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Conservative non-Dorchester 'freedom rally' draws big crowd to Clackamas
More than 700 people gathered on short notice Saturday to attend a rally aimed at demonstrating the strength of the conservative wing of the Oregon Republican Party.
Can Congress save TV?
Unless Congress acts, millions of satellite TV subscribers could turn on their TV next year and miss out on local news, hit shows and sporting events.
Steve Duin: Oregon's Senate Republicans can't deal with progress or innovation
The best bill of the 2014 legislative session -- House Bill 4143 -- transforms the uncollected straw from class-action lawsuits into a gold mine for Legal Aid.
Nebraska law that allowed Keystone XL struck down
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Wyden faces large hurdles in tax reform
As he takes over leadership of the Finance Committee after 18 years in the U.S. Senate, Ron Wyden is optimistic that he can help reshape the nation's tax code and protect Oregon's interests in taxes, trade, Medicare and other matters.
David Sarasohn: Waiting for the income tax kicker to kick
In a legislative session that began the day after the Super Bowl, it wouldn't take long to get to the kicker.