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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland and Gresham police are going to be adopting new policies and training over the public's right to film officers.  The changes are stemming from a lawsuit that claimed a Portland woman's rights were violated when an officer took her phone while live-streaming an arrest in 2013.  Oregon's ACLU reached a settlement with the police department Monday.  In addition to the new filming policies, the city of Gresham will have to pay more than 80-thousand dollars in legal fees.

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