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Kotek Announces Progress In First 100 Days On Priorities

(Salem, OR) -- Oregon Governor Tina Kotek says during her first 100 days in office progress has been made on her top three priorities: homelessness, mental health and addiction, and literacy. The legislature passed a bill to fund homelessness actions this year and she wants lawmakers to pass other bills to spend one-point-three billion dollars on affordable housing and homeless issues. Another proposal would boost the behavioral health system. She says progress is being made on the Early Literacy Success Initiative that has bipartisan support to develop students' reading and writing skills.

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