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Special Session Package

(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced a bipartisan agreement heading into the legislative special session today.  Lawmakers will consider a proposal to spend 215-million dollars on rental assistance along with extending eviction protection.  100-million dollars for drought relief.  25-million dollars for programs to go after illegal marijuana grows.  And, 18-million dollars for Afghan refugee resettlement.  It also includes smaller amounts for affordable housing, outfitter guides affected by drought and projects for cross-laminated lumber modular housing. 

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