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The city of Portland purchased a modular building containing restrooms, showers and laundry equipment in 2016 when Charlie Hales was mayor. Due to an editing error, a Sept. 14 article about the auction of that building misstated the year the need for it arose. On Aug. 30, The Oregonian published a Washington Post report that has since been corrected or amended several times. After the Aug. 29 story about U.S. citizens being denied passports, the State Department challenged the accuracy of the article and issued data on Aug. 31 suggesting passport denials were at the lowest level in years: In 2017, it said, 971 people on the southern border with potentially fraudulent birth certificates, or 28 percent of those in the category, were denied passports, a smaller percentage than in any of the four previous years. Also, the State Department began denying passports during the George W.
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The hatchet tossing is a more burly version of darts. Photo by Robert Cohen, firstname.lastname@example.org Felicity Houston finds a better head for a mannequin in the t-shirt department at the Uranus Fudge Factory in Saint Robert on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. When owner Louie Keen opened the factory, before even being certified to make fudge, visitors flocked to the t-shirt area to pickup Uranus themed clothing. Photo by Robert Cohen, email@example.com Walt Perry of Mission Outpost Outdoor Outfitters shows a customer a Ruger 10/22 folding tactical rifle at the store connected to the Uranus Fudge Factory in Saint Robert on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. The growing Route 66 tourist attraction hosts families by day and mostly soldiers from nearby Fort Leonard Wood at night at its bar and grill, tattoo parlor and burlesque club. The outfitter offers an indoor gun range, where visitors can rent weapons or use their own. Photo by Robert Cohen, firstname.lastname@example.org Katherine Ferguson of Seminole, Okla. picks out feather suckers to bring home from the Uranus Fudge Factory and General Store in Saint Robert on Friday, Sept.
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