • Sanctuary repeal qualifies for November ballot
  • How might Oregon's fall 2018 initiatives impact the economy? — Tough to say
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  • Oregon's jobless rate hits record low in June
  • My View: Metro has bad answer for housing crisis
  • Pro-Second Amendment measure to appear on Klamath ballot
  • Sen District 1, House District 2 Legislative candidates report campaign earnings
  • Tribes oppose Klamath Project irrigators' $50 million bond request
  • Astoria backs enterprise zone expansion
  • Bend council rules won't allow censure of Boddie
  • Pat Reser donates $13 million to Beaverton Arts Center
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  • Cylvia Hayes details debts, assets in new bankruptcy filing

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