Oregon Representative Jennifer Williamson [D]

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ORHB3440IntroRemoves special training requirement from statutes governing prescribing, dispensing and distributing naloxone. Specifies that Oregon Health Authority may use prescription monitoring information to determine whether practitioners are prescribing opio...
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2017-06-29
[Hearing: Jun 29 @ 8:30 am]
To House Human Services Committee
ORSB187IntroDirects Department of Education to reimburse education provider for expenses incurred from providing vision screenings. Establishes Vision Health Account for purpose of making reimbursements. Appropriates moneys to Department of Education for deposit...
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2017-06-28
Work Session held.
ORHB2103PassPermits licensed nurse practitioners to perform vasectomies.
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2017-06-28
Chapter 381, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
ORHB3391IntroRequires health benefit plan coverage of specified health care services, drugs, devices, products and procedures related to reproductive health. Allows exemption for plans sold to religious employers. Requires Oregon Health Authority to implement pro...
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2017-06-28
Returned to Full Committee.
ORHB3412IntroEstablishes Task Force on Assessments of Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Directs task force to submit report to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to education no later than January 1, 2018. Sunsets task force on June 30, 201...
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2017-06-28
Work Session held.
ORSB375EnrollDirects certain agencies to allow informational materials about human trafficking to be posted at roadside rest areas. Establishes Department of Transportation Human Trafficking Awareness Fund. Establishes State Parks and Recreation Department Human ...
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2017-06-28
Third reading. Carried by Meek. Passed.Ayes, 55; Excused, 1--Johnson; Excused for Business of the House, 4--Fahey, Nearman, Smith G, Speaker Kotek.
ORHB3078IntroModifies eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program. Authorizes Department of Corrections to increase reduction in term of imprisonment if inmate meets certain criteria related to participation in family program.] Authorizes court to...
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2017-06-28
To House Public Safety Committee
ORSB828EngrossRequires large employers in specified industries to provide new employee with estimated work schedule and to provide current employee with seven days' notice of employee work schedule. Requires large employers in specified industries to provide new e...
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2017-06-28
Second reading.
ORHB3207IntroProvides that portion of Interstate 5 shall be known as Atomic Veterans Memorial Highway.
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2017-06-27
Returned to Full Committee.
ORSB378PassAdds Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association to list of entities eligible for individual income tax return checkoff contribution. Provides conditions for use of contributions. Applies to individual income tax returns for tax years beginning on or a...
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2017-06-27
Governor signed.
ORSCR21PassCommemorates 69th anniversary of Vanport flood and remembers survivors and those who lost their lives.
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2017-06-26
Filed With Secretary of State.
ORSCR27PassRecognizes 2016 Oregon Women of Achievement for outstanding leadership and service to people of Oregon.
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2017-06-26
Filed With Secretary of State.
ORSCR2PassRecognizes 2015 Oregon Women of Achievement for outstanding leadership and service to people of Oregon.
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2017-06-26
Filed With Secretary of State.
ORHB2845EnrollDirects Department of Education to convene advisory group to develop statewide ethnic studies standards for adoption into existing statewide social studies standards for public kindergarten through grade 12. Directs department to adopt ethnic studies...
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2017-06-23
President signed.
ORSB1040PassEnsures that private sector labor organizations and employers throughout state may enter into union security agreements to full extent allowed by federal law. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-06-22
Effective date, June 14, 2017.
ORHB3438PassDirects Department of Corrections to include in inmate release plan information concerning transitional housing or treatment programs to which inmate has been accepted. Directs State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision to consider eligibility...
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2017-06-22
Governor signed.
ORSB795PassRequires medical assessment provider or law enforcement officer to contact victim advocate and make reasonable efforts to ensure that victim advocate is present and available at medical facility. Specifies what victim advocate is obligated to do and ...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
ORSB762PassExempts sexual assault victims and persons assisting sexual assault victims from arrest or prosecution for offense related to purchase or possession of alcoholic beverage by person under 21 years of age if evidence of offense was obtained because of ...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
ORSB261PassMakes evidence about sexual behavior or predisposition inadmissible in civil proceeding except under certain circumstances. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-06-22
Effective date, June 14, 2017.
ORHB2090PassProvides 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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2017-06-21
Chapter 145, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
ORHB3077PassProhibits 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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2017-06-21
Chapter 171, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
ORHB2114PassDirects 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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2017-06-21
Chapter 146, (2017 Laws): 90 days after Sine Die.
ORHB3449PassExtends 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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2017-06-21
Chapter 180, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
ORHB2927EngrossEnacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
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2017-06-21
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB3464EngrossProhibits public body from disclosing specified information concerning person unless required by state or federal law. Prohibits public body from inquiring concerning person's citizenship or immigration status except as required by state or federal l...
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2017-06-21
To Senate Rules Committee
ORSB846PassProhibits use of physical restraints in juvenile court proceedings on youth, youth offender or young person with exceptions. Prohibits use of physical restraints in transport] transportation of youth, youth offender, young person, ward or child in cu...
