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Local governments across Oregon, often in tandem with homeless advocacy coalitions, are taking myriad steps to try and keep those without a home safe and separated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at some of those measures, according to media reports.

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President Donald Trump’s approval Sunday of a major disaster declaration for the state of Oregon will ultimately result in additional money to help the health care system and local businesses in Douglas and other Oregon counties, Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman said Monday.

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Farmers and ranchers who were forced to sell livestock due to drought, flooding or other severe weather in recent years now have more time to get some tax relief from the IRS.

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Attention hunting enthusiasts: the use of urine-based deer attractants will be illegal effective January 2020 in an effort to stifle the spread of chronic wasting disease in deer, elk, caribou and moose populations.