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The 2011 Oregon Laws consist of one initiative law, chapter 1, Oregon Laws 2011 (Ballot Measure 73 (2010), adopted by the voters at the general election held on November 2, 2010, and each law passed by the Seventy-sixth Legislative Assembly at its 2011 regular session that was signed by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State. This online publication also includes selected legislative resolutions, a subject index, ballot measure tables, bill-to-chapter tables, and tables of statute sections amended, repealed or “added to.” Also included are amendments to the Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure promulgated by the Council on Court Procedures and state financial statements.
The Office of the Legislative Counsel prepared and published 2011 Oregon Laws in accordance with ORS 171.236. Financial statements are published with the 2011 regular session laws pursuant to section 5, Article IX of the Oregon Constitution.
Each session law chapter contains a cross-reference to its bill number. The dates of approval and filing by the Governor and the chapter’s effective date appear at the end of each chapter.
Oregon Laws Chapter 1 to Chapter 99
Oregon Laws Chapter 100 to Chapter 199
Oregon Laws Chapter 200 to Chapter 299
Oregon Laws Chapter 300 to Chapter 399
Oregon Laws Chapter 400 to Chapter 499
Oregon Laws Chapter 500 to Chapter 599
Oregon Laws Chapter 600 to Chapter 699
Oregon Laws Chapter 700 to Chapter 733
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Authorization for Publication and Evidentiary Status (pdf)
Veto Summary (pdf)
Vote on Statewide Measures (pdf)
Oregon Laws Amend and Repeal Tables (pdf)
Senate and House Bills Enacted Tables (pdf)
Ballot Measure Tables (pdf)
Oregon Laws Index (pdf)
Council on Court Procedures Amendments to ORCP
FY 2010 State of Oregon Financial Statements (pdf)
FY 2011 State of Oregon Financial Statements (pdf)
2008-2010 Oregon University System Suspense Accounts (pdf)
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