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Four Hotels Paying Over $100K For Wildfire Price Gouging

(Portland, OR)  --  Four hotels and motels in Oregon will pay over 100-thousand dollars in settlements for engaging in price gouging.  The Oregon Attorney General's Office received more than 560 complaints of price gouging following last summer's wildfires.  Governor Kate Brown declared an abnormal disruption of the market in September due to the fires.  The hotels and motels who engaged in price gouging are located in Salem, Florence, Corvallis and Roseburg.

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