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Rep Gail Whitsett
R-Klamath Falls
Oregon House District 56

2016 Votes 2/5/16


2016 Legislature

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900 Court St. NE, H-474
Salem, OR 97301

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2016 Votes Resolution and memorial votes in gray

Votes with party majority: 100% (Party avg: 84.13%)
Votes missed: 0 (0%)
February 5, 2016
Voted no on HB 4127, Makes statutory changes to achieve gender neutral language with respect to individuals who are in marital relationship. Passed, 43-13
Voted yes on HB 4117, Limits requirement that State Landscape Contractors Board offer practical skills test option as substitute for examination. Passed, 55-0
Voted no on HB 4073, Adds secular organizations to list of persons and entities authorized to solemnize marriages. Passed, 35-20
Voted yes on HB 4053, Expands permissible activities for brewery licensee. Passed, 56-0
Voted yes on HB 4023, Considers certain individuals to be residents of school district in which individuals attend school even if legal residences of individuals are no longer within district because of district boundary change. Passed, 55-1
Voted yes on HB 4022, Exempts retired member of Public Employees Retirement System from limitations on reemployment by public employer if member is reemployed by school district or education service district to provide services as speech-language pathologist or speech-language pathology assistant. Passed, 55-1
Voted yes on HB 4003, Extends sunset of Law Enforcement Profiling Work Group to July 1, 2017. Passed, 56-0
February 4, 2016
Voted yes on HB 4126, Permits cities outside Metro to complete evaluations and amendments of urban growth boundaries under statutes and administrative rules in effect on June 30, 2013. Passed, 54-0
Voted yes on HB 4104, Defines "limited benefit coverage." Excludes health insurance offering limited benefit coverage from certain statutory requirements for health insurance coverage. Passed, 54-0
Voted yes on HB 4082, Expands crime of promoting prostitution to include receiving goods, services or other things of value derived from prostitution activity in certain circumstances. Passed, 54-0
Voted no on HB 4044, Permits pawnbroker to keep register or record in electronic form and to deliver register or record kept in electronic form to local police agency in electronic form. Passed, 42-12
Voted yes on HB 4009, Designates March 28 of each year as Minoru Yasui Day. Passed, 56-0



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