Stuff here about Protecting the Environment etc. etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

etc.

Key Victories

All Related Legislation

2012

HB4123: Requires Oregon Health Authority to maintain list of designated high priority chemicals of concern for children's health used in children's products.


2013

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.


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.


HB3364 Enrolled: Requires appointment of State Integrated Pest Management Coordinator.


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.

2014

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.

2015

HB2931: Directs Oregon Health Authority to disseminate to school districts information related to elevated levels of radon.


HB2979: Funds free, or reduced-fare, transit passes for students attending public secondary schools and increased transit service in vicinity of public secondary schools.


HB3102: Prohibits use of studded tires.


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.


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.


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.

2017

HB2669: Modifies requirements for local community right to know regulatory programs for toxic substances and harmful substances.


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.


HB2913: Imposes fee on retail sale of studded tires and on installation of studs in tires.


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.


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.


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.

2018

HB4126 A: Establishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste.

2019

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.


HB2670: Prohibits restaurant from providing single-use plastic straw to consumer unless consumer requests straw.


HB2772 A: Establishes product stewardship program for household hazardous waste.


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.


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.


HB3058 A: Requires State Department of Agriculture to review current scientific data regarding safety of pesticide products containing chlorpyrifos.


HB3182 A: Requires permit for construction, installation or operation of onsite nonpotable water system.


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.


HB3355: Removes limit on number of chemicals Oregon Health Authority may include on list of high priority chemicals of concern in children's products.


HB3396: Requires Oregon Health Authority to adopt standards for testing radon levels in new public buildings and certain new residential buildings.


SB0853: Prohibits sale, purchase or use of pesticide chlorpyrifos.


SJM0005 Enrolled: Urges Congress to lead global effort to reduce threat of nuclear war.

All Related News

Resources