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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill to provide an additional one-billion-dollars per year to help Oregon public school funding is being delayed.  A vote was expected in the Senate yesterday but was forced off the table when only one Republican senator showed up.  The 18 Democrats and one Republican, Senator Tim Knopp, were not enough to meet the quorum which requires at least 20 members to vote.  The delay happened on the same day thousands of educators in Oregon walked out for a Day of Action to call attention to public education funding.

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