+ − Legislators (12) OR - Representative Jennifer Williamson (D) Title: Chair OR - Representative Chris Gorsek (D) Title: Vice-chair OR - Representative Sherrie Sprenger (R) Title: Vice-chair OR - Representative Jeff Barker (D) Title: Member OR - Representative Janelle Bynum (D) Title: Member OR - Representative Mitch Greenlick (D) Title: Member OR - Representative Rick Lewis (R) Title: Member OR - Representative Carla Piluso (D) Title: Member OR - Representative Mike McLane (R) Title: Member OR - Representative Karin A. Power (D) Title: Member OR - Representative Duane Stark (R) Title: Member OR - Representative Bill Post (R) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (297) OR - HB2921 Prohibits Attorney General from accepting funds from sources other than public bodies of this state to pay cost of employing assistants, temporary assistants, special legal assistants or private counsel to Attorney General. OR - HB2929 Creates offense of unlawful use of a bump-fire stock. OR - HB3223 Requires person who owns assault weapon on effective date of Act to register assault weapon or take other specified action within one year of effective date of Act. OR - HB2932 Prohibits court from inquiring into defendant's immigration status or requiring defendant to disclose defendant's immigration status at time of plea or at any other time during criminal proceeding. OR - HB2938 Requires that information concerning sex offenders convicted of certain offenses be released on website maintained by Department of State Police. OR - HB2959 Expands crime of offensive littering to include discharge of human waste. OR - HB2866 Prohibits person from collecting, using, storing, analyzing, deriving inferences from, selling, leasing or otherwise transferring geolocation information or audiovisual data about resident individual without first obtaining express consent from resident individual and making certain disclosures to resident individual. OR - HB2849 Modifies provisions of state law regarding custody of children or youth who have run away from home or placement to apply to all runaways. OR - SB33 Approves adoption of and modifications to rules of Oregon Criminal Justice Commission. OR - HB2882 Allows cause of action against patent holder or licensed manufacturer for genetically engineered organism present on land without permission of owner or lawful occupant. OR - HB3225 Requires police or enforcement officer to inform stopped person of reason for stop and that person has right to refuse request to search. OR - HB3224 Directs district attorney of each county to, no later than December 1, 2020, develop and adopt policies relating to discovery, charging decisions, sentencing and program recommendations and other specified subjects, and to make policies available to public on website. OR - HB3216 Creates civil cause of action against person who knowingly summons police officer with intent to cause specified harm. OR - HB3287 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and amount of fines imposed and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB2842 Directs Center for Health Statistics to enter name of parent on original record of live birth when paternity or parentage has been determined under certain circumstances. OR - HB2803 Requires Director of Oregon Youth Authority to request hearing before transferring to Department of Corrections physical custody of person aging out of Oregon Youth Authority custody. OR - HB3234 Requires court issuing extreme risk protection order to further order community mental health program director to provide respondent with referral for mental health treatment within 12 hours of receiving notice of service of order. OR - HB3037 Directs Department of Justice to study issues related to consumer protection and towing and to provide results of study to Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2019. OR - HB3036 Permits judge, in determining whether person's alleged violation of restraining order violates condition of release or other probation condition, to take into consideration whether person was provoked into violating restraining order. OR - HB3077 Modifies processes relating to reporting, investigating and appealing findings related to sexual harassment in schools. OR - HB3073 Extends statute of limitations for certain sex crimes. OR - HB3265 Prohibits possession of large-capacity magazine 180 days after effective date of Act. OR - HB3283 Directs State Court Administrator to study issues relating to courts and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2020. OR - HB3293 Provides that action based on sexual assault or knowingly allowing, permitting or encouraging sexual assault that occurs when person is 18 years of age or older must be commenced within five years from date person discovers, or in exercise of reasonable care should have discovered, causal connection between sexual assault and injury. OR - HB3290 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to study convictions. OR - HB3275 Authorizes Oregon Health Authority employees who work on Oregon State Hospital campus to store personal handgun and ammunition in vehicle when certain requirements are met. OR - HB3289 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct studies on local and regional correctional facility data collection and provision of health care. OR - HB3284 Directs Department of Corrections to study sex offenders. OR - HB3285 Directs Department of Justice to study law enforcement officers. OR - HB3288 Directs Department of Justice to study post-conviction relief. OR - HB3282 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on effect of prisoner reentry programs on rates of recidivism and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB2828 Provides that certain hearsay statements related to certain sex crimes are not inadmissible in evidence even though declarant is available as witness. OR - 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. OR - HB3057 Prohibits abusive conduct by parents or students toward school employees. OR - HB2898 Creates crime of domestic terrorism. OR - HB2991 Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt policies on responding to