Top Oregon Headlines December- 24, 26, and 27th

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December- 27th

Editorial: ‘Clean Fuels’ Initiative Calls for Legislative Inaction (Statesman Journal)

Sen. Whitsett: Budget Shortfall, Right to Bear Firearms Among Topics Set for 2013 Legislative Session (Herald and News)

Long-Winded Politician Kept Pair Away from Mall (Baker City Herald)

Treasurer Ted Wheeler Seeks Change in PERS Fund Management (Statesman Journal)

Editorial: At Long Last, Higher Ed Gets a Place of Its Own at the Legislature (The Oregonian)

Sheehan Questions Info Tech Costs (Estacada News)

State Switches Tax Payment Vendor (Statesman Journal)

Oregon Warns Taxpayers of Possible Snag in January for Electronic Tax Payments (The Oregonian)

Jackson County Could Not Assume Control of Federal Forestland (OPB)

Cease and Desist in Crabtree (Democrat Herald)

Lender Group: Northwest Home Prices Lag Nation (Portland Business Journal)

Portland Foreclosure Rates Increase (Oregon Business Report)

Editorial: Some Well-Earned Time Off (The World)

Oregonians Donate $10 Million, Use Up IDA Tax Credits (The Oregonian)

Longshoremen Say They’ll Keep Working Despite Rejected Contract (OPB)

Northwest Longshoremen Cave In to Grain Terminal Owners? Not So Fast (The Oregonian)

Labor Secretary Refused Walden Request on Crop Seizure Controversy (Natural Resource Report)

December- 26

Oregon Spends More on Managing PERS (Statesman Journal)

Editorial: No Freezeout for the GOP (Register Guard)

Panel May Shape Fate of Western Oregon Forest Lands (Statesman Journal)

Oregon, Feds Forge Accountability Plan for $1.9 Billion in Health Reform Funds (The Oregonian)

Editorial: Oregon Republican Party Needs Pragmatic, Inclusive Chair (The Oregonian)

Editorial: Oregon Must Include Public in Prison and Sentencing Reforms (The Oregonian)

South Coast Lawmakers See No Rush to Tighten Gun Laws (The World)

Portland Unemployment Still Outpaces State Tallies (Portland Business Journal)

Portland Metro Area Regained 60 Percent of Jobs Lost Since 2008 (Oregon Business Report)

Oregon Schools Test Bonuses for Teachers (OPB)

State Sees Tech Center as Blueprint for Expansion (Portland Tribune)

Longshore Union Asks for More Grain Talks as Workers Reject Latest Offer (Portland Business Journal)

Umpqua Top Oregon Bank on Forbes List (Portland Business Journal)

OSU Extension’s New Crop Specialist Experienced in Academics and Farming (AP)

Opinion: Separating OHSU Faculty from the Pharmaceutical Industry Ignores Benefits (The Oregonian)

December- 24

Legislature, Supreme Court Face Key Foreclosure Decisions in New Year (The Oregonian)

Committee Assignments in Oregon Legislature Don’t Rock the Boat (The Oregonian)

Rep. Bentz’s 2013 Legislative Committee Assignments Announced (Argus Observer)

Lawmakers Set 2013 Deadlines (Statesman Journal)

Election Results Show State Divisions (Statesman Journal)

Study Shows Advantages of ‘Defined Benefit’ Pensions (Statesman Journal)

The Governor Isn’t Getting Any Union Love (Statesman Journal)

Oregon Schools Test Bonuses for Teachers (OPB)

Special Session Highlighted Working Together (Statesman Journal)

Does the Nike Bill Qualify as a Tax Break? (The Oregonian)

Kitzhaber’s Call to Curb Senior Medical Tax Deduction (The Oregonian)

Governor’s Plan Could Hurt Education Service Districts (Mail Tribune)

Medford School Board Member Opposes Armed Educator Idea (Mail Tribune)

Editorial: Guns in Schools, But in the Right Hands (Argus Observer)

Schools React in Wake of Shooting (East Oregonian)

Guns, Nike On Minds of Oregonians (OPB)

Washington, Oregon Commissions Approve Tolling Process on Columbia River Crossing (The Oregonian)

Grant Court Takes Stand on Federal Lands (OPB)

Concern is Natural Whenever Change Comes to Jeld-Wen (Herald and News)

2012 Proved to Be a Tough Year for Business Owners (Statesman Journal)

Editorial: Prescription Painkiller Abuse: Oregon’s Love Affair with Vicodin (The Oregonian)

Longshore Workers Cast Ballots on Latest Grain Terminal Offer (Portland Business Journal)

Northwest Grain Terminal Lockout Would Pit Longshoremen Against Strikebreakers They Call Scabs (The Oregonian)

Editorial: Saving Columbia Basin Salmon Requires a Boost in the Northwest’s Focus and Ingenuity (The Oregonian)

Care Panel Gets Member (Statesman Journal)

Kitzhaber Files Brief with Oregon Supreme Court Over Haugen Death Penalty Reprieve (The Oregonian)

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