HB2013 Enrolled: Directs Early Learning Council and Department of Education to assist school districts in implementing process to assess children to determine their readiness for kindergarten.
HB2014: Requires Department of State Police to conduct study on issues related to abduction of children.
HB2017: Allows elector who does not have valid Oregon driver license, driver permit or state identification card to update voter registration using electronic voter registration system by supplying last four digits of elector's Social Security number.
HB2018: Requires statements of independent expenditures to be filed with Secretary of State using electronic filing system.
HB2516: Allows moneys in Watershed Conservation Operating Fund and Watershed Conservation Grant Fund to be used for educating elementary school students concerning protection and restoration of native fish or wildlife habitats, watersheds or ecosystems.
HB2609 Enrolled: Deletes requirement that county audit include audit of circuit court.
HB2610: Requires Department of Human Services to adopt rules to establish Oregon Foster Children's Bill of Rights.
HB2611 Enrolled: Provides that certain boards may adopt rules under which board may require person authorized to practice profession regulated by board to receive cultural competency continuing education.
HB2612 Enrolled: Provides that postpartum mother may remove placenta from health care facility pursuant to rules adopted by Oregon Health Authority.
HB2729 Enrolled: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Education for purpose of United States Department of Agriculture's Afterschool Meal and Snack Program.
HB2730 Enrolled: Directs Department of Education to reimburse school district, government agency or community group for every breakfast served during summer as part of summer meal program.
HB2882: Requires Department of Human Services to operate pilot project, subject to approval by United States Department of Agriculture, to require recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits to participate in shopping and nutrition education program.
HB2884: Requires 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 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits.
HB2921: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for nutrition programs for eligible individuals through Women, Infants and Children Program.
HB2950 Enrolled: Allows eligible employees to take family leave to deal with death of family member.
HB2984: Appropriates moneys to Department of Education for early childhood development center at Earl Boyles Elementary School.
HB3036: Directs State Department of Energy to conduct study of renewable thermal energy and renewable gas.
HB3039: Requires contracting agency to give preference to bidder or proposer that releases smaller total amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide, methane and ozone during or as result of manufacturing, transporting and disposing of goods or while providing services that are subject of procurement.
HB3140: Requires Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules requiring hospitals and freestanding birthing centers, depending on number of live births performed at hospital or freestanding birth center each year, to screen infants for controlled substances or notify parents or legal guardians of importance of screening infants for controlled substances.
HB3162 C: Requires Oregon Health Authority to maintain list of designated high priority chemicals of concern for children's health used in children's products.
HB3274: Permits credit union to conduct savings promotion raffle, subject to specified conditions.
HB3364 Enrolled: Requires appointment of State Integrated Pest Management Coordinator.
HB3390: Requires covered employer to implement paid sick leave for eligible employees.
HB3403 A: Establishes Healthy Vending Task Force to study matters related to nutritional requirements for food and beverage items sold in public buildings.
HB3407 Enrolled: Establishes Traditional Health Workers Commission within Oregon Health Authority to advise authority on adoption of criteria and descriptions for coordinated care organizations to use with respect to certain health workers who are not licensed by this state and training and education requirements for those workers.
HB3408: Deletes statutory preference for placing forfeited animal with person having prior contact with animal.
HB3409 Enrolled: Defines "natural hair care." Specifies that person who is certified to practice hair design or barbering is authorized to practice natural hair care.
HB3412: Establishes Task Force on Reducing Gun Violence.
HB3413: Creates crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm.
HB3424: Directs Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules requiring physician or midwife to inform mother or father after birth of child about benefits of using pulse oximetry to screen infants for congenital heart disease.
HB3449: Requires Department of Human Services to convene planning committee composed of stakeholders and advocates to plan future of Oregon's long term care system for seniors and persons with disabilities.
HB3523 Enrolled: Requires statements of independent expenditures to be filed with Secretary of State using electronic filing system.
HR0005 Enrolled: Honors PHAME Academy for contributions to this state.
