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The Politics of Land-Use Law in Oregon: Senate Bill 100, Twenty Years After
Oregon Historical Quarterly
  • Carl Abbott, Portland State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1993
Subjects
  • State governments -- United States -- History,
  • Land use -- Government policy -- Oregon,
  • Government policy
Abstract
Describes the genesis of Oregon Senate Bill 100, 1973, and includes excerpts from a roundtable discussion by four men who were instrumental in creating the bill. The four men are Hector Macpherson, Ted Hallock, Stafford Hansel, and Henry Richmond. The bill called for an institutional structure for statewide land-use planning.
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This is the publisher's final PDF. Copyright © 1993, Oregon Historical Society. Reproduced by permission.

Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/8536
Citation Information
Abbott, C., & Howe, D. (1993). THE POLITICS OF LAND-USE LAW IN OREGON: SENATE BILL 100, TWENTY YEARS AFTER. Oregon Historical Quarterly, 94(1), 4-35.