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|Tuesday, July 21, 2009|
Gov. Ted Kulongoski signed a $733 million tax increase Monday, which he called a "modest" increase on the state's big earners that would help schools and state programs avoid budget cuts. But business groups and other opponents are prepared to fight the taxes with a referendum campaign.
Read the full story at the Statesman Journal.
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