SB0123 Enrolled: Requires Department of Human Services to adopt rules to establish Oregon Foster Children's Bill of Rights.
SB0438: Requires manufacturer of product that is alternative to product containing hazardous substance banned in this state to submit, before introducing alternative product into state commerce, assessment of alternative to hazardous substance to Oregon Health Authority.
SB0778: Requires long term care facilities and residential care facilities to provide 90 days' notice to residents and others of change in admission or residence policies with respect to medical assistance recipients.
SB0801: Requires covered employer to implement paid sick leave for eligible employees.
SJM0011: Urges Congress to support efforts to reinstate separation of commercial and investment banking functions in effect under Banking Act of 1933.
HB4090 Enrolled: Allows Department of Education to award grants to encourage participation in summer meals programs.
HB4120 Enrolled: Expands scholarships for children of public safety officers killed or injured in line of duty to include children of reserve officers and volunteer firefighters killed or disabled in line of duty.
SB1569 A: Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish and maintain list of designated high priority chemicals of concern for children's health used in children's products.
HB2021 A: Directs Oregon Health Authority to develop and implement pilot program through which authority and Department of Education provide services related to oral health education, use of fluoride varnish and daily brushing and flossing for children.
HB2022: Requires hospital or provider of residential treatment that discharges individual with mental illness to provide case management services to assist individual in transitioning to outpatient mental health treatment.
HB2023: Specifies requirements for hospital policies for discharge planning involving patient who is hospitalized for mental health treatment.
HB2024 Enrolled: Directs Oregon Health Authority, in consultation with coordinated care organizations and dental care organizations, to adopt rules and procedures for training and certifying certain health workers to provide oral disease prevention services.
HB2825 A: Allows Oregon Health Authority to seek out and apply for funding for, and appropriates moneys from General Fund to pay for, residential care for individuals with mental illness, addictions or co-occurring disorders.
HB2893 Enrolled: Permits financial institution to conduct savings promotion raffle, subject to specified conditions.
HB2930 Enrolled: Requires that hospital rules granting admitting privileges to licensed, certified nurse midwife nurse practitioner meet specified requirements.
HB2931: Directs Oregon Health Authority to disseminate to school districts information related to elevated levels of radon.
HB2948 Enrolled: Specifies additional conditions under which protected health information may be disclosed by health care provider that do not subject health care provider to civil liability.
HB2956: Repeals state preemption of charter and statutory authority of local governments to set minimum wage requirements.
HB2972 Enrolled: Requires public school students seven years of age or younger who are beginning educational program to have dental screening.
HB2979: Funds free, or reduced-fare, transit passes for students attending public secondary schools and increased transit service in vicinity of public secondary schools.
HB3021 Enrolled: Requires insurer to offer health care provider method of reimbursement that does not impose fees or other charges on provider.
HB3023: Requires that referrals to dental specialists, of medical assistance recipients who are pregnant, occur within 60 days.
HB3041 Enrolled: Directs school districts to allow students to use sun-protective clothing and sunscreen.
HB3083: Defines "wages" for certain wage claims.
HB3102: Prohibits use of studded tires.
HB3298: Prohibits sale or transfer of cannabinoid products by medical marijuana facility or person who holds license to sell marijuana at retail if cannabinoid product is not labeled.
HB3299: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Education for State School Fund distributions made for purpose of developing and implementing marijuana abuse prevention curricula and public information programs.
HB3343 Enrolled: Requires insurers that cover prescription contraceptives to cover refills at specified frequency.
HB3451: Requires Oregon Health Authority to reimburse freestanding birthing center based on median cost to birthing centers in this state of providing services.
HB3464 Enrolled: Requires Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules prescribing time frames within which pregnant medical assistance recipient receives dental services.
HB3473: Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish and maintain list of designated high priority chemicals of concern for children's health used in children's products and to periodically review and revise list.
