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|Thursday, July 01, 2010|
A new law passed by the Oregon state legislature prohibits employers from using credit history as a factor in hiring, firing, demoting or suspending employees, unless they can prove that good credit history is important for the job.
The vote was divided nearly along party lines, with House and Senate Republicans mostly opposed.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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