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Shifting the Cost of Measure 97 Forward

Oregon ballots, which include Measure 97 (M97), will hit mailboxes in this week. Voters will finally answer the question: Should this flawed tax should take effect in Oregon on January 1, 2017? We’ve written extensively on Measure 97 over the last nine months, and engaged in multiple debates with Our Oregon, the group pushing for Measure 97’s passage. Many of the debates have centered on the likely increase in prices due to Measure 97.
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