Oregon economic forecast: Higher wages drive state revenue, workers feel inflation

SALEM - Higher wages are driving up Oregon’s projected tax revenue, but most middle-class workers won’t feel the benefits of larger paychecks over the next year because of inflation, state economists said Wednesday. 

A quarterly economic forecast from the state Department of Administrative Services predicted that Oregon will recover from a . . .

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