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What Failure On Obamacare Repeal Means For Tax Reform

NPR | March 25, 2017

President Trump is eager to put the health care debacle behind him and focus on tax reform, but the failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act could handicap that effort.

Beer Brewers Test A Taboo, Recycling Water After It Was Used In Homes

NPR | March 25, 2017

When a brewery released a beer made from recycled water, at least one headline asked, "Would You Drink It?" After trying it, the water expert at Stone Brewing says, "I thought it was excellent."

What Can Northwest States Do In Face Of Federal Rollbacks On Climate Policy?

OPB/EarthFix | March 24, 2017

As the Trump administration rolls back climate policy, Northwest states are taking a stand. What could they feasibly do?

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Paul Manafort To Testify On Russia As House Intel Committee Drama Continues

NPR | March 25, 2017 4:31 p.m.

It's unclear when Trump's former campaign chair will speak. Meanwhile, the next open hearing is either postponed for logistics or canceled over Democratic objections — depending on whom you believe.

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Govs. Inslee And Brown Band Together To Challenge Trump's Energy Plans

OPB | March 25, 2017 4:28 p.m.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington are banding together in support of clean energy.

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Northwest Lawmakers React To Health Care Bill Withdrawal

OPB | March 24, 2017 2:30 p.m.

Oregon and Washington lawmakers react to the canceled vote on the American Health Care Act.

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Portland Commuters Can Expect Traffic Delays As 3 Bridges Undergo Repair

OPB | March 24, 2017 4:15 p.m.

Multnomah County will close multiple lanes on the Broadway and Morrison bridges this spring. Two lanes of the Burnside Bridge will be closed starting in November as part of a multi-year project.

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How Can Workplaces Better Serve Employees With Autism?

OPB | March 24, 2017 noon | Portland

Portland State University social work professor Dora Raymaker said she wouldn't have survived her professional life without workplace accommodations.


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