Route Fifty: Some of the federal law enforcement officers who have clashed with protesters in recent days will leave Portland on Thursday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday. Brown said the state agreed that Oregon State Troopers will help provide protection for the federal courthouse, along with the Federal Protective Service. But the Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents who have been bolstering the federal effort will leave on Thursday, according to a deal Brown worked out with the Trump administration.
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