For the 2020 session which began in February and will run for about five weeks, each Representative is limited to having two bills drafted and introduced. Below are the two bills Representative Sollman introduced and the two additional bills she signed on as a Chief Sponsor.
House Bill 4005
Requires owner or possessor of firearm to secure firearm with trigger or cable lock, in locked container or in gun room except in specified circumstances.
House Bill 4062
Relating to workers' compensation for occupational diseases that certain workers suffer.
House Bill 4076
Establishes Task Force on Age Discrimination.
House Bill 4098
Directs Department of Education, in consultation with STEM Investment Council, to develop statewide, long-term strategic plan to provide computer science education.
Representative Sollman was the Chief Sponsor of the following bills for the 2019 session. Click on the bill number for more information on each piece of legislation, including bill text, bill history, and materials from any public hearings that were held.
House Bill 2509
Prohibits retail establishments from providing single-use checkout bags to customers, except in certain cases.
House Bill 2563
Establishes Newborn Bloodspot Screening Advisory Board in Oregon Health Authority.
House Bill 2910
Requires that for person who completes prior educational requirements to participate in Oregon Promise program while confined in correctional facility, six-month period to enroll in courses to participate in program begins after person is first released from correctional facility.
House Bill 2914
Removes requirement that certain Metro lands be zoned for employment land of state significance.
Senate Bill 664
Requires school districts to provide instruction about Holocaust and genocide beginning with 2020-2021 school year.
For the 2018 session, which began in February, each Representative is limited to having two bills drafted and introduced. These are the two bills Representative Sollman introduced during the 2018 session. Click on the bill number for more information on each piece of legislation, including bill text, bill history, and materials from any public hearings that were held.
House Bill 4053
Requires Chief Education Office to prepare annual report on accelerated college credit programs.
House Bill 4074
Provides proceedings to escheat to State of Oregon matured United States savings bonds presumed abandoned and in custody of state.