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Top Political News - November 28, 2015
  • GOP works to gain focus in Salem
  • State says offshore wind project too expensive
  • Mayor Hales visits Hazelnut Grove homeless camp
  • Neighborhood coalitions seek consensus on homeless camps
  • Online financial disclosure system to launch Jan. 1
  • Troutdale says 'Thanks, but no thanks' to postal center
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