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Board Votes To Keep School Bond On May Ballot

(Portland, OR)  --  A 750-million-dollar school-improvement bond will remain on Portland's May 2017 ballot.  Portland Public Schools voted yesterday to leave the measure on the ballot, after schools from several school districts staged a sit-in in an effort to keep the item on the ballot in November.  KGW-TV reports the Lincoln High school students are planning to walk out of school this morning.  Board member Pam Knowles says whether the bond passes in November or May, the work will start at the same time and it won't start right away because that doesn't happen with bonds.

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