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Oregon's first lady admits secret green card marriage
Cylvia Hayes, who is engaged to Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber, admitted at a press conference yesterday that she married an Ethiopian immigrant 17 years ago in exchange for $5,000. The Governor, she said, was not aware of the marriage, which was her third, until it was exposed by the Willamette Week earlier this week.
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