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Tobacco Tax Bill, Tweaked Again, Goes To House

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SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $340 million tobacco tax package is headed to the Oregon House of Representatives.   

$320 Million Tobacco Tax Package Thunders Back To Life With Voter Referral Add

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SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $320 million tobacco tax package, considered by many observers to be on life support just a week ago, has roared back into the spotlight in the legislative session's final days.

Key Element Of Gov. Kate Brown's Medicaid Funding Plan Is Dead

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SALEM – A key piece of Gov. Kate Brown's long-term Medicaid funding plan won’t pass this legislative session, blowing a $120 million hole in the governor’s "four-pillar" approach to funding the Oregon Health Plan.

Analysis: Doubts Loom Over Brown’s Medicaid Funding Plan

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Gov. Kate Brown's four-pillar plan to fill Oregon's Medicaid gap remains just half assembled as the legislative session speeds into its final months.

Proposed Medicaid Tax Break For Schools And Small Businesses Fails, Causes Partisan Rift

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Oregon lawmakers on Thursday approved a tax proposal to help cover the $950 million hole in the Medicaid budget, but not without controversy.

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