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|Wednesday, June 10, 2009|
Section 40 of Oregon's transportation bill will change the way Multnomah County handles raising vehicle registration fees. The bill gives the county permission to raise the fees without jurisdiction or voter approval. It's an opportunity the county has been waiting for as it plans to repair the Sellwood Bridge.
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