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Obama’s immigration actions do have limits
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Obama’s immigration actions do have limits
Obama is preparing to flex his executive powers today, using an 5 p.m. address to announce that he is sidestepping Congress and ordering his own federal action on immigration. Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell promised today to thwart his...

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Oregon voters narrowly reject GMO labeling measure
Residents voted 49.5 to 50.5 against the measure, which would have required manufacturers, retailers and suppliers to label raw or packaged foods produced entirely or partially by genetic engineering.
Measure to end medical marijuana moratorium narrowly passing
Voters to decide if the ban should stay in place until May 2015
Boone comes back for more
Boone comes back for more
Democratic incumbent wins her seat back by comfortable margin.
Gillnetters respond to Kitzhaber’s re-election
Gillnetters respond to Kitzhaber’s re-election
Gillnetters response to Gov. Kitzhaber's re-election
CCC’s Patriot Hall gets new life with voters’ OK
CCC’s Patriot Hall gets new life with voters’ OK
Measure 4-176 seeks up to $8.2 million in general obligation bonds to support the Patriot Hall Redevelopment.
Smith victorious over Carder in Gearhart race
Smith victorious over Carder in Gearhart race
The results of the local elections in Gearhart.
State Sen. Betsy Johnson wins easily
State Sen. Betsy Johnson wins easily
State Senator Betsy Johnson, D-Scappoose, is facing independent challenger Andrew Kaza in the race for District 16.
LaMear takes Astoria City Council reins
LaMear takes Astoria City Council reins
Astoria elects its second woman mayor
Nemlowill, Price take Astoria council seats
Nemlowill, Price take Astoria council seats
Zetty Nemlowill wins and the first female-dominated council takes shape.
Warrenton approves rural fire protection funds
Voters are deciding on a measure that will give Warrenton Rural Fire Protection District $49,000 each year for five years beginning in 2016-17 for general operations.