officer-involved domestic violence. OR - HB3258 Provides that person appearing before State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision for specified hearings has right to counsel and, if financially eligible, to have counsel appointed by Public Defense Services Commission at state expense. OR - HB3259 Directs Department of Corrections to study and report on creating inmate anatomical donation program to allow donor-eligible inmates to voluntarily donate bone marrow and peripheral blood stem cells. OR - HB3260 Modifies crime of trafficking in persons. OR - HB3291 Directs Department of Corrections to conduct study on adequacy of funding for counties for community corrections programs and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3299 Directs Department of State Police to conduct study on reporting of attempted unlawful firearm transfers and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3281 Requires Oregon Health Authority to research, study and compare behavioral health treatment in other states and report findings to appropriate interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2020. OR - HB3297 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and sentence imposed and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3292 Directs Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations on provisions of state law relating to juveniles. OR - HB3303 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and payment of restitution and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3286 Directs State Court Administrator to study issues relating to court fees and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2020. OR - HB3301 Directs Oregon Youth Authority to study and make recommendations on provisions of state law relating to operation and procedures of Oregon Youth Authority. OR - HB3295 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on pretrial release and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3302 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and payment of restitution and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3298 Directs State Court Administrator to study issues relating to juries and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2020. OR - HB3294 Directs State Court Administrator to study violations. OR - HB3300 Directs Department of Corrections to create, in collaboration with Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, pilot program establishing Center for Incarcerated Parents and Their Children at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility. OR - HB3246 Removes requirement that person may not file small estate affidavit until 30 days after death of decedent. OR - HB3296 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on relationship between recidivism rates and length of prison sentences and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3006 Modifies procedures for probate of estate with no known assets. OR - HB3177 Directs Attorney General to study role of social media networking sites in facilitating sex trafficking crimes and to report results of study to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to crime prevention not later than September 15, 2020. OR - HB3145 Establishes Task Force on Public Defense to examine and make recommendations concerning provision of public defense services . OR - HB3147 Directs Bureau of Labor and Industries to conduct study regarding noncompetition agreements in employment contracts and to report results to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to business and labor on or before February 1, 2021. OR - HB3162 Removes assistance animals from existing offense of interfering with assistance, search and rescue or therapy animal. OR - HB3164 Directs office of public defense services established by Public Defense Services Commission to distribute moneys to Metropolitan Public Defender Services for establishment and administration of pilot program according to specifications, collection of certain program data and submission of data to office. OR - HB3181 Allows defendant in eviction action to apply for order setting aside judgment. OR - HB3021 Provides that public body and its officers, employees and agents are immune from liability for claims arising out of real-time data related to traffic made available by public body. OR - HB3144 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on feasibility of automatically setting aside certain convictions related to marijuana and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3148 Directs Department of Justice to conduct study on implementation of laws prohibiting certain provisions in plea and release agreements and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3151 Directs Department of State Police to conduct study on reporting of attempted unlawful firearm transfers and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3146 Changes statutory references to "inmate" to "adult in custody.". OR - HB3149 Allows gun dealer or person transferring firearm at gun show to establish minimum age of at least 21 years of age for purchase of firearms. OR - HB3305 Directs State Court Administrator to study issues relating to court records and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2020. OR - HB3306 Directs Department of Corrections to conduct study on inmate transitional leave and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3007 Modifies provisions relating to small estates. OR - HB3008 Requires approval by probate court of settlement of personal injury claim or wrongful death claim arising out of injuries to decedent. OR - HB3014 Modifies crime of assault in the first degree to include intentionally or knowingly causing permanent physical injury to another person. OR - HB3360 Provides that bonds may be issued under Article XI-Q of Oregon Constitution if Chief Justice of Supreme Court determines that remodeling, renovation or expansion of court facilities is necessary or desirable. OR - HB3361 Renames crime of criminal impersonation of a peace officer to criminal impersonation of a law enforcement officer. OR - HB3186 Prohibits Department of Corrections and