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In Short Session, High Profile Bills Can Be A Long Shot

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The dead bills are starting to pile up.

Dialysis Bill Dies, But Lawmakers Won’t Give Up

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 A bill that would have capped the costs of dialysis for patients and insurers has died. But it’s likely to return. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Andrea Salinas, D-Lake Oswego, said she  plans to propose a new bill reining in dialysis costs in the 2021 session.

Lawmakers Ready Bills On Prescription Drug Prices, Staffing Shortages 

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Oregon lawmakers are gearing up for another legislative session starting early next month, hoping to pass bills that would tackle soaring prescription drug prices, staffing shortages and a host of other issues.

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