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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I hope you all have a safe and healthy Memorial Day, remembering our fallen veterans and honoring those who continue to protect our country. My father served in WWII and my late husband served in the Vietnam War. I remember all who lost their lives and families left behind.

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2021 Session Committee Assignments 

Joint Committee On Ways and Means

Joint Committee On Transportation - Co-Chair

House Committee On Agriculture and Natural Resources - Vice Chair

Joint Committee On the Interstate 5 Bridge - Co-Chair

Joint Committee On Ways and Means Subcommittee On Education - Co-Chair

2019-2020 Joint Emergency Board

2021 Session Committee Assignments 

Joint Committee On Ways and Means

Joint Committee On Transportation - Co-Chair

House Committee On Agriculture and Natural Resources - Vice Chair

Joint Committee On the Interstate 5 Bridge - Co-Chair

Joint Committee On Ways and Means Subcommittee On Education - Co-Chair

2019-2020 Joint Emergency Board

How to Participate

Watch all Oregon State Legislature Live-Streams and Meetings HERE


Track all 2021 Session Bills HERE


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Instructions on How to Testify:

English instructions here

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The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will honor the nation’s fallen service members this Memorial Day during a virtual Statewide Memorial Day Ceremony, in line with continuing gathering limits in place in many areas due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

 ODVA Director Kelly Fitzpatrick will serve as emcee and one of the event’s keynote speakers, delivering remarks on the theme of unity. The event will also feature remarks by other honored veterans and distinguished guests, as well as pre-recorded ceremonial elements filmed on location (with no audience) at the Oregon Korean War Memorial in Wilsonville. These elements include a color guard ceremony, the national anthem, a wreath-laying ceremony and Taps.

 The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs is grateful to the Oregon Military Department, Oregon National Guard, City of Wilsonville and Korean War Veterans Association for their support of this unique event.

 The ceremony will premiere virtually at 10 a.m. Monday, May 31 on ODVA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/odvavet) and YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAQVavs9KmvDeJ42ySFtY8A).

2021 Session: Bill Highlights

  • House Bill 2165: Governor Brown signed this bill this past Wednesday. The legislation was introduced by the Governor’s Office to expand access to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, particularly to people with low incomes and people of color. HB 2165 addresses equity by expanding the benefits of vehicle electrification to communities of color, rural, and low-income communities across Oregon. It also helps Oregon achieve its ambitious electric vehicle goals through an extension of the state’s successful EV rebate program and the collection of a new utility charge for utilities to expand EV infrastructure.


  • House Bill 2001: This bill was passed out of the House this past Tuesday and it would require a school district that is making reductions in educator staff positions to retain teachers with less seniority if the teachers have more merit and if retention of teachers is necessary to maintain the school district's diversity ratio. It is important for our educator body to properly reflect our diverse student and general population here in Oregon.


  • SB 79 A: This bill was passed yesterday, and expands uses of the Home Ownership Assistance Account to include funding grants and technical assistance for organizations working to increase access to homeownership for low-income individuals and people of color. Housing affordability, accessibility and homeownership are central to the BIPOC Caucus’ priorities for this Session.

Updates from Salem

Governor Kate Brown Orders Flags Lowered to Half-Staff to Honor the Victims of the Tragedy in San Jose, California

  • Governor Kate Brown ordered all flags at Oregon public institutions to be flown at half-staff until sunset, May 30, 2021 to honor and remember the victims of the shooting in San Jose, California.

The full Presidential Proclamation is available at the White House website.

Interstate Bridge Replacement Update

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Bi-State Legislative Committee holds May meeting

The Bi-State Legislative Committee is made up of eight legislators from each state that provide oversight and guidance to the program (formed as the Joint Oregon-Washington Legislative Action Committee in Washington and the Joint Committee on the Interstate Bridge in Oregon). On May 25, members received an update on IBR program progress and community engagement activities that have occurred since their last meeting in December 2020, prior to the start of their respective legislative sessions. The committee provided feedback to the program on the approach and next steps to identify an IBR solution, and discussed drafting a letter from the committee to the federal delegation. Review the meeting and materials from the May 25 Bi-State Legislative Committee.


Upcoming Listening Sessions

Tell us about your experience, registration is required to participate.  

Downtown Vancouver Listening Session: Tuesday, June 1, 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Active Transportation Listening Session: Tuesday, June 8, 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Sustainability and Climate Listening Session: Thursday, June 17, 5:30 – 7 p.m.


