CORONAVIRUS, Government, Oregon

Governor Brown Unveils 10-Point Economic Recovery Plan

The Oregon Capitol building in Salem. Photo: Chas Hundley

Oregon Governor Kate Brown released a 10-point economic recovery plan for the state on Tuesday, March 23, outlining her administration's recovery goals in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and the 2020 wildfires.

A news release issued by the governor’s office says Brown’s Council of Economic Advisers and Racial Justice Council helped develop the plan, which provides a framework for recovery related to the coronavirus and the 2020 wildfires with a specific focus on supporting black, indigenous, and people of color.

Oregon state and local governments are set to receive about $6.4 billion in federal funds from the American Rescue Plan (ARP), the . . .

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