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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1SB719PassedCreates process for obtaining extreme risk protection order prohibiting person from possessing deadly weapon when court finds that person presents risk in near future, including imminent risk, of suicide or causing injury to another person. Establish...
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2017-08-23
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#2SB895FailedExpands eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program to include defendants who are pregnant or who have custody of child at time of sentencing. Removes criminal history restriction for program. Directs Department of Corrections to esta...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#3HB2907FailedProvides that specialized building inspector authorized by, but not employed by, municipality to administer and enforce parts of state building code specialty code is appointee of municipality for purpose of inspector certification statutes. Expands ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#4SCR10PassedRecognizes and honors Reserve Deputy Robert Milton Riley (1922-1958) for his service to this state.
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2017-06-20
Filed With Secretary of State.
#5SB35PassedIncreases threshold amount that must be met before person is required to submit motor vehicle accident report.
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2017-06-08
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#6SB518FailedDirects State Board of Pharmacy to conduct study for purpose of determining whether plant mitragyna speciosa and drug derivatives of plant should be scheduled as controlled substance. Sunsets January 2, 2019. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#7HB5033PassedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Public Defense Services Commission for certain biennial expenses. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal fun...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 582, (2017 Laws): Effective date July 19, 2017.
#8HB2648PassedAdds school social worker to list of professions included in school-based system for which school district or education service district may receive moneys for decreasing rates of school absenteeism. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-06-21
Chapter 137, (2017 Laws): Effective date May 24, 2017.
#9HB3078PassedModifies eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program. Authorizes court to consider program eligibility as mitigating factor justifying downward departure probation sentence. Increases maximum period of short-term transitional leave fo...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 673, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 8, 2017.
#10SB939FailedDirects Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding licensing of child welfare service providers no later than July 1, 2018. Requires department to submit report regarding study to interim legislative committees no later than No...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#11SB381PassedRequires certain notices related to real estate loans to be mailed to all addresses on file for recipient, including post office boxes.
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2017-06-16
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#12HB3231FailedAuthorizes governing bodies of cities and counties to jointly form district for purposes of acquisition, design, construction, reconstruction, installation, operation, maintenance and repair of limited-access public highway projects within district b...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#13HB3420FailedEnsures 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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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#14SB5530PassedIncreases amount of lottery bonds authorized to be issued for Oregon Business Development Department and Housing and Community Services Department. Authorizes issuance of various other lottery bonds. Establishes funds, or provides for deposit of mone...
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2017-08-23
Effective date, August 15, 2017.
#15HB3288PassedRequires each public university to submit to Higher Education Coordinating Commission report identifying causes of increases in administrative positions and other cost drivers at university. Requires each public university to submit to Higher Educati...
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2017-07-13
Chapter 435, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
#16HB3372PassedRequires coordinated care organization to provide initial health assessment on child enrolled in coordinated care organization no later than 60 days after date that Oregon Health Authority notifies coordinated care organization that child has been ta...
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2017-06-21
Chapter 277, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
#17HB3428FailedEnrolls specified public employees in coordinated care organizations. Authorizes enrollment of other individuals not otherwise eligible to enroll in coordinated care organizations. Abolishes Oregon Educators Benefit Board. Incorporates duties of Oreg...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#18HB5040PassedDirects Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board to allocate moneys from Watershed Conservation Operating Fund to various state agencies to implement Article XV, section 4b, of Oregon Constitution. Limits biennial expenditures by board from federal funds a...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 586, (2017 Laws): Effective date July 19, 2017.
#19SB253PassedRequires institutions of higher education to provide to each applicable student information detailing amount of education loans received, amount of tuition and fees student has paid to institution, estimate of total payoff amount of education loans s...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#20SJM2FailedApplies 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.
#21SB221PassedRevises requirements for approval of educator preparation programs. Allows programs to phase in implementation of requirements. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2017-06-22
Effective date, June 14, 2017.
#22HJM1FailedUrges Congress to call convention for purpose of proposing amendments to United States Constitution consistent with principles that corporations are not people and money is not speech.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#23HB2680FailedDefines systems that use waste heat to produce energy as renewable energy production systems for which applicants may receive grants from State Department of Energy to install or construct. Extends sunset for tax credit auction program for renewable ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#24SB629FailedRequires state agencies to carry out delegated duties in least costly manner. Allows petition to be filed in circuit court to challenge whether rule carries out agency's duties in least costly manner and whether agency took steps to reduce significan...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#25HB5046FailedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to _____ for biennial expenses. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or received by _______....
