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Top Political News - July 28, 2014
  • Oregon Senator Whitsett: Obamacare-more flaws now that we're finding out what's in it
  • Marijuana may be legal in some states, but local HOA's can still ban it
  • New Columbia River bridge proposal revealed
  • A Prescription for Affordable Housing in Portland
  • Washington state stands alone on US education law
  • Home demolition controversy headed to Portland City Council
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  • Chief Education Officer Nancy Golden's priority for the coming year: Fight chronic absenteeism, promote third-grade reading
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  • July 26, 2014
  • Kitzhaber: Immigrant children from Mexican border welcome in Oregon
  • House GOP: Democrats conducting disingenuous poll
  • Alternative for failed Columbia River Crossing to be unveiled
  • Kitzhaber's oil train safety review sees statewide problems
  • State of Oregon reviews highway worker safety
  • Nearly 1M national park visitors deliver $67M to Oregon
  • $1 million federal grant helps airport pay off terminal construction
  • Portland voters to decide fate of parks funding
  • Klamath County school district to buy propane-fueled buses — On average, the vehicles will save $4,000 to $6,000 in fuel costs per bus
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