local correctional facilities from subjecting incarcerated persons to long-term solitary confinement. OR - HB2014 Restricts limitation on award of noneconomic damages to claims in actions for wrongful death. OR - HB2968 Modifies crime of promoting prostitution to include knowingly recruiting, persuading or encouraging, or attempting to recruit, persuade or encourage, another person to engage in prostitution. OR - HB3033 Requires Department of Corrections to prioritize assigning inmate with minor child to facility within reasonable distance of minor child. OR - HB2982 Authorizes local officials to determine whether residential properties subject to ongoing foreclosure or forfeiture proceedings are abandoned. OR - HB3255 Requires that State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision hearings be presided over by hearings officer. OR - HB3268 Redefines crime of aggravated murder. OR - HB3269 Removes future dangerousness as factor for jury to determine when deciding on sentence of death. OR - HB3304 Directs Department of Justice to conduct study on crime victim compensation and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB3346 Provides that juror may not be identified by name in court proceeding open to public. OR - HB3249 Provides that client has right to privately communicate with lawyer and representative of lawyer. OR - HB3335 Removes entering or remaining unlawfully in or on public transit vehicle or public transit station as manner of committing crime of interfering with public transportation. OR - HB3333 Makes unlawful employment practice for employer to request employee to enter agreement that would prevent employee from disclosing or discussing conduct that constitutes unlawful discrimination, including sexual assault. OR - HB3364 Prohibits business, or employee of business, that sells canisters or other products from which individual may directly inhale restricted inhalant from selling or delivering canister or other product to individual who is under 18 years of age. OR - HB3336 Provides that use of certain name other than name displayed on government-issued identification document does not constitute crime of giving false information to a peace officer in connection with a citation or warrant. OR - HB3337 Prohibits police officer from conducting or participating in activities intended to determine whether person has paid certain user charges, fees or tolls imposed by mass transit district. OR - HB3329 Allows gun dealer or person transferring firearms, firearm accessories, firearm components, ammunition or ammunition components for purchase at gun show, or business engaged in repairing or servicing firearms to establish minimum age of 21 years for such purchases, repairs or services. OR - HB3351 Increases civil penalty for violations of fireworks laws to be minimum of $500 and maximum of $5,000. OR - HB2430 Eliminates sunset date of Public Records Advisory Council. OR - HB3201 Provides that agreement for conditional discharge for controlled substance offenses may not contain requirement that defendant enter plea of guilty or no contest. OR - HB3371 Expands crime of criminal impersonation of a peace officer to include possession of false law enforcement vehicle. OR - HB3047 Modifies juvenile court dependency procedure to require any party issuing summons to bear financial responsibility for certain costs arising out of issuance of summons. OR - HB3088 Increases maximum penalty for certain wildlife law offenses committed with culpable mental state to five years' incarceration, $125,000 fine, or both. OR - HB3098 Creates offense of misrepresenting dog as service dog. OR - HB3054 Creates crime of unlawful discharge of a firearm. OR - HB3066 Enacts Uniform Recognition and Enforcement of Canadian Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act. OR - HB3064 Expands membership of Justice Reinvestment Program Grant Review Committee. OR - HB2459 Permits person or agent of person that holds lien that encumbers real property to request statement from person that holds another lien that also encumbers same real property of amount that is necessary to pay off other lien. OR - HB2461 Creates temporary stay of eviction for certain low-income veterans. OR - HB2467 Expands crime of assault in the third degree to include physical injury to person working in hospital while worker is performing official duties. OR - HB2466 Requires certain homeowners associations and all condominium unit owners associations to carry fidelity bond coverage, unless owners and board have elected otherwise in the preceeding year. OR - HB2545 Requires use of headlights when windshield wipers are on or there is fog. OR - HB2549 Authorizes reserve officers sponsored by law enforcement unit to pay for training as police with cash and G.I. Bill education benefits. OR - HB2562 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Education for Title IX enforcement and compliance, sexual harassment prevention and gender discrimination prevention. OR - HB2240 Authorizes State Court Administrator to establish Central Violations Bureau and designate employees to act as violations clerks. OR - HB3005 Modifies laws related to ignition interlock devices. OR - HB2041 Adds parole and probation officers to definition of "police officer" for purposes of life insurance benefits for police officers and firefighters. OR - HB2599 Establishes Task Force on Preventing Assaults Committed Against Public Transit Employees to address ways to reduce and prevent assaults committed against public transit employees. OR - HB2606 Reduces amount of lien against personal injury judgment, settlement or compromise secured by recipient of assistance by procurement costs of recipient in securing personal injury judgment, settlement or compromise. OR - HB2615 Repeals statutory authority for nonunanimous jury verdicts in criminal trials. OR - HB2614 Repeals driving privilege suspension and eliminates imposition of driving privilege restrictions for failure to pay fine. OR - HB2617 Allows owners in planned communities or condominiums to record open association meetings unless prohibited by declarations or bylaws. OR - HB2625 Directs Department of State Police