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Seven Measures To Appear on State Ballot

SALEM, OR -- Oregon voters will decide seven statewide measures, in November. The Oregon Secretary of State's office has assigned numbers to the measures that will be on the ballot. 


Three are referred by the Legislature: Measures 94-96 would eliminate the retirement age for state judges, allow public universities to invest in equities and dedicate 1.5% of lottery money to veterans. 


Measure 97 increases the tax on large corporations - also known as IP 28; Measure 98 would increase spending on schools; Measure 99 creates the outdoor school education fund; and, Measure 100 makes it illegal to buy or sell parts from endangered species. 

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