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Top Political News - November 18, 2018
  • Mentally ill Oregonians released from locked facilities plagued by problems
  • Sen Merkley hosts Sucker Summit
  • Wyden introduces bill to boost child nutrition
  • OHA has released new guidelines for prescribing opioids
  • Opinion: We trust Oregonians with non-unanimous juries
  • How many wild horses should the Ochocos hold? — Advocates clash with Forest Service
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  • Inside the Portland Muji store, which opens in the old downtown Macy's on Saturday (Photos)
  • Top 10 business agenda items for 2019
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  • Pipeline update: New owners promise more engagement with Klamath Co
  • Marijuana tax becoming small but significant part of Bend's budget
  • Mayor Wheeler takes 'leash off police,' Joey Gibson says
  • Portland Police keep warring protesters apart — 6 arrested
  • Salem report lists 2020 bond measure
  • Violent student behaviors on the rise, Eugene-Springfield officials say

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    November 17, 2018
  • Brown Seeks Tobacco Tax Hike But Backs Away From Higher Alcohol Taxes
  • Secretary of state quiet about battle with brain cancer
  • Oregon Senate Leadership Survives Intact For Another Session
  • Oregon Political Transparency is Breaking the ORESTAR website
  • Editorial: Say no to Sen. Merkley
  • Editorial: State board fails Oregonians
  • House passes bill to drop legal protections for gray wolves
  • Oregon national parks face $100M in maintenance backlog
  • Ouster of Rep. Vial secures Washington Co as Democratic stronghold
  • Thomsen-Reitz hand recount looks certain, but not for a few weeks
  • CASA advocate: 'The foster system is a tragedy'
  • Ferry backers call for public funding, 'courage'
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  • Wheeler missed Central City vote, but supports transportation plan
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  • COCC to ask Legislature for $8M for new Redmond building
  • Fewer homeless students reported in Oregon for first time in 5 years
  • Jailers ask ICE to send more detainees to Oregon prison
  • Oregon consumers warned about survey scam

  • November 16, 2018
  • Will Courtney face a coup d'etat?
  • Mike McLane stepping down as Oregon House GOP leader
  • Economists say you're sending an extra $1 billion into Oregon's treasury
  • Left-Leaning Defend Oregon under investigation for turning In ballots a day late
  • U.S. Rep. Schrader won't vote for Pelosi for House Speaker
  • Editorial: Chevron's lawsuit targeting Bulletin highlights disturbing public-records trend
  • Trump OKs conscience rights rule
  • Feds approve plan for state officials to kill sea lions at Willamette Falls
  • Metro approves $2.9 Billion 12 mile light-rail project
  • New permit system will limit hiking in three most popular wilderness in 2020
  • Oregon assessment of current, future workforce needs released
  • Oregon finds thousands of addresses; enough for a 6th seat in the U.S. House?
  • Two distasteful Oregonian cartoons smear conservatives
  • Each Patriot Prayer rally it can cost Portland Police $100,000
  • Mayor Wheeler mutters that he can't wait for his term to be over
  • Our View: Code enforcement should be high priority
  • Portland backs $36 million in transportation projects
  • Salem passenger flights one step closer
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