- East Metro Prevention Program (2021): $2 million investment to support East Multnomah County that will include culturally responsive outreach and intervention work to prevent gun violence.
- HB 2417 – Crisis Stabilization Services (2021): Expands crisis stabilization services, including crisis stabilization centers meeting criteria adopted by Oregon Health Authority by rule, short-term respite facilities, peer respite centers, behavioral health urgent care walk-in centers, and crisis hotline centers.
- HB 2929 – Police Misconduct (2021): Directs Bureau of Labor and Industries to establish and maintain a database for reports of misconduct by police officers and to investigate certain reports of misconduct.
- SB 1510 – Transforming Justice (2022): Appropriates moneys to Oregon Criminal Justice Commission for Justice Reinvestment Equity Program. Requires certain training for parole and probation officers, and modifies general conditions of probation and post-prison supervision. Requires police officers to inform stopped persons of the right to refuse consent to search.
- Homelessness Prevention and Intervention (2022): $400 million investment to address homelessness and connect people with shelter and critical services, build on investments to increase the supply of affordable housing, and keep Oregonians in affordable homes.
- SB 282 – Rental Assistance (2021): Extends the state of Oregon’s eviction moratorium grace period along with tenant protections.
- HB 2009 – Homeowner Assistance (2021): Reinstates the state of Oregon’s residential foreclosure moratorium along with basic protections for homeowners during the pandemic.
- HB 2316 – Behavioral Health Housing Incentive Fund (2021): Establishes the Behavioral Health Housing Incentive Fund and moves it under the purview of the Oregon Health Authority. This allows the Oregon Health Authority to better design housing for individuals facing substance use disorders and/or mental health disorders.
- Child Care Affordability (2022): A historic $1 million investment intended for providing grants for new and existing childcare providers along with addressing the administrative costs associated with forming the new Early Learning and Care Department.
- HB 4117 – EITC Tax Credit (2022): Provides funding to community-based organizations, so Oregonians in underserved communities can better access the tax credits they are entitled to. Passage of the bill should increase the state’s take up of EITC credits to at least the national average of 79%, meaning an additional $32 million dollars for Oregon working families.
- SB 1545 – Future Ready Oregon (2022): A $200 million investment for workforce development activities that aim to increase access for priority populations to training opportunities in technology, health care and manufacturing and to workforce development services and benefits.
- HB 4015 – Entrepreneurial Development Loans (2022): A permanent increase to $1 million in entrepreneurial development loans for small businesses.
- HB 3046 – Behavioral Healthcare Parity (2021): Specifies behavioral health treatment that must be provided by coordinated care organizations and covered by group health insurance and individual health plans.
- HB 2360 – Public Charge/Charity Care Fix (2021): Prohibits nonprofit hospitals from requiring patients to apply for medical assistance before screening for or providing financial assistance.
- HB 2359 – Interpretation Accountability Act (2021): Requires health care providers to work with a health care interpreter from the health care interpreter registry administered by the Oregon Health Authority.
- SB 755 – Addiction Treatment (2021): Increases access to low-barrier, culturally-responsive treatment, recovery, housing, and harm-reduction services.
- SB 5514 – Public School Funding (2021): A $9.3 billion allotment for K-12 public schools. It is the largest investment in the State School Fund yet.
- HB 4030 – K-12 Workforce (2022): Provides $78 million in grants to support retention and recruitment of K-12 educators and other support personnel in schools across Oregon
- SB 513 – Civics Education (2021): Students must demonstrate proficiency in civics in order to graduate from high school by requiring students to complete at least one-half credit of civics.
- HB 2536 – School Breakfasts and Lunches (2021): Requires schools to offer lunches and breakfasts at no charge to students if the school or school district meets requirements of special provisions of federal meal program or if the student is from a household with an income that does not exceed 300% of federal poverty guidelines.
- HB 2021 – 100% Clean Energy for All (2021): Requires retail electricity providers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with electricity sold to Oregon consumers to 80% below baseline emissions levels by 2030, 90% below baseline emissions levels by 2035, and 100% below baseline emissions levels by 2040.
- SB 762 – Wildfire Preparation (2021): Provides $200 million to help Oregon modernize and improve wildfire preparedness.
- HB 2475 – Energy Affordability Act (2021): Authorizes Public Utility Commission to consider differential energy burden and other inequities of affordability in rates.
- HB 2842 – Healthy Homes (2021): Establishes Healthy Homes Program within the Oregon Health Authority to provide grants to entities to provide financial assistance to low income households and landlords. Financial assistance is intended for addressing environmental hazards and critical home repairs.
- $2 million for the East Metro Prevention Program, supporting gun violence prevention and intervention efforts
- $1 million for Gresham High School’s health based center
- $750K for the City of Gresham’s homelessness efforts
- $300K for youth recreation opportunities in East County
- $125K to SnowCap Community Charities to provide food, clothing, and essential services to the community during the pandemic