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Top Political News - January 19, 2017
  • Key $1M transportation audit unready close to deadline
  • Monument expansion riles Klamath commission
  • Officials reviewing winter storm strategies
  • Oregon university leaders send dire budget message to Gov. Kate Brown
  • Pendleton stands against governor's OSP cuts
  • Sen. Hansell hopes to end 'game of chicken' with Real ID bill
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  • Businesses urged to put safety first as Portland's anti-Trump protests loom
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  • Senate leader sees new revenue, transportation top agenda for 2017
  • Wyden: Cooperation, challenges must go hand in hand
  • Discrimination on Airbnb deserves Portland's attention (Opinion)
  • Injured OSP trooper makes crucial strides to recovery after Christmas Day shooting
  • Portland region's economy fueled by tax dollars
  • Women's March on Portland wrestles with issues of race, feminism, leadership
  • Bend council talks rules for Uber and Lyft coming to town
  • Columbia Shelter downtown sleeps 78 people on first night
  • Eight make final cut for Clackamas board vacancy

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