Alissa bids farewell to the Portland Children’s Levy
The beginning of Alissa’s inauguration speech on October 4, 2011
Intern Patrick Stupfel’s House Floor Introduction
Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer takes the time to recognize the hard work of one of her fantastic interns, Patrick Stupfel, on the house floor! Patrick is studying at Portland Community College and has been a huge asset to the Representative’s team!
Representative Keny-Guyer carries House Bill 2950
Representative Keny-Guyer carries House Bill 2611
Representative Keny-Guyer speaks to House Bill 2060A
House Bill 2060A allows the Attorney General to issue order disqualifying charitable organization from receiving contributions that are deductible for purpose of Oregon income tax and corporate excise tax if Attorney General finds that charitable organization has failed to expend at least 30 percent of total annual functional expenses on program services when those expenses are averaged over most recent three fiscal years.
Representative Keny-Guyer speaks to Senate Bill 1507
SB 1507 relates to HIV testing; and declaring an emergency. It removes requirement that person subjected to HIV test give specific informed consent to test.
Representative Keny-Guyer speaks to House Bill 2800
HB 2800 relates to the Interstate 5 bridge replacement project; and declaring an emergency. It declares that it is in state’s interest to undertake Interstate 5 bridge replacement project.
Representative Keny-Guyer speaks to House Bill 2134
HB 2134 requires Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services to adopt by rule, using advisory committee, uniform standards for collection of data on race, ethnicity, preferred languages and disability status of public assistance recipients.