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    Portland, Oregon (AP)

    The Oregon Tax Court has ruled in favor of a California tribe in an free-speech lawsuit against the Portland-area transit agency Tri-Met.

    The Karuk Tribe proposed an ad showing salmon blocked by an underwater wall of electrical outlets and saying: “Salmon shouldn’t run up your electric bill. They should run up the Klamath River.”

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