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Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon is leading a fight against a state proposal that would end a tax deduction for gambling losses Oregon’s Grand Ronde Tribe is leading a fight against a state proposal that would end a tax deduction for gambling losses -- saying it would hurt much-needed tribal operations. Frequent venue patrons often consider the tax deduction when figuring out how much they should wager at a tribal gaming venue.
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