HB 2772 Crime of domestic terrorism

VOTE:NO
Signed into law by Gov.Kotek

HB 2572 Paramilitary civil disorder

VOTE:NO
Signed into law by Gov.Kotek

HB 2005 Prohibits handmade guns, ownership until 21, & concealed carry by local governments

01/22/2023 VOTE:NO – Signed into law by Gov.Kotek 7-13-23, effective 7-13-23 Status (overview) of bill: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2023R1/Measures/Overview/HB2005 Compromise Amendment – Revisions to HB 2005 are not so clear. The bill still requires a manufacture number, or privately made firearm (PMF) to have a serial number, which isn’t clear the time frame allowed to obtain a number once made. By requiring a…

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HB 3445 Prohibits county to act as firearm agent

03/06/2023 VOTE:NO – Died in Committee Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2023R1/Measures/Overview/HB3445 Committee assigned to bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2023R1/Committees/HJUD/Overview This bill authorizes county to adopt ordinance concerning Ballot Measure 114 (2022) providing that law enforcement agency with jurisdiction entirely within county is not required to act as firearm purchase permit agent, and permit is not required for transfer of firearm from transferor within county-to-county resident.

SB 320 Reduces prison time

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

SB 517 Prohibits denying license based on criminal record

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

SB 779 Police required to get college degree

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

SB 188 Repeals not allowing courts to exclude evidence

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

SB 527 Allows gun dealers to restrict service under 21

VOTE:NO
At president’s desk upon adjournment

HB 2006 Sets gun ownership at 21

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

HB 2007 Allows public entities to prohibit guns on property

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

SB 551 OHA in charge of dispensing firearms info

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

HB 3513 Gun storage grants used as suicide prevention

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

SB 1510 Refuse consent to search and prohibits stops for vehicle light outages

VOTE:NO
Signed into law by Gov Brown

SB 1543 Paid lawyers for illegal immigrants

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

SB 1511 Right to retrial for non-unanimous verdict

VOTE:NO
Died in Committee

HB 4149 Gun-free zone liability

VOTE:YES
Died in Committee

SB 1577 Prohibits undetectable and untraceable firearms

VOTE:NO
Died in Committee

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HB 3145 Makes Publicly Available Database of Information about Public Safety Employees Records

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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SB 817 No More Fines on Court Bailouts for Juveniles

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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HB 2930 Creates new Commission regarding Law Enforcement Standards

VOTE:YES
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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HB 2928 Restricts the use of Riot Control Tools for Law Enforcement

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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HB 3265 Foreign criminal protections

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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HB 2172 Lowers minimum sentencing

VOTE:NO Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07-14-21 Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/HB2172 This bill changes mandatory minimum sentences for specified felonies other than murder to presumptive sentences. This is an attempt to allow a lesser sentence and overturn the twice voter approved Measure 11. Personal Choice and Responsibility For victims trying to move on and heal from abuse, letting…

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HB 2543 Delaying Firearm purchases

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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HB 3005 Ends state preemption over local gun ban ordinances

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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SB 401 Redefines minimum sentencing

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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HB 3088 Repeals crime of prostitution

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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HB 2510 Lockup requirements for Firearms

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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HB 3115 Homeless camping

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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SB 396 Defines “undetectable firearm” and creates fines.

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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HB 3355 requires officers’ names on uniforms during crowd control.

VOTE:NO
Signed as law by Gov. Brown

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HB 2481 Prohibits Law Enforcement Agencies from receiving Military Surplus Equipment

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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SB 296 Chief Justice during Emergency suspend time periods in court proceedings

VOTE:NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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SB 554 Allows ban of carry by CHL holder by Colleges, Universities, School Districts and Airport

VOTE:NO Signed into law by Gov. Brown on 06-01-21 Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB554 This bill allows the State Capitol, colleges, universities, school districts, and the Portland Airport to ban carried firearms in or on their grounds by those with Concealed Handgun Licenses (it’s already illegal if you don’t have a CHL), making possession a Class A misdemeanor (364 days jail…

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SB 604 Requires permit to purchase firearms

