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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill that would allow homeless people in Oregon to camp in public places is being considered in the Legislature.  House Bill 2215 would allow homeless people to freely use public spaces "without discrimination and in time limitations that are based on housing status."  Supporters of the measure say homeless people should be allowed to sleep in places, such as city parks, without repercussions.  The bill is awaiting action in the House.

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