Opinion

$2 million in projects

As part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Oregon stands to receive more than $4 billion in aid for state and local governments courtesy of the stimulus bill signed in March. The funding is split between the state, counties and cities, with the state receiving about $240 million which is separate from the revenue being used to balance Oregon’s budget of about $25.6 billion . . .

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