HB3486: Requires manufacturer of prescription drug with annual wholesale acquisition cost of $10,000 or more, or with wholesale acquisition cost of $10,000 or more per course of treatment, to file annual report with Oregon Health Authority on costs associated with prescription drug for previous calendar year.
HB3506: Prohibits certain restrictions on medical assistance coverage of dentures, partial dentures and tooth extractions.
HB3517 A: Authorizes Oregon Health Authority to provide medical assistance, within available funds, to low income children residing in Oregon if necessary to move toward goals of Legislative Assembly expressed in law and to improve health of Oregon communities.
HB3534: Requires premises where person makes retail sales of tobacco products and inhalant delivery systems to be licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
HB3541: Directs Department of Revenue, in collaboration with Department of Human Services, to establish pilot program for disbursement of installment payments to personal income taxpayers of amounts equal to personal income tax dependent care credits.
HCR0014 Enrolled: Designates March 26, 2015, as Purple Day to raise awareness of epilepsy.
SB0332: Repeals state preemption of charter and statutory authority of local governments to set minimum wage requirements.
SB0478 Enrolled: Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish and maintain list of designated high priority chemicals of concern for children's health used in children's products and to periodically review and revise list.
SB0521 Enrolled: Permits coach to allow member of school athletic team and nonschool athletic team to participate in athletic event or training at any time after athletic trainer determines that member has not suffered concussion.
SB0606 Enrolled: Relating to dental pilot project; and declaring an emergency.
SB0692 A: Provides that providers of dental services to certain patients in dental pilot project approved by Oregon Health Authority are eligible for reimbursement.
SB0700 A: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program and Women, Infants and Children Farm Direct Nutrition Program.
SB0705 Enrolled: Directs Environmental Quality Commission to adopt rules requiring accredited inspector to perform asbestos survey for purpose of determining whether asbestos-containing materials are present at residence or residential building before demolition.
SB0732: Creates offense of selling tobacco products or tobacco product devices to person under 21 years of age.
SB0751 A: Establishes Organ Donor Registry and Public Awareness Fund.
SB0894: Requires health insurance policies or certificates that include prescription drug benefits, health benefit plans and the state medical assistance program to cover costs of specified women's health care drugs and services.
HB4001: Modifies conditions under which landlord may terminate month-to-month tenancy after first year of occupancy.
HB4071 Enrolled: Establishes COFA Premium Assistance Program administered by Department of Consumer and Business Services to provide financial assistance with health care premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Pacific Islanders legally residing in Oregon under Compact of Free Association.
HB4110 Enrolled: Increases percentage of federal earned income credit allowed to personal income taxpayer, based upon age of taxpayer's dependent.
HB4133: Directs Department of Revenue, in collaboration with Department of Human Services, to establish pilot program for disbursement of installment payments to personal income taxpayers of amounts equal to personal income tax dependent care credits.
HB4144 B: Establishes Task Force on Utilization of the Earned Income Tax Credit.
SB1571 Enrolled: Directs Department of State Police to adopt rules concerning prioritization of testing untested sexual assault forensic evidence kits.
HB2014: Requires Health Plan Quality Metrics Committee to develop quality measures to gauge coordinated care organization's compliance with requirement to provide members with access to traditional health workers.
HB2130: Creates crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm.
HB2170 A: Establishes Office of Oregon Ombudsmen to provide administrative services and support to Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman, Office of the Residential Facilities Ombudsman, Office of the Foster Parent Ombudsman, Office of the Foster Child Ombudsman and Office of the Oregon Public Guardian.
HB2223: Directs Department of Education to establish program to develop and maintain statewide school nursing services.
HB2401 Enrolled: Requires Department of Human Services to provide trauma-informed training to child welfare personnel.
HB2594 Enrolled: Allows nonimmigrant authorized to enter United States under Compact of Free Association to be law enforcement officer.
HB2659: Provides that youth offenders sentenced to mandatory minimum terms of imprisonment for certain crimes committed at 15, 16 or 17 years of age are eligible for conditional release hearing if they are in custody of Oregon Youth Authority on 24th birthday.
