Politics

18 April 2013

"Shameful Day For Washington"

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Washington, D.C.

Supporters of new gun safety measures vow to continue their campaign. Tracie Potts reports.

17 April 2013

Moment Of Truth

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The effort to expand background checks will either move ahead or fall apart today, as the Senate takes up the bill. Tracie Potts reports.

17 April 2013

Ranchers Want To Hunt Gray Wolves In Eastern Oregon

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Eastern Oregon legislators are asking for more leverage in killing gray wolves. Currently, ranchers can get a permit to shoot a wolf if it is "caught-in-the-act" of attacking their livestock. Ranche ...

15 April 2013

The Pledge Of Allegiance May Soon Be Back In Oregon Schools

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A bill designed to keep the daily recital of the pledge of allegiance in classrooms is moving through the house. The House Committee has approved bill 3014, which would require the American flag to ...

12 April 2013

Korean Crisis Continues

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Seoul, South Korea

Secretary of State John Kerry visits Seoul as North Korea threatens missile launch. Steve Handelsman reports.

12 April 2013

Senate Considers Gun Bill

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Washington, D.C.

Bill calling for stricter background checks clears first hurdle. Steve Handelsman reports.

10 April 2013

Gun Compromise Reached

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Washington, D.C.

Senators announce deal on background checks. Brian Mooar reports.

09 April 2013

DC Braces For Immigration March

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Silver Spring, Md.

Tens of thousands expected to march on Washington D.C. Wednesday in call for immigration reform. Brian Mooar reports.

09 April 2013

Newtown Families Lobby Lawmakers

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Washington, D.C.

Relatives of Sandy Hook victims fly to D.C. to push for gun control. Steve Handelsman reports.

04 April 2013

PERS Bill May Reach The Senate This Week

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A bill to change the Public Employees Retirement System, or PERS is moving up in the legislature. On Wednesday, a subcommittee passed Senate Bill 822 with a vote of 6 to 3.  The bill would reduce ...