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A committee of lawmakers in Salem heard a somewhat optimistic revenue forecast this week. The Legislative Emergency Board, which meets to do the state’s business between sessions, is also close to voting on a plan to fund a program to help with the foreclosure problem and monitor mortgage fraud. Meanwhile, the official unemployment rate for the state is down. Harry Esteve covers politics for The Oregonian and joins us for an update.
Are you following the state legislature? What’s your read on the economy?