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|Friday, May 28, 2010|
Gov. Kulongoski announced a new partnership with Microsoft that will provide 16,875 vouchers for computer skills training.
The vouchers will allow eligible out of work Oregonians to participate in an online computer skills-building course.
Read the article at KTVZ.
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