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(Portland, OR)  --  The Oregon House is passing a proposal to make the second Monday of October Indigenous People's Day in Oregon.  The bill approved yesterday would also remove Columbus Day as a state-recognized holiday.  The University of Oregon says there are more than 137-thousand people in the state who identify as Indigenous people.  Oregon has nine Confederated Tribes.  The bill now moves to the Senate.

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