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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill that would lift Oregon's statewide ban on rent control and restrict landlords who wish to evict tenants without cause is on its way to the state Senate.  The measure doesn't establish rent control, but would allow municipalities to enact their own rent ceilings.  The sponsor of the bill, Milwaukie Representative Carla Piluso, says the measure would also ban landlords from issuing no-cause evictions to month-to-month tenants after their first six months of renting.  A landlord who violates the ban must provide 90 days' notice and one month's rent to the tenant.

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