Reports regarding the education appropriation made by the 2003 Legislature and whether the appropriation is sufficient to meet quality education goals.
News and Press Releases are published by Legislative Members, Caucus and Leadership Offices, as well as Legislative Departments.
Background Briefs and Summary of Legislation publications are produced by the Legislative Policy and Research Office (LPRO) and can be found on their website.
Open government impact statements describe how measures affect the disclosure, or exemption from disclosure, of public records. They are prepared by Legislative Counsel as required by ORS 192.488.
For reports required by statute (HB3105, 2011) to be submitted to the Oregon Legislative Assembly – please email the complete report, in PDF format, to the Legislative Administrator at:
Statute also requires an executive summary of no more than two pages be sent to
House Assembly Members.
Redistricting is the process of redrawing legislative and congressional district lines following the decennial U.S. Census. The lines are redrawn so that districts are of roughly equal population as required by the Oregon Constitution and the U.S. Constitution.
The Oregon Legislature freely provides the legislative measure, committee, and legislative member data used in the Oregon Legislative Information System (OLIS) to the public in an Open Data Protocol (OData) API.
Below are a few links to information you may find useful.
Oregon.govOregon State Agencies ListOregon Governor's OfficeOregon Secretary of StateOregon State Treasurer
State Library of Oregon Catalog
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