SAN FRANCISCO — A long-debated plan to build a 600-room hotel next to the Oregon Convention Center in Portland may be rising from the grave.

The proposal, which has been on the table in one form or another for the last 20-plus years, seemed dead a year and half ago without political support for bond financing. But a convention center revitalization plan — possibly scaled down and without as much public financing — has received a tentative show of support from the newly elected president of the Metro Regional Government.

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