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Personal Finance: Understanding Social Security Spousal Benefits

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Wondering whether you’re eligible for Social Security Spousal benefits? Confused by the complex answers you get to that question? Most folks know that Social Security pays benefits to spouses based on the record of the other spouse in the marriage. Either spouse is eligible for a spousal benefit, whether or not they are also eligible for a Social Security retirement benefit based on their own employment history. Beyond this, however, there is a lot of confusion about spousal benefits. Let’s clarify some key aspects to help you to better understand this Social Security benefit.  

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Portland, Best U.S. City For A Destination Wedding On A Budget

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Portland ranks No. 1 on a list of five best U.S. cities for a destination wedding on a budget, chosen by Cheapism.com. 

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Cascade Policy Institute Endorses Legal Weed Ballot Measure

Cascade Policy Institute endorses legal recreational weed measure.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

A Portland-based libertarian think tank is throwing its support behind the Oregon ballot measure to legalize recreational weed. 

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In Defense of Sweat

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

It’s been a relatively long, hot summer here in Portland this year. That means a lot of people have been hiding from the sun in various cool, dark environments to try to keep the heat at bay.

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Ten Things To Do In the Case of a Car Accident

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

It happens so fast you likely don’t even see it coming. A quick stop for a dog in the street, the person behind you is texting and slams in to the back of your car. Now what do you do? At some point, almost all drivers find themselves in some type of traffic accident. Here are some simple steps to follow before and after an accident. 

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Jacobsen Salt Co. Pairs With Local Favorites at New Tasting Room

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Jacobsen Salt Co will have you craving coastal air and so much more in their brand new retail shop and tasting room in Southeast Portland.

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Feast Dinner Series: Chris Cosentino and Kyo Koo at Bluehour

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Top Chef Masters winner Chris Cosentino will join Executive Chef Kyo Koo at Bluehour for a Feast Portland Dinner Series event on Saturday, September 20.

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slides: Oregon Nursing Homes With the Most Health and Safety Deficiencies

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Oregon nursing homes have been hit with $225,000 in fines for violations of federal health and safety standards over the last four years, national data shows. The biggest fines are typically associated with serious deficiencies; these are violations of federal health and safety standards that cause harm, put a resident in immediate jeopardy of harm, or create a potential for harm, according to Charlene Harrington, a professor emeritus at the University of California at San Francisco School of Nursing and a national expert on long-term nursing care. In Oregon, a dozen nursing homes had serious deficiencies. 

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82 Percent of Cash in Pot Campaign Comes from Outside Oregon

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Roughly 82 percent of the money funding a ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana in Oregon is coming from sources outside the Beaver State. Campaign finance data shows that New Approach Oregon, the group behind ballot measure 91, has received only $278,662.60 (less than 18 percent of the campaign's $1.5 million war chest) from within the Beaver State. The rest of the campaign's money has come from wealthy individuals and organizations located outside of the state. 

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Hagg Lake: Where Washington County Officials Failed Us

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

At the end of a long road in Washington County, nestled near the base of the Coast Range just outside of Forest Grove, lies Henry Hagg Lake.

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