Myth versus Fact!

Myth: It has already been decided that light rail will be the transit mode across the Interstate Bridge Replacement program.

Fact: The IBR program is committed to identifying a multimodal solution that accommodates all people and modes of travel to provide equitable access to jobs and critical services. A transparent, data-driven process will be used to evaluate transit modes, including both Light Rail Transit (LRT) and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), to determine the mode that best meets the region’s needs today and into the future, and also fits within the operating plans of the two partner transit agencies, C-TRAN and TriMet.

For more answers to frequently asked questions see our FAQs on our website.

For the Interstate Bridge Replacement Newsletter for May, click here


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Vaccine Updates

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Washington Co. Vaccine Information:

Every Oregonian age 12 and up is eligible for a vaccine. Twelve to 14 year-olds must be accompanied by either a parent, guardian or someone designated by the parent. If someone other than a parent or guardian accompanies the 12 to 14-year-old, they will need to provide proof of parental/guardian consent. 

Proof of consent is either:

  • A signed consent form (available in English and Spanish on the All4OR.org site) 
  • A written or typed note that includes the parent/guardians name, relationship to the young adult, their date of birth, a statement saying they consent to young adult being vaccinated and the parent/guardian signature.

Fifteen-year-olds do not need to be accompanied, and do not require parental consent in the state of Oregon.

You can now WALK IN to the Oregon Convention Center for a vaccination, or you can schedule your own first-dose COVID-19 vaccination appointment there via this new website. It works best using Chrome, Edge or Safari. The Pfizer vaccine is given at this location, so it's a great option for those ages 16 and up.

Get Vaccinated Oregon: Sign up here and you will be sent an invitation when a vaccine appointment is available to you. Appointments are for the Oregon Convention Center as well as other locations, including some in Washington County. 

OHSU drive-thru clinics at Hillsboro Stadium and PDX Airport Red Economy Lot: Schedule online via OHSU's tool. New appointments are released at 9 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays at the very least. Other days are often added at the last minute, so you might want to visit OHSU's page weekdays at 9 a.m. if you are looking for an appointment. 

Washington County-sponsored community clinics open to public:  Appointments are preferred at our clinics, but you can walk in up to an hour before the clinic closes. Further details for the following clinics are available at the scheduling link

  • 5/29 Johnson & Johnson @ St. Anthony's Church in Tigard
  • 6/1 Johnson & Johnson @ St. Anthony's Church in Tigard
  • 6/5 Johnson & Johnson @ Hillsboro Senior Center 

Columbia Sportswear drive-through clinic in Beaverton: June 6-7. Pfizer vaccine for ages 12+. Make your appointment here!

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers: All vaccination events are open to the community, do not require an appointment, and do not require you to be a Virginia Garcia patient. You do not have to have insurance in order to receive a vaccine. If you have insurance, please bring your card with you. Remember, vaccines are free!

Local pharmacies: As of April 27, 2021, pharmacies are required to offer second/boost doses to people who received their first dose somewhere else.

How much does the vaccine cost?  Vaccines are provided free of charge to the recipient. If you have health insurance, you may be asked to provide that information so the vaccinator can bill your insurance an administration fee. 

Johnson & Johnson Update: On April 23, the Food and Drug Administration lifted the pause on the use of the J&J vaccine, with a warning about the potential for rare blood clots for women under age 50. The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup also found that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is “generally safe and effective and that the resumption of its use is warranted once culturally and linguistically appropriate patient and provider educational materials in plain language that support informed decision-making are available.” The FDA has provided an updated Q&A about the J&J vaccine.

The Oregon Health Authority says that Oregon health care providers and pharmacies may resume administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine if they can ensure patients or their caregivers are informed about the benefits and risks of the vaccine in their primary language.

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Oregon Vaccine Progress

COVID-19 Updates

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Commemorate Memorial Day Weekend in the safest way!

Memorial Day Weekend is nearly here and many of us will take some time to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. That might include visiting a memorial garden or cemetery. With questions continuing to surface about County Risk Levels and how guidance varies for fully vaccinated folks, we thought it might be worthwhile to break down how you can safely commemorate the holiday weekend. 

Guidance for fully vaccinated folks 

You are considered “fully vaccinated” if it has been 14 days since you received the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine, or if it has been 14 days since you received the first and only dose of a single-dose vaccine.  

