Top Oregon Headlines, Dec-3

Governor’s Plan to Reform PERS Rankles Union (Statesman Journal)

Oregon Judges Play Unique Role in PERS (The Oregonian)

PERS Board Reviews Potential Pension Changes (The Oregonian)

Gov. Kitzhaber Proposes Increases in Schools and Prisons Funding (Statesman Journal)

Time Limit for Welfare Cut by Two Years in Kitzhaber’s Budget (The Oregonian)

McLane Says Governor’s Budget Makes Assumptions That Need to Be Vetted by the Legislature (Albany Tribune)

Kitzhaber Unveils Budget, Wrangling Begins (The Oregonian)

Parties Differ on Ways to Improve State’s Job Growth (Statesman Journal)

Kitzhaber Budget: State Workforce to Rise, Republicans Respond (Portland Business Journal)

Kitzhaber Budget: $60M for Oregon InC, ‘Innovation’ (Portland Business Journal)

Kitzhaber: State Workers Could Join Coordinated Care Organizations (Portland Business Journal)

Kitzhaber Proposes ‘Education Investment’ Spending Plan (OPB)

Kitzhaber, Consolidating Power, Proposes New Department of Post-Secondary Education (The Oregonian)

Does the State Pick Up 70 Percent of the K-12 Tab? (The Oregonian)

Gov. Kitzhaber Puts Forward Budget Proposal (OPB)

College Officials Uncertain on Budget Effect (Statesman Journal)

Allen Alley Won’t Seek a Second Term as Oregon Republican Chairman (The Oregonian)

Oregonians Footing the Bill for Hefty Tax Breaks (Willamette Week)

Opinion: Kitzhaber on His Budget (The Oregonian)

Editorial: A Policy-Oriented Budget (Register Guard)

Editorial: PERS Reform Needs Immediate Attention (East Oregonian)

Editorial: Revisit the Death Penalty (Register Guard)

Editorial: Oregon Business Plan: Enough Words, Time for Action (Mail Tribune)

Oregon Business Summit Ready for New Heights (The Oregonian)

Oregon Sues DEA Over Access to Patient Drug Records (The Oregonian)

DUI Panel Sets Meeting (Statesman Journal)

Oregon Logging Case Goes Before Oregon Supreme Court (AP)

Grain Terminals Make Case That Labor Talks at Impasse (Portland Business Journal)

College Grads Take on Record Debt, Weighing Down Oregon’s Economy (The Oregonian)

Housing Crash Leaves a Generation of Young Homeowners Underwater (The Oregonian)

Rentals Sought for Legislative Session (Statesman Journal)

Sweet Potatoes Show Promise in Columbia Basin, Researchers Find (Capital Press)

State Adopts Tougher Trapping Rules (Mail Tribune)

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