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The Arts Tax Is Broken

Now the City Might Tweak It Without Asking Voters

Hall Monitor: Saltz’s Last Waltz

Facing a Stiff Challenge, Portland’s Longest Commissioner Is Hanging Up His Spurs

Oregon's $450 Million Plan to Widen I-5 Has Portlanders Preparing for War

But Can Activists Kill Another Highway Megaproject?

The City’s Now Using “No Camping” Signs to Deter Campers from Parks

And It Might Be Working?

Hall Monitor: Nick Fish’s Next Fight

Faced with a Cancer Diagnosis, the City Commissioner is Staying on the Job—And Mulling Next Steps

City Commissioner Nick Fish Has Been Diagnosed With Cancer

The Run-down Stewart Apartments Are a Sanctuary for Poor Portlanders

They Might Be Gone at the End of the Month

Hall Monitor: The People in Your Neighborhood

Overlook’s Neighborhood Association Has a Dumb Idea: Exclude the Homeless!

Portlanders Just Forced Changes to Contentious Police Oversight Proposals

But the Outcome Is Still Up in the Air

Hall Monitor: The End of Saltzman’s Easy Streak?

One of Next Year’s Council Races Is Shaping Up to Be a Doozy

Hall Monitor: From Exceptionalism to Septic System

Will the City Pick a Pricey Water Treatment Plant, or a Really Pricey One? Both, Probably.

Sheriff Mike Reese Considered Saving Portland's Horse Cops

Hall Monitor: Teddy Wheels and the Mayoral Dagger

The Mayor Just Issued a Damning Judgment, Even if His Office Won’t Admit It.

Hall Monitor: Hold the Phone!

Portland’s 911 Stats Have Been Lowballed Since 2004. We Should Have Been Told.

Help Right 2 Dream Too Move This Weekend

Portlanders Approved a Mammoth Schools Bond on Tuesday

And That’s Not All
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