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Judge Won't Issue Immediate Decision In Oregon Gay Marriage Case

A federal judge in Oregon will not issue an immediate decision Wednesday in a lawsuit seeking to overturn the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

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Arts & Life

Local Organization Rises To The Challenge Of Banned Books

Justin Stanley is the founder of The Uprise Books Project, a Vancouver, Washington-based nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting censorship and promoting literacy.

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Arts & Life

Oregon Art Beat Exhibition

In celebration of our 15th anniversary, come view the work of hundreds of Oregon Art Beat alumni artists. Explore paintings, metal work, sculpture, calligraphy, pottery, music and more from across our region.

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Environment

Wash. Legislator: Oil Trains 'Going To Be With Us For A While'

Environmental regulators in Washington state are expecting a lively crowd Thursday in the coastal city of Hoquiam, where the public gets a chance to weigh in about increased crude oil train traffic.

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