Oregon Senate Bill 145 (2013)

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Oregon Senate Bill 145 (2013)
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Legislature:Oregon State Legislature
Text:SB 145
Legislative History
Introduced:January 14, 2013
State house:June 28, 2013
State senate:May 22, 2013
Governor:John Kitzhaber
Signed:August 14, 2013
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing initiatives in Oregon
Code:Oregon State Code
Section:Chapter 758

Oregon Senate Bill 145 was introduced on January 14, 2013, and signed by governor John Kitzhaber on May 22, 2013. It was approved unanimously in the House and with one dissenter in the Senate, Brian Boquist (R-12), with two senators "not voting."[1]


Oregon Senate Bill 145 requires:[2]

  • the definition of "petition committees" to include persons who receive contributions or make expenditures in support or opposition to initiatives, referenda or recall petitions
  • the removal of the liability of a candidate's treasurer for defaults or violations of law that occur in performance of duties.
  • a civil notice of civil penalty for the failure to file a required campaign finance statement

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