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(Salem, OR)  --  A House-passed bill intended to protect renters in Oregon is being considered in a Senate committee.  The measure would effectively end no-cause evictions state-wide, and remove the state's ban on rent control.  Should the bill pass, it would allow municipalities and local governments to enact caps on rent increases.  Opponents say the bill is a bad deal for property owners and would make housing more expensive.  The bill must get approval from the full Senate before it reaches the governor's desk.

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