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More than one hundred people showed up at Highland Baptist Church Tuesday night to ask several Central Oregon lawmakers about the last session. All seven lawmakers from the Tri-County area were there to discuss what was accomplished. Considering the State Legislatures are evenly split, Democrats like Laurie Gould feel it was successful. Gould talked with our news partner, News Channel 21: “I think they got a lot accomplished, basically they had to work together and compromise because of the fairly balance split. We would like to see a few Democrats representing the people of Central Oregon. It would be nice if we had a balanced delegation and we are going to be working towards that end in 2012.” Republicans who attended also felt despite the even split in the legislature, lawmakers were able to work across party lines and get things accomplished.

 

 

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