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Wasco County, state approve M101

Wasco County Clerk Lisa Gambee, standing at left, answers a question from a member of the “opening board” tasked with preparing ballots to be counted in the basement of the Wasco County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon. Board members are paired to represent different parties at each section of the table. Pictured seated are, clockwise from left, Susan Conley (R), Janet Remington (I), Janeth Simer (D) and Laura Comini (D).

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Wasco County Clerk Lisa Gambee, standing at left, answers a question from a member of the “opening board” tasked with preparing ballots to be counted in the basement of the Wasco County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon. Board members are paired to represent different parties at each section of the table. Pictured seated are, clockwise from left, Susan Conley (R), Janet Remington (I), Janeth Simer (D) and Laura Comini (D).



PORTLAND — Oregon approved taxes on hospitals, health insurers and managed care companies in an unusual special election Tuesday that asked voters — and not lawmakers — how to pay for Medicaid costs that now include coverage of hundreds of thousands of low-income residents added to the program’s rolls under the Affordable Care Act...

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