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SB303PassAmends, clarifies and creates consistency in statutes setting forth prohibitions and procedures related to minors possessing, purchasing, attempting to purchase or acquiring alcoholic beverages or marijuana items. Declares emergency, effective on pas...
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2017-04-21
Governor signed.
SB302PassRemoves provisions related to marijuana offenses from Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Moves crimes, penalties, defenses to crimes and procedural provisions in Uniform Controlled Substances Act that apply to marijuana offenses to Control and Regula...
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2017-04-21
Governor signed.
SB863PassProhibits marijuana retailers from recording, retaining and transferring type of information that is contained on passport, driver license, military identification card or other identification card that bears picture of person. Prohibits marijuana re...
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2017-04-19
Governor signed.
SB251PassDecreases amount of lottery prize payment above which Oregon State Lottery Commission must withhold personal income tax for payment to Department of Revenue. Becomes operative January 1, 2018. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2017-04-19
Governor signed.
HCR14PassCommends Tom Rumreich for his contributions to Oregon fisheries.
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2017-04-14
Filed with Secretary of State.
HB2601PassMakes nonsubstantive and technical changes in Oregon law. Corrects grammar and punctuation. Deletes obsolete provisions. Conforms language to existing statutes and legislative style.
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2017-04-13
Governor signed.
HB2255PassAuthorizes State Department of Agriculture to adopt recommended or required practices for ensuring safety of milk, fluid milk or dairy products. Removes prohibition on suspending use of fluid milk grade designation due to first violation of laws regu...
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2017-04-07
Chapter 16, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
HB2327PassRemoves guidance statement and framework of healthy streams partnership from description of Oregon Plan. Expands Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board to include representative of United States Fish and Wildlife Service as nonvoting member. Revises lang...
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2017-04-07
Chapter 14, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
HB2267PassProvides exemption from requirement to obtain medical imaging license if person uses sonographic equipment for sole purpose of ophthalmic sonography. Authorizes Board of Medical Imaging to impose maximum $100 fine on permit holder or licensee for adm...
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2017-04-07
Chapter 13, (2017 Laws): Effective date April 4, 2017.
SCR26PassRecognizes Newberg as Camellia City of Oregon.
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2017-04-07
Filed With Secretary of State.
HB2254PassExempts horticultural commodities and commodity packs from labeling requirements if commodity is being exported from United States and shipping container used to transport commodity or commodity pack is labeled as being for export only and as otherwi...
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2017-04-07
Chapter 12, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
SB55PassProvides that Office of Student Access and Completion may award total amount in Oregon Promise grants that exceeds $10 million per fiscal year during biennium ending June 30, 2017. Increases General Fund appropriation to Higher Education Coordinating...
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2017-04-06
Effective date, April 4, 2017.
HB2746PassRequires payment of refund value of 10 cents for certain beverage containers on and after April 1, 2017, regardless of refund value indicated on beverage container. Allows sale of beverage containers that do not indicate proper refund value on and af...
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2017-03-28
Chapter 8, (2017 Laws): Effective date March 28, 2017.
HB5020PassModifies projects for which issuance of certain general obligation bonds and revenue bonds is authorized for 2015-2017 biennium. Appropriates moneys from General Fund to _____ for biennial expenses.] Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or ...
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2017-03-28
Chapter 9, (2017 Laws): Effective date March 28, 2017.
HB5043PassLimits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts and reimbursements from federal service agreements, but excluding lottery funds and other federal funds, collected or received by Higher Education Coor...
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2017-03-28
Chapter 10, (2017 Laws): Effective date March 28, 2017.
SB5508PassIncreases and decreases certain biennial appropriations made from General Fund to specified state agencies and Emergency Board. Appropriates moneys from General Fund to _____ for biennial expenses.] Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or o...
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2017-03-28
Effective date, March 28, 2017.
SB146PassDesignates third Saturday in March of each year as Cherry Blossom Day. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-03-22
Effective date, March 17, 2017.
HB2257PassAllows Department of Education to waive, under limited circumstances, fee for publisher or supplier who submits textbook title or item of instructional material for review by State Board of Education. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-03-22
Chapter 5, (2017 Laws): Effective date March 20, 2017.
HB2328PassRenames State Board of Psychologist Examiners to Oregon Board of Psychology.
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2017-03-22
Chapter 6, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
SB319PassAuthorizes local governments to allow medical marijuana dispensaries and marijuana retailers licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission to be located within certain distance of schools. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-03-22
Effective date, March 20, 2017.
HCR18PassRecognizes National Speech and Debate Education Day.
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2017-03-14
Filed with Secretary of State.
HCR17PassEstablishes deadlines for completion of legislative measures for 2017 regular session of Seventy-ninth Legislative Assembly. Limits per diem payments.
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2017-02-07
Filed with Secretary of State.
SCR11PassAdjourns organizational session of Seventy-ninth Legislative Assembly. Provides that Seventy-ninth Legislative Assembly shall convene in regular session on February 1, 2017.
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2017-01-31
Filed With Secretary of State.
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