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Top Political News - November 17, 2017
  • Walden cheers House-passed tax reform; Wyden slams Senate plan
  • Wyden, Merkley: Senate Ethics Committee should investigate Franken
  • Oregon's population grows at fastest rate in 20 years
  • Buehler, Oregon Democrats' chair call on Kruse to resign
  • Editorial: Kitzhaber settlement looks like a whitewash
  • Editorial: The rise of Oregon's global warming taxes
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Damian Lillard's newest Adidas shoe has its roots in the Oaks Park Skate Rink (Photos)
  • What are millennials spending this holiday season
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  • Ethics process is too slow — Kitzhaber case
  • Other views: Disdain the dams, but hydropower is clean energy
  • Our View: Governor's greenhouse emissions orders should concern Oregonians
  • Barreto re-elected to House GOP leadership team
  • More Oregon Coast added to crab harvesting closure
  • Morrow County has new administrator
  • Perry withdraws from House seat consideration
  • Editorial: Salem's excuse factory aims at OSU-Cascades
  • Large crowd tells Eugene School Board of violence in schools

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    November 16, 2017
  • State Sen. Jackie Winters Replaces Ted Ferrioli as Senate Republican Leader
  • Former Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber admits ethics violations, settles with state — For $1000
  • DOJ threaten to end state's criminal justice funds
  • Gelser files formal complaint against colleague, demands expulsion
  • Tenant Advocates Are Determined to Bulldoze a State Senator Who Is Also a Landlord
  • Senators confirmed to serve on high-paid power council
  • Clackamas County DA sues state to block new sentencing law
  • Deadlock for vice chair; most incumbents hold in CTUIR election
  • Homeless students jump over 5 percent in Oregon, set new record high
  • Editorial: Ward system could shift Bend council's partisan balance
  • Home builder says he's had enough of Portland
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler says Portland needs 'consistency,' two-term mayor
  • Sources Say: Eudaly posts slam local media
  • Timeline moved up on irrigation pipeline project
  • Allegations of sexism and sexual harassment preceded Matthew Halls' firing from Bach Festival

  • November 15, 2017
  • Ore Governor Urges Congressional Delegation To Save CHIP
  • Spurred by Mosier derailment fire, Oregon Legislature takes on oil trains
  • Officials seek state help for businesses impacted by fire
  • Oregon Spent $260,000 For Military Backup During Eclipse
  • Oregon Capitol staffer faced sexual harassment, records show
  • The unaffordable burden of funding every good cause: Editorial
  • Census Shows Asians Fastest-Growing Immigrant Group in Oregon
  • Lawmakers mull 'first-time' homebuyers
  • Opinion: Superfund cleanup must not be delayed
  • Oregon sees strong job gains in October
  • A Rising Wave of Accountability Submarines the Political Comeback of Jefferson Smith
  • Bend charter committee to recommend four council wards
  • City Club Spiked Its Research Report on Oregon's Response to Addiction, Because Authors Were White
  • Metro Poll Finds Support for $500 Million Portland-Area Housing Bond
  • Seaside Civic and Convention Center bonds head to markets
  • Sergeant who blew whistle on detective plans to sue Clackamas County
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