The Interim Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals allows fully vaccinated individuals to forego mask wearing and physical distancing in certain settings. And while that’s a huge step toward getting back to normal, it’s important to note that not all settings will let you ditch your mask if you’re fully vaccinated. Businesses still have the right to determine their own masking and physical distancing policies throughout the state, which you can learn more about here.  

But what exactly does Lower Risk mean?  

According to the Sector Risk Level Guidance Chart, counties in Lower Risk (the lowest possible level a county can be in) can enjoy outdoor gatherings with up to 12 people, indoor gatherings with up to 10 people and a midnight closing time for both indoor and outdoor entertainment establishments like zoos, outdoor gardens, amphitheaters, concert halls and museums. 

Ideas for where you can spend some time this weekend 

In counties that aren’t at Lower Risk, it’s important that folks continue to keep their gatherings small, outdoors and physically distanced.  

Here are some low-risk ways for everybody to spend the three-day weekend: 

  • Host a virtual watch party with loved ones and friends for the Trailblazers playoff game. Have everyone tune in on the same broadcast and cheer on Damian Lillard and company as they try to advance in the NBA playoffs. Find channels to watch the game here. 
  • Vanport Mosaic Festival: See exhibits from artists, cultural organizers, historians, media makers, grassroots groups and nonprofits to “remember, repair, reclaim, and re-imagine our collective story.” 
  • May in Wine CountryEnjoy the warm weather outdoors at one of the many wineries in Willamette Valley. Find a list of events here.  
  • Portland Rose Festival’s Porch ParadeWatch colorful floats, marching bands and various community groups hit the streets of Portland on May 31. 
  • Visit a state park: More and more Oregon parks continue to open for use throughout the state. Click here to see which ones are open and plan a hike with your friends. 

You can read more about observing Memorial Day safely on the Oregon Vaccine News blog

Changes made to counties  in Lower Risk 

*This article comes from the Oregon Health Authority Press Release. Click the link above to read more. 

  • For counties in Lower Risk, vaccinated sections at businesses, venues and faith institutions will provide the following opportunities:  
  • Fully vaccinated individuals ages 16 and older who have proof that they are fully vaccinated will not have to worry about capacity limits or physically distance in vaccinated sections.  
  • Businesses, venues and faith institutions have the option to require additional safety protocols within their vaccinated sections.  
  • All children up to age 15 wearing a face covering will be permitted in vaccinated sections if they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent of guardian.  
  • Unvaccinated sections must continue to use masks, physically distance and abide by capacity limits. 
  • Unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or individuals whose vaccination status has not been confirmed will continue to count towards the capacity limits identified in the guidance. 
  • Fully vaccinated individuals in areas designated only for fully vaccinated individuals do not count toward capacity limits. To be eligible for this allowance, establishments must confirm the vaccination status of fully vaccinated individuals.  
  • You can see more on Risk Levels on the updated chart. Read more about this in the Oregon Vaccine News blog

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Oregon surpasses 200,000 COVID-19 cases

*This article comes from the Oregon Health Authority Press Release. Click the link above to read more. 

  • The confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 in Oregon have hit the 200,000 mark. 
  • Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by COVID-19. We see you, and realize that every illness, mild or severe, can cause a hardship for you and your loved ones.  
  • As we try to stamp out the virus, our most effective tool to end the pandemic is vaccinations. While the people who are fully vaccinated are well protected, the pandemic is far from over. 
  • Everyone in Oregon age 12 and older is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For more COVID-19 vaccine information by county, click here.

National Numbers: 

  • Confirmed Cases: 33,018,965
  • Deaths: 589,547
  • These national numbers come from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  You can view their national and state by state data here.
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Oregon Status Report: 

  • Oregon now has 200,000 total cases (confirmed and presumptive) of COVID-19.
  • Today we have 433 new confirmed and presumptive cases, and 21 new deaths
  • A total of 2,679 Oregonians have died from COVID-19 (previous daily case updates from OHA here)
  • Washington County has 26,215 confirmed cases, including 237 deaths.  
  • The Oregon Health Authority provides a Public Health Indicators Dashboard to enable communities across Oregon to monitor COVID-19 in the state. The dashboard, which will be updated weekly on Thursdays, provides a transparent report that presents complex epidemiological data in an interactive, easy-to-understand way on a state and county level
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Around the Region

Ralph Brown's family holds press conference seeking help

*This article comes from Hillsboro NewsTimes. Click the link above to read more. 

