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OR's Revenue Up More Than $800M

(Salem, OR)  --  Revenue for the state of Oregon is up more than 800-million dollars despite the pandemic-caused recession.  Officials say the increase is due to federal stimulus money.  Unemployment benefits and the extra federal relief payments are taxable by the state.  The additional revenue means Oregon's Kicker law could be triggered, which would mean a 571-million-dollar refund to taxpayers in 2022.

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