Ontario — With state funding stagnant for domestic violence emergency shelters, some are concerned that there isn’t enough shelter for those who need it in Oregon.
Across the state, from Salem to Malheur County, requests for emergency housing continue to increase, doubling in some areas, but the state funding remains at the same level as in 2007, according to a story from Oregon News Service. The Legislature turned down a request for more money earlier this year, according to the story.
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