  • Ralph Brown's family and friends held a press conference Wednesday afternoon, May 26, at the Forest Grove United Church of Christ, to ask the public for their help in finding their father and friend.
  • The former Cornelius mayor, Forest Grove school board member, and Hillsboro teacher and administrator has been missing since the evening of May 16, when he reportedly left his home in Cornelius in his dark blue 2014 Nissan Sentra.
  • Volunteers have continued to actively search for Brown. Many supporters and well-wishes attended a prayer vigil Sunday outside Forest Grove United Church of Christ, where Brown and his wife, Carol, are longtime parishioners.
  • Brown is 76, and family members say he has been suffering from memory problems. He reportedly talked about going "home" before leaving his house on May 16, which those who know him believe may have been a reference to Astoria, where he grew up.
  • Brown is about 5-foot-10 and 210 pounds, with gray hair and blue eyes, and was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, dark shorts, white socks and sandals. He is missing the tip of the index finger on his right hand and has a very noticeable gait, shuffling his feet as he walks.
  • The family asked that if you see Brown, please notify the Washington County Sheriff's Office and then don't let him out of your sight. If he's driving, they ask that you call 9-1-1 and keep him in sight until the authorities can get to him.
  • If you have any information regarding Brown's whereabouts, contact the Washington County Sheriff's Office at 503-629-0111.
  • If you would like to volunteer to help find Brown, you can email findralphbrown@gmail.com.
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Wildfire Recovery Resources

OEM has put together this list of contacts to help speed up the process of replacing these documents:

  • Green cards: Phone (800)-375-5283; Website: www.uscis.gov
  • Medicare cards: Phone: (800)-772-1213; (TTY) (800)-325-0778 Website: www.medicare.gov
  • Military records Phone: 866-272-6272 Website: www.archives.gov/contact/
  • Passport Phone: 877-487-2778; (TTY) 888-874-7793 Website: travel.state.gov
  • Social Security card Phone: 800-772-1213; (TTY) 800-325-0778 Website: www.ssa.gov
  • U.S. Savings Bonds Phone: 844-284-2676 Website: www.treasurydirect.gov
  • U.S. tax returns Phone: 800-829-1040 Website: www.irs.gov
  • Birth, death, marriage, domestic partnership, divorce certificates Phone: 888-896-4988 Website: www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/Birthdeathcertificates
  • Driver’s license, auto titles and registration, ID cards Phone: 503-945-5000 Website: www.oregon.gov/odot
  • SNAP (Oregon Trail Card) Website: www.oregon.gov/DHS/Assistance/Food-Benefits
  • State taxes (Oregon Dept. of Revenue) Phone: 503-378-4988 or 800-356-4222 TTY: All relay calls are accepted. Website: www.oregon.gov/dor
  • Real estate and property - Contact your county government.
  • Credit cards - Contact your credit card company directly.
  • Credit reports from Equifax, Experian, TransUnion Phone: 877-322-8228 Website: www.annualcreditreport.com
  • Insurance documents - Check with your insurance agent.
  • Medical records - Call your doctor or your medical insurance company; medical and prescription records are tracked electronically.

The Governor’s office has put together a Wildfire Resources page that you can access from the Governor’s home page.  It has links to many of the most important updates about the status of fires and resources for evacuees.  This website will be updated regularly.  

Legal Resources: Oregon State Bar’s Lawyer Referral Program, Oregon lawyers, through the Oregon State Bar, are partnering with FEMA and the American Red Cross to provide legal assistance on FEMA claims, contract claims, insurance claims, landlord-tenant matters and more.

The Department of Forestry’s Wildfire Response and Recovery Overview has ongoing updates about firefighting efforts, damage reports, and more.  

FEMA Updates: FEMA has provided several different Fact Sheets and resources for accessing benefits, determining eligibility and avoiding scams.

Employment Department Updates


Economic Update

  • This past Monday, we released the April jobs numbers and unemployment rates for all of Oregon’s counties and metropolitan areas.
  • County unemployment rates show much the same picture as statewide: in rural and urban areas alike, unemployment rates are far below the peak levels we saw just one year ago, and are actually much closer to their record lows.

It’s encouraging to see more counties moving into the lower COVID risk category, which allows local economies in Benton, Deschutes, Hood River, Lincoln, Washington, and soon Multnomah counties to more fully open.

