Portland prepared to increase number of taxis on roads

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City Council considers gutting restrictions on number of vehicles and companies allowed to operate in the city.

 

Oregon organic crops in high demand

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European Union consumers are building a market for organic hazelnuts, cherries.

 

Portland company behind 'world's most sustainable office building'

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DEVELOPMENT ROUNDUP: Portland firm is part of lauded project in Seattle; city nears deal with Zidell family again; Hales proud of urban renewal changes.

 

4 Oregon-based beermakers make list of largest craft breweries

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Brewers Association moves Deschutes up one spot to seventh-largest craft brewer by sales.

 

Pot expert says no need for Oregon farmers to boost yield

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An Oregon State professor says the state already produces more than enough to meet demand.

 

Background checks on private gun sales bill debated

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Gun advocates argue law is "borderline treasonous"; others say it could save lives.

 

Portland to allow Uber 'surge pricing'

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SHARING ECONOMY ROUNDUP: Controversial surge pricing proposal moves forward in Portland; Bend places restrictions on vacation rentals.

 
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