to study how to increase and improve criminal justice resources relating to missing and murdered Native American women in Oregon and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2020. OR - HB2634 Provides that sexual assault restraining order is of indefinite duration and continues until order is terminated by court. OR - HB2631 Directs Department of Corrections, in cooperation with Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, to establish pilot program to provide legal services that assist women who are incarcerated at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility to reenter and reintegrate into local communities, to reduce womens' vulnerability to domestic violence and to obtain employment, housing services and other benefits. OR - HB2635 Expands membership of Justice Reinvestment Program Grant Review Committee. OR - HB2661 Shortens period of limitation for tort action by homeowner association or association of unit owners arising out of structure construction defect. OR - HB2657 Directs Department of Justice to administer violence prevention funding program in consultation with Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force. OR - HB2295 Establishes process of earned review for certain young offenders serving terms of imprisonment in custody of Oregon Youth Authority. OR - HB2298 Directs Department of State Police to create and maintain list of states that recognize Oregon concealed handgun licenses and require demonstration of handgun competency to obtain license that is similar to requirement in Oregon. OR - HB2239 Increases number of circuit court judges in certain judicial districts. OR - HB2299 Requires court to impose mandatory minimum sentence of imprisonment if person is convicted of crime of fleeing or attempting to elude police officer under certain circumstances. OR - HB2238 Modifies annual salaries of judges of Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit courts and Oregon Tax Court. OR - HB2300 Creates crime of sexual harassment by electronic means. OR - HB2251 Defines "assault rifle." Prohibits transfer of handgun or assault rifle to person under 21 years of age. OR - HB2328 Modifies culpable mental state for crime of unauthorized use of a vehicle when person takes, operates, exercises control over or otherwise uses vehicle, boat or aircraft without consent of owner. OR - HB2255 Restricts limitation on award of noneconomic damages to claims in actions for wrongful death. OR - HB2283 Provides that county, for purposes of grant-in-aid funding from Department of Corrections for community corrections, is responsible for supervision, sanctions and services for offenders convicted of certain domestic violence misdemeanors. OR - HB2321 Exempts from required disclosure pursuant to public records request, home address, home phone number and other specified personal information of county juvenile department employees who primarily perform duties related to youth offenders confined in detention facilities. OR - HB2552 Makes corporations eligible to serve on juries. OR - HB2354 Directs Oregon Business Development Department to issue loans or grants to City of Gold Beach to construct training facility for public safety personnel. OR - HB2368 Modifies juvenile court dependency procedure to require Department of Justice to bear responsibility for certain expenses arising out of summonses issued by Department of Human Services. OR - HB2369 Requires that court award damages for cost of replanting to plaintiff prevailing against federal government or contractor in action for injury to private land arising from fire originating on federal forestland. OR - HB2371 Permits court, after suspension of driving privileges for failure to pay fine, to reinstate person's driving privileges if person is employed. OR - HB2476 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to prepare benefit-cost analyses for legislative measures reported out of committee of Legislative Assembly that propose change to criminal law statutes of this state. OR - HB2478 Requires eviction judgment and writ of restitution to authorize sheriff's use of force in enforcing judgment. OR - HB2479 Increases fees payable to county sheriff for issuance, renewal or duplication of concealed handgun license. OR - HB2480 Provides that statement purporting to interpret otherwise admissible statement from one language into another does not constitute hearsay if declarant testifies. OR - HB2482 Provides exception to physician-patient privilege for examination at deposition about communications with patient's physicians about issue of patient's physical, mental or emotional condition in proceeding in which party relies on condition as element of claim. OR - HB2484 Directs Public Defense Services Commission to conduct study on improving provision of public defense services and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB2428 Provides that masturbation while in, or in view of, public place constitutes crime of public indecency. OR - HB2445 Creates crime of threatening a mass injury event. OR - HB2462 Directs court to, at time of arraignment, notify defendant that status as servicemember may make defendant eligible for treatment programs, diversion, specialty courts or sentencing mitigation. OR - HB2471 Provides that, in prosecutions for violation of city motor vehicle parking ordinances, defendant may not be required to pay fine or bail amount before requesting hearing or submitting explanation to court. OR - HB2465 Directs State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision to study parole for certain inmates. OR - HB2470 Directs Governor or designee to notify presiding judge of circuit court of county of conviction within 10 days of granting pardon. OR - HB2468 Immunizes landowner from claims by invitees, guests, permittees and licensees who, free of most charges, use the land for certain recreational, resource and outdoor purposes. OR - HB2473 Requires forensic laboratory to test blood or urine sample within 90 days of receiving sample in prosecution of driving while under influence of intoxicants. OR - HB2474 Excludes subpoenas issued by district attorneys for grand juries, or by Attorney