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#1SB318PassedPermits court to order equal parenting time when developing detailed parenting plan. Creates rebuttable presumption that equal parenting time is in best interests of child. Requires rebuttal of presumption by clear and convincing evidence.] Permits c...
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2019-06-17
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#2HB2006IntroducedAppropriates moneys to Housing and Community Services Department for grants to support services, programs and legal aid for families seeking or needing housing that have low or very low incomes. Appropriates moneys to Housing and Community Services D...
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2019-06-14
Work Session held.
#3HB3427PassedEstablishes Fund for Student Success. Directs Department of Education to conduct study to examine best methods for funding state's system of kindergarten through grade 12 public education.] Directs department to submit report to interim committee of ...
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2019-05-24
Chapter 122, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#4HB2395PassedRequires manufacturer to equip connected device with reasonable security features that protect connected device and information that connected device stores from access, destruction, modification, use or disclosure that consumer does not authorize. R...
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2019-06-10
Chapter 193, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
#5SB5512IntroducedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Housing and Community Services Department for biennial expenses and for debt service. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts and certain federal fund...
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2019-06-18
Work Session scheduled.
#6HB2916PassedExpands transitional housing accommodations allowed inside urban growth boundary to include other structures. Removes limits on operators of and number of campgrounds providing transitional housing accommodations. Removes authority of Department of C...
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2019-06-17
Governor signed.
#7HB5027EngrossedAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Land Conservation and Development for certain biennial expenses. Limits certain biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery ...
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2019-06-18
#8SB1013EngrossedRemoves future dangerousness as factor for jury to determine when deciding on sentence of death. Requires state to prove beyond reasonable doubt that defendant should receive death sentence. Redefines crime of aggravated murder. Reclassifies current ...
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2019-06-18
Second reading.
#9SB1005IntroducedEstablishes regulations for kratom products, including labeling requirements and minimum age for sale. Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and sentence imposed and present report on fin...
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2019-06-18
Work Session scheduled.
#10HB3384PassedLimits reasons counties may deny expansion of certain schools on land zoned for exclusive farm use. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-06-17
Governor signed.
#11HB2020EngrossedEstablishes Climate Policy Office within Oregon Department of Administrative Services and directs office to adopt Oregon Climate Action Program by rule. Creates Oregon Climate Board to advise office. Modifies statewide greenhouse gas emissions reduct...
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2019-06-18
#12SB283EngrossedDirects Oregon Health Authority to review peer-reviewed, independently funded scientific studies of health effects of exposure to microwave radiation, particularly exposure that results from use of wireless network technologies in schools and to repo...
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2019-06-18
Second reading.
#13SB360PassedUpdates laws that govern nonprofit corporations in this state. Becomes operative on January 1, 2020. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-06-10
Effective date, May 24, 2019.
#14SB698EnrolledDirects State Board of Pharmacy to adopt rules to require that prescription drugs be labeled in English and other language upon request of practitioner, patient or patient representative. Directs State Board of Pharmacy to adopt rules to require that...
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2019-06-14
Speaker signed.
#15SCR36EngrossedIn memoriam: George Kenneth "Ken" Austin Jr., 1931-2019.
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2019-06-18
Recommendation: Be adopted.
#16HB3120PassedProvides 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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2019-06-10
Chapter 168, (2019 Laws): Effective date May 24, 2019.
#17HB2015IntroducedEliminates 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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2019-06-18
Passed. Ayes, 39; Nays, 21--Barreto, Boles, Bonham, Boshart Davis, Drazan, Findley, Hayden, Leif, Lewis, McLane, Nearman, Post, Reschke, Smith DB, Smith G, Sprenger, Stark, Wallan, Wilson, Witt, Zika.
#18SB320PassedAbolishes annual one-hour change in time from standard time to daylight saving time and maintains Oregon on daylight saving time except in portion of Oregon in Mountain Time Zone. Abolishes annual one-hour change in time from standard time to dayligh...
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2019-06-17
Governor signed.
#19HB2515EnrolledRequires correctional facilities to provide tampons, sanitary pads, postpartum pads and panty liners to certain incarcerated persons at no cost.
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2019-06-18
Speaker signed.
#20HB2266EnrolledDirects Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board to impose surcharge on eligible employee who arranges coverage for spouse or dependent with access to medical coverage as employee in health benefit plan offered by Public Emp...
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2019-06-18
Third reading. Carried by Baertschiger Jr. Passed. Ayes, 29.
#21HB2101PassedEstablishes partnership and partner audit procedures for Department of Revenue in conformity with federal centralized partnership audit regime. Allows department to issue assessment and collect taxes at partnership level based on adjustments arising ...
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2019-05-24
Chapter 132, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#22SB251PassedUpdates various statutes in Insurance Code to reflect changes in National Association of Insurance Commissioners model provisions related to reducing reserve requirements for domestic ceding insurers that cede insurance to reinsurers and to regulatin...
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2019-05-24
Effective date, May 22, 2019.
#23SB870PassedEnacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
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2019-06-17
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#24SB37PassedClarifies laws relating to Oregon Veterans' Homes. Repeals obsolete sections.
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2019-06-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#25SB586EngrossedAbolishes "Office of Manufactured Dwelling Park Community Relations." Renames "Mobile Home Parks Account" to "Manufactured and Marina Communities Account." Requires facilities to establish mediation policy for certain disputes. Renames] Abolishes "Of...
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2019-06-14
Work Session held.
#26HB5035EnrolledLimits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, collected or received by Department of State Lands for certain purposes. Limits certain biennial expend...
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2019-06-14
President signed.
#27SB164PassedMakes employer's failure to comply with requirements of Oregon Retirement Savings Plan unlawful practice. Allows employee to file complaint with Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries alleging unlawful practice. Authorizes Oregon Retirement S...
