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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill introduced in the Oregon Legislature would keep presidential candidates off the state ballot unless they make their tax returns public.  The measure is sponsored by the House Rules Committee, chaired by Democratic Representative Jennifer Williamson of Portland.  Under the measure, candidates couldn't appear on Oregon's ballot unless they release their federal tax returns for the previous five years.  Six other states have introduced similar legislation.

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