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Top Political News - February 06, 2016
  • Three-tier minimum wage headed to Senate floor
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  • House signals support of subsidy for large solar projects
  • Local control GMO debate resurfaces at legislature
  • Oregon lawmakers hear details of tax increase that could help pay for 2021 Eugene track and field event
  • Oregon bill would increase scrutiny of wetland conversions
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  • Longtime film professional proposes full-service studio at Port of Portland
  • Federal plan: 6 weeks paternity leave
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  • County officials to attend Saturday rally in Halfway
  • Housing crisis: Renter protection bill drops relocation costs, retaliation change
  • State line can complicate mental health patients' treatment options
  • Portland wants Legislature to allow inclusionary zoning, but progressive economist says it won't help with housing crisis
  • Talking quiet zone: Editorial — Is it worth $30,000?
  • Sen. Merkley tours CTEC
  • DA Rod Underhill also signs letter asking for state investigation into Sheriff Dan Staton

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