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7.30.19: Cap and trade’s fate was sealed by dissent within Senate Democrats, not fleeing Republicans; Pot industry asks OLCC: 'What oversupply?'

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

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Cap and trade’s fate was sealed by dissent within Senate Democrats, not fleeing Republicans

Pot industry asks OLCC: 'What oversupply?'

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News from the Regions

Wildfires – Fire Season started June 1

Dry weather means Oregon expects bad wildfire season

Milepost 97 Fire: ‘It doesn’t get much more complicated’

Milepost 97 Fire jumps I-5 near Turkey Creek

Spread of Hills Creek Fire stopped, expected to be contained by Tuesday

Milepost 97 Fire reaches 11,668 acres; firefighters look to make progress Monday

FEMA authorizes funds to help fight Milepost 97 Fire

Modoc County's Tucker Fire at 11,000 acres

Portland Area

Siemens wins $100M TriMet contract for light rail cars

Northbound Interstate 205 closed for paving Aug. 2-5

President Donald Trump Says Antifascists Should Be Labeled A Domestic Terror Group

Portland Baseball Backers Pledge to Use Union Workers at a Possible Stadium

Central/Eastern Oregon

EO Media Group buys Bend Bulletin

Streets reopen in Bend as package deemed not a threat

Albany/Corvallis Area

Council set to vote on OSU development plan

New shuttle service connects mid-valley with Eugene airport

OSU hosting 2-day clean water workshop

Roseburg Area

Douglas Forest Protective Association reports stolen trailer at Milepost 97 Fire

Fire officials reassure Glendale residents about Milepost 97 Fire

Azalea residents prepare for Milepost 97 Fire

Canyonville resident describes evacuating home from Milepost 97 Fire

Medford Area

Smoke already forces changes

Southern Oregon Coast

Coos Bay planning commission recommends dredging to council

International News

Senate bows to Trump vetoes, allows Saudi arms sales

National News

Blumenauer bill pushes for nationwide bikeshare transit

Doubts emerge about Trump pick for US intelligence chief

McConnell blasts 'modern-day McCarthyism,' defends blocking election bills

Illinois high school robotics team designs motorized wheelchair for boy with cerebral palsy

House Democrats inch toward majority support for impeachment

Trump administration would force hospitals to disclose secret prices

National Election News

Should election security be updated?

Harris announces her plan for Medicare-for-all

Progressive group hosts second debate watch parties

DCCC faces mass staff shakeup: 'It's the Monday Night Massacre'

Biden extends lead; Sanders, Warren see support grow in new poll

Biden campaign slams Harris on 'have-it-every-which-way' health plan

Harris, Ocasio-Cortez unveil first step of Green New Deal

Business News

Uber announces 400 layoffs: reports

Environment / Energy News

‘Unprecedented’ Arctic wildfires are raging, showcasing how region is warming much faster than rest of world

Opinion

Central/Eastern Oregon

Brusselback | Free market in Pendleton is dead

Albany/Corvallis Area

Editorial: Administration sets sights on food stamps

Medford Area

Milepost 97 fire response underwhelming

Oregon's CCOs must address clients' health from all angles 

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