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Budget plan would aid low-income Oregonians and help with housing, child care, job training

Democrats have advanced a $1.4 billion budget that includes affordable housing, education, health care and other priorities.

New state spending designed to improve the lives of Oregonians by helping thousands of homeless residents obtain shelter, providing access to clean water in small, rural towns and enabling more than 100,000 students to take summer classes appears headed to legislative approval.

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