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Foreclosed homes are becoming an expensive problem for local governments in Oregon.  Representative Lew Frederick says it can be nearly impossible to track down the owner of a foreclosed home when the properties are overgrown with weeds or become camps for squatters. His bill would change that by allowing local government to attach a lien on the property for maintenance cost.  The bill goes to the State Senate.

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