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#1HB4129PassedAllows Health Licensing Office to issue residential care facility administrator license to qualified applicant. Renames Nursing Home Administrators Board as Long Term Care Administrators Board. Prohibits board from carrying out disciplinary action ag...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 61, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 3, 2018.
#2SB1546PassedAllows creditable service performed by judge member of Public Employees Retirement System to count toward hours of service required for vesting in pension program of Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournmen...
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2018-03-29
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
#3HB4060FailedModifies and adds laws related to transportation. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#4HB4113FailedIncludes class size as mandatory subject of school district collective bargaining.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#5SB1516PassedEstablishes Small Business Expansion Loan Fund to be administered by Oregon Business Development Department for purpose of making loans of early stage growth capital to individuals and business entities with 50 or fewer employees that may not be able...
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2018-04-11
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
#6HB4065PassedProhibits child care providers from enrolling in Central Background Registry or providing child care for five years after denial for cause, revocation or voluntary surrender of certification or registration and for five years after denial for cause, ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 115, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 13, 2018.
#7HB4056PassedDistributes civil forfeiture proceeds to scholarship program for children of deceased or disabled public safety officers. Distributes civil forfeiture proceeds to scholarship program for family members] children of deceased or disabled public safety ...
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2018-03-26
Chapter 23, (2018 Laws): Effective date March 16, 2018.
#8HB4126FailedEstablishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste. Establishes Household Hazardous Waste Stewardship Fund. Becomes operative January 1, 2019. Requires initial plans for household hazardous waste stewardship programs to be submitte...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#9HB4019PassedDesignates second week of April of each year as Organ, Eye and Tissue Donor Appreciation Week. Creates Oregon Gifts of Life Award for families of organ donors. Directs office of Governor to present awards and to coordinate with organ procurement orga...
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2018-03-26
Chapter 13, (2018 Laws): Effective date March 16, 2018.
#10SB1552FailedSpecifies that public utility that makes sales of electricity may not establish rate for any service that provides public utility with rate of return that exceeds 4.5 percent. Changes procedures by which public utilities that make sales of electricit...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#11HB4072FailedNames certain scholarships offered by health care provider incentive program as Doctor Alan Bates Legacy Scholarship program. Transfers lottery moneys to pay expenses of scholarship program.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#12SCR203PassedAdjourns sine die 2018 regular session of Seventy-ninth Legislative Assembly.
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2018-03-07
Filed With Secretary of State.
#13HB4044PassedDirects Chief Education Office to conduct study on recruitment, retention, mentoring and professional development of educators who serve students from student groups that may be at risk for experiencing achievement gap. Sunsets June 30, 2019. Takes e...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 112, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
#14HB4114FailedRemoves ability of consumer reporting agency to charge fee for placing, temporarily lifting or removing security freeze on consumer report, for creating or deleting protective record or for placing or removing security freeze on protective record for...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#15HB4103FailedLimits pharmacy benefit managers' ability to require or encourage enrollees to fill or refill prescription drugs at mail order pharmacy. Prohibits pharmacy benefit managers from requiring special credentialing or similar requirements for pharmacists ...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#16HB4077FailedRequires statement of economic interest to include certain information about sources of income for business in which public official or candidate, or member of household of public official or candidate, is officer or holds directorship if source of i...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#17HB4118PassedExpresses state policy regarding pursuit of projects under Good Neighbor Authority Agreement. Instructs signatory state agencies to work with federal land management agencies to prioritize projects. Requires Governor and Federal Forest Working Group ...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 96, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
#18SB1532PassedModifies definition of "motor assisted scooter" for purposes of Oregon Vehicle Code.
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2018-03-13
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
#19HB4152PassedRequires State Fire Marshal to issue grants to sheriffs' offices of Multnomah County and Hood River County for expenses related to wildfire recovery, mitigation and preparedness. Requires Office of Emergency Management] State Fire Marshal to issue gr...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 97, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
#20HB4063PassedDesignates Department of Transportation as lead agency for autonomous vehicle programs and policies. Establishes Task Force on Autonomous Vehicles. Assigns duties of task force. Requires task force to report to interim committee on transportation, on...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 94, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 10, 2018.
#21SB1551PassedRequires person that owns, licenses or otherwise possesses personal information that was subject to breach of security or that received notice of breach of security from another person that maintains or otherwise possesses personal information on per...
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2018-04-23
Effective date, June 2, 2018.
