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(Portland, OR)  --  Mayor Ted Wheeler says no violence or vandalism will be tolerated this weekend, when protests are scheduled in Portland following President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration tomorrow.  Wheeler says the Portland Police Bureau will be charged with finding a balance between protecting the right to protest and preventing a small number of people from engaging in violence and destruction.  The mayor says protesters won't be allowed to enter the Interstate or block public transit.

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