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Like all Oregonians, I am deeply saddened by the devastation along the Gulf Coast, and I know that the pace of the response should match the urgency of our fellow Americans' needs. I am committed to working with my colleagues to provide whatever assistance is needed at this time and in the months to come - and I am proud that Oregonians are helping in the recovery effort.