OR Legislation | 2017 | Regular Session | Enrolled

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HB3066EnrollFor purposes of tax credit for contributions to Office of Child Care, eliminates provisions for collaboration by office with advisory committee and distribution of funds through community agencies. Directs Department of Human Services to conduct stat...
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Knopp. Passed.Ayes, 26; excused, 4--Burdick, Olsen, Steiner Hayward, Thatcher.
HB3068EnrollDirects Office of Child Care to implement resource and referral system. Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding family supports no later than July 1, 2018.] Requires department to submit report regarding study to int...
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Monnes Anderson. Passed.Ayes, 27; excused, 3--Olsen, Steiner Hayward, Thatcher.
HB2463EnrollAllows Department of Transportation and person, under certain circumstances, to enter into agreement that enables person to transact certain functions of department on behalf of department. Allows Department of Transportation and person, under certai...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2462EnrollIncreases amount by which vehicle equipped with fully functional idle reduction system designed to reduce fuel use and emissions from engine idling may exceed maximum weight limitations. Provides limited exemption from maximum weight limitations for ...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3313EnrollAllows public charter school to give priority in admission to students who reside within attendance boundaries of nonchartered public school if specified conditions are met. Allows public charter school to give priority in admission to students who h...
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Beyer. Passed.Ayes, 27; excused, 3--Olsen, Steiner Hayward, Thatcher.
HB3432EnrollMakes permissive rather than mandatory provision that noncompliant survey map that is not corrected by surveyor and returned to county surveyor within 30 days be forwarded by county surveyor to State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Survey...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2986EnrollModifies provisions relating to administration of estates.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3439EnrollRequires that in professional corporation that is organized to allow physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners to jointly render professional health care services, physicians, physician assistants or nurse practitioners must hold major...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2968EnrollRequires Department of Environmental Quality to carry out study and propose recommendations for single, coordinated process for parties to meet certain federal and state requirements for, and to obtain certain releases from liability for, cleanup of ...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2312EnrollUpdates certain terms and references used throughout state law to conform with changes to federal law associated with enactment of federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. Changes name of State Workforce Investment Board to State Workforce D...
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Roblan. Passed.Ayes, 26; excused, 4--Burdick, Olsen, Steiner Hayward, Thatcher.
HB2359EnrollRemoves requirement for beneficiary in trust deed to send, and Attorney General to receive, copy of notice that beneficiary has denied grantor's eligibility for foreclosure avoidance measure.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3120EnrollProvides that Department of Transportation must designate vehicle dealer as agent. Specifies that department may impose penalties against vehicle dealers who do not comply with regulations related to vehicle dealers acting as agents of department.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2341EnrollUpdates Insurance Code provisions applicable to health insurance in accordance with federal requirements. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB3160EnrollPermits persons who have limited vision to carry and use white canes on highways and in other public places. Defines "limited vision." Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3158EnrollRequires State Fish and Wildlife Commission to implement program to encourage reporting of wildlife law violations.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2140EnrollRequires seller of real property to disclose seismic risk in seller's property disclosure statement.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
SB21EnrollAuthorizes Oregon Board of Accountancy to disclose confidential information to certain public entities. Requires public entities that receive information to take reasonable steps to maintain confidentiality of information. Declares emergency, effecti...
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2017-05-22
Rules suspended. Carried over to May 23, 2017 Calendar.
HB3389EnrollExpands criteria for traffic offenses related to rail crossings and adds requirement for drivers to stop for approaching on-track equipment.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2220EnrollRemoves certain requirements veterans must meet prior to receiving high school diploma.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2249EnrollAuthorizes Department of Corrections to enter into agreements or arrangements with counties to provide supplemental funding for reentry support and services for offenders released before attaining 25 years of age. Declares emergency, effective on pas...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2499EnrollEstablishes process for vessel permit seller to petition for preliminary injunction allowing seller to continue to fish under vessel permit during pendency of proceeding concerning claim that buyer failed to fulfill terms of vessel permit sale. Autho...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2258EnrollExpands types of entities that may receive funding for certain activities related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and to career and technical education. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Gelser. Passed.Ayes, 20; nays, 7--Baertschiger Jr, Boquist, DeBoer, Ferrioli, Hansell, Johnson, Winters; excused, 3--Burdick, Olsen, Steiner Hayward.
HB2902EnrollAuthorizes ports to acquire, construct, maintain and operate shipyards.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2906EnrollEstablishes Oregon Geographic Information Council within office of State Chief Information Officer. Specifies membership, purposes and powers of council. Requires public bodies, beginning in 2020, to share certain geospatial framework data under spec...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2660EnrollRequires Oregon Health Authority and Department of Consumer and Business Services to make available online written materials about options available to breast cancer patients for insurance coverage of breast reconstruction surgery, breast prostheses ...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3449EnrollExtends sunset, from January 2, 2018, to January 2, 2026, on law authorizing Department of Corrections to enter into contract with public entity in another state for provision of correctional services. Prohibits department from entering into contract...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2179EnrollPermits onsite treatment of septage prior to application of biosolids on exclusive farm use land using treatment facilities that are portable, temporary and transportable by truck trailer during authorized period of time. Permits onsite treatment of ...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3370EnrollDefines "housing with services project" and requires project to register with Department of Human Services . Defines "housing with services project" and requires project to register with Department of Human Services and meet certain requirements. Sub...
