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Oregon Lawmakers Tee Up a Slimmed Down $4 Billion Funding Bill That Excludes Potential Portland Toll Projects

The Daily Astorian reports, “Lawmakers have halved the amount of a statewide transportation funding bill from $8.2 billion to approximately $4 billion and put a cost cap on the state’s low-carbon fuels standard in order to gain enough votes for passage.” The report adds, “The latest iteration of the package appears to exclude a specific […] The post Oregon Lawmakers Tee Up a Slimmed Down $4 Billion Funding Bill That Excludes Potential Portland Toll Projects appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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