HB2660 Enrolled: Requires Oregon Health Authority and Department of Consumer and Business Services to make available online written materials about options available to breast cancer patients for insurance coverage of breast reconstruction surgery, breast prostheses and breast forms.
HB2661 Enrolled: Requires long term care referral provider to be registered with Department of Human Services.
HB2662: Increases cigarette tax and provides for distribution of increase in revenue.
HB2669: Modifies requirements for local community right to know regulatory programs for toxic substances and harmful substances.
HB2724 Enrolled: Directs Housing and Community Services Department to develop and implement Rent Guarantee Program to provide incentives and financial assistance to landlords that rent or lease to low income households by guaranteeing payments to landlords for unpaid rent and for eviction and property damage costs within certain limits.
HB2725 A: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Environmental Quality for supporting community efforts to improve economic development and public health by reducing emissions from solid fuel burning devices that burn wood.
HB2748 Enrolled: Modifies sources of moneys deposited in Residential Solid Fuel Heating Air Quality Improvement Fund.
HB2882 Enrolled: Requires governing body of coordinated care organization to include representative from at least one dental care organization that serves members of coordinated care organization.
HB2912: Establishes Affordable Housing Land Acquisition Revolving Loan Program within Housing and Community Services Department to make loans to eligible organizations to purchase land for affordable housing development and to provide supportive services to residents and low income households.
HB2913: Imposes fee on retail sale of studded tires and on installation of studs in tires.
HB2927: Enacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
HB2949: Requires candidate for President or Vice President of United States, in order to appear on general election ballot or in general election voters' pamphlet, to provide Secretary of State with copy of candidate's federal income tax returns for five years preceding year of general election and with written consent for public disclosure of tax returns.
HB2957 A: Establishes grant program for purpose of improving kindergarten student-to-teacher ratios in schools that are considered high poverty.
HB2959: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services to administer general assistance project.
HB3063 Enrolled: Requires Housing and Community Services Department, in collaboration with Oregon Health Authority, to disburse moneys in Housing for Mental Health Fund for development of community-based housing, crisis intervention services, rental subsidies and other housing-related services for individuals with mental illness and individuals with substance use disorders.
HB3090 Enrolled: Requires hospital to adopt policy for release of patients from emergency department following treatment for behavioral health crisis.
HB3091 Enrolled: Specifies behavioral health services that must be provided by coordinated care organization.
HB3095: Reduces maximum term of imprisonment for Class A misdemeanor crime from one year to 364 days.
HB3096: Requires financial institution to report to Department of Consumer and Business Services customer complaint concerning improper charges to customer's credit card or debit card or improper withdrawals from customer's deposit account that alleges that improper charges or withdrawals came after inadequate disclosure or failure to disclose that initial purchase obligated customer to make additional purchases or payments unless customer acts affirmatively to cancel obligation.
HB3097: Requires Oregon Health Authority to study barriers to residents applying for medical assistance.
HB3103: Directs Department of Education to review scientific studies on potential health risks associated with repeated exposure to radiofrequency radiation emitted from wireless computer network technology and wireless communication devices.
HB3105 A: Establishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste.
HB3181 A: Provides that statement from parent or guardian releasing student seven years of age or younger from requirement to submit certification that student received dental screening within previous 12 months must include explanation of reason that dental screening is burden for student or parent or guardian of student.
HB3196: Directs Department of Human Services to study necessary improvements to regulation of community-based care, including but not limited to residential care facilities and adult foster homes, and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly.
HB3197: Directs Department of Human Services to study necessary improvements in regulation of memory care facilities and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly.
HB3268 Enrolled: Extends sunset on provisions directing Public Utility Commission to administer programs related to residential telecommunication services, including Oregon Lifeline program.
HB3272: Modifies provisions relating to care facilities regulated by Department of Human Services.
HB3273: Modifies requirements relating to evacuation of residents of adult foster homes.
HB3359 Enrolled: Modifies civil penalties, license regulation and licensing fees for certain facilities regulated by Department of Human Services.
