Legislative Session 2021

The Oregon Legislature is meeting for the 2021 legislative session. There are several important bills coming up. See below for opportunities to testify and help support or oppose key bills.

Updated April 5th, 2021

HB 2367 - Right to Rest (SUPPORT)

This bill is scheduled for a hearing on Tuesday 4/13 at 1:00 PM.

Look through the State website on HB 2367

Sign up to testify virtually online or on the phone

Submit written testimony

Sample testimony (copied from WRAP materials):

To the House Committee on Judiciary

The criminalization of homelessness harms our entire community: public funds are drained by security and "clean-up" initiatives that ultimately work to further entrench our most vulnerable into poverty. HB 2367 would ensure that all Oregonians have the right to exist in public space without the threat of harassment, citation, or arrest.

Please move HB 2367 with a do pass recommendation.

Thank you

[Name]

SB 282-4 - Extend the eviction moratorium grace period (SUPPORT)

This bill was passed out of committee in the Senate. It now needs to go before the Senate.

Learn more about SB 282

SB 291-4 - Screening Requirements (SUPPOT)

This bill has passed in the Senate and is awaiting action in the House.

Learn more about SB 291

SB 838 - Establishing real property owner registry (SUPPOT)

This bill has a work session scheduled on Thursday, April 8th, 1 PM

Learn more about SB 838


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