General, from certain notice, content and procedural requirements applicable to summonses and subpoenas issued to financial institutions for financial records of customers. OR - HB2472 Authorizes Health Licensing Office to certify qualified applicant as sexual offense therapist intern. OR - HB2505 Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock or in locked container except in specified circumstances. OR - HB2514 Requires district school board or hearings officer to conduct hearing in executive session or privately if hearing pertains to or involves examination of confidential records of student. OR - HB2515 Requires correctional facilities to provide tampons, sanitary pads, postpartum pads and panty liners to certain incarcerated persons at no cost. OR - HB2648 Permits board of community college to determine whether to establish campus police department and commission police officers. OR - HB2681 Removes requirement that person seeking intervention in juvenile dependency proceeding or rights of limited participation in juvenile dependency or delinquency proceeding prove that existing parties cannot adequately present case. OR - HB2475 Expands definition of "physical injury" in Oregon Criminal Code to include certain physical conditions when injured person is 10 years of age or younger or 65 years of age or older. OR - HB2546 Creates credit against personal income tax for cost of criminal history record check required by state law for transfer of firearm. OR - HB2502 Modifies juvenile jeopardy law to describe hearings and proceedings that trigger jeopardy. OR - HB2705 Directs Department of State Police to establish voluntary firearm Do Not Sell List using secure Internet website. OR - HB2654 Requires youth to consult with legal counsel, in person, by telephone or by video conference, prior to custodial interview with peace officer and before waiver of constitutional rights. OR - HB2050 Requires law enforcement agencies to collect fingerprints, palm prints and identifying data for persons arrested for felony or misdemeanor. OR - HB2585 Establishes process for completing and filing report of death for person missing in wilderness or forested environment and believed to be deceased. OR - HB2589 Clarifies that sexual orientation is not considered physical or mental impairment and that individual does not have disability solely by reason of individual's sexual orientation. OR - HB2645 Establishes Task Force on Impacts of Mandatory Overtime on Corrections Staff. OR - HB2046 Directs Department of State Police to maintain staffing level of at least 15 patrol troopers per 100,000 residents of this state, beginning January 1, 2030. OR - HB2044 Requires that person classified as level two or level three sex offender file petition for review no later than 60 days after notice provided or mailed to person. OR - HB2051 Conditionally exempts from disclosure, pursuant to public records request, contents of reports made through Department of State Police statewide tip line unless public interest requires disclosure in particular instance. OR - HB2048 Requires juvenile court to ensure that person who waives right to hearing on issue of reporting as sex offender, or who fails to appear at hearing, completes form documenting person's obligation to report. OR - HB2049 Requires sex offender to report 21 days prior to intended travel outside United States. OR - HB2045 Extends deadline by which State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision must perform risk assessment and classification on existing sex offender registrants to December 1, 2026. OR - HB2047 Requires sex offender to report within 10 days of legal change of name. OR - HB2042 Removes sunset date on temporary law and makes permanent law authorizing Oregon Youth Authority and county juvenile departments to disclose and provide copies of reports and other materials relating to child, ward, youth or youth offender's history and prognosis to Department of Corrections for specified purposes. OR - HB3117 Modifies Family Abuse Prevention Act to authorize court to continue restraining order if abuse occurred within specified period, petitioner reasonably fears for petitioner's physical safety and respondent represents credible threat to physical safety of petitioner or petitioner's child. OR - HB2776 Increases penalties for crime of riot if, during commission of riot, person conceals person's face with intent to facilitate commission of riot. OR - HB2230 Limits amount of overtime nursing staff who work in correctional facility may be required to work. OR - HB2227 Modifies list of mandatory reporters of suspected child abuse to include animal control officers. OR - HB2677 Modifies manner of committing crime of assault in the third degree against certain public transportation employees. OR - HB2797 Requires sentence of 58 to 130 months' imprisonment if person convicted of unlawful delivery or manufacture of controlled substance that results in death of another person from use of controlled substance. OR - HB2166 Authorizes unit of local government that imposes local transient lodging tax to subpoena and examine witnesses, administer oaths and order production of books or papers to prosecute inquiries related to local transient lodging tax. OR - HB2789 Discontinues commissions of humane special agents. OR - HB2347 Clarifies that current safety belt exemption for delivering newspapers or mail applies to person driving route to deliver newspapers or mail. OR - HB2748 Modifies advance directive law to clarify that health care representative's authority to withhold or withdraw certain treatments must be specified in writing by principal in separate section of advance directive. OR - HB2750 Directs Department of Justice to establish program for awarding grants to law enforcement agencies and local governments for training of groups and agencies that interact with persons who have experienced trauma. OR - SB359 Provides structure and procedures by which business corporation and nonprofit corporation may ratify and approve defective corporate actions. OR - HB2758 Creates crime of misrepresenting an animal as an assistance animal. OR - HB2768 Requires incarceration