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March 23, 2023
PORTLAND — Oregon lawmakers passed a sweeping $200 million housing and homelessness package Tuesday, displaying a bipartisan will to tackle two of the state's most pressing crises.
The vast majority of the funding — about $157 million — is aimed at boosting homelessness and eviction prevention services. The money will go toward increasing shelter capacity, addressing youth homelessness, and funding rapid rehousing efforts and rental assistance programs.
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