The Oregonian met resistance in seeking public records for its series on affordable housing in the Portland metro area. Portland Housing Bureau officials released project-specific data for more than 150 projects only under pressure from the Multnomah County district attorney's office. City officials charged the newspaper $1,162 for the information.Home Forward, the housing authority for Multnomah County, spent nearly $15,000 in legal fees to fight The Oregonian's request for location-specific Section 8 data, citing privacy concerns. The district attorney's office ordered the information released in December. The Housing Authority of Clackamas County estimated it would require the newspaper to pay $2,000 for documents but ultimately charged $268.