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2017-06-16
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
ORSB249PassEstablishes procedures for person to file motion to vacate judgment of conviction for prostitution if person was victim of sex trafficking at or around time of offense.
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2017-06-16
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
ORSB250PassCreates affirmative defense to crime of prostitution if, at time of alleged offense, defendant was victim of certain trafficking crimes.
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2017-06-16
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
ORHCR37EngrossCongratulates University of Oregon on its academic and athletic achievements.
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2017-06-14
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB3380EngrossModifies eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program. Directs Department of Corrections to establish process for selecting counties for program.
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2017-06-09
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB2673PassCreates alternative process for persons seeking to change name on vital record for purpose of affirming gender identity. Creates alternative process for persons seeking to change sex classification on vital record. Eliminates requirement for courts t...
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2017-05-30
Chapter 100, (2017 Laws): 90 days after Sine Die.
ORHJR10EngrossProposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to vest power of impeachment of statewide elected Executive Branch officials in House of Representatives and power to try impeachments in Senate. Requires three-fifths majority vote of House of Representative...
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2017-05-30
To Senate Rules Committee
ORSB1065IntroRequires gun dealer to substitute alternative fingerprint for criminal background check if firearm purchaser is unable to provide thumbprint. Restricts transfer of firearm by gun dealer or private party if Department of State Police is unable to dete...
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2017-05-23
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB3305EngrossIncludes travel trailers as vehicles that are subject to state's "lemon law." Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-22
To Senate Business and Transportation Committee
ORHB2945EngrossRequires incumbent holder of state office who seeks to be elected to same office to file nominating petition or declaration of candidacy not later than 77 days before date of primary election. Provides that if incumbent candidate for state office fil...
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2017-05-17
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB2567EngrossRequires employers with 100 or more employees to provide 60 days' notice to employees and certain officials before ceasing operations, relocating or ordering mass layoff involving 50 or more employees. Requires employers with 75] 100 or more employee...
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2017-05-15
To Senate Workforce Committee
ORHB2929IntroEstablishes subtraction from personal income taxes for amounts that taxpayers pay in student loan interest. Directs State Treasurer to establish student loan refinancing guarantee pilot program. Permits State Treasurer to enter into contracts with fi...
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2017-05-01
To House Revenue Committee
ORHB3087IntroCreates family and medical leave insurance program to provide covered employee with portion of wages while on family medical leave or military leave. Requires employer and employee contributions to fund program. Allows self-employed individuals to op...
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2017-04-24
To House Revenue Committee
ORHB3420IntroEnsures that private sector labor organizations and employers throughout state may enter into union security agreements to full extent allowed by federal law. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-04-21
To House Rules Committee
ORSB1046IntroEstablishes Health Care for All Oregon Board to develop, implement and oversee Health Care for All Oregon Plan to be administered by Oregon Health Authority. Provides comprehensive health care coverage to all individuals residing or working in Oregon...
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2017-04-20
To Senate Health Care Committee
ORSB1018IntroEstablishes Oregon Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Program within Department of Human Services. Establishes Oregon Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Committee for purpose of administering program.] advising department on implementing and admi...
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2017-04-13
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB2577EngrossRequires lobbyist statements filed with Oregon Government Ethics Commission to identify each bill or measure introduced before Legislative Assembly lobbyist lobbied on, whether lobbyist lobbied in favor of, in opposition to or for purpose of seeking ...
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2017-04-10
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB3417IntroRequires Public Defense Services Commission to adopt policies, procedures, standards and guidelines regarding providing immigration consultation to noncitizen public defense clients.
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2017-04-03
To House Judiciary Committee
ORHB3419IntroRequires member of Legislative Assembly who has relative or member of household receiving salary for serving on member's personal legislative staff to file statement with Oregon Government Ethics Commission naming each such relative or member of hous...
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2017-03-29
To House Rules Committee
ORSB888IntroRequires major political party candidate for President or Vice President of United States, in order to appear on primary or general election ballot and voters' pamphlet, either to provide Secretary of State with copy of candidate's federal income tax...
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2017-03-27
To Senate Rules Committee
ORHB2561IntroDirects Public Defense Services Commission to adopt policies providing for compensation of appointed counsel at rate commensurate with compensation of equivalent position within office of district attorney. Prohibits public defense services executive...
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2017-03-21
To Joint Ways and Means Committee
ORHB3347IntroDirects Department of Education to identify and adopt procedures for reporting and collecting data related to acts of harassment, intimidation or bullying and acts of cyberbullying.
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2017-03-13
To House Education Committee
ORHB3381IntroRequires prospective contractor to state in bid or proposal for public contract whether and extent to which prospective contractor will use conflict minerals in performing public contract and whether prospective contractor's disclosures, policies, pr...
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2017-03-13
To House Business and Labor Committee
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