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(Salem, OR)  --  Cities in Oregon will have an easier time building affordable housing under a bill that passed the Oregon legislature.  The bill approved yesterday removes barriers faced by developers, cities, and nonprofits.  It expands where affordable housing can be built to include land zoned for commercial uses or land that's owned by public or religious entities.  The bill now goes to the Governor for her signature.

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