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#1HB3283PassedAmends findings by Legislative Assembly regarding provision of care and treatment for impounded or seized animals. Revises provisions regarding defendant's payment of costs to provide animal with minimum care. Prohibits person convicted of animal neg...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 677, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 8, 2017.
#2SB90PassedTransfers information technology security functions of certain state agencies in executive branch to State Chief Information Officer. Establishes Oregon Cybersecurity Advisory Council in office of State Chief Information Officer. Directs State Chief ...
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2017-07-04
Chapter 513, 2017 Laws.
#3HB2045FailedAuthorizes Oregon Health Authority to waive or reduce inadvertent or unintentional overpayment of medical assistance claim for prescription drug. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#4SB98PassedRequires certain persons that service residential mortgage loans in this state to obtain or renew license. Specifies license application and renewal procedures and required fees. Prescribes duties of licensee and prohibits certain activities relating...
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2017-08-10
Effective date, August 2, 2017.
#5SJM2FailedApplies to Congress to call amendment convention for purpose of proposing amendments to United States Constitution that address campaign finance reform.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#6HB2908PassedCreates position of Veteran Volunteer Coordinator in Department of Veterans' Affairs and specifies responsibilities. Requires report to Legislative Assembly on or before September 15, 2020. Limits biennial expenditures from certain lottery moneys rec...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 665, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 8, 2017.
#7HB2005PassedProvides definitions relating to comparable work for purposes of pay equity provisions. Makes unlawful employment practice to discriminate in payment of wages against employee on basis of protected class. Makes unlawful employment practice to screen ...
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2017-06-21
Chapter 197, (2017 Laws): Effective date October 6, 2017.
#8HB2917FailedRequires state agencies and persons that contract with state agencies to use federal E-Verify employment verification system to verify employment eligibility of job applicants. Instructs state agencies to report use of E-Verify system to Oregon Depar...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#9SB1015PassedProvides that industrial hemp grower may transfer industrial hemp, and that industrial hemp handler may transfer industrial hemp concentrates and extracts, to marijuana processor licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission under certain circumstance...
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2017-07-04
Chapter 531, 2017 Laws.
#10HB2536FailedDirects Department of Education to develop professional development courses related to guidance and counseling programs, to make courses electronically available and to provide technical assistance and other training related to courses. Sunsets June ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#11HB2739FailedAllows cause of action against patent holder for genetically engineered organism present on land without permission of owner or lawful occupant. Allows court to award prevailing plaintiff costs, attorney fees and treble economic damages.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#12HB3464PassedProhibits 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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2017-08-18
Chapter 724, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 15, 2017.
#13HB2001FailedRepeals statewide prohibition on city and county ordinances regulating rents. Permits city or county to adopt rent stabilization program with certain restrictions. Imposes moratorium on rent increases greater than five percent for residential tenanci...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#14SB814FailedRequires State Department of Agriculture to conduct four-year pilot program for replacing noxious weeds that supply pollen and nectar to pollinating insects with noninvasive forage plants offering similar benefit for pollinating insects. Requires dep...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#15SB557FailedRepeals greenhouse gas emissions goals and requires Environmental Quality Commission to adopt by rule statewide greenhouse gas emissions goal for 2025, and limits for years 2035 and 2050. Requires Environmental Quality Commission to adopt carbon poll...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#16HB5006PassedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Emergency Board for allocations during biennium. Appropriates moneys from General Fund to specified state agencies for biennial expenses. Increases and decreases certain biennial appropriations made from Gener...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 702, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 15, 2017.
#17HB2922PassedIncreases surcharge collected for issuance of Crater Lake National Park registration plates. Becomes operative January 1, 2018. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-05-30
Chapter 87, (2017 Laws): Effective date May 17, 2017.
#18HB2013PassedModifies requirements for preschool program administered by Early Learning Division. Directs Early Learning Division to conduct evaluation related to accessibility and quality of early learning programs. Directs division to submit reports to interim ...
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2017-06-22
Chapter 280, (2017 Laws): Effective date June 14, 2017.
#19HB3295FailedRequires Department of Revenue to estimate projected amount of revenue, attributable to net capital gain, to be received by department for current tax year and to estimate amount received for previous tax year. Directs department to calculate standar...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#20HB3440PassedRemoves special training requirement from statutes governing prescribing, dispensing and distributing naloxone. Specifies that reimbursing cost of medication prescribed for purpose of treating opioid or opiate withdrawal does not require prior author...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 683, (2017 Laws): Effective date October 6, 2017.
#21HB2517FailedProvides that Director of the Oregon Health Authority may enter into agreements governing sharing and use of information reported to prescription monitoring program with regulatory authorities of other states that administer prescription monitoring p...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#22HB2240FailedProhibits landlord from terminating month-to-month tenancy without cause. Allows landlord to terminate month-to-month tenancy without cause under certain circumstances or if landlord provides tenant with relocation assistance equal to three months' r...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#23HB2232FailedRequires 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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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#24HB3423PassedExempts person serving in Oregon National Guard from requirement to enroll in community college courses within six months of attaining previous highest level of education in order to qualify for Oregon Promise grant, provided that person enrolls in c...