facilities to provide tampons, sanitary napkins and undergarments to female persons in custody at no charge. OR - HB2767 Modifies description of marriage. OR - HB2241 Authorizes Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to collect fees from certain public bodies for use of certain state court technology services. OR - HB2258 Directs Judicial Department to establish Family Dependency Treatment Court Pilot Program in certain counties to minimize or eliminate amount of time children require protective custody as result of parent's alleged substance abuse. OR - HB2285 Clarifies receivership proceedings and reporting and notice requirements for residential properties that city or county determines are threat to public health, safety or welfare. OR - HB2286 Places civil forfeiture proceeds used to fund scholarship for children of deceased or disabled public safety officers in account established or designated by State Treasurer in Oregon 529 Savings Network, rather than in Oregon 529 College Savings Plan Subaccount. OR - HB2353 Authorizes Attorney General, district attorney or court to award penalty to public records requester, or order fee waiver or fee reduction, if public body responds to request with undue delay or fails to be responsive to request. OR - HB2362 Prohibits entry of order setting aside conviction or record of arrest, citation or charge for person convicted of four or more felonies. OR - HB2477 Requires purchaser of real property with intent to acquire redemption rights to include warning in deed transferring property. OR - HB2338 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on criminal sentencing outcomes and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020. OR - HB2395 Requires manufacturer to equip connected device with reasonable security features that protect connected device and information that connected device stores from access, destruction, modification, use or disclosure that consumer does not authorize. OR - HB2394 Creates Abandoned Recreational Vehicle Disposal Revolving Account within State Highway Fund. OR - HB2393 Removes requirement that intimate image be disclosed through Internet website for crime of unlawful dissemination of an intimate image. OR - HB2401 Modifies definition of "officer-initiated pedestrian stop" for purposes of profiling data collection by removing requirement that stop result in citation, arrest or search. OR - HB2400 Extends deadline to appeal mental illness determination under certain circumstances. OR - HB2486 Allows Real Estate Agency to electronically facilitate condominium reporting process. OR - HB2485 Establishes procedures for adoption of restated declaration, restated assignment of use of limited common elements and restated bylaws by condominium association. OR - HB2399 Provides that state appeal from order allowing demurrer must be decided by appellate court within prescribed time limits. OR - HB2431 Requires each state agency to report to Attorney General, Public Records Advocate and public records subcommittee of Legislative Counsel Committee on number of public records requests received during preceding year, and number of those requests still outstanding after specified periods of time. OR - HB2598 Permits creation of certain noncharitable business purpose trusts. OR - HB2397 Removes provision under which certain actions of person in soliciting participation in contest or sweepstakes are unlawful practice only if solicitation occurs through use of United States mail. OR - HB2500 Provides private right of action to recover for expenses in relation to veterinary care for abused domestic animal. OR - HB2096 Permits court to withhold all or part of attorney fees to person who prevails against Oregon Government Ethics Commission in contested case proceeding if court finds that commission's action was substantially justified or that special circumstances exist. OR - HJR10 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to allow juries to impose verdicts in criminal cases only by unanimous agreement. OR - HJR6 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to allow accused person to waive trial by jury with state agreement and trial judge approval. OR - HB3338 Prohibits police officers commissioned by public university from carrying firearms as police officers outside of police headquarters if public university is located in city with population exceeding 150,000. OR - HB3261 Modifies requirement to record interview with person under 18 years of age to include custodial interviews conducted inside law enforcement facility by peace officer, school resource officer or special campus security officer of investigations into misdemeanors, felonies and acts that, if committed by adult, would constitute misdemeanors or felonies. OR - HB3453 Prohibits moneys received as campaign contributions from being used to pay, or to reimburse for payment of, civil penalty imposed by house of Legislative Assembly on member of Legislative Assembly. OR - SB364 Modernizes certain provisions regarding support order enforcement. OR - HB3388 Modifies annual salaries of judges of Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit courts and Oregon Tax Court. OR - HB3387 Establishes additional permissible periods for retail sales of consumer fireworks. OR - HB3399 Requires state agency, in proceeding agency initiates to enjoin disclosure of public records, to name Attorney General as respondent. OR - HB3398 Allows any person to bring action to enjoin law enforcement agency from using agency resources to enforce immigration laws. OR - HB3405 Creates aggravated version of certain sex offenses. OR - HB3404 Requires specified mental health providers to report to law enforcement patient expression of intent to kill or seriously injure others if patient is likely to carry out intent and has ability to carry out intent. OR - HB2013 Provides that person subject to certain court protective orders is prohibited from possessing firearms if person had opportunity to be heard on order and did not request hearing, failed to appear at hearing or withdrew request before hearing occurred. OR - HB3417 Prohibits Attorney General from accepting funds from sources other