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House Bill 4134, a bill tightening timelines for reporting for lobbyist’s clients and lobbyist registration, has passed both the Oregon House and Senate, and will head to Gov. Brown’s desk for approval. The bill requires lobbyists to register within three […]

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A task force on campaign finance reform has recommended changes to the Oregon Constitution which would allow limits to be placed on political contributions. The task force urged the Legislature to make the changes by approving a constitutional amendment allowing […]

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The Oregon Government Ethics Commission has announced the date their new online filing system will go live for lobbyist registration. Starting December 15, lobbyists should be able to register through the new online system for 2016. The online system has […]

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September 11, 2015  •  

Recall Campaign to Continue in Oregon

The Oregon Office of the Secretary of State has ruled a recall campaign against state Sen. Floyd Prozanski did not violate election law to collect the signatures it turned in. This ruling means the recall effort will be able to […]

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Gov. Kate Brown signed House Bill 2019 into law, expanding the membership of the Oregon Ethics Commission from 7 members to 9, effective July 1, 2016. Lawmakers passed many ethics reforms during the 2015 legislative session as a result of […]

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Gov. John Kitzhaber announced he will resign, effective February 18, 2015. The governor is the target of a criminal investigation involving payments he authorized to his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes, as a paid consultant to the state. The first couple was […]

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Prompted by Secretary of State Kate Brown, a bill in the Oregon Senate would impose campaign contribution limits in a state where contributions are currently unlimited. Senate Bill 75, now in committee, sets the individual and entity contribution limit at […]

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March 10, 2014  •  

Oregon Legislature Adjourned

  The Oregon Legislative Assembly adjourned sine die on Friday, March 7. The 2014 session lasted 33 days, 2 days short of the maximum allowed under the Oregon Constitution. Lawmakers will now turn their attention to campaigning, as all 60 […]

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ORESTAR, Oregon’s online campaign finance filing system, is back up and running after a security breach disabled the system for almost three weeks. All saved passwords have been deleted. Users must create a new password when logging in to ORESTAR. […]

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“Grand bargain” bills pass

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Governor still seeking votes to pass legislative package

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Legislature to consider tax policy for Nike

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2006 ballot measure remains unenforceable

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For contracts advertised or entered into beginning 2013

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