The Legislature is expected to convene to take up the coronavirus outbreak. But it’s not clear what legislation will be considered

Oregon State Capitol, Legislature (Salem Reporter/file)

With the continued outbreak of COVID-19 straining Oregon’s economy and health care systems, legislative leaders are calling for a special legislative session to allocate money and pass laws to ease the outbreak’s impact.

However, with the federal government still finalizing its response and as the situation continues to change daily it’s not . . .

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