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2017-05-22
Third reading. Carried by Gelser. Passed.Ayes, 27; excused, 3--Olsen, Steiner Hayward, Thatcher.
HB2005EnrollProvides definitions relating to comparable work for purposes of pay equity provisions. Makes unlawful employment practice to discriminate in payment of wages against employee on basis of protected class. Makes unlawful employment practice to screen ...
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2017-05-22
House concurred in Senate amendments and repassed bill.Ayes, 58; Excused, 2--Boone, McKeown.
HB2516EnrollAllows State Parks and Recreation Department to issue permits to entities to restore, maintain and preserve abandoned cemeteries. Allows department to adopt rules relating to issuance of permits. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2855EnrollCreates procedure for purchaser of real property to enforce contractual requirement for delivery of deed of conveyance without instituting suit or action.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2114EnrollDirects Oregon Medical Board, Oregon State Board of Nursing, Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine and Oregon Board of Dentistry to provide licensees of boards with opioid and opiate prescribing guidelines and recommendations established by associati...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2562EnrollRequires lender that has contract with person for reverse mortgage to send person or escrow agent, title insurance company or other agent that pays property taxes on person's behalf notice that states that title to property that is subject to reverse...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2090EnrollProvides that person engages in unlawful trade practice if person publishes on website related to person's business, or in consumer agreement related to consumer transaction, statement or representation of fact in which person asserts that person, in...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2432EnrollDirects Health Licensing Office to issue license to engage in practice of art therapy to qualified applicant. Requires person licensed to practice art therapy to comply with rules adopted by office. Allows office to impose discipline on person practi...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2500EnrollDirects Department of Human Services, in consultation with Department of Justice, to develop and implement training and continuing education curriculum for caseworkers that informs and instructs caseworkers on their roles in juvenile dependency proce...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2189EnrollEstablishes statute of repose for actions arising out of real estate appraisal activity. Provides that action must be commenced before earlier of otherwise applicable period of limitation or five] six years after act or omission giving rise to action...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB2644EnrollProvides that administration of vitamin K to newborn infants must be by most effective means. Provides that administration of vitamin K to newborn infants must be by injection] most effective means.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB3051EnrollExpands permissible uses of Water Measurement Cost Share Program Revolving Fund.
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2030EnrollRemoves certain restriction on number of nonresident annual black bear tags that may be issued by State Fish and Wildlife Commission for general hunting season. Prohibits state agency from restricting or closing access to state lands used for hunting...
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB3404EnrollRequires children under two years of age to be properly secured in car seat in rear-facing position. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3147EnrollRequires State Fish and Wildlife Director to, before appointing Oregon Hatchery Research Center Board members, consult with organizations that represent certain interests and take into consideration nominations or recommendations received in course o...
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2017-05-22
President signed.
HB3077EnrollProhibits defense attorney, or district attorney if defendant is not represented by attorney, from disclosing to defendant victim's electronic mail address and social media account identifying information unless court authorizes or orders disclosure....
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2017-05-22
Speaker signed.
HB2340EnrollAuthorizes Department of Consumer and Business Services to permit insurer that discontinued offering health benefit plans in service area less than five years previously to resume offering health benefit plans in service area. Reorganizes and updates...
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2017-05-18
Third reading. Carried by Beyer. Passed.Ayes, 29; excused, 1--Prozanski.
HB2147EnrollRequires each post-secondary institution of education other than career schools to provide Higher Education Coordinating Commission with number of Oregon high school graduates from each school district enrolled at institution and graduation rate at i...
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2017-05-18
Senators Gelser, Linthicum, Roblan appointed Senate conferees.
SB491EnrollDirects Supreme Court to appoint state professional responsibility board. Eliminates local professional responsibility committees. Provides for inclusion of one or more professional adjudicators on disciplinary board for disciplinary proceedings of O...
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2017-05-18
To House Rules Committee
HB2931EnrollClarifies educational requirements for registration of behavior analysis interventionists.
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2017-05-18
Third reading. Carried by Monnes Anderson. Passed.Ayes, 22; nays, 8--Baertschiger Jr, Boquist, Ferrioli, Girod, Linthicum, Olsen, Thatcher, Thomsen.
HB2322EnrollRenames position of State Medical Examiner to Chief Medical Examiner. Changes defined term "deputy medical examiner" to "medical-legal death investigator."
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2017-05-18
Speaker signed.
HB2357EnrollExtends provisions relating to contempt of court by corporations to other entities that are not natural persons. Declares emergency, effective on passage.].
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2017-05-18
Speaker signed.
HB2251EnrollProvides that person under 18 years of age may not be incarcerated in Department of Corrections institution.
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2017-05-17
President signed.
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