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SB109PassSpecifies that certain documents prepared by or for internal use of financial institutions are not real estate appraisal activity requiring preparer of document to carry real estate appraiser certification, license or registration. Provides that real...
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
SB43PassAuthorizes State Board of Geologist Examiners to adopt rules prescribing continuing education requirements.
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
HB2040PassAdds four members to Traditional Health Workers Commission. Adds two] four members to Traditional Health Workers Commission.
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
SB136PassRemoves 10-day supply limitation on prescriptions for certain controlled substances issued by certified registered nurse anesthetists. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
SB71PassAllows use of sedative and analgesic medications when euthanizing animals.
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
SB128PassDirects Board of Medical Imaging to issue permit to supervise fluoroscopy to qualified advanced practice registered nurse. Authorizes Board of Medical Imaging, Oregon State Board of Nursing and Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules. Declares emergen...
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
HB2094PassPermits contracting agency to consider at any time before executing public contract with bidder or proposer whether bidder or proposer owes liquidated and delinquent debt to state. Permits contracting agency to consider at any time before executing p...
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2019-05-20
Governor signed.
HB2071PassModifies eligibility for hunting tags for female mountain sheep.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 103, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2625PassDirects Department of State Police to study how to increase and improve criminal justice resources relating to missing and murdered Native American women in Oregon and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no la...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 119, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 14, 2019.
HB2692PassRequires Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee to publish on website of Oregon Health Authority within seven days recommendations concerning Practitioner-Managed Prescription Drug Plan. Requires Director of the Oregon Health Authority to make decision ...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 111, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 13, 2019.
HB2069PassRemoves requirement that State Fish and Wildlife Commission issue unallocated game mammal hunting tags in order requested.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 101, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2563PassEstablishes Newborn Bloodspot Screening Advisory Board in Oregon Health Authority. Directs Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules requiring infants to be screened to detect certain diseases.] Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.] ...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 109, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 13, 2019.
HB2096PassPermits court to withhold all or part of attorney fees to person who prevails against Oregon Government Ethics Commission in contested case proceeding if court finds that commission's action was substantially justified or that special circumstances e...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 116, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB3205PassExpands Telecommunication Devices Access Program to include provision of communication facilitators.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 113, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2451PassEliminates mandatory inspection of onions. Repeals multiple horticultural commodity provisions specific to onions.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 108, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2093PassPermits Oregon Department of Administrative Services to contract with other entity, and to participate in, sponsor, conduct or administer cooperative procurements, for purpose of acquiring, installing, maintaining or operating devices or facilities t...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 104, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB2593PassConforms Oregon law related to expression of milk in workplace to federal law. Eliminates] Limits to employers with 10 or fewer employees exemption from providing rest periods for expression of milk in workplace if granting rest period imposes undue ...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 118, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB2070PassAuthorizes State Department of Fish and Wildlife to accept payment for products and services by credit card. Allows department to collect additional fee for customer purchases made by credit card. Allows State Fish and Wildlife Commission agent that ...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 102, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2524PassRequires long term care facilities, residential facilities and adult foster homes to provide residents with information developed by Long Term Care Ombudsman describing availability and services of Long Term Care Ombudsman. Excuses Long Term Care Omb...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 117, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 14, 2019.
HB2992PassEstablishes as condition of enforceability of noncompetition agreement that employer provide signed, written copy of terms of agreement to employee within 30 days after termination of employee's employment. Establishes as condition of enforceability ...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 121, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB3218PassLimits time during which Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board may commence disciplinary proceedings. Modifies statute of limitations for actions arising out of real estate appraisal activity and appraisal review.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 114, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2682PassClarifies that bicycle lane exists in intersection if bicycle lane is marked on opposite sides of intersection in same direction of travel. Clarifies that bicycle lane continues in and through intersection where markings are interrupted by intersecti...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 120, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2419PassPermits Department of Consumer and Business Services to issue licenses and conduct criminal records checks through Nationwide Multistate Licensing System. Requires certain applicants for licenses department issues to submit fingerprints for individua...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 106, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB2375PassRequires district attorney to include sexual assault nurse examiner or hospital representative in sexual assault response team organized by district attorney to adopt protocols addressing response to sexual assault victims. Requires hospitals and ped...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 105, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2430PassEliminates sunset date of Public Records Advisory Council.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 107, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2068PassIncreases percentage of nonresident tags issued for hunting of black bear and cougar within particular area that may be issued by drawing. Increases percentage of nonresident tags issued for hunting of black bear ,] and cougar and antelope] within pa...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 100, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB5004PassLimits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or received by Oregon Department of Aviation. Limits biennial expenditures by department from...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 115, (2019 Laws): Effective date July 1, 2019.
