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Top Political News - December 20, 2014
  • Federal judge sides with Oregon in Oracle suit but gives company chance to try again
  • Retired Chief Justice Paul DeMuniz urges youth involvement in oversight of Portland police reforms
  • Walden reassesses local water bill in Congress
  • ODOT: Studded tire use down - road damage, too
  • OSU Foundation gets basket of coal from group seeking divestment in fossil fuel
  • Wash. Gov. Inslee won't match Oregon's big boost for tiny Columbia River Gorge Commission
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  • Grocery chain Haggen plans massive expansion from 18 to 164 stores, hiring thousands
  • Opposition to labor’s “ambush election” rule
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  • Business alliance submitted its own street fee plans this month
  • Google Fiber delays decision on service in Portland, other cities
  • Hillsboro revisits the issue of raising its own street fees
  • Portland School Board: Mike Rosen to Challenge Greg Belisle

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  • Kitzhaber taps Lynne Saxton to head troubled Oregon Health Authority
  • Oregon says health care reform soon realizes it won't fix state's addiction treatment
  • U.S. Rep. Greg Walden said, ranchers gain 'big wins' in fed budget
  • Bill to raise Oregon minimum wage has Democratic support
  • DMV: Oregon faces federal deadline on license security
  • FedEx, others say West Coast port labor dispute causes Christmas congestion
  • Group challenges Plum Creek Timberlands 'green' label because of Oregon citations
  • Officials give Walden update on Kingsley
  • Paralyzed snowboarder can sue Mt. Bachelor, Supreme Court rules
  • Poor economies mean relatively more public employees
  • Anti-transit bill could head to Washington County vote
  • New courthouse: Multnomah County officials choose top site and a backup
  • Portland may require commercial building owners to report energy usage
  • Uber agrees to leave Portland for three months

  • December 18, 2014
  • New documents show why first lady Cylvia Hayes is subject to Oregon's ethics laws
  • President Obama grants clemency to 2 Oregonians, 18 others
  • Sage grouse protections blocked but Interior Secretary Sally Jewell sees action in 2015
  • Sen. Richard Devlin Takes Issue with Gov. John Kitzhaber's Budget
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  • Coal exports: Oregon allows Wyoming, Montana to participate in Columbia River terminal appeal
  • Court upholds Clatsop County ruling rejecting Oregon LNG pipeline
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  • Judge blocks logging in Eastern Baker County
  • Kitzhaber crisis week forecasts ugly 2015
  • Legislature may change marijuana measure
  • Work remains to help incomes keep pace with job growth: Editorial Agenda 2014
  • You Paid For It: Tilikum Crossing over the Willamette
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  • Portland Street Fund: More changes coming: considering ditching income tax
  • Steve Buel Draws Criticism over Comment at Portland School Board Meeting
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