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Political feuds take a back seat as the Oregon Legislature passes a rare bipartisan agreement that changes boundaries to keep up with population changes. Senate President Peter Courtney gave credit to the Republicans and Democrats on the committee that drew up the plan.  The boundaries are re-drawn every ten years.  But most times, the legislature fails to reach an agreement and the secretary of state has to take over.  State Representative Jason Conger of Bend says his did not back the plan; because it increases the Democrat advantage in his District from 2 ½% to 6%.

 

 

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