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Top Political News - February 20, 2019
  • Report: Brown weighing selling SAIF, tapping its surplus to reduce PERS costs
  • Oregon carbon tax to create poverty, just like California
  • Oregon Senate passes offshore drilling ban
  • Medicaid funding package heads to Oregon Senate
  • Should Oregon lower the voting age to 16?
  • Editorial: Salem aims again at business
  • Oregon Business News
  • Social Media marketing still fuels growth at Bend's Mazama
  • I-5 and I-205 toll plan likely say Feds
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  • Editorial: Redistricting suggestion offers good start
  • How Oregonians spend their rising income
  • Kruse defiant in face of lawsuit by interns against himself, legislature
  • Senate Bill 723 bans hunting contests
  • Deschutes Circuit court slashes monitored probation
  • Corvallis councilors continue SOP battle
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler appoints Kristin Dennis Chief of Staff
  • Oregon School Leaders Consider Tighter Oversight In Wake Of Audit
  • Police union files complaint against City Council over text controversy
  • Portland will work to block more oil trains
  • Oregon to mark students 'present' whenever they're absent for school sports

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