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#26SB324FailedAllows governing body of local government to withdraw all or part of territory of local government from Tri-Met. Prohibits increase in payroll tax to extent increase is intended to offset revenue lost due to withdrawal of territory. Takes effect on 9...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#27SB135FailedAuthorizes law enforcement agencies to establish sobriety checkpoints. Takes effect only if Senate Joint Resolution 1 (2017) is approved by people at next regular general election. Takes effect on effective date of constitutional amendment proposed i...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#28HB2438FailedRequires Department of Human Services to operate pilot project, subject to approval by United States Department of Agriculture, to prohibit purchase of foods of minimal nutritional value, as defined by United States Department of Agriculture, using S...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#29HB5021PassedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Long Term Care Ombudsman for biennial expenses. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts and federal Older Americans Act funds received from Department...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 579, (2017 Laws): Effective date July 19, 2017.
#30SB472FailedRequires State Parks and Recreation Commission to develop wayside memorial to Senator Alan Bates adjacent to certain segment of Rogue Scenic Waterway. Prohibits certain placer mining using motorized equipment within certain segment of Rogue Scenic Wa...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#31SB493PassedCreates new manner of committing crime of assault in the fourth degree when person with criminal negligence causes serious physical injury to vulnerable user of public way by means of motor vehicle. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,...
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2017-06-22
Effective date, January 1, 2018.
#32HB2246PassedExpands entities that are eligible to receive apportionments under Ballot Measure 98 (2016) to include Oregon School for the Deaf, Youth Corrections Education Program and Juvenile Detention Education Program. Prescribes method for calculating apporti...
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2017-08-10
Chapter 615, (2017 Laws): Effective date August 2, 2017.
#33HB2310PassedModifies provisions regarding schedule by which local public health authorities must submit local plans for applying foundational public health capabilities and implementing foundational public health programs. Directs Oregon Public Health Advisory B...
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2017-08-10
Chapter 627, (2017 Laws): Effective date October 6, 2017.
#34HB2581FailedRequires person that possesses or has access to account information to report breach of security to financial institution that issued financial access device. Requires person to safeguard account information in accordance with standards that Departme...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#35SB362FailedChanges legal rate of interest from nine percent per annum to greater of one percent per annum or rate equal to weekly average one-year constant maturity Treasury yield. Provides for interest to be compounded annually.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#36SB140PassedEstablishes Veterans' Services Fund. Provides that fund is administered by Oregon Department of Administrative Services. Provides that 1.5 percent of net proceeds from Oregon State Lottery is deposited in fund. Continuously appropriates moneys in fun...
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2017-08-23
Effective date, August 15, 2017.
#37HB2488FailedRequires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to adopt rules prioritizing award of Oregon Promise program grants to persons serving in Oregon National Guard who have completed initial active duty training.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#38HCR2PassedRecognizes and honors Chief Daniel K. Duncan (1955-2010) for his service to this state.
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2017-05-09
Filed with Secretary of State.
#39HB5015PassedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Justice for biennial expenses. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or rece...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 576, (2017 Laws): Effective date July 19, 2017.
#40SB313FailedEstablishes Task Force on Equitable Access to Arts Education and specifies composition of task force membership. Specifies duties of task force. Directs task force to submit report to Legislative Assembly no later than January 7, 2019. Sunsets task f...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#41HB2359PassedRemoves requirement for beneficiary in trust deed to send, and Attorney General to receive, copy of notice that beneficiary has denied grantor's eligibility for foreclosure avoidance measure.
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2017-06-21
Chapter 154, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.
#42HB2155FailedExtends sunset for tax credit for qualified equity investment. Increases maximum amount of qualified equity investments that Oregon Business Development Department may certify per tax year. Limits fees paid to qualified community development entity. ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#43SB367PassedPermits health care provider to disclose protected health information of inmate of correctional facility to physician of employee of correctional facility or Oregon Corrections Enterprises who is exposed to bodily fluids of inmate if exposure is subs...
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2017-07-04
Chapter 484, 2017 Laws.
#44HB5038PassedLimits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or received by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission. Declares emergency, effective July...
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2017-08-18
Chapter 584, (2017 Laws): Effective date July 19, 2017.
#45SB635FailedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to State Forestry Department for Federal Forest Health Program. Declares emergency, effective July 1, 2017.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#46SB525FailedExtends sunset on provision authorizing Department of Human Services to appear as party in juvenile court proceeding without appearance of Attorney General. Directs Department of Human Services and Department of Justice, in consultation with Oregon D...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#47HB2758FailedTransfers administration of fuel oil dealer program from State Department of Energy to Housing and Community Services Department.
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#48SB700FailedSets limit on taxes due on homesteads of seniors living on fixed income equal to total amount of taxes due for property tax year preceding first property tax year for which relief allowed. Abates taxes in excess of limit. Takes effect on 91st day fol...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#49SB796FailedDirects Department of Transportation to issue Oregon Wounded Warrior parking permits to qualified applicants. Defines "wounded warrior." Permits person issued Oregon Wounded Warrior parking permit or person transporting person issued parking permit t...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
#50SB789FailedRequires public utility to file bond with State Department of Agriculture if commercially growing or contracting for commercial growing of Arundo donax L. or invasive species for use as biomass. Imposes duties on public utility if Arundo donax L. or ...
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2017-07-07
In committee upon adjournment.
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