Issue 5:45 (November 4) is here.
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Oregon’s HB 2710, repeals a per filing fee funding mechanism for law libraries and substitutes a General Fund appropriation process. The libraries were provided funding which “held them harmless” for the 2011-13 Biennium funding cycle, but are now facing reductions to cover forecast General Fund revenue short-fall for the period. It is anticipated that the General Fund appropriation process, in place of a per filing fee assessment process, will have a negative impact on funding for these programs.
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