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(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon liquor drinkers may be paying more for their sips if Governor Kate Brown gets her way.  In her 26-point-three-billion-dollar budget proposal released last week, Brown mentions raising the liquor tax by five-percent beginning in June.  The move is expected to add 21-million dollars to the state's revenue.  The conservative Tax Foundation says Oregon already has the second-highest taxation on liquor in the nation, with Washington claiming the top spot.

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