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Oregon sheriffs reject Gov. Kate Brown's request to staff Portland protests

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 1 September 2020
The sheriffs of Clackamas and Washington County in Oregon said they won't send staff to help with the nightly protests in Portland after Gov. Kate Brown unveiled a plan to bring an end to violence in the city.
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