Additional resources related to the Oregon Legislature are available at the following locations:
Oregon Historical Society -The Oregon History Project
An online resource for learning about Oregon’s past. In these pages, historians and writers can help you explore the history of Oregon through the perspectives of the people who helped shape Oregon. Teachers and students can browse the Learning Center for suggestions on interpreting and researching historical records and for first-person accounts written by students and teachers who have studied and taught Oregon history.
on Indian Services
A legislative commission that recommends methods for the State of Oregon to improve services to tribes in Oregon.
This site was created with the citizen's perspective in mind. Its navigation is organized by customer need or "theme", not by the state's organizational structure. And, it includes key content areas such as Oregon Facts, Business, Working, Living, Education, Visiting, Government, OnLine Services, and Spanish-Language Services.
Oregon State Archives
A valuable location for legislative committee
minutes and historic documents.
The Secretary of State's Oregon Administrative Rules site.
of State Elections Division
For Oregon elections information.
Oregon Blue Book
The official directory of Oregon government, including state, county, city, federal, and tribal government information.
Kitzhaber's Web Page
For specific information about Oregon's governor.
FirstGov.Gov is an information portal for federal and state government with topics ranging from business, economy, science and technology.
National Conference of State
Links to other state legislatures' web and gopher servers.
Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Central repository for federal records, with links to the Federal Register and Presidential Libraries.
Thomas: Federal legislative
Hosted by the Library of Congress.
Library of Congress
Links to documents, photos, video and audio clips.
Contact information and answers to frequently asked questions about the legislature, legislative process other government agencies.
The staff of the Oregon Legislature cannot respond to public requests for legal advice. To understand and protect your legal rights, consult your private lawyer.