The University of Oregon is pushing ahead with legislation for a controversial plan to sell $800 million of bonds to help create an endowment twice that size.

The seven-school system has two bills moving forward in the legislature—– SB 559 and Senate Joint Resolution 20 — that would create a new management structure for the university and put a constitutional amendment on next year’s ballot to use the state bonds to fund the endowment.

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