than public bodies of this state to pay cost of appointing or employing assistants, temporary assistants, special legal assistants or private counsel to Attorney General. OR - HB3419 Prohibits prosecuting attorney from conditioning plea offer on waiver of specified rights, eligibilities and legal challenges. OR - HB3415 Requires institutions of higher education to both adopt written policies and require certain individuals to participate in annual training on sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. OR - SB696 Increases amount of insurance policy that may be required by county governing body to approve permit for outdoor mass gathering. OR - SB297 Modifies provisions for emergency commitment of individuals in Indian country. OR - SB474 Reduces length of time of parental desertion or abandonment of child resulting in forfeiture of parent's intestate share of child's estate or parent's interest in property transferred from child to parent by transfer on death deed in parental forfeiture action to one year if person who would benefit from forfeiture is child or sibling of deceased child or three years for all others. OR - SB509 Repeals crime of unlawfully transporting hay. OR - SB686 Allows athlete agents to pay for certain expenses in connection with recruiting and signing student athletes. OR - SB184 Authorizes court to initiate commitment proceedings for extremely dangerous person with mental illness if court determines that there is no substantial probability that defendant will gain or regain fitness to proceed. OR - SB388 Directs Governor or designee to notify district attorney and presiding judge of circuit court of county of conviction within 10 days of granting pardon. OR - SB424 Requires law enforcement agency to establish mental health wellness policy for addressing issues related to mental health wellness of law enforcement officers employed by agency. OR - SB375 Directs court to inform defendant of potential commitment or conditional discharge prior to accepting plea of guilty except for insanity. OR - SB423 Prohibits law enforcement agencies from employing person as law enforcement officer unless person has completed psychological screening to determine person's fitness to serve as law enforcement officer. OR - SB185 Prohibits person licensed to distribute cigarettes or tobacco products from affixing Oregon tax stamps or purchasing untaxed roll-your-own tobacco unless person certifies to Attorney General that cigarettes or tobacco was purchased directly from manufacturer or importer. OR - SB729 Modifies Elderly Persons and Persons With Disabilities Abuse Prevention Act to apply to elderly persons who are residents of long term care facilities. OR - SB596 Provides that if person reports commission of person felony to emergency communications system or law enforcement agency, evidence of prostitution obtained as result of making report may not be used against person in prosecution for prostitution or attempted prostitution. OR - SB31 Permits Oregon Public Guardian and Conservator to establish county, regional and statewide high-risk teams to identify options available for addressing safety risks facing highly vulnerable adults. OR - SB355 Makes nonsubstantive and technical changes in Oregon law. OR - SB186 Changes index for determining cost of living adjustments to limitations on damages under Oregon Tort Claims Act. OR - SB360 Updates laws that govern nonprofit corporations in this state. OR - SB495 Prohibits use of dog to extract inmate from cell in correctional facilities . OR - SB363 Permits Department of Justice to suspend support enforcement or hold back moneys received under support order from distribution if motion to modify support order may result in overpayment. OR - HB2481 Defines "reports and records" for purposes of public records in child abuse investigations. OR - SB25 Directs public bodies, and private medical providers in possession of relevant records, to comply, within specified time period, with court order for release of records to state mental hospital or other facility for purposes of forensic evaluation. OR - SB396 Establishes alternative procedure for use by owner, operator or employee of fuel dispensary to obtain removal of vehicle preventing or hindering access to fuel dispensing equipment. OR - HB3411 Requires reporting of physical sexual harassment by legislative officials and registered lobbyists. OR - HB2601 Limits guardian's authority to limit protected person's preferred associations with third parties. OR - SB638 Requires research facilities that use dogs or cats for laboratory research to offer dogs or cats no longer used for research for adoption prior to euthanasia. OR - SB356 Permits detailed parenting plan to include instructions regarding notification requirements for specified matters. OR - SB362 Requires defendant to file notice of intent to introduce evidence of mental defense at least 45 days before trial. OR - SB358 Removes provisions prohibiting Oregon State Bar from charging membership fees to members admitted to practice law for 50 years or more. OR - SB783 Modifies requirement to notify Attorney General of elder abuse proceeding, making failure to notify not jurisdictional defect. OR - SB684 Specifies requirements for covered entities that own, license, maintain, store, manage, collect, process, acquire or otherwise possess personal information, and for vendors that provide services to covered entities, to notify consumers of breach of security. OR - SB376 Directs guardian to deliver notice of order of appointment to certain persons. OR - SB15 Authorizes Youth Development Division to inspect and collect data from facilities in which juveniles are detained to ensure compliance with federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act. OR - SB1008 Requires court to include in judgment document age of defendant at time of committing offense if defendant is sentenced to term of incarceration and physical custody of defendant is related to age of defendant at time of committing offense. OR - SB597 Authorizes use of pseudonym, initials or other signifier instead of name of victim, or witness if witness is also victim, in indictment when