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Thanks to a relocation effort earlier this year, Oregon wildlife managers are prepared to kill sea lions at Willamette Falls to save threatened fish – should they get permission to do it.
Federal and state energy regulators will hold back-to-back meetings in Portland on Tuesday for a proposal to reclassify some of the high-level nuclear waste at the Hanford Site in Washington.
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