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|Tuesday, June 02, 2009|
Recent filming projects have brought $40 million to Oregon so far this year, and Gov. Ted Kulongoski hopes to keep the trend rolling. In step with the governor, the Senate is considering a bill to increase the amount of incentives available for movie and television companies when they film in Oregon.
Read the full article in the Statesman Journal.
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