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SALEM, OR -- A state lawmaker says the Oregon Department of Forerstry needs to do a better job collecting money it is owed. State Senator Betsy Johnson of Scappoose, says ODOF has more than 90-million dollars in non-invoice receivables for wildfire work. Johnson says when the state budget was being put together, this information did not come to light and now represents a crisis. johnson also notes that ODOF cam within 72-hours of defaulting on a 50-million dollar line of credit.  

 

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