HB3356: Removes existing specification of maximum application and processing fees local government may charge for recommendation regarding Oregon Liquor Control Commission issuance or renewal of license.
HB3357 B: Increases amount of fees charged and collected by county clerks to record or file certain real property documents.
HJM0004: Urges Congress to pass RAISE Family Caregivers Act.
SB0558 Enrolled: Requires Oregon Health Authority to convene work group to advise and assist in implementing targeted outreach and marketing for Health Care for All Oregon Children program.
SB0754 Enrolled: Creates offense of selling tobacco products or inhalant delivery systems to person under 21 years of age.
SB0833 A: Requires law enforcement agency to adopt and enforce policies and procedures for law enforcement officer responding to suicide attempt by individual to encourage individual to authorize officer to call suicide prevention and intervention hotline on individual's behalf.
SB0828 Enrolled: Requires large employers in specified industries to provide new employee with estimated work schedule and to provide current employee with seven days' notice of employee work schedule.
SB0886: Requires Department of Education, in consultation with Oregon Health Authority, to disseminate information, processes and model plans regarding school testing for elevated levels of toxics.
SB0871 Enrolled: Authorizes establishment of programs by cities for demolition of residences or residential buildings.
SB1026: Creates crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm.
SB1029: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program and Women, Infants and Children Farm Direct Nutrition Program.
SB1046: Establishes Health Care for All Oregon Board to develop, implement and oversee Health Care for All Oregon Plan to be administered by Oregon Health Authority.
SB1047: Requires Department of Education to develop model plan for conducting tests for certain environmental hazards in facilities owned or leased by school districts or public charter schools where students or staff are present on regular basis and for reporting test results.
SB1062 Enrolled: Requires school districts, education service districts and public charter schools to adopt Healthy and Safe Schools Plan to address environmental conditions in facilities owned or leased by districts or schools where students or staff are present on regular basis.
HB4126 A: Establishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste.
HB4076: Establishes Small Donor Elections program to enable candidates for office of state Representative and state Senator to receive 6-to-1 match on small dollar donations.
HB4077: Requires 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 income has legislative or administrative interest and 10 percent or more of total gross annual income of business comes from that source of income.
HB4129 Enrolled: Allows Health Licensing Office to issue residential care facility administrator license to qualified applicant.
HB4133 Enrolled: Establishes Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Review Committee to conduct studies and reviews of incidence of maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity.
HB4134 Enrolled: Provides specific procedure for petitioning for removal of personally discriminatory restrictions from title of real property.
HB2011 Enrolled: Requires specified professional regulatory boards to require persons authorized to practice professions regulated by board to complete cultural competency continuing education.
HB2505: Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock or in locked container except in specified circumstances.
HB2609 Enrolled: Directs Oregon Health Authority to disclose certain patient information to dental directors for specified purposes.
HB2662: Requires Housing and Community Services Department, in certifying tax credits for affordable housing loans, to give priority to projects that develop affordable housing for sponsoring entities' employees who are direct care workers or human service workers.
HB2663: Requires Department of Consumer and Business Services to review state building code for purpose of identifying provisions that unnecessarily prohibit, restrict or create disincentives for conversion of single-family dwellings into structures with two to four dwelling units designed primarily for permanent occupancy
HB2664 A: Extends sunset for tax credit for closure of manufactured dwelling park.
HB2665: Establishes grant program for purpose of improving kindergarten student-to-teacher ratios in schools that are considered high poverty.
HB2666: Requires school districts to provide instruction in oral health.
HB2667: Establishes Adult Suicide Intervention and Prevention Coordinator within Oregon Health Authority.
HB2669: Authorizes State Board of Pharmacy to inspect pharmacy to determine whether pharmacy compounds drugs.
HB2670: Prohibits restaurant from providing single-use plastic straw to consumer unless consumer requests straw.
