Oregon Representative Teresa Alonso Leon [D]

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ORHB2490IntroDirects Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries to appoint long term care wage board to examine factors that may present challenges to recruiting and retaining long term care employees. Prohibits employers from retaliating against long term ca...
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2019-05-29
[Hearing: May 29 @ 8:00 am]
To House Business and Labor Committee
ORHB3230IntroRequires insurance coverage of pelvic examinations and Pap smear examinations to include reimbursement for medical devices and items that clinician determines best suit needs of patient.
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2019-05-23
[Hearing: May 23 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Health Care Committee
ORHB3354IntroRequires local public health authorities and coordinated care organizations to provide funding to support school-based programs providing dental disease prevention services.
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2019-05-23
[Hearing: May 23 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Health Care Committee
ORHB3353IntroAllows nonprofit corporation that provides reduced-cost dental services to underserved populations, including individuals 55 years of age or older or individuals who require accessible facilities, to own, operate, conduct or maintain dental practice....
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2019-05-23
[Hearing: May 23 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Health Care Committee
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
[Hearing: May 22 @ 5:00 pm]
To House Transportation 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
[Hearing: May 22 @ 8:30 am]
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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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2019-05-22
[Hearing: May 22 @ 8:30 am]
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORHB3357IntroAllows dependent care income tax credit to be claimed for expenses to allow taxpayer or spouse to attend school as enrolled degree-seeking student. Limits expenses to combination of earned income taxable by Oregon and imputed income, using lesser amo...
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2019-05-22
[Hearing: May 22 @ 8:00 am]
To House Revenue Committee
ORSB543EngrossAuthorizes formation of children's service districts. Authorizes children's service districts to levy property taxes to fund programs that offer children's services. Defines "children's services" as services that support children's total health and w...
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2019-05-22
[Hearing: May 22 @ 1:00 pm]
To House Human Services and Housing Committee
ORSB725EngrossSpecifies charges or convictions that may not be considered in fitness determinations. Specifies types of licenses, certifications or employment for which conviction of certain crimes or charges, deferred sentences or pending indictments regarding ce...
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2019-05-21
[Hearing: May 21 @ 1:00 pm]
To House Judiciary Committee
ORHB2016EngrossRequires public employer to grant reasonable paid time to public employee who is designated representative to engage in certain activities. Requires public employer, upon request by exclusive representative, to authorize release time to designated re...
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2019-05-21
[Hearing: May 21 @ 8:00 am]
To Senate Workforce Committee
ORHB2326IntroProvides funding for grant program under which Department of Education awards grants to school districts for percentage of certain student transportation costs for which school district does not receive any amount in distributions from State School F...
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2019-05-21
[Hearing: May 21 @ 5:00 pm]
To Joint Student Success Committee
ORHB2967IntroDirects Department of Education to award grants to enable school districts to provide courses in computer science as part of career and technical education program. Directs Department of Education to conduct study to identify sources of stable and su...
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2019-05-21
[Hearing: May 21 @ 5:00 pm]
To Joint Student Success Committee
ORSB496EngrossProhibits school district from restricting access by alternative education students, English language learners or special education students to specialized learning areas and certain common areas. Requires school districts to ensure that all students...
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Education Committee
ORHB2935EngrossRequires pharmacies to notify person to whom prescription drug is dispensed of availability of prescription reader. Specifies criteria for prescription reader offered to person who is blind.] Requires pharmacies to provide prescription reader to pers...
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Health Care Committee
ORHB2999IntroDirects Department of Transportation to issue up to two individual disability parking placards or decals upon request.
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Transportation Committee
ORHB2658EngrossRequires manufacturer of prescription drugs to report to Department of Consumer and Business Services planned increase in price of certain prescription drugs at least 60 days before date of increase. Provides exceptions.
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Health Care Committee
ORSB870EngrossEnacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 3:00 pm]
To House Rules Committee
ORHB3280EngrossAlters commissioner composition of Higher Education Coordinating Commission by redesignating five current nonvoting positions as voting positions and by adding one additional position for graduate student attending public university.
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Education Committee
ORHB2014EngrossRestricts limitation on award of noneconomic damages to claims in actions for wrongful death. Corrects inaccurate reference for definition. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 8:30 am]
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORHB2571EngrossProvides that current or former foster child under 25 years of age is eligible for tuition waiver at institution of higher education if current or former foster child is enrolled in courses totaling one or more credit hours for purposes of pursuing i...
