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Top Political News - December 11, 2018
  • Corvallis transportation plan headed for showdown
  • Multnomah County OKs new jail plan after 232 released
  • New complaint highlights legal woes at Legacy's Unity Center
  • Poll: Transportation measure must include more than light rail
  • We refuse to accept Steve Buckstein's retirement resignation
  • 5 more startups land in the Beaverton Startup Challenge
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  • With Tampa stadium plan dead, Portland's MLB prospects rise
  • Wyden: Texting and free speech
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  • Calling all faith organizations! Seeking proposals for affordable housing on your surplus property
  • Dates for motion to dismiss and trial set in lawsuit against Nike's board of directors
  • Groups ask Oregon Legislature for mega-dairy moratorium
  • ICE Union Files Notice of Intent to Sue City Of Portland Over This Summer's Occupy ICE Protests
  • Landowners group, cities mull future of Stafford
  • Merkley Has Options To Pursue Presidential, Senate Runs Simultaneously
  • No, Oregon Christmas Tree Farmers Are Not Growing Cannabis Instead
  • Number of homeless students dips in Oregon
  • Oregon, Washington lawmakers to discuss replacing I-5 Bridge
  • PPS' 2020 bond may change direction on high schools
  • Questions and answers about Portland's new ordinance on single-use plastics
  • Report: Rezoning Portland will increase housing, lower rents
  • Rx drug pricing will be a major theme again in Salem next year
  • Salem City Council rejects proposal for Costco, shopping center

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