Last Updated on August 23, 2022
HB 2367 – Establishes Oregon Right to Rest Act – 81st OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY–2021
As the bill was introduced:
Relating to rights of persons experiencing homelessness.
It is declared to be the public policy of Oregon to guarantee persons experiencing homelessness participation in the social and economic life of this state, remunerative employment, use of and free movement within public spaces, participation in and receipt of the benefits of the services, programs and activities of state government and local governments and housing accommodations of the person’s choice, without discrimination.
As of Jan 11, 2021, the “Introduced” version can be found here. At the end of the legislative session the bill was “In committee upon adjournment.” View the ongoing legislative process on this item here. Click on the “Text” tab to see text of the bill as it moves from the process.