01/21/2021 SB 604 VOTE:NO – Died In Committee Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB604 This bill would have required a person to obtain permit before purchasing or otherwise receiving firearm under circumstances requiring criminal background check. Permit to be obtained from county sheriff or municipal police department and valid for 5 years. Person must provide proof of completion of firearm safety course…

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SB 585 Ends state preemption over local gun ban ordinances

01/21/2021 SB 585 VOTE:NO –  Died In Committee Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB585 This bill would have repealed ORS 166.170 through 166.176, which are the Oregon statutes that allow only the state to restrict the “sale, acquisition, transfer, ownership, possession, storage, transportation or use” of firearms (referred to as “preemption”), and not cities, counties or school districts. Personal Choice and Responsibility…

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HB 4208A Non-Lethal Means of Crowd Control/Dispersal.

VOTE:YES – Governor Signed  Allows law enforcement officers to deploy tear gas to control/disperse riot crowds as long as they follow certain procedure.

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HB 4203 I Cant Breathe

VOTE:YES – Governor Signed. Prohibits the use of force that impedes normal breathing or circulation of blood of another person by applying pressure on the throat or neck, unless peace officer may use deadly physical force.

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HB 4201A Use of Force study

VOTE:NO – Governor Brown Signed into Law. Transfers investigation of police use of deadly force incidents to state Attorney General who is required to appoint a special investigator, and release reports of officers even if not charged.

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HB 4126 Concealing Face During Riot

VOTE:YES – Died In Committee. Increases penalties for concealing persons face during a riot.

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HB 4041 Reorganizes Several Departments of Emergency Preparedness and Response

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee. Renames the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) as Oregon Department of Emergency Management and establishes the department as a state agency independent from the Oregon Military Department (OMD)

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HB 4005A Mandatory Gun Lock Up

VOTE:NO – Died in Committee. Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock or in locked container when transferring the firearm and at all other times that the firearm is not carried by or under the “control” of the owner, and more.

SB 1538 Allows localities to ban “carry” by CHL holders

01/30/2020 SB 1538 VOTE:NO Status (overview) of bill:https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2020R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB1538/ This bill allows cities, counties, school districts, colleges and universities, and metropolitan service districts to ban carried firearms in or on the grounds of “Public Buildings” – *even by those with Concealed Handgun Licenses.* “Public Building” is defined in ORS 166.360: “Public building” means a hospital, a capitol building, a public or…

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SB 1538 Localities allowed to ban carry by CHL holders

VOTE:NO – Died in Committee. Allows cities, counties, school districts, colleges and universities, and metropolitan service districts to ban carried firearms in or on the grounds of “Public Buildings” – even by those with Concealed Handgun Licenses.

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SB 1013 A – Reclassifies aggravated murder to decrease crimes eligible for death penalty

VOTE:NO – Governor Brown Signed Into Law
This bill reclassifies current manners of committing aggravated murder as murder in the first degree, thus removing death penalty as an option in sentencing

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HB 3064B County reduction of prisoners

VOTE:NO – Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Reducing imprisonment, which would decrease holding people accountable for their actions, will lead to early release, recidivism and higher crime

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HB 2449 Doubles phone taxes for 9-1-1 services

VOTE:NO – Gov Brown Signed into Law

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HB 3329 Raises age to buy a gun to 21, determined by gun dealer

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee

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SB 978 Firearm ownership, transfer, storage and use restrictions

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee

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HB 2505 Requires locked container or trigger locks on firearms

HB 2505 VOTE:NO – Died In Committee
Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock or in locked container except when carried or otherwise ‘under control of,’ and more.

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HB 2014 Increases cap on noneconomic damages

VOTE:NO – Failed in the Senate
Removes $500,000 cap on noneconomic damages for actions arising out of bodily injury or death.

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HB 3338 Prohibits carrying firearms by university police

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee
Prohibits police officers commissioned by public university from carrying firearms

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HB 2932 Prohibits asking defendant’s immigration status

VOTE:NO – Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Prohibits court from asking defendant’s immigration status

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SB 925 Allows prohibiting possession even by CHL holders in public areas

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee
Allows local government organizations to ban carried firearms even by those with CHL permits.

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HB 3265 Bans magazines above 10 round capacity

VOTE:NO – Died In Committee
Rrohibits both fixed and detachable firearm magazines with more than ten round capacity.

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