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(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon legislature is sending the governor a bill that will give renters a grace period if they're trying to get rental assistance. The eviction moratorium runs out on June 30th, and people who can't pay their rent starting in July face eviction. If the governor signs the bill, renters who have applied for rental assistance can't be evicted for 60 days. The bill also increases the Landlord Compensation Fund to pay 100-percent of rent on successful applications.

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