The Oregonian prominently featured the coming debate over tax and regulatory incentives for the semiconductor industry in its Sunday edition. Notably, Oregon's tax-friendly groups are not fighting incentives outright but, instead, arguing they should be narrowly applied to a single industry. That position misses the broader narrative that the state's inability to compete for these investments is a symptom of a much larger problem. If the legislature waters down the proposals, it's only handicapping the state's potential to grow.
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