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Answers to your questions on Measure 97

We’ve been getting lots of questions from folks about Measure 97 at presentations and by email, and rightly so. When enacted by voters, Measure 97 will usher in big changes in our state — changes for the good. Here are the questions we’ve been getting most often and the answers: Why is Measure 97 good for Oregon’s business climate? Why is the location of a corporation irrelevant under
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