specified requirements are met. OR - HB2244 Establishes Task Force on CourtCare and directs task force to study long-term funding source for statewide CourtCare program and report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to child welfare no later than June 30, 2020. OR - SB385 Allows presiding judge of each judicial district to establish alternative dispute resolution conference procedure for custody and parenting time modifications and enforcement proceedings. OR - SB290 Makes person voluntarily fighting wildfire immune from civil liability for injury resulting from good faith performance of firefighting efforts. OR - SB11 Requires person who purchases residential real property after foreclosure complaint has been filed and before end of redemption period to provide notice to seller regarding relinquishment of interests in property and rights to surplus funds. OR - SB581 Increases criminal penalties for offenses relating to use of unmanned aircraft system to interfere with aircraft. OR - SB269 Directs Department of Corrections to provide audit report prescribed by Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 to Legislative Assembly no later than February 1 following completion of audit report. OR - SB373 Expands public records law references that govern confidentiality of records maintained by Psychiatric Security Review Board. OR - SB576 Imposes certain requirements related to private security providers who contract with or are employed by institutions of higher education to provide private security services on campus and special campus security officers commissioned by governing boards of public universities. OR - SB726 Makes unlawful employment practice for employer to enter agreement that would prevent employee from disclosing or discussing conduct that constitutes unlawful discrimination, including sexual assault. OR - SB759 Provides that auction company has lien on motor vehicle that auction company possesses and stored on premises that auction company owns or controls. OR - SB797 Provides exception to offense of illegal consignment practices. OR - SB1011 Provides that obligee spouse's conviction for attempted murder or conspiracy to commit murder of obligor spouse is change of circumstances for purposes of spousal support modification. OR - SB775 Requires agencies of state government to conduct criminal records checks relating to employment by agency through Department of State Police. OR - SB962 Directs certifying agencies to certify to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, within specified time, victim helpfulness in detecting, investigating or prosecuting qualifying criminal activity. OR - SB498 Prohibits Department of Corrections from entering into contract with inmate telephone services provider that authorizes department to receive fee or commission other than reimbursement for expenses. OR - SB977 Repeals provisions relating to undertaking of justice of the peace. OR - SB318 Permits court to order equal parenting time when developing detailed parenting plan. OR - SB980 Modifies procedures by which eligible moneys are collected from Department of Corrections inmates for payment of court-ordered financial obligations. OR - SB321 Modifies procedures by which person convicted of felony initiates proceedings to obtain DNA testing. OR - SB369 Modifies definition of "substantial completion" for purposes of statute of limitation for action arising out of construction, alteration or repair of improvement to real property. OR - SB24 Modifies procedures related to criminal defendants lacking fitness to proceed. OR - SB810 Modifies definition of "vulnerable user of a public way" to include persons operating or riding on moped or motorcycle. OR - SB380 Prohibits county from bringing claim or action against person if claim or action is based on statement in trust deed that nominee or agent of lender is grantee or beneficiary, based on county's recording or indexing instrument that states that nominee or agent of lender is grantee or beneficiary or based on person's having obtained or transferred interest in trust deed by means of instrument that was executed or delivered to person but was not recorded in county's deeds and mortgages records ... OR - SB975 Establishes procedures for persons with marijuana convictions to file motion requesting court to reduce offense classification if, since entry of judgment of conviction, offense classification has been reduced. OR - SB924 Modifies juvenile code to prohibit placement of children and wards taken into protective custody in detention facilities. OR - SB873 Allows defendant in eviction action to apply for order setting aside judgment. OR - SB725 Specifies charges, convictions, arrests, deferred sentences, conditional discharges, referrals for diversion programs and pending indictments that may not be considered in fitness determinations. OR - SB1040 Makes owner, operator or lessee of quarry or mine located on property adjacent to Willamette River in Polk County and across river from City of Keizer liable for injuries resulting from bullets that stray outside boundaries of property if, after being notified that bullets have strayed, owner, operator or lessee fails to take reasonable measures to prevent additional bullets from straying. OR - SB479 Requires public employers to adopt policies to prevent workplace harassment. OR - SB420 Establishes procedures for persons with qualifying marijuana convictions to file motion requesting court to enter order setting aside conviction. OR - HB3435 Establishes additional permissible periods for permits to sell consumer fireworks at retail. OR - SB478 Prohibits campaign moneys and public moneys from being used to make payments in connection with nondisclosure agreement relating to workplace harassment. OR - SB995 Modifies provisions relating to restraining orders. OR - SB999 Modifies provisions requiring person to be informed about rights and consequences relating to driving under the influence of intoxicants. OR - SB708 Exempts petitioner in stalking protective order proceeding from requirement to pay prevailing party fee unless court finds petitioner initiated proceeding with malicious intent.