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Top Political News - February 01, 2015
  • Democrat majority loads Salem agenda — Party has the advantage as 2015 session begins
  • A crackdown on nest eggs — Sen Wyden has pledged support for legislation that would curtail big IRAs
  • GOP Calls To Push Back Clean Fuel Bill After Hayes Disclosures
  • Oregon governor promises his fiancee will have no policy role while he is in office after questions were raised over why she was paid $118,000 for unspecified consulting role
  • Women will guide Oregon Legislature in 2015
  • 2014 taxes: Oregon's political contribution credit disappears for wealthy
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