Oregon Representative Chris Gorsek [D]

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ORHB3029IntroProvides that municipal bank is not required to obtain deposit insurance from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Provides that municipal bank may act as depository or custodian of public funds under certain conditions.
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2019-06-05
[Hearing: Jun 5 @ 8:00 am]
To House Business and Labor Committee
ORSB809EngrossRequires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to prescribe by rule criteria to be considered in making fitness determination findings of abuse. Requires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to prescribe by rule...
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2019-05-24
[Hearing: May 24 @ 9:00 am]
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORSB431IntroCreates urban flood safety and water quality district in portion of Multnomah County within urban growth boundary adopted by Metro, for purposes of acquiring, purchasing, constructing, improving, operating and maintaining infrastructure in order to p...
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2019-05-23
To Senate Finance and Revenue Committee
ORHB2601EnrollLimits guardian's authority to limit protected person's preferred associations with third parties. Permits interested person to move court to review guardian's power to limit protected person's associations and requires court to conduct hearing. Perm...
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2019-05-23
President signed.
ORSB698EngrossDirects State Board of Pharmacy to adopt rules to require prescription drugs for specified persons be labeled or dispensed with informational insert in English and other language. Requires pharmacists to label prescription drugs in language other tha...
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2019-05-23
Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed B-Engrossed.
ORHB2841EngrossAllows State Department of Fish and Wildlife to refuse disclosure of information relevant to department ability to manage or protect described fish or wildlife species or individual members or populations of species. Creates exceptions. Exempts infor...
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2019-05-23
To Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee
ORHB2883EngrossProhibits food vendor from using polystyrene container in selling, offering for sale, serving or dispensing prepared food to public. Allows Department of Environmental Quality to impose civil penalty of not more than $250 per day.] Becomes operative ...
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2019-05-23
To Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee
ORHB2892EnrollAllows student to wear dress uniform issued by Armed Forces of United States during high school graduation ceremony if certain conditions are met. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-05-23
Third reading. Carried by Heard. Passed. Ayes, 28; Excused, 2--Olsen, Winters.
ORHB3201EngrossProvides that agreement for deferred resolution of criminal cases may not contain requirement that defendant enter plea of guilty or no contest. Applies to diversion offered by district attorney, conditional discharge for controlled substance offense...
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2019-05-23
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORHB3261EnrollModifies requirement to record interview with person under 18 years of age to include custodial interviews conducted inside law enforcement facility by peace officer, school resource officer or special campus security officer of investigations into m...
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2019-05-23
Third reading. Carried by Manning Jr. Passed. Ayes, 21; Nays, 7--Baertschiger Jr, Bentz, Boquist, Girod, Linthicum, Thatcher, Thomsen; Excused, 2--Olsen, Winters.
ORHB2227PassModifies list of mandatory reporters of suspected child abuse to include animal control officers.
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2019-05-22
Governor signed.
ORSB726EngrossMakes unlawful employment practice for employer to enter agreement that would prevent employee from disclosing or discussing conduct that constitutes unlawful discrimination, including sexual assault. Makes unlawful employment practice for employer t...
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2019-05-22
Second reading.
ORSB829EngrossRequires that, to extent provided by Oregon Liquor Control Commission rules, if appellation of origin on wine label is American viticultural area in Oregon that is in larger American viticultural area, label must also identify larger American viticul...
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2019-05-22
Second reading.
ORHB3030PassAllows professional licensing board to issue nonrenewable temporary authorization to spouse of member of Armed Forces of United States stationed in Oregon and who holds eligible out-of-state authorization to provide occupational or professional servi...
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2019-05-22
Governor signed.
ORSB859EngrossExempts graduate students at public universities who qualify for tuition equity from having to pay nonresident tuition. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-05-22
Carried over to May 23, 2019 Calendar by virtue of adjournment.
ORHB2015IntroEliminates requirement that person provide proof of legal presence before Department of Transportation issues noncommercial driver license, noncommercial driver permit or identification card. Becomes operative January 1, 2021. Declares emergency, eff...
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2019-05-22
To House Transportation Committee
ORHB3224EngrossDirects district attorney of each county to, no later than December 1, 2020, develop and adopt policies relating to discovery, charging decisions and case disposition and to make policies available to public on website. Requires review and readoption...
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2019-05-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORHB3216EngrossCreates civil cause of action against person who knowingly summons police officer for reason other than suspected criminal activity with intent to cause specified harm. Creates offense of unlawfully summoning a police officer. Punishes by maximum of ...
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2019-05-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORSB456IntroProhibits State Board of Education, school district or public charter school from requiring student to pass test to demonstrate proficiency in Essential Learning Skills in order to receive diploma. Directs school district or public charter school tha...
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2019-05-21
To Joint Student Success Committee
ORHB2328IntroModifies culpable mental state for crime of unauthorized use of a vehicle when person takes, operates, exercises control over or otherwise uses vehicle, boat or aircraft without consent of owner.
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2019-05-21
To House Public Safety Committee
ORHB2631IntroDirects Department of Corrections, in cooperation with Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, to establish pilot program to provide legal services that assist women who are incarcerated at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility to reenter and reintegrate in...
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2019-05-21
To House Public Safety Committee
ORSB943EngrossAllows development of parsonage on land where nonresidential place of worship is allowed use.
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2019-05-21
To House Agriculture and Land Use Committee
ORHB2834EngrossRequires State Department of Fish and Wildlife, in cooperation with Department of Transportation, to develop Wildlife Corridor Action Plan for use by state agencies. Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife, in consultation] cooperation with De...
