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2017 Legislative Session
 
Bills Tracked by Office of State Fire Marshal 
Current information about each bill is available on the Oregon Legislature web page. You will need to remember the bill number as you migrate to this page. 
  
House Bills
Senate Bills
HB 2131:
Directs Environmental Quality Commission to adopt rules applying certain oil spill prevention and emergency response planning requirements to railroads that own or operate high hazard train routes in this state.

SB 7:

Directs Environmental Quality Commission to adopt rules applying certain oil spill prevention and emergency response planning requirements to high hazard train routes in this state.

HB 2183:
Transfers authority relating to plan review and inspections of health care facilities from State Fire Marshal to Department of Consumer and Business Services.
 
SB 227 Updates rulemaking procedures to reflect current practices and implementation of electronic database of administrative rules.
HB 2473:
Establishes Grant program for OSFM to facilitate instillation of self-service dispensing devices
SB 228  Modifies procedures for agency rulemaking and for review of rules by Legislative Counsel
HB 2228 Requires agency to give notice of intent to adopt, amend or repeal rule to members of Legislative Assembly who represent geographic areas specifically affected by proposed action.
SB 566  Modifies existing administrative rule review process to require legislative approval of newly adopted administrative rules in order for rules to take effect.
SB 581 Requires agency to provide notice listing outside persons involved in proposed rulemaking.
HB 2212 Requires express or implied approval of permanent administrative rules by committees of Legislative Assembly before rules become effective.
SB 112  Requires carbon monoxide alarms in specific occupancies
HB 2522 Requires state agencies to report findings of mandated five-year review of administrative rules to specified interim committees of Legislative Assembly
HB 2669  Modifies requirements for local CR2K programs
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