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Oregon Court of Appeals to issue ruling on urban, rural reserves Thursday

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Oregon Court of Appeals to issue ruling on urban, rural reserves Thursday
Land use again takes center stage in Salem, the Secretary of State’s computer system is still down and both sides of the teacher’s strike in Medford inch closer to resolution. News Oregon Political News Sexual harassment complaint against Contractors Board investiga [...]

Oregon lawmakers release map of 'land use grand bargain'

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Oregon lawmakers release map of 'land use grand bargain'
The land use ‘grand bargain’ takes shape, Cover Oregon has a partial launch and while Portland manages to avoid a teacher’s strike, Medford faces ‘picketers and pranks.’ News Oregon Political News Legal aid funding bill sails through House, raises  [...]

Rounding up the week at the Capitol

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Rounding up the week at the Capitol
Oregon House passes bill to increase oversight on IT projects, school enrollment is the topic of the day, Portland teachers talk about walking out and flood warning recede. News Oregon Political News Oregon Legislature: Charges of political posturing fly over controversial bill [...]

OHSU makes case for $200 million in state bonds to jump-start Oregon cancer center

Monday, February 17, 2014
OHSU makes case for $200 million in state bonds to jump-start Oregon cancer center
Flood warnings throughout the Willamette Valley as another system is predicted to move in. Many are celebrating President’s Day today so check for bank and local government closures; however the legislative session rolls on as does the Medford teacher’s strike. News Ore [...]

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