Money spent on lobbying on the rise

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Dollars spent on influence peddling is up 94% since 2010.

 

Yamhill doctor's Kickstarter raises $40K

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Dr. Jim Rickards' Core Ball Complete aims to streamline the workout.

 

Daimler upgrading Central Oregon facility

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Madras site will receive an $18 million boost, to include more than 30 new jobs.

 

Who will challenge Kate Brown from the GOP?

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Dr. Monica Wehby explores options; Dennis Richardson says he's out.

 

'The largest liquor expansion since Prohibition

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Friday, August 28, 2015

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has approved 17 new liquor stores in the Portland area.

 

Grocery store to anchor new Lloyd District development

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Green Zebra will open a store as a part of $192 million project.

 

Illegal casinos in Oregon?

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State audit reveals lottery delis could be running afoul the state constitution.

 
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