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Gov.'s Plan to Sell State Assets Could Include SAIF

By Emily Brill (Reporter)

Thursday, May 18, 2017 | 819 | 0 | 0 min read

Oregon's state-chartered workers' compensation carrier, SAIF Corp., may soon be up for sale as the governor tries to close a $22 billion pension deficit. Oregon Public Broadcasting reported Monday that a sale of SAIF Corp. and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission could be part of Gov. Kate Brown's plan to sell $5 billion worth of state assets. Brown announced the plan late last month as part of a three-pronged approach toward cutting state costs. Brown directed a task force to consider which state holdings could be sold off in an attempt to pay down the $22 billion unfunded liabi...

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