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New unemployment numbers are out.  For July, Oregon’s jobless rate gained a tenth of a point to 10.6%.  The state lost more government jobs than expected, and gained some construction jobs, but not enough to offset job losses.  The price of gas in Oregon dropped a fraction of a penny to about $3.03 a gallon, on average.  Oregon has the fifth-highest priced gas in the nation.  Since Memorial Day, the average price has gone up 1.7 cents a week.  If that seemingly gradual increase holds for a year, Oregonians will be paying four dollars a gallon next Summer.

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