Billion-dollar business tax proposed for Oregon but small firms exempted

UPDATE: This story has been updated with additional details on the tax and comment from a key business group.

SALEM — Oregonians could pay less on their state income taxes but pay more for some goods and services, under a legislative proposal to raise money for the state's struggling public school system.

The long-awaited proposal will tax businesses just under one-half of 1% of . . .

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