Oregonians won't vote this fall after all on whether to let public employees opt out of paying union dues, after the sponsor of a proposed "right to work" measure dropped her effort this week.

Jill Gibson, a Portland attorney who was the initiative's chief petitioner, said Friday that a lengthy dispute over the ballot title language left supporters without time to gather enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
"We will have to bring this back another day," Gibson said.
The measure loomed as one more battle between the business community and Oregon's labor unions, following a deeply contentious proposal from unions to raise $3 billion a year in new corporate taxes.
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