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File--In this Dec. 1, 2014, Kristin Keith sets out freshly printed two-year state budgets  at the State Capitol in Salem, Ore.   A Supreme Court case on public pensions and higher costs for state-funded health care will collide in 2017 to help create a massive hole in the state budget. It’s still two years off, but the daunting scenario is already raising talk in Salem about tax increases and concerns that the state will have to shortchange top priorities. (Thomas Patterson/The Statesman Journal via AP, file)

File--In this Dec. 1, 2014, Kristin Keith sets out freshly printed two-year state budgets at the State Capitol in Salem, Ore. A Supreme Court case on public pensions and higher costs for state-funded health care will collide in 2017 to help create a massive hole in the state budget. It’s still two years off, but the daunting scenario is already raising talk in Salem about tax increases and concerns that the state will have to shortchange top priorities. (Thomas Patterson/The Statesman Journal via AP, file)

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