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(Salem, OR)  --  The 2016 session of the Oregon Legislature is history, with the passage of an affordable-housing bill helping it draw to a close.  Senate Bill 1533 would end the state's 17-year ban on affordable-housing mandates.  "The Oregonian" reports the measure would let cities force builders to set aside new multifamily units for working-class residents.  Other housing bills cleared during the session include measures for renter protections, annexation adjustments, and changes in land-use rules.
 

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