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Top Political News - August 20, 2019
  • Portland Schools nearly loses $2.9 million in scam
  • Oregon foregos federal Title X funds while maintaining services amid Trump battle
  • Portland mayor: Right-wing demonstrators couldn't articulate purpose
  • Taxpayer champion, Tootie Smith, runs for Clackamas County
  • Advocates blast 'public charge' immigration rule
  • State moves forward with surgery on 13-year-old cancer patient Kylee Dixon
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  • Authorities praised for handling of Portland protests
  • Century's worth of pictures of Multnomah DAs removed
  • More apartments for downtown Salem as urban renewal agency approves nearly $750,000 grant
  • OHA director urges Portland hospitals to contract with Trillium
  • Portland mayor urges residents to shop at downtown businesses hurt by protests
  • Portland protesters now into court system
  • Wyden, Merkley Announce Investment in Conservation Program to Protect Whales Off Oregon Coast
  • Wyden: U.S. needs allies in trade dispute with China
  • Your City Hall: Input sought on East Portland redevelopment

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    August 19, 2019
  • Fix 'retroactive' death-penalty bill in special session
  • Portland mayor stands by decision to allow antifa to block traffic, hassle motorists
  • The back-alley mugging of the death penalty
  • State jobless numbers at record low
  • Marine Board sets meetings on nonmotorized boat fees
  • WES at 10: Time to admit failure
  • Editorial: Fix 'retroactive' death-penalty bill in special session
  • Update: ESA, petitions, capitol! & Marbled Murrelet
  • Downtown Portland businesses take a hit during protests
  • Lane Co. commissioners look at Territorial Highway project
  • Bay City contracts with new city attorney

  • August 18, 2019
  • First-ever public records survey shows Ore government transparency practices
  • How the wine industry has transformed Oregon's economy
  • Rail crossing accidents trend upward in Oregon
  • Willamette River subject of 'trash talk'
  • Sealing records not the right way to go
  • Army Corps of Engineers to investigate explosive hazard near Klamath Falls
  • Deschutes County plan to rezone farmland thrown into question
  • 10,000-seat Portland amphitheater proposal sparks local concerns
  • Lawsuits, resignations plague efforts to rebuild historic Butte Creek Mill
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  • Mistrial in religious objection to filing tax returns case
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