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Top Political News - May 19, 2019
  • Brown's top aides did campaign-like work during governor's race
  • What will Oregon do with windfall?
  • Gov. Brown: Gray wolves on 'path to recovery' in Oregon
  • House OKs Senate's land-use bill
  • Lukens column: The good, bad and unfinished of Oregon's $2 billion business tax
  • Opinion: Sales tax by other name turns state's back on voters, businesses
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  • Farmland loss is dire, but there are solutions — Opinion
  • Ill-fated vaccine fight stoked grassroots anger
  • Commissioner Eudaly's tenant screening rules may have the votes to pass
  • Payette City Council Members slow-track appointment to council seat
  • Portland's cannabis taxes mostly used to backfill police budgets
  • Ex-Oregon football star stops armed student at Oregon school
  • Columbia Co Judge falsely accuses colleague of stalking

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