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Nik Tucker 

DLSNC is building the first new Catholic high school campus in Portland in more than 50 years. The faith-based, college-preparatory high school for underserved students helps those most in need to succeed 

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Rep. Janelle Bynum (D-Clackamas) introduced House Bill 4107 to fight two sources of what she called backdoor discrimination. 

House Bill 4107 would prohibit discrimination based on hairstyle and hair texture, and would largely prohibit businesses from being “cashless”

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Kh'Merrion 14, gets some food to go from volunteer Nikkita Oliver at the Feed the Beach, free lunch table March 13th at Rainier Beach Community Center Plaza. (photo by Susan Fried) 

Hot lunches are served on Tuesdays and Thursdays to students who attend school in the Rainier Beach Community until the schools re-open again

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A sign indicating that only carry-out or delivery options are available hangs in the window of a closed Chipotle restaurant in Portland, Ore., Monday, March 16, 2020. (AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus) 

The most vulnerable homeless residents given vouchers for hotel and motel rooms, and evictions suspended for those affected by the coronavirus

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New measures include social distancing, hospital capacity increase, and a new order to prevent price gouging

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The first vaccine shot tested for coronavirus is administered in Seattle(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) 

Monday scientists at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Research Institute in Seattle begin an anxiously awaited first-stage study of a potential COVID-19 vaccine developed in record time

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Tyler Baldwin mops the floor after closing for the night at the Taproom at Pike Place, Sunday, March 15, 2020 (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) 

The ban wouldn't apply to grocery stores and pharmacies and that restaurants could continue take-out and delivery services

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Jails, libraries and schools close and Port of Seattle issues new rules for travelers as emergency measures are taken across the nation

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(Beth Nakamura/The Oregonian via AP) 

In a letter, doctors acknowledge that Gov. Brown is in a difficult situation managing the crisis but said they are unequipped to handle the influx of patients that could come

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$250 million housing services program would be funded through business tax

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