HB2704: Enacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
HB2706 Enrolled: Appropriates moneys to Department of Consumer and Business Services to contract with vendor to conduct demographic study of dental needs and geographic distribution of COFA citizens in this state and to issue request for information to gauge interest and determine capacity of dental care organizations to provide oral health care to COFA citizens.
HB2716 Enrolled: Requires communications made in support of or opposition to candidate to state name of persons that paid for communication.
HB2743: For purposes of taxpayer election of reduced tax rate for certain pass-through income, reduces tax rates, reduces maximum eligible income and modifies employment requirements.
HB2768: Requires incarceration facilities to provide tampons, sanitary napkins and undergarments to female persons in custody at no charge.
HB2772 A: Establishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste.
HB2811: Exempts from taxation amounts received from sale of real property to housing authority or community development corporation.
HB2812 Enrolled: Expands Housing and Community Services Department's use of Home Ownership Assistance Account to support households with below area median income and to support organizations' homeownership programs with any percentage of home construction or rehabilitation costs.
HB2813: Directs Oregon Health Authority and specified professional regulatory boards to require licensees regulated by authority or board to complete six hours of continuing education related to suicide risk assessment, treatment and management every six years and to report completion of continuing education to authority or board.
HB2814: Requires certain insurers to reimburse cost of specified services provided by local mental health authorities.
HB2815: Directs Department of Corrections to enter into written agreement with nonprofit organization to jointly establish prison-based animal program to provide inmates with opportunity to develop pet care vocational skills.
HB2816 A: Requires Integrated Pest Management Coordinating Committee to make available to public specified meeting materials and provide opportunities for public comment on biennial report to interim committee of Legislative Assembly.
HB2845: Expands health benefit plan coverage of childbirth and pregnancy-related health care expenses.
HB2846: Directs Director of Transportation to require each region described in Act to conduct jurisdictional transfer evaluation and present report on evaluations to Joint Committee on Transportation no later than September 15, 2020.
HB2897 A: Establishes Early Childhood Equity Fund.
HB2947: Requires Department of Human Services to present options for living independently to adults with developmental disabilities who need placement.
HB2963: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services for development of gatekeeper programs to serve seniors and people with disabilities in local communities statewide.
HB2983 Enrolled: Requires covered organizations that make political expenditures in excess of specified amount to file with Secretary of State donor identification list that identifies donors that made donations above $10,000 during election cycle to covered organization.
HB3004: Establishes Small Donor Elections Program to enable candidates for office of state Representative and state Senator to receive 6-to-1 match on small dollar donations.
HB3028: Increases percentage of federal earned income credit allowable as credit against Oregon personal income tax.
HB3029: Provides that municipal bank is not required to obtain deposit insurance from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
HB3058 A: Requires State Department of Agriculture to review current scientific data regarding safety of pesticide products containing chlorpyrifos.
HB3116 Enrolled: Requires counties with population of 650,000 or more to use proceeds from sale of foreclosed property to reimburse municipal liens against property for utilities improvements or seismic rehabilitation.
HB3178: Modifies allocation formula for grants to regional assessment centers and community assessment centers.
HB3179: Directs Department of Human Services to distribute $1 million to Center for the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect to conduct Oregon Child Abuse Prevalence Study.
HB3180 A: Modifies allocation formula for grants to regional assessment centers and community assessment centers.
HB3181: Allows defendant in eviction action to apply for order setting aside judgment.
HB3182 A: Requires permit for construction, installation or operation of onsite nonpotable water system.
HB3183 Enrolled: Requires Department of Human Services to administer temporary assistance for needy families program consistent with federal regulations and to provide specified types of assistance.
HB3349 A: Disallows, for purposes of personal income taxation, mortgage interest deduction for residence other than taxpayer's principal residence, unless taxpayer sells residence or actively markets residence for sale.
HB3350: Prohibits sale or use of two-cycle gasoline-powered leaf blowers.
HB3351: Increases civil penalty for violations of fireworks laws to be minimum of $500 and maximum of $5,000.
