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Oregon Legislators Approve Bill Prohibiting ‘Love Letters’ During Home Sales

(Salem, OR) — State lawmakers are approving legislation that would ban so-called “love letters” during home sales in Oregon. House Bill 2550 orders the agents of home sellers to reject personalized letters and other communications from potential buyers. Lawmakers say such communications have the potential to lead to home buyers being selected on the basis of race, sex or religion. The bill now heads to Governor Kate Brown’s desk for a signature.

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