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Morning roundup: Nike gets greener, software reaches cannabis industry, Patriot Movement surges

Here are a few headlines that grabbed our attention this morning:

Nike ambition. The Beaverton-based athletic giant has announced a lofty goal for the company's future. Nike plans to halve its environmental impact by 2020, while simultaneously reducing the number of factories manufacturing product. Read the Footwear news story here. 

A budding industry. Law firms, accounting firms and other professional services have joined Oregon's green rush by opening new divisions targeting marijuana businesses.  Now the software solutions community is getting on board. Vancouver, Wash.-based Guardian Data Systems announced a new compliance system tailored specifically for the pot industry. Read more here.

Patriot party surges. In the wake of the Bundy clan Malheur refuge takeover, militias and the Patriot Movement are gaining political collateral. Members of the movement are being elected into local Oregon government positions, with the hope their radical ideals will translate into radical change.The movement is likely remain fringe, but it makes a strong statement about challenges facing the state's rural economies. The Guardian has more.

Taxing future. With Commissioner Nick Fish joining his peers against Mayor Charlie Hales' business tax increase proposal, the effort to raise more than $8.7 million for city services is effectively dead. What this means for the city's $510 million budget proposal is unclear. The Mercury speculates on the impact.

Staples removed. The proposed merger between Staples and Office Depot was denied by a U.S. circuit court judge Tuesday. Staples had agreed to buy its competitor for $6.3 billion, but the office supply chain will instead pay Office Depot $250 million for breaking the deal. Read more here.

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