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|Monday, August 10, 2009|
The number of foreclosures on Eugene-Springfield houses alone doubled in the first six months of 2009 from the same period the previous year. But Congress and the Oregon Legislature both passed laws this spring aimed at protecting tenants of foreclosed homes.
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