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Top Political News - August 28, 2016
  • M97: A TAX, ON A TAX, ON A TAX . . .
  • Unintended Consequence of Measure 97 Could Send $100 Million A Year to Transportation
  • 8 takeaways from 'Draining Oregon': The big water giveaway
  • Report: Foster care in Oregon is getting worse
  • COIC wants authority to propose taxes
  • Editorial: Gov. Brown exposes weaknesses in public records law
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  • Ellen Rosenblum takes a stand against free speech: Editorial Agenda 2016
  • Here's Who Attended the Clinton Campaign's Closed Fundraising Event in Portland
  • Open Wapato jail to the homeless, says Commissioner Loretta Smith
  • Our Opinion: Our wish list for new county sheriff
  • The wait will be worth it for the right environment agency head: Editorial
  • Tribe trucks totem pole 4,800 miles in fossil fuels protest
  • Tyler J. Gabriel loses backing of House Democrats' campaign arm in race to unseat John Huffman
  • Patrolling for illegal camps absorbs city park specialists' time
  • Rising Deschutes River swamps neighborhoods, attracts mosquitoes
  • I want equitable education for every child, so I'm voting no on Measure 97
  • Portland Police chief discusses staffing problems at gang-related meeting


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