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|Tuesday, March 30, 2010|
While the one-way streets and limited parking have created some concerns for downtown Portland business owners, panhandling remains one of their top frustrations.
The rising jobless rate and a judge's ruling last year that declared the city's "sit-lie" ordinance unconstitutional are among the contributing factors.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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