OR Legislation | 2018 | Regular Session

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HB4059PassModifies and adds laws related to transportation. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2018-04-18
Chapter 93, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4124PassAllows county governing body, upon remand of matter from Land Use Board of Appeals to county, to have planning commission or hearings officer conduct hearing and make decision regarding lands designated under statewide planning goal addressing agricu...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 117, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB5201PassAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Emergency Board for allocations during biennium. Appropriates moneys from General Fund to specified state agencies for biennial expenses. Increases and decreases certain biennial appropriations made from Gener...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 99, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4065PassProhibits child care providers from enrolling in Central Background Registry or providing child care for five years after denial for cause, revocation or voluntary surrender of certification or registration and for five years after denial for cause, ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 115, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB4163PassProvides that Higher Education Coordinating Commission, instead of Oregon Department of Administrative Services, receives appropriations to pay bond-related costs of certain Article XI-G bonds. Provides that commission may enter into agreements with ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 98, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4118PassExpresses state policy regarding pursuit of projects under Good Neighbor Authority Agreement. Instructs signatory state agencies to work with federal land management agencies to prioritize projects. Requires Governor and Federal Forest Working Group ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 96, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4062PassAdjusts certain fees imposed by Department of Transportation. Reorganizes laws related to motor vehicle registration, titling, driving privileges and vehicle business certificates. Modifies laws related to transferring vehicle registration plates. Ta...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 114, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4152PassRequires State Fire Marshal to issue grants to sheriffs' offices of Multnomah County and Hood River County for expenses related to wildfire recovery, mitigation and preparedness. Requires Office of Emergency Management] State Fire Marshal to issue gr...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 97, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4010PassEstablishes Task Force on Addressing Racial Disparities in Home Ownership. Directs task force to compile data concerning levels of home ownership among people of color in this state and identify barriers to home ownership. Requires task force to reco...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 110, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB4044PassDirects Chief Education Office to conduct study on recruitment, retention, mentoring and professional development of educators who serve students from student groups that may be at risk for experiencing achievement gap. Sunsets June 30, 2019. Takes e...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 112, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4053PassRequires Chief Education Office to prepare annual report on accelerated college credit programs. Sunsets report requirements on January 2, 2029. Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to develop statewide standards related to information pr...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 113, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB4007PassPermits individual to create first-time home buyer savings account with financial institution to pay or reimburse account holder's eligible costs for first-time purchase of single family residence. Allows subtraction from account holder's federal tax...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 109, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4022PassPermits state agency to locate devices or facilities for providing electricity to public for electric motor vehicles in locations sufficient to meet demand for devices or facilities. Requires Oregon Department of Administrative Services to establish ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 90, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4063PassDesignates Department of Transportation as lead agency for autonomous vehicle programs and policies. Establishes Task Force on Autonomous Vehicles. Assigns duties of task force. Requires task force to report to interim committee on transportation, on...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 94, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4038PassDirects Director of Veterans' Affairs to study progress of establishment of Roseburg Oregon Veterans' Home. Prohibits sale or destruction of military medals and decorations by Department of State Lands. Permits Department of State Lands to deliver mi...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 91, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4028PassLimits expenses for which dependent care income tax credit may be claimed to earned income taxable by Oregon , using lesser amount attributable to either spouse on joint return. Limits expenses for which dependent care income tax credit may be claime...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 111, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4048PassRequires principal real estate brokers to complete real estate continuing education courses before renewal or reactivation of license. Requires real estate brokers and real estate property managers to complete real estate continuing education courses...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 92, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4089PassGives hemp research program currently operated by State Department of Agriculture name of Oregon Industrial Hemp Agricultural Pilot Program. Authorizes actions by department to carry out program. Specifies that agricultural hemp seed is agricultural ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 116, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB4009PassPermits reinstatement of parental rights under certain circumstances. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2018-04-18
Chapter 89, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
HB4159PassDirects Public Employees Retirement Board to adopt rules providing that, if Oregon Investment Council invests assets of individual account program in multiple risk categories depending on characteristics of individual member, member of individual acc...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 118, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
HB4074PassProvides proceedings to escheat to State of Oregon matured United States savings bonds presumed abandoned and in custody of state. Authorizes Director of Department of State Lands to seek payment for escheated bonds from United States Treasury. Decla...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 95, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
SB1543PassDirects Attorney General to appoint members with certain backgrounds or qualifications to batterers' intervention program standards advisory committee. Directs Attorney General to appoint members with certain backgrounds or qualifications to batterer...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 13, 2018.
SB5703PassModifies amounts allocated from Administrative Services Economic Development Fund to state agencies. Modifies amount of allocation] amounts allocated from Administrative Services Economic Development Fund for payment of lottery bond debt service obli...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 10, 2018.
SB5701PassIncreases limit for six-year period beginning July 1, 2017, on payment of expenses from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or received by various state agencies f...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 10, 2018.
SB1563PassRemoves requirement that students who are not citizens or lawful permanent residents apply for official federal identification document to be eligible for exemption from paying nonresident tuition at public universities. Permits public universities, ...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 13, 2018.