#22HB4146FailedTransfers $7 million from Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement to Health System Fund to pay for Oregon Reinsurance Program. Increases taxes on cigarettes. Imposes assessment on ambulatory surgical centers and emergency ambulance services to be used fo...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#23SB1545FailedProvides for cost of providing state court technology services to state agencies to be assessed against agencies beginning July 1, 2019. Directs Oregon Department of Administrative Services to apportion assessment among agencies on basis of number of...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#24SB1531FailedRequires law enforcement officers to meet with mental health professional.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#25HB4045FailedProhibits retail pet store from selling or offering to sell dog other than dog acquired from animal shelter, humane society, dog control district or nonprofit corporation that provides rescue services. Imposes record keeping and signage requirements ...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#26HB4151FailedRequires administrator of Oregon Prescription Drug Program to establish advisory committee to study and make recommendations regarding changes to program. Requires state agencies that purchase prescription drugs and Public Employees' Benefit Board, O...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#27HB4028PassedLimits expenses for which dependent care income tax credit may be claimed to earned income taxable by Oregon , using lesser amount attributable to either spouse on joint return. Limits expenses for which dependent care income tax credit may be claime...
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2018-04-18
Chapter 111, (2018 Laws): Effective date June 2, 2018.
#28SB1509FailedProvides additional exception to prohibition on commercial vehicle idling. Modifies existing commercial vehicle idling exemptions. Permits local governments to regulate idling diesel primary engines in certain circumstances].
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#29SB1521FailedExtends sunset of open enrollment by one year.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#30HB4079PassedRequires Department of Human Services to disregard as resources moneys held in specified pension and retirement accounts in determining eligibility for temporary assistance for needy families.
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2018-04-11
Chapter 56, (2018 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2019.
#31HB4013FailedProvides that person employed on full-time basis in office of State Treasurer or Secretary of State may serve on State Board of Education. Provides that Deputy State Treasurer or Deputy Secretary of State] person employed on full-time basis in office...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#32HB4088PassedProhibits certain activities by, and specifies additional duties for, performing rights society in notifying business proprietors concerning proprietors' duties with respect to performing copyrighted musical works and in negotiating contracts for pay...
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2018-03-26
Chapter 28, (2018 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2019.
#33SB1536PassedProvides that directors of certain mass transit districts be appointed by Governor instead of elected. Provides that current elected directors continue to serve until expiration of their terms, unless earlier discharged by Governor. Eliminates restri...
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2018-03-13
Effective date, January 1, 2019.
#34HB4140FailedRequires attorney who represents defendant in criminal action to inform defendant that disposition of criminal action may impact defendant's immigration status, including defendant's admissibility, deportability and eligibility for naturalization. Re...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#35SB1508FailedRequires Environmental Quality Commission to establish fee applicable to certain air contamination sources to cover direct and indirect costs of Department of Environmental Quality and commission in developing and implementing a program and rules to ...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#36HB4075FailedProvides that certain real property in Washington County designated by Metro as rural reserve be redesignated as urban reserve. Authorizes employment or residential use for certain real property located in Washington County. Declares emergency, effec...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#37SB1514FailedEstablishes periodic sunset review of state boards, commissions, committees, task forces and other executive department entities that meet certain criteria. Requires Legislative Policy and Research Director to establish roster and schedule of entitie...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#38HB4024FailedDirects Oregon Business Development Department to conduct study on economic development and submit report to interim committees related to economic development.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#39SB1530FailedEstablishes Task Force on Public Education Planning. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#40HB4061FailedClarifies timeline for vehicles initially registered on February 29.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#41HB4055PassedModifies laws related to vehicular hit and run.
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2018-03-26
Chapter 22, (2018 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2019.
#42HCR204PassedRecognizes and honors Deputy Gil Catalino Datan (1971-2015) for his service to this state.
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2018-03-03
Filed with Secretary of State.
#43HB4141PassedRequires each public university to establish advisory body to advise university president on recommendations to governing board regarding resident tuition and mandatory enrollment fees. Requires each public university to establish advisory body to ad...
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2018-04-11
Chapter 65, (2018 Laws): Effective date April 3, 2018.
#44HB4011FailedModifies annual limitation on total amount of tax credits for production or collection of bovine manure allowed for all taxpayers by tying limitation to calendar year instead of tax year. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#45HB4108FailedAllows credit against net income taxes for portion of eligible costs of newly constructed single-family dwelling that sells for price affordable to household with annual income at or below 120 percent of area median income. Sunsets on January 2, 2028...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#46HB4025FailedRequires Legislative Policy and Research Director to study methods for supporting economic resilience in communities affected by emergencies or disasters. Requires director to submit report to Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2018. De...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#47SCR204PassedRecognizes and honors Sergeant Sean Patrick Fennerty and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jonathan Shelby Gibson for their service to their country. Recognizes and honors _____ for his service to his] Sergeant Sean Patrick Fennerty and Chief Warrant Officer 3...
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2018-03-06
Filed With Secretary of State.
#48HB4091FailedEstablishes Oregon Cash Depository Corporation as independent public corporation and prescribes corporation's purposes and powers. Directs corporation to lease or acquire real property and construct or renovate offices, facilities and business locati...
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#49SB1513FailedRequires student to correctly answer specified percentage of questions on civics test before being eligible to receive high school diploma. Takes effect July 1, 2019.
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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
#50SB1511FailedRequires 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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2018-03-03
In committee upon adjournment.
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