Oregon Property Value Reset Amendment (2014)

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The Oregon Property Value Reset Amendment, known in the legislature as Senate Joint Resolution 11, did not make the November 2014 statewide ballot in Oregon as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would have reset a property’s taxable value whenever it was sold. According to reports, this would have made the property value assessed for tax purposes more compatible with actual market values. SJR 11 died in the Senate. It was in committee when the legislative session adjourned.[1][2]

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The full text of Senate Joint Resolution 11, including the proposed constitutional changes, is available here.

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See also: Amending the Oregon Constitution

According to Section 1, Article XVIII of the Oregon Constitution it requires a majority vote of both chambers of the Oregon State Legislature to place the amendment proposed by the legislature on the statewide ballot. This measure was proposed as Senate Joint Resolution 11. SJR 11 was introduced on January 14, 2013, and was still in a Senate committee when the 2013 legislative session was adjourned.[2]

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