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Top Political News - July 27, 2015
  • Oregon public-employee pension costs and state-funded healthcare for low-income residents will be massive drain on state budget — Pensions and health care costs are already raising budget concerns
  • Oregon DHS director steps down after 4 years — Former Gov. John Kitzhaber appointed Kelley-Siel in 2011
  • Oregon CCOs' for-profit status raises questions, concerns
  • Pot sales taxes, speed limits and oil trains: This week
  • State looks to approve new restrictions to protect bird in rural Oregon — To prevent federal sage grouse protection, Oregon adding its own
  • Scott Bruun: Kitzhaber - A Smoking Gun Four Decades in the Making
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Pacific Power's high-energy parent joins climate change fight
  • Millennials & the economy
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  • Drought falls unevenly on Central Oregon farmers
  • Oregon tribes prepare for climate change impact on traditional foods
  • East Portland Secessionists File Initiative to Create 9-Member City Council
  • Uber, OSH North Campus top council agenda


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  • Kayaktivists protest icebreaker Fennica in Portland — The Fennica was damaged this month in the Aleutian Islands
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  • Linn Co, Albany agree on new law enforcement, fire computer program
  • Warrenton faces church-state issue — City to discuss whether to fund the church-operated Warrenton Food Bank Pantry
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