HB2037PassAllows Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board to make available long term care insurance plans at boards' discretion rather than as statutory requirement.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 98, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2568PassDirects Oregon Department of Administrative Services to conduct review of CASA Volunteer Programs and report results of review and make recommendations for legislation to Legislative Assembly. Directs Oregon Department of Administrative Services to c...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 110, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB3061PassAllows political subdivision to convey real property to nonprofit, municipal or private corporation for purpose of providing broadband service. Requires instrument conveying real property to authorize reversion of property to political subdivision if...
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2019-05-17
Chapter 112, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 13, 2019.
HB2067PassRemoves sunset dates for Oregon Landowner Damage Program and access and habitat programs. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2019-05-17
Chapter 99, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB3427PassEstablishes Fund for Student Success. Directs Department of Education to conduct study to examine best methods for funding state's system of kindergarten through grade 12 public education.] Directs department to submit report to interim committee of ...
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2019-05-16
Governor signed.
SB39PassReplaces exemption from laws regulating practice of engineering, land surveying and photogrammetric mapping with exemption from registration requirement. Modifies exemption of employee or subordinate of registered professional engineer from statutes ...
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2019-05-13
Governor signed.
SB31PassPermits Oregon Public Guardian and Conservator to establish county, regional and statewide high-risk teams to identify options available for addressing safety risks facing highly vulnerable adults. Permits Oregon Public Guardian and Conservator to es...
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2019-05-13
Governor signed.
SB9PassAllows pharmacists to prescribe and dispense emergency refills of insulin and associated insulin-related devices and supplies. Defines "insulin" and "insulin-related devices and supplies." Prohibits person from receiving more than three emergency ref...
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2019-05-13
Governor signed.
SB50PassExempts from Public Contracting Code timber sales from lands that State Parks and Recreation Commission or State Parks and Recreation Department owns or manages. Increases value at which State Parks and Recreation] department must offer forest produc...
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2019-05-10
Effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
SB686PassAllows athlete agents to pay for certain expenses in connection with recruiting and signing student athletes.
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2019-05-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
HB2609PassDirects Oregon Health Authority to disclose certain patient information to dental directors for specified purposes. Requires prescription monitoring system established by Oregon Health Authority to be accessible to dental director appointed by author...
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2019-05-10
Chapter 53, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 2, 2019.
SB509PassRepeals crime of unlawfully transporting hay.
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2019-05-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
HB2488PassProhibits state government from accepting payments using cryptocurrency. Prohibits candidates for public office from accepting campaign contributions using cryptocurrency.] Prohibits contributions to political candidate, political committee or petiti...
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2019-05-10
Chapter 50, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2589PassClarifies that sexual orientation is not considered physical or mental impairment and that individual does not have disability solely by reason of individual's sexual orientation. Clarifies that sexual orientation and transgender status are] is not c...
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2019-05-10
Chapter 71, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 6, 2019.
HB2236PassAllows farm tractors to operate on state highways that have speed limit or posted speed of more than 35 miles per hour.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 59, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2428PassProvides that masturbation while in, or in view of, public place constitutes crime of public indecency. Punishes by maximum of 364 days' imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Punishes by maximum of five years' imprisonment, $125,000 fine, or both, if p...
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2019-05-10
Chapter 65, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB2638PassModifies membership of Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission. Modifies membership and chairperson] of Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 54, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2240PassAuthorizes State Court Administrator to establish Central Violations Bureau and designate employees to act as violations clerks. Specifies authority of violations clerks. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 60, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
SB423PassProhibits law enforcement agencies from employing person as law enforcement officer unless person has completed psychological screening to determine person's fitness to serve as law enforcement officer. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment ...
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2019-05-10
Effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
HB2058PassEliminates reexamination administration fee for pesticide applicators and pesticide consultants.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 84, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2043PassClarifies that Record of Emergency Data form completed by member of Armed Forces of United States serves as written signed instrument to direct disposition of remains upon death of member.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 83, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB2691PassEstablishes statutory authority for Oregon Psychiatric Access Line program operated by Oregon Health and Science University and financed by Legislative Assembly through appropriations. Requires psychiatrists providing advice to primary care providers...
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2019-05-10
Chapter 87, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
HB3376PassProvides that federally recognized Indian tribes in Oregon may apply for grants under emergency preparedness equipment grant program.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 89, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
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