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Top Political News - January 18, 2019
  • Wyden, Merkley want to hike minimum wage to $15 by 2024
  • Rosenblum Returns Campaign Contributions to Terry Bean
  • Offshore accounts, corporate tax avoidance cost Oregon $175M yearly
  • Rent control Senate bill 608 tries to have little impact
  • Hear Greg Walden - Feb 9 Oregon Freedom Rally
  • Opinion: BOLI must act on harassment report
  • Oregon Business News
  • Nautilus lowers guidance, shares plunge 38 percent
  • 2019 Annual Tax Limits
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  • Bills to curb farm and forest spraying
  • Editorial: Environmentalists follow playbook
  • How migration changes Oregon
  • Q&A with Rep. Greg Walden before Bend town hall
  • Rep Jack Zika opposes current proposals for rent control, zoning
  • Why Malheur County may be up for 3rd circuit court judge
  • Measles exposure spreads from Vancouver to Portland
  • Port of Astoria sees big economic impact at airport
  • Salem will overhaul comprehensive plan for the first time since the 1970s
  • Seaside will pursue annexation
  • Wheeler supports Oregon rent control, Portland infill growth plan
  • Oregon lawmakers work to expand school meals
  • Democratic fundraiser Terry Bean accused of sexually abusing teen
  • Farm Bureau: Shutdown. Trade. Cell-based food

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  • Flawed Estimates Force Beaverton Into School Budget Cuts
  • Multnomah County Jail Inmates Attacks on Corrections Deputies are on the Rise
  • PPS stalls on spending to improve school safety
  • White Male Privilege Disrupting Portland City Council Meetings, Commissioner Says
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  • 14 kids with measles in SW Washington; most not immunized
  • An Ambitious Oregon Lottery Partnership to Sell Tickets Online Slapped Down
  • Back taxes threaten to bury Bend Bulletin owners
  • Could Zoning Change Shield Bend From Wildfire?
  • Man sues Portland police over broken nose at protest
  • Portland approves funding for 61-unit affordable housing project
  • Portland Struggling to Investigate Police Use of Flash-Bangs at Protest; Alleged Victim Balks at Questions
  • Shutdown puts Lake County woman's life in jeopardy - Sen. Wyden
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  • January 16, 2019
  • Sen. Fagan and Gelser explain votes for and against Courtney
  • Rep. Greg Walden condemns racist remarks made by Iowa representative
  • HB 2643: Taxpayer bailout of union political dues
  • Oregon officials finally launch child abuse call center
  • Shutdown cancels Capitol harassment training
  • Editorial: Improve Oregon's public records law
  • Boone behind bill to tighten public records requests
  • Coast Guard misses first paycheck amid shutdown
  • Consultants question Nyssa rail project, urge state to set conditions for money
  • Editorial: County should add rural housing option
  • Environmental groups boycott state wolf talks
  • Kotek tells Women Democrats that Oregon will be a 'beacon of hope'
  • Oregon unemployment claims spiked as shutdown began
  • Skirmish over solar array to return to Marion Co
  • Wyden to hold town-hall meetings Friday, Saturday in the mid-valley
  • Officials: Contagious kids with measles at Portland airport
  • Portland Police draft changes to stolen vehicle policy
  • Bills to curb farm and forest spraying
  • Church to honor MLK with Malcolm X daughter
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