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Speaker Kotek Adds $20 Million to Homelessness, Affordable Housing Proposal

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Speaker Tina Kotek has added $20 million to her proposal to help Oregon cities deal with rising homelessness.

Emergency Declaration: Legislators Urge $120 Million For Shelters, Affordable Housing For Homeless 

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House Speaker Tina Kotek wants an emergency declaration recognizing the state’s homelessness crisis, with the state spending $120 million on affordable housing and shelter needs.

Carbon Tax Fight Looms Over Health Care Bills In Upcoming Session

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Oregon’s legislative leaders aren’t expecting health care to be the wedge issue that divides lawmakers this session.

Death Toll Rises Among Homeless In Multnomah County

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More homeless people than ever are dying in Multnomah County. 

Briefly: OHSU Students Hold Free One-Day Clinic

The event will take place at Pioneer Courthouse Square between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Oregon Health & Science University students are holding a one-day free clinic for local residents who need basic medical, dental or vision exams.

Dozens Die On Streets In Portland Area

Multnomah County's latest count of homeless deaths shows that 79 people died in 2017, one fewer than the year before.

Life on the streets turned deadly again last year in the Portland area, with dozens of people dying far too young.

Part I: Our Frozen Dead: Hypothermic ‘Domicile Unknown’ Deaths

A growing number of deaths the Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s Office investigates are among people experiencing homelessness.

When Michael Jensen was found dead in his tent, his feet were sticking out of the tent, and he was lying on his right side “with his hands up under his chin like he was cold,” a homeless outreach worker said.

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