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Top Political News - July 24, 2017
  • PERS Task Force has first meeting today
  • Local governments keep using this Russian software — Including Portland
  • Kitzhaber probe may become a new learning experience
  • Editorial: State reins in Portland fossil-fuel overreach
  • Oregon's new strategy to fight the opioid epidemic (Guest opinion)
  • Behind the dogfight over wilderness access and a local footbridge — Opinion
  • Oregon Business News

    Sacramento probate lawyer and trust administration attorney J. P. Huber.
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  • 5 things to know for Monday, and one fewer bridge equals many more problems
  • Making sense of marijuana in the workplace
  • More Political News
  • Consultant: Hayden Island DEQ permits don't talk safety
  • Lane Transit District testing new west Eugene EmX route before September launch
  • Our view: Warrenton makes savvy investment in marinas
  • Bend dam rated high hazard
  • Portland developers try to ease homeless crisis that they helped create
  • Springfield tackles housing
  • The cafeteria conundrum

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  • DEQ approves reusing pesticide-contaminated soil
  • State gets $7.8 million from federal government to help cover cost Canyonville fire
  • Don't let cries of 'Trump' override Oregon's health-care debate: Editorial
  • My View: Let parents wield school spending power
  • Another 200,000 Acres of Federal Wilderness in Oregon?
  • As technology marches forward, future of robots raises ethical questions
  • Editorial: A name change that should offend
  • Editorial: Don't encrypt county radio traffic without proof it is necessary
  • Locals voice alarm over proposal on hard drugs
  • Opinion: Oregon's hare-brained to want to toll Washington drivers
  • Oregon doesn't require gravel pit owners to restore closed mines to original floodplain condition
  • Crews begin removing Dillon Dam on the Umatilla River
  • Grant brings to Eugene low-cost legal help for lower-income immigrants
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler Is Still Trying to Dismantle the 48-Hour Rule
  • Centennial district mulls dropping 'Lynch' from school names

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  • Protect our water: Editorial Agenda 2017
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler: Portland is done waiting for state to fix toxic air problem
  • Under industry pressure, state regulators dilute Gov. Kate Brown's clean air plan
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