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League of Oregon Cities v. Bradbury

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League of Oregon Cities v. Bradbury is a court case decided in 2002 by the Oregon Supreme Court, invalidating Oregon Ballot Measure 7 (2000) on the grounds that it violated Oregon's single-subject rule.

In addition to the League of Oregon Cities, the plaintiffs in the case were Benton County, Beaverton, Eugene, Junction City, Venetta (a city), Bev Stein, Vera Katz, Multnomah County, Portland and Washington County.

The lawsuit was filed against Bill Bradbury in his official capacity as Oregon Secretary of State and John Kitzhaber. Stuart Miller entered the case as an intervening appellant.

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