• Voters in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties will be asked whether to approve a bond package worth about $650 million to help build affordable housing. If Measure 26-199 is approved, the typical homeowner will pay about $60 more a year, and the bond measure could build as many as 3,900 new homes. We hear arguments for and against Measure 26-199 from Metro President-elect Lynn Peterson and Washington County Chairman Andy Duyck.

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