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|Thursday, July 22, 2010|
Oregon's Legislative Emergency Board met today to discuss shifting $17 million in order to save in-home care and other human services programs.
The money would carry programs over until February, when the 2011 legislative session starts.
Read more at StatesmanJournal.com.
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