Ore. Lawmakers: Co-Governance Session Historic, Not Historically Productive

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SALEM, Ore - When Oregon's legislative session began this February in Salem, the state House of Representatives faced an unprecedented situation. For the first time in history, the chamber was evenly split, 30 Republicans and 30 Democrats. When House members elected co-speakers, many predicted gridlock. As the session now draws to a close, lawmakers are on track to finish ahead of schedule. But whether lawmakers dealt with a lot of major issues depends on who you ask.

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