Oregon Representative Jeff Helfrich [R]

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ORHB4160Engross
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Makes change for how long a person is considered a student for an act to be sexual conduct. Changes law on July 1, 2024. (Flesch Readability Score: 67.7). Modifies the length of time by which a person is considered a student for purposes of determini...
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2024-02-27
[Hearing: Feb 27 @ 3:00 pm]
To Senate Education Committee
ORHB4090Engross
50%
Removes EFSC power over a project that makes clean power or is a power line, is only on U.S. lands and is reviewed under NEPA. (Flesch Readability Score: 63.0). Prohibits the Energy Facility Siting Council from exercising jurisdiction over or requiri...
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2024-02-27
[Hearing: Feb 27 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Energy and Environment Committee
ORHB4115Engross
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The Act modifies a defined term under PECBA. The Act restricts the makeup of certain collective bargaining units. The Act takes effect as soon as it is passed. (Flesch Readability Score: 70.4). [Digest: The Act modifies a defined term under PECBA. (F...
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2024-02-26
[Hearing: Feb 26 @ 8:00 am]
To Senate Labor and Business Committee
ORHB4043Engross
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The Act creates a new crime of interfering with an animal cruelty investigation. The Act makes certain changes to current animal cruelty laws. The Act allows a person who is banned from owning or living with an animal to ask to change the ban. (Flesc...
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2024-02-26
[Hearing: Feb 26 @ 1:30 pm]
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORSB1562Intro
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The Act raises the amount of money that is put in a reserve fund every two years. It raises the maximum amount of money that can be held in the reserve fund. (Flesch Readability Score: 74.2). Increases the maximum amount of the biennial transfer to t...
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2024-02-22
To Senate Finance and Revenue Committee
ORHB4119Engross
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The Act adds protections for payments related to student athletes. The Act declares an emergency. The Act becomes law when the Governor signs it. (Flesch Readability Score: 64.7). Enhances the protections for post-secondary institutions of education,...
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2024-02-22
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB4071Intro
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The Act makes a task force to look at health professional regulatory boards. (Flesch Readability Score: 63.4). [Digest: Tells health care boards to give short-term permission to work. Starts January 1, 2025. (Flesch Readability Score: 60.7).] [Requir...
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2024-02-22
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB4058Engross
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The Act adds laws about residential property wholesalers. The Act changes laws about real estate licensees. The Act adds new defined terms. The Act defines "future right to list contract" and states that a real estate licensee may not take certain ac...
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2024-02-22
To Senate Housing and Development Committee
ORHB4107Intro
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The Act provides that payment for loss or injury to livestock or working dogs must be based on a multiplier of fair market value. The Act caps payment. The Act removes payment for lost livestock. (Flesch Readability Score: 69.3). Provides that compen...
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2024-02-20
To House Agriculture, Land Use, Natural Resources, and Water Committee
ORSB1579Intro
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The Act creates a new fund for a current grant program that provides moneys for child abuse response programs. The Act directs DOJ to create a one-time grant program to expand access to services and supports from CACs. The Act creates a task force to...
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2024-02-19
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB4156Intro
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The Act makes changes to crimes related to stalking. The Act also changes the definitions for stalking laws. The Act takes effect on July 1, 2024. (Flesch Readability Score: 61.3). Modifies definitions pertaining to stalking orders and stalking offen...
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2024-02-16
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB4056Intro
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The Act lets people claim a tax foreclosure surplus. (Flesch Readability Score: 75.5). Allows former owner, or their heirs or successors, to claim from the county any surplus from a property tax foreclosure. Establishes conditions and time limitation...
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2024-02-15
To House Revenue Committee
ORHB4161Intro
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Reduces the cap on students who can attend a virtual public charter school. Requires a school district to allow a student from another district to attend a school in the school district. Allows a student to have an education savings account. (Flesch ...
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2024-02-15
Motion to withdraw from Education failed. Ayes, 24; Nays, 34--Andersen, Bowman, Bynum, Chaichi, Dexter, Evans, Fahey, Gamba, Gomberg, Grayber, Hartman, Helm, Holvey, Hudson, Kropf, Levy E, Lively, Marsh, McLain, Nathanson, Nelson, Neron, Nguyen D, Nguyen H, Nosse, Pham H, Pham K, Reynolds, Ruiz, Sanchez, Sosa, Tran, Valderrama, Walters; Excused, 1--Javadi; Excused for Business of the House, 1--Speaker Rayfield.
ORHB4134Intro
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This Act makes DAS give money to cities for infrastructure to support housing. (Flesch Readability Score: 63.4). Requires the Oregon Department of Administrative Services to provide grants to cities for specified infrastructure projects that will ben...
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2024-02-14
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB4036Intro
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The Act addresses the use of drugs within this state. The Act increases the penalties for some drug offenses and creates new drug crimes. The Act also makes changes to treatment funding. The Act takes effect on the 91st day after sine die. (Flesch Re...
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2024-02-07
To Joint Addiction and Community Safety Response Committee
ORSB1555Intro
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The Act creates new drug crimes and increases penalties for some drug offenses. The Act makes other changes to Ballot Measure 110, including changes to treatment funding. The Act also creates a new diversion program and a process for setting aside ce...
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2024-02-07
To Joint Addiction and Community Safety Response Committee
ORHB4055Intro
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Raises the exemption and filing thresholds for the CAT tax. Starts with the tax year 2025. Becomes law 91 days from sine die. (Flesch Readability Score: 68.9). Increases the exempt amount and the filing threshold for purposes of the corporate activit...
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2024-02-05
To House Revenue Committee
ORHB4116Intro
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The Act makes some forensic science workers who work for OSP police officers under PERS. (Flesch Readability Score: 63.6). Provides that forensic scientists and evidence technicians employed by the Department of State Police qualify as police officer...
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2024-02-05
To House Emergency Management, General Government, and Veterans Committee
ORHB4120Intro
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The Act creates a grant program to help some people in custody with opioid addiction. The Act gives money to a state agency to fund the grant program. The Act tells the state agency to give a report to the state legislature by December 1, 2024. (Fles...
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2024-02-05
To House Judiciary Committee
ORHB4048Intro
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The Act relaxes housing standards, establishes a housing office to enforce housing laws, allows a new UGB amendment and limits counties' role in UGB amendments. The Act goes into effect when the Governor signs it. (Flesch Readability Score: 61.9). Re...
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2024-02-05
To House Housing and Homelessness Committee
ORHB4046Intro
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This Act allows rural residents to build an extra house for their families. (Flesch Readability Score: 63.4). Allows an occupying homeowner outside of an urban growth boundary to site one additional family dwelling unit on the tract of the home. Take...
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2024-02-05
To House Housing and Homelessness Committee
ORHB4062Intro
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The Act creates new drug crimes and increases penalties for some drug offenses. The Act makes other changes to Ballot Measure 110, including changes to treatment funding. The Act also creates a new diversion program and a process for setting aside ce...
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2024-02-05
To House Behavioral Health and Health Care Committee
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