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2017-06-28
Chapter 410, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
#25HB2379FailedAdds status as peace officer or firefighter to list of characteristics of victim of crimes of intimidation in the second degree and intimidation in the first degree.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#26HB2043FailedAppropriates moneys for 2017-2019 biennium to State Department of Agriculture for purpose of carrying out weed control programs. Declares emergency, effective July 1, 2017.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#27HB2134PassedChanges process by which Public Utility Commission collects moneys from electric companies for purposes related to low-income electric bill payment assistance. Raises amount that may be collected from $15 million to $20 million. Takes effect on Janua...
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2017-06-21
Chapter 200, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 2, 2018.
#28SB913FailedModifies provisions relating to Public Employees Retirement System. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#29SB1050PassedProvides that presumptive sentence for certain sex crimes is life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole if defendant has certain prior conviction at time of offense. Authorizes court to impose lesser sentence under rules of Oregon Cri...
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2017-08-11
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#30SB1070IntroducedRequires Environmental Quality Commission to adopt carbon pollution market by rule. Requires commission to consult with certain interested persons and be advised by advisory committee in adopting rules. Establishes Greenhouse Gas Cap and Investment P...
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2017-07-07
At President's desk upon adjournment.
#31HB3461PassedProvides Attorney General with increased enforcement authority over contraband cigarette sales in conjunction with nonparticipating manufacturer adjustment settlement related to tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. Imposes joint and several liability...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 687, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 8, 2017.
#32HB3458PassedDirects employer in specified industries to pay greater of daily or weekly overtime when employee is eligible for both in same workweek. Defines "workweek" for purposes of calculating weekly hours worked. Declares that employer satisfies certain over...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 685, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 8, 2017.
#33SB993PassedDesignates August 7 of each year as Oregon Purple Heart Recognition Day.
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#34SB545FailedRequires state agencies to use federal E-Verify employment verification system to verify employment eligibility of job applicants. Instructs state agencies to report use of E-Verify system to Oregon Department of Administrative Services. Requires dep...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#35SB508PassedProvides that images of dead bodies that are part of law enforcement agency investigation are exempt from disclosure as public record if disclosure would create unreasonable invasion of privacy of family of deceased person. Creates exception if publi...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#36HB2570FailedDirects Housing and Community Services Department to establish Affordable Homeownership Grant Program to provide grants to eligible nonprofit organizations with affordable homeownership programs to provide opportunities for homeownership to persons i...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#37HB2633PassedClarifies that statutes regulating sexual abuse specific treatment apply to provision of sexual abuse specific treatment to any person. Allows Health Licensing Office to issue certification as secondary associate sex offender therapist to qualified a...
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2017-07-13
Chapter 421, (2017 Laws): Effective date June 22, 2017.
#38SB147PassedDirects Department of Consumer and Business Services to develop and report, no later than September 15, 2017, recommendations to Legislative Assembly and interim committees related to health for program to reimburse costs of oral health care for low-...
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2017-06-16
Effective date, June 6, 2017.
#39HB2636FailedModifies annual salaries of judges of Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Oregon Tax Court and circuit courts. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#40HB2338PassedSpecifies only one monthly benefit rate for children of deceased worker and uniform duration of benefits for children under 19 years of age. Specifies benefit for period of not more than 48 months for children and dependents of deceased worker who ar...
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2017-05-30
Chapter 71, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
#41HB2808FailedDirects Department of State Police to study reasons for certain denials of concealed handgun license applications and report results to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before February 1, 2019. Sunsets January 2, ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#42HB2790FailedRequires public body, before entering into legal services agreement that includes contingency fee arrangement with private legal counsel, to estimate fiscal impact of legal services agreement. Specifies provisions that legal services agreement must h...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#43SB729FailedDirects Oregon Department of Administrative Services to study public records. Requires report to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to public records. Sunsets January 2, 2018. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#44SJM7PassedRequests that Congress authorize and appropriate funding for United States Coast Guard's air facility in Newport in perpetuity.
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2017-05-26
Filed With Secretary of State.
#45HB2019FailedRequires Department of Revenue to submit to Legislative Revenue Officer information from Oregon tax returns about certain corporations doing business in Oregon. Requires Legislative Revenue Officer to make information available in public report. Spec...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#46SB893FailedPermits expressly identified agent, pursuant to lawfully executed advance directive and in accordance with Oregon Death with Dignity Act, to collect and administer prescribed medication for purpose of ending patient's life in humane and dignified man...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#47SB980PassedRequires manufacturer to compensate manufacturer's franchisee for all labor and parts manufacturer requires franchisees to use to perform repairs on vehicles that are subject to recall. Requires manufacturer to compensate dealer at prorated rate of a...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#48SB1016FailedCreates position of State Ombudsman, appointed by Governor. Defines duties and authority of ombudsman. Abolishes Office of Children's Advocate, Compensation and Conservation Ombudsman, position of Corrections Ombudsman, Oregon Health Authority positi...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#49HB3373FailedAppropriates moneys to Housing and Community Services Department and Department of Land Conservation and Development to employ two full-time equivalent employees to perform services relating to increasing availability of affordable housing. Declares ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#50HB3358PassedDirects Department of Education to convene advisory group related to English language learner programs. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-06-28
Chapter 408, (2017 Laws): Effective date June 20, 2017.
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