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Top Political News - July 04, 2015
  • Happy 4th of July from the Oregon Watchdog
  • Marijuana giveaway draws huge crowds
  • Merkley talks resources, trade
  • Rural Oregon drivers can soon drive faster ? legally
  • Schools may get $300 million in state bond aid
  • Water funding package passes Legislature
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  • Portland startup Outdoor Project opens advanced features to all adventure seekers
  • Chamber: New overtime rule divorced from reality
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  • Budget bills emerge, signal the end is nigh for Oregon lawmakers
  • Daimler Trucks tax break slides through Legislature, virtually undebated
  • Hawaii just became the first state to ban plastic bags, Oregon next
  • Oregon House approves bill on chemicals in kids' products, now heads to Kate Brown
  • Say 'no' to testing and help less-fortunate kids, says Portland School Board member (OPINION)
  • Supporters of $337M Capitol Renovation "Appalled" That It's Not Happening
  • Oregon researcher wins $1.5M to study how best to teach the ABCs to preschoolers
  • Parks investigation leads to trail of nepotism, expensive bikes

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    July 03, 2015
  • Common Core: Oregon students smash expectations in reading, writing
  • Gresham bakery must pay $135,000 for denying service to same-sex couple
  • New political group formed to lead crusade against climate change
  • Oregon Senate passes community college tuition waiver bill
  • State lawmakers gun through budget bills in final days of session
  • Early marijuana sales program in Oregon wins final legislative approval
  • Fear of the Independent Party sparks partisan fireworks: Editorial
  • Immigration debate: Student aid bill, almost to Kate Brown, causes stir in House
  • Knopp wants voters to drop rape statute of limitations
  • More money on the way for unemployed Oregonians

  • July 02, 2015
  • Hundreds celebrate marijuana's new legal status in Oregon
  • $20,000 fine cut to $0 in high-profile helicopter herbicide spray case 6
  • How might Oregon spend $1 billion in borrowed money
  • Kate Brown signs sweeping marijuana regulatory bill
  • More than 220,000 Oregonians face higher prices for 2016 health coverage
  • Oregon House OKs McLane bill to aid wildfire victims
  • Bill to combat police profiling sails through Oregon Senate
  • Democrats in Oregon Senate push through ban on some chemicals in toys
  • New Oregon program to replace the gas tax rewards Hummers over hybrids
  • City officials consider seeking legal judgment to block union challenges
  • New PPS School Board Member, Resigns City Job
  • Panel adds anti-gentrification planks to city comprehensive plan
  • Parking getting scarce, costly
  • Portland bureau shakeup catches Amanda Fritz off-guard
  • Portland-area renters feeling the squeeze
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