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2019-05-21
To Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee
ORHCR35EngrossRecognizes 2019 as International Year of the Salmon and expresses support for associated global initiative affirming importance of wild salmon.
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2019-05-21
To Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee
ORSB52EnrollRequires school district to adopt policy requiring comprehensive district plan on student suicide prevention. Requires school district to adopt policy requiring comprehensive district plan on student suicide prevention. Prescribes requirements of pol...
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2019-05-20
Speaker signed.
ORSB507EngrossSpecifies certain presumptions as to compensability of covered employee's claim of benefits under workers' compensation law for death, disability or impairment of health . Specifies certain presumptions as to cause of] compensability of covered empl...
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2019-05-20
To House Rules Committee
ORSB576EnrollImposes certain requirements related to private security providers who contract with or are employed by institutions of higher education to provide private security services on campus and special campus security officers commissioned by governing boa...
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2019-05-20
Speaker signed.
ORHB2652EnrollRequires outfitters and guides to rent, sell or otherwise make available helmets to all passengers on any section of waters rated as class III or higher on commonly accepted scale of river difficulty. Requires outfitters and guides to rent, sell or o...
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2019-05-20
President signed.
ORHB3249EnrollProvides that client has right to privately communicate with lawyer and representative of lawyer. Provides that evidence derived from privileged confidential communication is inadmissible in certain proceedings if confidential communication was obtai...
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2019-05-20
President signed.
ORSCR31PassExpresses support for tribal recognition, self-determination and economic independence.
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2019-05-20
Filed With Secretary of State.
ORHB3022EngrossProvides that diagnostic services are compensable under workers' compensation law after industrial accident or occupational disease has been determined to be compensable and if diagnostic services are reasonable and necessary to identify nature or ex...
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2019-05-17
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB2625PassDirects 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.
ORHB3391IntroDirects Department of Education to coordinate with Oregon career and technical student organizations in support of organizations. Establishes grant program for purpose of allowing school districts to provide summer career and technical student organi...
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2019-05-16
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORSB831EngrossRequires that, to extent provided in Oregon Liquor Control Commission rules, wine using American viticultural area in this state as appellation of origin or implying American viticultural area as source be produced entirely from grapes grown in that ...
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2019-05-15
To House Economic Development Committee
ORSB830EngrossRequires that, to extent provided by Oregon Liquor Control Commission rules, if wine labeled with American viticultural area in Oregon is labeled with single grape variety as type designation, wine must meet specified content requirements. Requires t...
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2019-05-15
To House Economic Development Committee
ORHCR33IntroUrges Governor and state agencies to work with legislators, tribal governments, water stakeholders and others in cooperative process to create comprehensive state water vision.
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2019-05-15
To House Rules Committee
ORHB2932EngrossProhibits court from inquiring into defendant's immigration status or requiring defendant to disclose defendant's immigration status at time of plea or at any other time during criminal proceeding. Requires court to allow defendant, upon request, add...
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2019-05-13
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORHB3432IntroRequires amendment of state building code to include special inspections to detect construction defects in exterior waterproofing system of common property of homeowners association, residential dwelling in planned community served by homeowners asso...
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2019-05-13
To House Rules Committee
ORSB424PassRequires law enforcement agency to establish mental health wellness policy for addressing issues related to mental health wellness of law enforcement officers employed by agency.
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2019-05-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
ORSB423PassProhibits 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.
ORHCR37IntroCommends Mt. Hood Community College and Sandy River Watershed Council for collaborative work in improving fish habitat.
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2019-05-08
To House Rules Committee
ORHB2334PassMakes violation of permit requirements for service of alcoholic beverages punishable by maximum of $1,000 fine.
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2019-05-06
Chapter 44, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
ORHB2603PassDirects Department of Transportation to study train delays experienced by trains operated by Amtrak and report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to transportation on or before September 15, 2020. Directs Department of ...
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2019-05-06
Chapter 47, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
ORHB3435IntroEstablishes additional permissible periods for permits to sell consumer fireworks at retail. Increases civil penalty for most violations of fireworks laws to be minimum of $500 and maximum of $5,000. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sin...
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2019-05-02
To House Judiciary Committee
ORHJM3PassUrges Congress to fully fund federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
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2019-04-30
Filed with Secretary of State.
ORHB2509EngrossProhibits retail establishments from providing single-use checkout bags to customers, except in certain cases. Prohibits restaurants from providing single-use checkout bags to customers. Requires retail establishments to charge not less than five cen...
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2019-04-30
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB3263IntroDirects State Board of Education, in consultation with State Library, to adopt standards for school library program and academic content standards for library and media studies. Prescribes required components of standards.
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2019-04-24
To House Education Committee
ORHB2949EngrossAuthorizes governing body of county with population of more than 570,000 to set maximum dollar amount of $25,000 or more, or dollar amount adopted by county, for total assessed value of all of taxpayer's manufactured structures taxable as personal pr...
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2019-04-23
To Senate Finance and Revenue Committee
ORHB2688IntroRequires original equipment manufacturer to make available to owner of digital electronic equipment or independent repair provider on fair and reasonable terms any part, tool, service manual or other device, implement or information that original equ...
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2019-04-22
To House Business and Labor Committee
ORHB2505IntroRequires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock or in locked container except in specified circumstances. Punishes violation by maximum of $500 fine. If minor obtains unsecured firearm as result of violation, punis...
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2019-04-19
To House Rules Committee
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