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(Salem, OR)  --  A measure being considered in the state Legislature would require bicycle riders in Oregon to register and pay a fee.  The measure would require all riders age 17 or older to take a safety test after registering and paying the ten-dollar annual fee.  Under the bill, bike riders who don't comply would be subject to a 250-dollar fine.  Supporters say the bill's purpose is to hold cyclists accountable for safety.

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