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The Oregon Senate has unanimously approved a bill designed to change public records law to protect victims of domestic violence.  Senator Diane Rosenbaum says the Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services stopped keeping detailed records of their clients' visits because abusers could use the information to track down victims.  The bill closes records maintained by publicly-funded domestic violence programs. The proposal moves to the House for further consideration.

 

 

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