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New Law Gives TriMet Authority to Offer Some Fare Evaders a Second Chance to Stay Out of Court System

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 2777 last week, clearing the way for TriMet to pursue new options that give individuals the opportunity to correct their behavior when cited for violations of the TriMet Code.
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