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Top Political News - April 19, 2018
  • Council candidate floats tax on high incomes, expensive purchases
  • Dick's Sporting Goods destroying guns it pulled from shelves
  • Highway dept. apologizes for 'inappropriate message'
  • 14 lessons from Oregon Rajneesh scandal Netflix film
  • Portland Marathon director must pay $865,000, faces other sanctions from state
  • Gov. Brown probes state agency hostile workplace allegations
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  • Five(-plus) Things to know for Thursday: The ex-Portland Marathon director's wallet gets a lot lighter
  • Oregon’s overtime rule driving workers to second jobs?
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  • 3 more Nike execs depart amid probe into workplace behavior
  • Ahead of 420, advocates and critics reflect on pot in the US
  • Campaign Contribution Plunges Candidate Into a National Debate Over Soda Taxes
  • City, ODOT have yet to start crafting partnership on clearing homeless camps
  • Commissioner Fritz backs off proposal to rezone Mount Tabor Park
  • Forestry issues a dividing line for state House candidates
  • Former county race bias analyst hired as top-tier Portland auditor
  • Major League Baseball backers have spent $30,000 lobbying Portland City Hall
  • Oregon officials kill 2 wolves in effort to save cattle
  • Portland Public Schools administrators review Nike donations
  • Portland State investigation puts academic freedom on ice: Guest opinion
  • SolarWorld acquired; Hillsboro plant expected to ramp up production
  • State education administrator fired after complaints
  • Utility fee and bed tax increases to fund police

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  • New plan shrinks salvage logging on land charred by wildfire
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  • City of Bend wants more say on 911 board
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler in talks to raise Portland business taxes
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  • Sticker shock over PPS school plan, $100M bond deficit
  • National spotlight cast on PERS, Oregon's perennial public pension problem
  • Trial for suspended judge Vance Day postponed
  • $5 million Wapato sale called a 'steal'
  • Beaverton superintendent apologizes for district official's anti-undocumented immigrants retweet
  • Chetco Bar fire salvage shrinks under new plan
  • County enters negotiations with ambulance contractor
  • Legislative education committee takes issues on tour
  • New Oregon Court of Appeals opinion broadens liability for independent investigations
  • State health care task force looks to other states' efforts
  • Uber says it's sorry for 'missteps' in Portland
  • UPDATE: ODOT plans 5th open house in new congestion pricing public conversations
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