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Top Political News - May 22, 2017
  • Governor, lawmakers seek clean-up of the Revenue department
  • Lawmakers push feds for transparency
  • Oregon is sitting on $3.3 billion in bad debt from unpaid taxes, fines and fees
  • Judges calling out people who bail on jury duty
  • Oregon Lottery Threatens to Cancel Portland Meadows' State Contract
  • How many veterans have to die before Oregon will act? (Guest opinion)
  • Oregon Business News

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  • SolarWorld warns of impending layoffs, could jettison hundreds
  • Oregon Legislative committee goes Tax Happy
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  • Clackamas County sees rise in homeless count
  • Four Democrats weigh challenge against Walden
  • Household debt tops pre-recession peak
  • Morrow Co tries to balance agriculture and energy sectors
  • Rural Oregon economy moving up, but slowly
  • Klamath Falls released a proposed $60.5 million budget
  • Lents residents plead with city to fix neighborhood
  • Newberg to unveil new permit tracking system
  • An Oregon lawmaker's strange crusade to save an Iowa town -- with Chinese money
  • Grants Pass gun shop owner gets 2 years for illegal sales

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  • Deschutes Co at center of battle over marijuana
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