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Oregon Considered

$150 Million Away from Budget Agreement

April 04, 2005

0806_capitol.jpgBudget writers in Salem failed to agree on a budget blueprint by a self-imposed deadline Monday. Instead, Democratic leaders in the Senate and House Republican released separate versions of a proposed two years spending plan.

Leaders from both chambers agreed weeks ago on how much they are going to spend in the coming biennium. The question was how to divvy up nearly $12.4 billion.

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Please don't refer to Neil Goldshmidt's molestation of a 14 year old girl as an affair.
Thank you.

Posted by: Flora Huber at April 5, 2005 10:26 AM

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