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Top Political News - September 22, 2014
  • Officer's use of gun justified, D.A. rules
  • Kitzhaber addresses climate rally
  • Agency leaders meet, prep before Oregon pot vote
  • John Kitzhaber reports two contributions totaling $100,000 this week — from union and health care associations
  • Advocates demand qualified interpreting for deaf inmates
  • Investigation: How 'whistleblower' undermined DOC boss
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    September 21, 2014
  • Sen. Wyden Hits CIA Director John Brennan Over 'Culture Of Misinformation'
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  • New rule makes it harder to get painkiller prescriptions — Oregon leads nation in abuse of painkillers
  • Inmate health coaches: Oregon prisoners taught to — maybe saving you money
  • Spotted frog plan finalized for Old Mill — Critical habitat will be maintained while allowing for development
  • Salem close to finalizing rules for cannabis shops
  • Salem's proposed bridge over the Willamette may be of concrete design
  • Agency head: 'Sorrow' over rape case

  • September 20, 2014
  • Portland street fee: Top earners would pay $2,400 per year — Before you move out of Portland
  • Klamath County tussle over water regulations
  • Lars Larson election complaint: Portland F&R answers
  • David Bronner puts money where beliefs are in promoting GMO-labeling requirements
  • Inmate health coaches, may save your money
  • In the 'sharing economy check your insurance
  • Josephine County citizens becoming crime scene investigators
  • Don't feel guilty about enforcing immigration laws
  • Greenbrier announces big railcar orders, bolstering Portland factory
  • Portland has $20 million to spend on affordable housing
  • Retiring city attorney reflects on 28 years in Beaverton
  • Jackson County has overtaken Washington County in job growth
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