Bill Post

Representative Bill Post

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Is this really Rep. Post?Happy New Year, and welcome to 2021! Today, the Oregon Legislature is meeting to officially swear in the newly-elected members in both the House and Senate, and First Read pre-session filed legislation. Currently, there about 1,000 bills in the House Chamber and around 800 bills in the Senate Chamber. Typically, the Governor also gives a speech, but that is now to be delivered virtually at a later date. Next Tuesday, the legislature will officially begin the 81st Legislative Session, which is when committees will formally meet to discuss any bills that have been referred to any given committee. Throughout this session, I will keep you updated with weekly newsletters. As always, please feel free to reach out to me anytime.

Sincerely,

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Bill Post
State Representative - HD 25


Committee Assignments:

House Special Committee on Wildfire Recovery
House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources
House Committee on Business and Labor


Pre-Session Filed Legislation:

Below is legislation I submitted to the Chief Clerk's Office by the December deadline in order to be First Read today. Some bills were requested by constituents and are simple fixes, other bills are a result of workgroups, and most have bi-partisan support.

  • HB 2640 — Allows on premise consumption in certified smoke shop.
  • HB 2641 and HB 2642 — Relating to Dept. of Revenue.
  • HB 2643 — Modifies newborn safe haven law.
  • HB 2644 and HJM 2 — Recognizes Atomic Veterans and urges Congress to also do so.
  • HB 2645 — Relating to land use.
  • HB 2646 — Regulates Kratom.
  • HB 2647 — Pregnant women's assistance fund.
  • HB 2648 — Allows for behind the counter sales of Sudafed products.
  • HB 2649 — Veterans tax credit.
  • HB 2650 — K9 transportation.
  • HB 2651 — Modifies "motor voter" law.
  • HJR 6 — Modifies emergency clause usage.
  • HJR 8 — Requires the K-12 education budget is first to be passed each session.

How to use OLIS:

OLIS page

Public Transparency:

Click below to hear what I had to say on the House Floor about the 2021 Legislation Session!

Floor speech in mask

email:  Rep.BillPost@oregonlegislature.gov  I  phone: 503-986-1425
address:  900 Court St NE, H-479, Salem, OR 97301
website:  https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/post

 

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