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  • Environmentalists want Oregon to eliminate lead exposure at day cares
  • Oregon struggles to staff prisons as retirements balloon in 2018
  • Editorial: Oregon's net neutrality pushes seem doomed
  • Editorial: Vote 'no' on Measure 101
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  • Washington, Oregon ports in a race for non-containerized shipments
  • Commissioner Leif charts path to county's financial abyss
  • Enterprise zones offer tax breaks, foster investment
  • Oil sheen spans 5 miles on Columbia River by Astoria
  • Portland rallies over Trump fill downtown
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  • AG Rosenblum: No Conflict With Erious Johnson's Separation Agreement
  • M101 chief petitioner says Portland district comms violated election law
  • Advocates Skeptical Of Campaign To Upend Oregon's Jury Law
  • Our View: Governor's PERS solutions are modest at best
  • Editorial: Please remember to vote on Measure 101
  • For Trump voters on the North Coast, few cracks after an unsteady first year
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  • Subsidized passenger train ridership declines after derailment
  • Portland police deny 'kettling' of protesters in response to ACLU lawsuit
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  • Thousands expected Saturday at second annual Women's March in Eugene
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