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Top Political News - November 20, 2014
  • Lane County grand jury indicts prominent gay rights activist
  • Oregon cities plan to seek legislative OK for pot taxes
  • TriMet GM's 'vacation bank' guarantees big retirement pay out
  • Governor appoints insider Michael Kaplan to lead Oregon Department of Energy
  • K Falls Chamber asks Walden to backs water agreement
  • Lawmakers take first look at implementing marijuana law
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  • Record year nets Greenbrier CEO Bill Furman a $1.4M raise
  • Portland Whole Foods starts home delivery
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  • Poll: Income inequality flops as big issue
  • Salem-Keizer school district to gamble on pension bonds
  • Another idea to collect the Portland Street Fund, a gas tax
  • Eugene fines Uber over licensing violation
  • Judge upholds ruling on Damascus de-annexations
  • Nike doubles headquarters-expansion plans
  • Portland Bureau of Transportation paying nearly $150K for 'vision'of its 'transportation future'

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    November 19, 2014
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  • Oregon employers add 9,900 jobs in October — unemployment rate still 7 percent
  • State drives harder bargains on leases
  • Marijuana legalization: Oregon lawmakers will be asked to decide whether to allow local pot taxes
  • Oregon population grows with economy
  • Lawsuit seeks to overturn Jackson County's GMO ban or net $4.2 million for farms
  • Leaflets on cars stir reaction
  • Audit: Portland fails to comply with credit/debit card
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  • Some Portland businesses could pay 4K a month in street fees
  • Portland to host Cannabis Cup in 2015

  • November 18, 2014
  • Supreme Court might yet destroy Cover Oregon, Obamacare
  • Marijuana tax won't be a bonanza for school districts in near term, analysis shows — not the "tens of millions" backers promised
  • Buckley again named Ways and Means Committee co-chairman
  • District Attorney Who Opposed Oregon Legalization In Charge Of Implementing Marijuana Regulations
  • Editorial: Wyden's forest bill must beat the clock
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