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Salem oncologist Bud Pierce was the first to enter the GOP race for governor last September.
Portland city commissioners will vote Tuesday on a pilot program that could lead to permanent change to the rules for cabs and other for-hire vehicles.
Business | local | News | Think Out LoudApril 2, 2015 4:27 p.m.
In this third installment of our series "Represented," we look at the impact of data centers in Central Oregon, and a bill to change the taxation structure for the companies that run them.
We get an update on the controversy over lead in the water at Portland Public Schools. The Department of Environmental Quality joins us to discuss air quality monitoring. We also check in with the President of Portland State University, and learn about what could be the most contentious issue on Oregon's November ballot.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is rolling out his two-year budget proposal this week. OPB reporter Austin Jenkins gives us the highlights.
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Transportation commissioner Steve Novick points to newspaper editorials, a letter from the Portland Business Alliance, and a recent report from the City Club of Portland as evidence that a gas tax is gaining support.
Initiative promoter Tim Eyman's latest attempt to limit the Washington state Legislature's ability to raise taxes has qualified for the November ballot.
Grants Pass residents are expected to get their first look at a proposed new sales tax Tuesday.
Uber and Lyft captured more than 40 percent of the market for rides in their first month in Portland, and three other things we learned this week.
The Portland arts tax's biggest problem is simple: Not enough people are paying the $35.
A vote on whether to give Facebook a tax break to build a third large data center in Prineville has been postponed.