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Federal Tactical Teams to Withdraw From Portland, Governor Says

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 29 July 2020 ()
Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon said the teams will begin a withdrawal on Thursday. Federal officials cautioned that they will withdraw only when they are confident the federal courthouse can be secured.
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Gov. Brown addresses federal withdrawal from Portland

Governor Kate Brown issued a video statement this afternoon — reiterating that federal agents will withdraw from Portland, and demanding that there be no further vandalism or violence downtown.

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