Businesses Flee Portland, Citing Local Government Failure to Protect Against Riots

 

Last updated 8/31/2020 at Noon

A pedestrian walks past a business damaged during recent riots, in Portland, Ore., on July 1, 2020. (Gillian Flaccus/AP Photo)

Businesses are shifting operations from downtown Portland, Oregon, or scuttling plans to open stores there because of the near-nightly rioting and protests that have gone on since May 28.

Portions of the city are boarded up. Rioters, who often gather around 9 p.m. and don't disperse until early the next morning, had caused tens of millions of dollars of damage or lost business by early July.

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