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Oregon Lottery Layoffs

(Salem, OR)  --  A plunge in revenue because of the COVID-19 response means layoffs and furloughs at the Oregon Lottery.  Lottery Director Barry Pack says the agency will cut nearly seven-and-a-half-million dollars by permanently eliminating 60 positions, or 13-percent of its workforce.  Two-hundred-and-ninety employees will face furloughs of at least 30 days.  Remaining staff will take a three-month salary reduction of ten-percent, and the executive team will take 15-percent.

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