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2019-05-20
[Hearing: May 20 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Education Committee
ORHB2692PassRequires 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.
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
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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2019-05-17
Second reading.
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.
ORHB3310IntroProhibits school district, community college district and certain education service district elections from being conducted in manner that impairs ability of members of protected class to have equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice as ...
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2019-05-17
Second reading.
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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2019-05-17
Third reading as Special Order of Business. Carried by Smith Warner. Passed. Ayes, 55; Excused, 5--Findley, Greenlick, Hayden, Keny-Guyer, Wallan.
ORHB2563PassEstablishes 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.
ORHB3120EnrollProvides that individual may not be disqualified for unemployment insurance benefits for voluntarily leaving work, failing to apply for available suitable work or failing to accept suitable work, if individual or member of individual's immediate fami...
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2019-05-17
Speaker signed.
ORSB664EngrossRequires school districts to provide instruction about Holocaust and genocide beginning with 2020-2021 school year. Requires school districts to provide instruction about Holocaust and genocide beginning with 2020-2021 school year. Directs Department...
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2019-05-17
Carried over to May 20, 2019 Calendar by virtue of adjournment.
ORHB3214EngrossAllows person with hardship driver permit to provide necessary services to person or member of person's family.
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2019-05-17
To Senate Transportation Committee
ORSB485EnrollDirects Oregon Health Authority to collaborate with certain schools and facilities when developing plan for communication following suspected suicide. Directs schools attended by individual at time of individual's death to report to authority regardi...
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2019-05-17
Third reading. Carried by Helt. Passed. Ayes, 51; Nays, 3--Nearman, Post, Reschke; Excused, 5--Findley, Greenlick, Hayden, Keny-Guyer, Wallan; Excused for Business of the House, 1--Williamson.
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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2019-05-16
First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
ORHB2231EngrossProvides right to collectively bargain with State of Oregon to health care interpreters . Provides right to collectively bargain with State of Oregon to health care interpreters who receive compensation paid by state for providing interpretation serv...
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2019-05-16
Second reading.
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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2019-05-16
To House Health Care Committee
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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2019-05-16
To House Judiciary Committee
ORHB3030EnrollAllows 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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2019-05-16
President signed.
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
ORHB2660EnrollRemoves prohibition on payment of unemployment insurance benefits to nonprofessional employees of educational institution providing facilities or janitorial services for weeks of unemployment commencing during period between two successive academic y...
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2019-05-16
Third reading. Carried by Frederick. Passed. Ayes, 22; Nays, 6--Baertschiger Jr, Bentz, Boquist, Girod, Linthicum, Thomsen; Excused, 2--Olsen, Winters.
ORSB415EnrollAdds Department of Education employees, school district board members and public charter school governing body members to list of mandatory reporters of child abuse. Adds Department of Education employees, school district board members and public cha...
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2019-05-16
Third reading. Carried by Reardon. Passed. Ayes, 59; Excused for Business of the House, 1--Williamson.
ORHB2013EngrossProvides that person subject to certain court protective orders is prohibited from possessing firearms if person had opportunity to be heard on order and did not request hearing, failed to appear at hearing or withdrew request before hearing occurred...
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2019-05-16
To Senate Judiciary Committee
ORSB312EngrossRequires public universities and community colleges to charge resident tuition to Native Americans and Alaska Natives who graduated from Oregon high schools. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-05-15
To House Education Committee
ORHB3355IntroRemoves limit on number of chemicals Oregon Health Authority may include on list of high priority chemicals of concern in children's products. Removes requirement that authority grant waiver from requirement to remove or substitute certain chemical i...
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2019-05-14
To House Energy and Environment Committee
ORHB2908EngrossRequires division of Department of Human Services that administers Oregon Project Independence, in collaboration with area agencies, to study statewide expansion of Oregon Project Independence and resource needs of division if Oregon Project Independ...
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2019-05-14
To Joint Ways and Means 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
ORHB2011EngrossRequires specified professional regulatory boards to require persons authorized to practice professions regulated by board to complete cultural competency continuing education. Exempts from requirements persons who are retired or not actively practic...
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2019-05-13
To Senate Health Care Committee
ORHB2691PassEstablishes 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.
ORHB2973PassIncreases terms of office of advocacy commission members, from three to four years. Applies to terms of office beginning on or after effective date of Act.
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2019-05-10
Chapter 73, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
ORHB2609PassDirects 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.
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