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2019-05-24
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#28SB36PassedModifies laws relating to home and farm loans for veterans. Defines certain terms for purposes of home and farm loans for veterans. Removes improvements from permissible uses of home and farm loans for veterans.
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2019-06-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#29HB2102PassedAllows Department of Revenue to disclose taxpayer information to multijurisdictional information sharing organization formed to combat identity theft and fraud and to member tax preparation software vendors. Takes effect on 91st day following adjourn...
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2019-05-24
Chapter 133, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#30SB484PassedLimits landlord to single applicant screening charge per 60-day period, per applicant applying to rent multiple dwelling units owned or managed by landlord. Limits landlord to single applicant screening charge per 60-day period, per applicant applyin...
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2019-06-10
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#31SB390PassedAllows farm direct marketer sales and consignment sales of olive oil. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2019-06-10
Effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#32SB109PassedSpecifies that certain documents prepared by or for internal use of financial institutions are not real estate appraisal activity requiring preparer of document to carry real estate appraiser certification, license or registration. Provides that real...
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2019-05-24
Effective date, January 1, 2020.
#33HB2458PassedExempts from ad valorem property taxation property that is owned or used by cooperative for purpose of providing steam or hot water heat by combustion of biomass. Applies only to cooperative whose property is subject to central assessment, if more th...
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2019-06-10
Chapter 159, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#34SB77PassedAllows Oregon Racing Commission to adopt rules to authorize and license Multi-Jurisdictional Simulcasting and Interactive Wagering Totalizator Hubs to conduct simulcast broadcasting of, and mutuel wagering on, animal races. Declares emergency, effect...
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2019-06-17
Effective date, June 11, 2019.
#35HB2447PassedRequires Director of the Oregon Health Authority to provide forum for all vertically integrated, nonprofit health care systems in Oregon to collaborate to envision health care delivery system for Oregon's future. Requires supervision of collaboration...
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2019-06-10
Chapter 194, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
#36HB2089PassedProhibits title loan lender and payday loan lender from making loan to consumer until seven days after consumer has fully repaid outstanding title loan or payday loan. Becomes operative on January 1, 2020. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournme...
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2019-06-10
Chapter 188, (2019 Laws): effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#37SB471PassedRequires 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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2019-06-17
Effective on the 91st day following adjournment sine die.
#38SB643EnrolledEliminates cap on total amount authorized for grant program for installation of generator connectors on fuel sources at cardlock fuel facilities. Increases maximum amount authorized for each grant. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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2019-06-18
Third reading. Carried by Leif. Passed. Ayes, 60.
#39HB2867EnrolledModifies requirements for school to qualify as small high school for purposes of State School Fund distributions. Declares emergency, effective July 1, 2019.
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2019-06-18
Third reading. Carried by Linthicum. Passed. Ayes, 29.
#40SB792IntroducedModifies laws related to auto dismantler certificates. Removes exemption of auto dismantlers holding dismantler certificate from definition of "disposal site" for purposes of solid waste management regulation by Department of Environmental Quality.]
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2019-06-18
Recommendation: Do pass with amendments to the A-Eng. bill. (Printed B-Eng.)
#41HB3007PassedModifies provisions relating to small estates. Clarifies that execution of bargain and sale deed does not place personal representative of estate in chain of title to property conveyed, except under certain circumstances. Clarifies procedure for open...
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2019-06-10
Chapter 165, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
#42HB3029IntroducedProvides that municipal bank is not required to obtain deposit insurance from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Provides that municipal bank may act as depository or custodian of public funds under certain conditions.
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2019-06-05
#43HB3224EnrolledDirects district attorney of each county to, no later than December 1, 2020, develop and adopt policies relating to discovery, charging decisions, sentencing and program recommendations and other specified subjects, and to make policies available to ...
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2019-06-14
President signed.
#44HB2459PassedPermits person or agent of person that holds lien that encumbers real property to request statement from person that holds another lien that also encumbers same real property of amount that is necessary to pay off other lien. Provides procedure for c...
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2019-05-24
Chapter 140, (2019 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2020.
#45SB5524EnrolledAppropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Business Development Department for biennial expenses. Limits biennial expenditures from fees, moneys or other revenues, including Miscellaneous Receipts, but excluding lottery funds and federal funds, ...
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2019-06-18
Third reading. Carried by Post. Passed. Ayes, 55; Nays, 4--Barreto, Nearman, Reschke, Zika; Excused for Business of the House, 1--Findley.
#46HB2847EnrolledExpands list of hospitals whose medical staff may qualify for specified income tax credit. Applies to tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2020. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
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2019-06-18
Third reading. Carried by Linthicum. Passed. Ayes, 29.
#47SB970PassedLimits applicable screening criteria for residential landlords. Requires facility landlords to provide tenant handbook regarding rights in selling tenant's manufactured dwelling or floating home. Requires landlord to allow tenant marketing manufactur...
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2019-06-06
Governor signed.
#48HB2306PassedRequires city or county to issue residential building permits upon substantial completion of construction of public improvements in residential subdivisions.
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2019-06-17
Governor signed.
#49SB47EnrolledRequires person operating nonmotorized boat to have waterway access permit. Eliminates requirement that person operating nonmotorized boat have aquatic invasive species permit. Directs uses of waterway access permit fees. Directs State Marine Board t...
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2019-06-18
Speaker signed.
#50SB1049PassedRedirects portion of employee contributions of member of Public Employees Retirement System to employee pension stability account. Directs Public Employees Retirement Board to study issues relating to Public Employees Retirement System and report to ...
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2019-06-17
Effective date, June 11, 2019.
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