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Top Political News - March 18, 2018
  • National push to find reform-minded DA candidates comes to Oregon
  • Oregon Republican Lawmakers Face Gun-Rights Backlash Over New Law
  • Law treats manufactured homes differently
  • State's mandatory reporting laws lack clarity, enforcement — Opinion
  • Editorial: Lawmakers can't duck Oregon's PERS burden
  • Guest column: Arm yourself with good information about guns
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  • Nike CEO succession plan 'very much in question' following executive exits
  • DeFazio touts $300,000 local business grant
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  • Multnomah County GOP Says Schools Should Refund Any Money Spent Supporting Student Gun Protests
  • Industry leaders search for next generation of fishermen
  • New count finds 10 times more homeless than previous count in Umatilla, Morrow counties
  • The perils of farming in the Klamath Basin grow more complicated
  • Eugene Airport passenger numbers continue to soar
  • Tiny house community for ex-criminal offenders planned in west Eugene
  • Crook County School District announces final two candidates for superintendent

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