The War Room will be every Thursday
at the IKE BOX café in the BAY ROOM!
299 Cottage St, NE, Salem
one block from the Capital
Join us May 11
Learn lobbying, testifying and analyzing.
Legislative Speaker each week.
BILLS ARE NOW IN THE SECOND HOUSE, SO THIS IS OUR LAST OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD. EVEN IF YOU CAN’T ATTEND, CLICK ON A BILL # AND SUBMIT TESTIMONY ON ANY BILL SLATED FOR PUBLIC HEARING.
COMPLETE LIST OF BILLS SCHEDULED FOR HEARING OR WORK SESSION HERE.
PUBLIC HEARING BILLS ON MAY 11
- HB 3068 AProvides that high school student in grade 11 or 12 may be awarded high school equivalency diploma if student has received certificate for passing approved high school equivalency test and meets other conditions.
- HB 3204 AEstablishes and modifies timelines related to enrollment of students in virtual public charter schools.
- HB 3435 Renames “Oregon prekindergarten program” to “Oregon Prenatal to Kindergarten Program” to reflect changes in purpose of program.
- HB 3564 AIncreases number of members of Higher Education Coordinating Commission representing congressional districts from five to six and decreases number of members of commission representing general public from four to three.
- SB 140 Requires Legislative Revenue Officer to study corporate activity tax.
- SB 789 Makes permanent certain restrictions on growing canola within Willamette Valley Protected District.
- HB 3526 Reduces termination notice period to 59 days for residential landlords selling dwelling unit for use as primary residence.
- SB 256 AProhibits person from knowingly or intentionally manufacturing, importing, distributing, offering for sale, selling or leasing or otherwise transferring, or installing or reinstalling counterfeit automobile supplemental restraint system component, nonfunctional airbag or object that does not comply with federal standard for make, model and year of motor vehicle.
- SB 614 APermits law enforcement agency to collect and maintain information about person’s political, religious or social views or activities if information was collected and maintained for lawful purpose, including activities carried out in accordance with policy for officer-worn video cameras.
- SB 1052 Modifies crimes related to involuntary servitude and human trafficking.
- SB 1060 AProvides that in prosecution for offense that includes as element causing physical injury to another person, evidence of physical injury may include specified types of evidence.
- HB 3297 Imposes mandatory per-mile road usage charge for registered owners and lessees of passenger vehicles of model year 2028 or later that have rating of 30 miles per gallon or greater, beginning July 1, 2027, and then of passenger vehicles of model year 2036 or later that have rating of 20 miles per gallon or greater, beginning July 1, 2035.
- SB 422 AAllows motorcycle operator to travel between lanes of traffic under certain conditions.
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