SB1544PassAllows local government to disclose payment distribution amounts made pursuant to agreement to collect taxes imposed on sale of marijuana items. Enables person responsible for marijuana grow site, registry identification cardholder or designated prim...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
SB1541PassAuthorizes Environmental Quality Commission to adopt program and rules to reduce public health risks from emissions of toxic air contaminants from individual stationary industrial and commercial air contamination sources. Authorizes commission to est...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 10, 2018.
SB1517PassAuthorizes State Department of Fish and Wildlife to annually issue limited number of big game hunting tags without charge to nonprofit organizations for use by veterans qualifying as disabled veterans.
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2018-04-17
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
SB1528PassCreates tax credit for contributions to Opportunity Grant Fund. Directs Department of Revenue, in cooperation with Higher Education Coordinating Commission, to conduct auction of tax credits. Establishes Opportunity Grant Fund. Directs commission to ...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
SB1550PassAuthorizes State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt record keeping requirements for person engaged in taking, landing, buying or selling of food fish for commercial purposes or otherwise dealing in food fish for commercial purposes. Creates except...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
SB1566PassEstablishes Employer Incentive Fund. Appropriates moneys in fund to Public Employees Retirement Board for purpose of matching portions of certain lump sum payments of employer contributions to Public Employees Retirement System. Allows participating ...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
SB1529PassUpdates connection date to federal Internal Revenue Code and other provisions of federal tax law. Requires, for Oregon income tax purposes, addition to federal taxable income federal dividend received deduction for repatriated income, deemed or other...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
SB1533PassAllows facility providing equine and equine-affiliated therapy or counseling to be established in area zoned for exclusive farm use if certain conditions are met. Allows facility providing equine and equine-affiliated therapy or counseling that incor...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
SB1547PassExpands list of health care professionals who can provide medical release to youth athlete who is suspected of having concussion. Prescribes requirements for health care professionals to be qualified to provide medical release. Declares emergency, ef...
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2018-04-17
Effective date, April 13, 2018.
HB4144PassAllows individual applying for construction contractor license with residential general contractor or residential specialty contractor endorsement who has specified amount of experience in construction-related activities on residential or small comme...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 46, (2018 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2019.
SB1567PassRemoves ability of major political party to use party rule, rather than primary election, to select party nominee in situations when vacancy in state office or office of state Senator occurs on or before 70th day before primary election and remaining...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
HB4094PassProvides that affidavit submitted to court in support of petition for approval of settlement of personal injury claim of incapacitated person, minor or decedent is confidential. Modifies information required in petition in protective proceeding seeki...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 59, (2018 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2019.
HB4026PassProhibits Department of Revenue from considering charitable activities in determining individual's domicile or resident status. Modifies disposition of certain estimated excess corporate excise tax revenues by dividing estimated excess between Educat...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 52, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
HB4129PassAllows Health Licensing Office to issue residential care facility administrator license to qualified applicant. Renames Nursing Home Administrators Board as Long Term Care Administrators Board. Prohibits board from carrying out disciplinary action ag...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 61, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 3, 2018.
HB4143PassRequires Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to study barriers to effective treatment for and recovery from substance use disorders, including addictions to opioids and opiates, and to report and make recommendations to Legislati...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 45, (2018 Laws): Effective date March 27, 2018.
SB1506PassDirects Department of Transportation to issue Oregon Wounded Warrior parking permits to qualified applicants. Describes "wounded warrior." Permits person issued Oregon Wounded Warrior parking permit or person transporting person issued parking permit...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
HB4162PassExtends sunset on long term care facility assessment to 2026. Removes limitation on penalties imposed on long term care facilities for failing to file reports or pay assessments. Authorizes Department of Human Services to adopt separate reimbursement...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 66, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
SB1534PassRequires Department of Human Services to establish minimum training standards for home care workers and personal support workers and to provide training. Directs department and Home Care Commission to maximize federal funding available to pay for tra...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
HB5202PassApproves certain fees adopted or modified by state agencies. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2018-04-11
Chapter 67, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 3, 2018.
SB5702PassModifies amounts and purposes authorized for issuance of general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, certificates of participation and other financing agreements for biennium. Increases amounts authorized for issuance of revenue bonds for biennium.] Aut...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
SB1510PassClarifies timing for filing statement of contribution or expenditure. Permits nonaffiliated elector to make request for major party primary ballot electronically, in person or by mail. Permits candidate who acts as own treasurer, or treasurer of prin...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
HB4049PassDirects Department of State Police to establish multidisciplinary committee on tracking of sexual assault forensic evidence kits. Directs department to adopt recommendations of committee and to create and maintain statewide electronic sexual assault ...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 55, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 3, 2018.
SB1526PassProhibits court from considering parent's disability in determining whether to terminate parental rights unless parent's conduct related to disability is of such nature and duration as to render parent incapable of providing proper care to child or w...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
HB4012PassExtends sunset on provisions allowing retired member of Public Employees Retirement System to be reemployed by participating public employer as teacher of career and technical education without loss of retirement benefits. Takes effect on 91st day fo...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 48, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
SB1557PassRequires community colleges, public universities and Oregon Health and Science University to provide certain rights to students ordered to federal or state active duty for 30 or fewer consecutive days. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2018-04-11
Effective date, April 3, 2018.
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