The Wehby campaign removed portions of these plans from her website.
She is accused of stealing the plans from Karl Rove's group "Crossroads."
Wehby blamed a staffer for plagerizing the plans and said this person had previousy been fired for unrelated reasons.
Her former campaign manager Charlie Pierce, who now works for Gubernatorial candidate Dennis Richardson, denies he authored either of the policy positions and said any statement to the contrary would be false in the extreme.
Seantor Jeff Merkley's campaign has jumped on the scandal saying it undermines her entire campaign.