HB3352: Directs Department of Education to prepare and make available statement that discloses potential health risks of wireless network technology.
HB3353: Allows nonprofit corporation that provides reduced-cost dental services to underserved populations, including individuals 55 years of age or older or individuals who require accessible facilities, to own, operate, conduct or maintain dental practice.
HB3354: Requires local public health authorities and coordinated care organizations to provide funding to support school-based programs providing dental disease prevention services.
HB3355: Removes limit on number of chemicals Oregon Health Authority may include on list of high priority chemicals of concern in children's products.
HB3356: Requires that lactation consultant complete continuing education related to cultural competency approved by Oregon Health Authority or International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
HB3357: Allows dependent care income tax credit to be claimed for expenses to allow taxpayer or spouse to attend school as enrolled degree-seeking student.
HB3358: Increases state transient lodging tax rate and provides for transfer of moneys attributable to increase to county in which taxes were collected.
HB3359 A: Establishes Vacation Occupancy Task Force.
HB3396: Requires Oregon Health Authority to adopt standards for testing radon levels in new public buildings and certain new residential buildings.
HB3413 Enrolled: Authorizes Long Term Care Ombudsman to hire up to 10 deputy ombudsmen.
HJR0013: Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to permit Legislative Assembly, governing body of city, county, municipality or district, or people through initiative process, to enact laws or regulations regulating use of moneys in political campaigns.
SB0263 A: Provides that student who legally entered United States under Compact of Free Association treaty between United States and Republic of Palau, Republic of the Marshall Islands or Federated States of Micronesia and who has not previously established residence in any state or territory of United States other than Oregon qualifies for exemption from nonresident tuition and fees at public universities and is eligible to receive state and university scholarships or other financial aid.
SB0281: Requires manufacturer of digital product to label product with information relating to health risks associated with use of product.
SB0283 Enrolled: Directs 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 report results of review to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to education not later than January 2, 2021.
SB0745 A: Directs Department of Human Services to conduct annual in-person case planning with ward 14 years of age or older during which department informs ward that ward is eligible for transition services and provides ward with assistance in accessing transition services, if applicable.
SB0770 Enrolled: Establishes Task Force on Universal Health Care charged with recommending to Legislative Assembly design of Health Care for All Oregon Plan, administered by Health Care for All Oregon Board to provide publicly funded, equitable, affordable, comprehensive and high quality health care to all Oregon residents.
SB0853: Prohibits sale, purchase or use of pesticide chlorpyrifos.
SB0861 Enrolled: Requires state to pay for ballot return envelopes that can be returned by business reply mail, or other mailing service determined by Secretary of State to be more cost effective or efficient, for each election held in this state.
SB0870 Enrolled: Enacts Interstate Compact for Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote.
SJM0005 Enrolled: Urges Congress to lead global effort to reduce threat of nuclear war.
HB4002 B: Requires Portland State University Homelessness Research and Action Collaborative to study long-term rent assistance and to report to interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 1, 2020.
HB4003 B: Authorizes Housing and Community Services Department to provide grants, loans and technical assistance to organizations increasing homeownership program access to persons of color.
HB4005 B: Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock, in locked container or in gun room except in specified circumstances.
HB4039 A: Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide assessment of needs of and services for unaccompanied homeless youth in Oregon.
HB4040 A: Directs Judicial Department to establish Family Treatment Court Program in certain counties to improve outcomes in child welfare cases resulting from parent's or caregiver's alleged substance use disorder.
HB4085 A: Allocates lottery moneys from Veterans' Services Fund to Long Term Care Ombudsman for purpose of providing public guardian and conservator services to veterans.
HB4112 A: Modifies allocation formula for grants to children's advocacy centers.
HB4120 A: Appropriates moneys to Department of Human Services for transition services for current foster children and former foster children.
HB4127 A: Directs school districts to provide age-appropriate instruction in oral health as part of health education curriculum.
HB4141: Appropriates money to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for deposit in Court Appointed Special Advocate Fund and distribution to CASA Volunteer Programs.