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(Portland, OR)  --  Voters in Portland will decide in May whether to approve a proposed ten-cents-a-gallon gasoline tax.  The Portland City Council voted yesterday to add the item to the ballot.  Officials say the tax would generate an estimated 64-million dollars over four years before it expires.  The revenue would be used for road projects, and safety projects that include improvement and addition of sidewalks.

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