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|Tuesday, June 22, 2010|
The state set a deadline for LibertyBank to shore up its reserves, after losing $34 million last year and $6 million in 2008.
LibertyBank missed its $30 million deadline, but the state says it will not penalize the Eugene-based company.
Read more at the Register-Guard.
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