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(Salem, OR)  --  Lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban alcoholic beverages on Oregon's public beaches.  Under the measure, it would be illegal to possess or consume alcohol or possess or discard a container designed to hold an alcoholic beverage.  Violators could spend up to 30 days in jail and be fined up to 12-hundred-50-dollars.  Drinking alcohol is currently allowed on Oregon beaches among people 21 and over.

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