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|Friday, June 12, 2009|
A new bill introduced into the Legislature is meant to help Oregon's unemployed. It offers extended benefits for unemployed who get into retraining programs. The proposal, which would cost about $90 million, is opposed by Associated Oregon Industries, the state's biggest business lobby.
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