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(Portland, OR)  --  The GOP candidate for Oregon governor is outlining his plan to reduce homelessness.  Knute Buehler unveiled his seven-point proposal Monday in Portland.  The Bend state representative said he will lead with compassion and "tough love," forging a balance between generosity and safety.  His plan involves a "homelessness czar," changing legislation to allow Medicaid funds to be spent on physical and mental health services and ten-million dollars for four-thousand new shelter beds.

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