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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Go Read This Week's Mercury News Section

Posted by Matt Davis on Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 12:04 PM

768 Signatures A Day Or the recall Sam Adams effort is toast.

Breathing Wheezy "Green" Portland's toxic schools:

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ILLUSTRATION BY MARK SEARCY

Town Brawls In Oregon. God help us.

Think Twice Signature gatherers' criminal histories exposed.

Hard Times Downtown Portland's affordable housing down 23%. Although as an update, City Commissioner Nick Fish says he's working on 550 more units, and yesterday, was awarded the low income housing champion of the year award by the Community Alliance of Tenants:

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FISH: LET'S SEE HOW YOU'RE DOING IN TWO YEARS...

Not to mention breakers on the city's first breast milk bank, and efforts to fight the city's anti-camping ordinance.

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