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Oregon chief justice: Funding helps restore state courts

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon's top judge says a boost in funding helped the court system better keep pace with the half-million cases that are filed each year. In his annual "state of the courts" address in Salem on Friday, Chief Justice Thomas Balmer said the courts are improving their staffing and business hours, although they haven't completely returned to normal after the economic downturn....

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