Rural counties are where jobs are needed most—and that includes jobs pumping gas | Editorial

Pull up to a gas station in Oregon and it’s easy to determine whether someone lives in the state or not. If the driver moves to start pumping their own gas, it’s a sure tell that they’re from out of state. Oregonians don’t have to pump their own gas and haven’t done so since 1951. But if you’re in a number of rural Oregon counties, that’s all changing on Jan. 1, 2018.

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