November 17, 2021 •
Oregon to Hold Special Session
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has announced she is in talks with legislative leaders and housing advocates to construct a plan to increase funds in the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
The federal funds allocated to Oregon to assist renters and owners have been almost exhausted, which will force the Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program to stop accepting applications on December 1.
Gov. Brown declared she will call a special session to draft a proposal to combat the looming evictions when the federal assistance is fully expended.
There is not a firm date announced for the special session.
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