Do you need a California Contractors License if you already have an Oregon Contractors License?

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Yes. You must be licensed in each state you do work in.

California has "reciprocal" arrangements with some states that border it which allow an out-of-state license to be valid in California, but Oregon isn't one of them.
Yes you have to take the licence of each state where you are doing construction.
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