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Independent Restaurant Alliance Of Oregon Seeks Help From State

(Portland, OR)  --  The Independent Restaurant Alliance of Oregon is asking the state for help before the "freeze" adds restrictions that impact their business.  In an open letter yesterday, the group, which makes up over 300 restaurants and bars, asked Governor Kate Brown for a number of things including financial assistance.  The letter says shutting down costs each location about 40-thousand-dollars.  The group wants a plan that "simultaneously supports the health" of their guests, employees, and "the livelihoods of the people and businesses."

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