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Task Force on Universal Health Care

In 2019, the Oregon Legislative Assembly passed Senate Bill 770, which established the Task Force on Universal Health Care. The Task Force is charged with recommending a universal health care system that offers equitable, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, publicly funded health care to all Oregon residents. The Task Force began meeting in July 2020, and submitted an interim status report to the Legislature in June 2021. As a result of an extension granted under Senate Bill 428 (2021), the Task Force will submit their final recommendation for a Health Care for All Oregon Plan no later than September 2022.

Between October 2020 and May 2022, several advisory and technical committees met and submitted recommendations to the Task Force. See the archive for information on their work.

Public Engagement

The Task Force invites you to its regional community listening sessions to listen, learn, and provide feedback about its work so far.  Sessions are taking place in June 2022. Please download and share the invitation, and be sure to attend.

The Task force has a draft proposal of its Universal Health Plan and a list of frequently asked questions.

For Outlook Invite (optional): For an optional calendar invite, and to register to receive meeting materials and reminders by email, please use this link.

To request spoken language interpretation, translation of materials, please email at least 72 hours before the meeting. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will interpret community listening sessions.

Invitation in Russian            Invitation in Korean            Invitation in Vietnamese          Invitation in Tagalog

Invitation in Traditional Chinese          Invitation in Simplified Chinese

Upcoming Meetings

Past Meetings

Public Comment

To submit written public comment, please email JTFUHC.


Materials from advisory and technical committee meetings held between October 2020 and May 2022 can be found here.

TFUHC Archive

Contact Info

For questions regarding Public Engagement please contact Devlin Prince.