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Top Political News - July 23, 2016
  • Oregon bottle deposit will double to 10 cents next spring
  • Dialysis unit at TRCI saves taxpayers money
  • Former US Attorney Amanda Marshall critical of federal investigation
  • Grants Pass man convicted of fatal stabbing should get new trial, court of appeals says
  • Pierce says he needs donors to fund campaign
  • The Oregonian seeks order stopping Grant County sheriff from destroying emails
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  • State votes to double bottle redemption rate to 10 cents
  • Snowden invents spy-free phone
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  • Commissioner Saltzman to propose leasing Terminal 1 site for homeless shelter
  • Federal jury awards $4.1M in damages to Scappoose's former police chief in retaliation case
  • Klamath River stakeholders may sue federal agencies
  • Bend's new urban growth boundary in home stretch
  • Homeless agencies prepare for massive Springwater Corridor cleanup
  • Medford mayor vetoes hiring Patridge
  • PPS board lays out criteria for interim superintendent - with one dissenter

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  • Oregon GOP Delegation Compares "Crooked Hillary" to John Kitzhaber — "The place where Nike made ducks and beavers cool" casts its votes for Donald Trump.
  • OSP forensic scientist charged, accused of stealing drugs
  • DEQ puts new demands on Bullseye Glass
  • Mark Mitsui selected as new PCC president
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  • Oregon, Waze ink agreement to share traffic data
  • Secretary of state audits can 'follow the money,' cut waste: Opinion
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  • Boardman timber mill will close, eliminating 67 jobs
  • Judge asked to protect Hanford workers from chemical vapors
  • Legal woes multiply for businessman Roy Jay
  • Secretary of state audits can 'follow the money,' cut waste: Opinion
  • Conflict-of-interest probe marks latest chapter in Yard building saga
  • Coos Bay Council votes to release attorney letter, ban smoking on city property
  • Group hopes for developments in Kyron Horman case, gathers outside sheriff's office
  • Neighbors plan to sue Oak Lodge Sanitary District over pollution concerns
  • Petitioners turn in signatures to protect Gladstone parks through citywide votes
  • Commissioner Jules Bailey Calls for Voiding Multnomah County Contract with Impact NW — "I find the recent revelations of financial turbulence and cash flow instability at INW disquieting," he writes.
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  • Editorial: Doug Knight's bad detour
  • Five Findings in the Lead Investigation That Forced the Resignation of Superintendent Carole Smith — Portland Public Schools cultivated a culture of ignorance, incompetence and deception.
  • Mt. Hood Community College has few options to discipline board member who shared Obama meme

  • July 21, 2016
  • GOP platform supports transferring western public lands to states
  • Sen. Wyden, in Bend, talks about firefighting funding, other issues
  • Auxiliary lane on I-5 planned to relieve congestion
  • Environmentalists shut out of Oregon forest litigation
  • Ground water near Mosier contaminated with oil, DEQ says
  • Lawmakers tour potential transportation upgrade projects in Eugene area
  • Oracle: State improperly concealed whistleblower's bombshell account of Cover Oregon debacle
  • Oregon elections director resigns three months before November election
  • Time runs out for Oregon timber ballot initiatives
  • Transportation secretary says autonomous car features need more rigorous testing
  • Mt. Hood CC board member refuses to resign following Obama meme
  • Voters to be asked to renew Metro parks levy in November
  • Development looming in Damascus
  • Next major MAX repair project, and associated delays, set for August
  • Portland school board plans speedy search for interim superintendent
  • Proposed rules would force new Portland homes to fit existing neighborhoods
  • Sandy-area man accused of threatening Clackamas County judge, deputies in online ad
  • Second KID attorney responds to ethics complaint
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