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AGC’s 2023 Oregon Legislative Report Available Now

The 2023 Oregon Legislative Session marked a partial return to normal, as committee rooms reopened and in-person meetings resumed following several years of virtual meetings and exclusion from the building due to COVID. This return came at a critical time, as we relied more than ever on coalition work and our legislator allies this session. AGC tracked more 550 bills, and led multiple coalitions to pass, modify, or kill a variety of bills. While there were multiple attacks on the construction industry, AGC was able to stop or mitigate most of these attacks through collaboration with our coalition partners.

Read more about what bills passed, were defeated, and about the Legislative Session in general in our report, which you can find here. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to Kirsten Adams.

Read the 2023 Oregon Legislative Session Report.

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