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|Thursday, June 04, 2009|
Legislators keep changing their minds when it comes to House Bill 3298. The Senate Rules Committee has added an amendment to the bill, an amendment that designates the Metolius River Basin as an "area of critical state concern." Such wording would make it impossible to build two planned resorts.
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