  • Whatever the challenges facing employers in these – and all – counties as economic recovery continues and hiring picks up again, we’re committed to helping businesses get the qualified workers they need and to helping workers find jobs.


Return to Work reminders

  • We are reminding people that work search requirements are turning back on in phases, starting with registration in iMatchSkills® .
  • Since about 220,000 people need to register, we are notifying claimants in waves to make sure they can get the help they need and connect with a WorkSource Oregon employee, if needed. If people do not register in iMatchSkills® by their deadline, their benefits will stop.
  • Who do iMatchSkills requirements apply to?
  • Right now, the iMatchSkills® work search requirements are for people receiving Regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)
  •  iMatchSkills® registration requirements also apply to new and restarted claims.
  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) requirements are being finalized and will be announced soon, however, PUA claimants are welcome to register now if they would like help finding employment.
  • ●     Our Unemployment.Oregon.gov/ReturnToWork landing page has more information, including an iMatchSkills step-by-step guide and registration for an upcoming claimant-focused webinar.


Benefit Increase Starts Next Week for Part-Time and Lower-Wage Workers

  • House Bill 3178 allows more part-time workers to earn up to $300 AND continue receiving unemployment benefits until January 2022.
  •  It also helps provide incentives for people, particularly lower-wage workers, to return to work, especially if they’re unable to work full-time.
  • To benefit from HB 3178, claimants just need to continue to claim weekly like normal. We anticipate people who are now able to receive benefits under this law will be able to start getting those benefits in early June – when the law allows us to make those payments.
  • Some people have not been eligible for benefits until HB 3178 passed. To benefit from HB 3178, claimants do NOT need to call, they just need file a claim or continue claiming each week.


School Employees and School Recess update

  • We’ve begun mailing questionnaires to school employees asking for their job title and work functions. Because benefit eligibility for school workers depends on a person’s job duties, this information will help us figure out if they qualify for benefits and will help reduce adjudication wait times.
  • Senate Bill 496 provides exemption to food production workers, school employees who provide early intervention services and support for early interventions services, and school employees who provide prekindergarten services and support for prekindergarten services for reasonable assurance requirements. If SB 496 passes, it will go into effect Wednesday, Sept. 1, so it will NOT be in effect for the 2021 summer recess period.


Help prevent fraud - Look out for ‘Return to Work’ scams

  • We know from the 2007 Great Recession that criminals try to take advantage of people during economic downturns and disasters. We have seen people use previously stolen identities to try to commit fraud, hijack people’s claims, and pose as state workforce agencies to try to get people’s personal information.
  • There are likely to be attempts to scam people during this recovery phase, too. These scams are a national issue, but we want to keep people informed and warned.
  •  Here are some examples to look out for:
  • People applying for jobs are asked to send money for application fees, uniforms or other items
  •  People pose as employers to try to get personal information
  • We remain committed to protecting people’s benefits and safeguarding our trust fund. To report potentially fraudulent activity, visit our ID Theft and Fraud page at unemployment.oregon.gov

DMV Information


Helpful Links

  • Renew your License or ID Card: HERE
  • Title and Register your Vehicle HERE
  • Renew/Replace/Transfer Vehicle Registration HERE
  • Change Your Address HERE


Contact Links

Drivers/IDs Licenses, permits and ID cards *Due to high volume, response time is 10 - 14 days.

Vehicles Registration, title, plates, renewal notices, forms and permits. *Due to high volume, response time is 10 - 14 days.

Online Services - All online forms and transactions.

Records All records, privacy and protected information.

DMV Phone Service - Issues contacting DMV by phone.

Local DMV Office Experiences - Quality of service received at a local DMV office.

Business Regulation Dealers and other businesses.

DMV Fraud Prevention Unit Report allegations of DMV fraud including but not limited to Vehicle Title and/or Registration, Driver License or Identification Card transactions.


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Other Assistance Updates



Grants for Businesses: Operational Cost Assistance

Business Oregon's operational cost assistance grants offer funding for businesses with 100 of fewer employees that

  1. offer the consumption of food and or drink on premise;
  2. provide specified indoor physical exercise, recreational or family entertainment; OR
  3. provide specified personal services; and that experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon.

Restaurants, bars, gyms, brewpubs, theaters, bowling centers, and salons are some of the more common examples of eligible businesses.

Applications for the Operational Cost Assistance Grant will be accepted beginning May 26 and closes on June 6. Awards will be selected after a random lottery process of all complete and eligible applications received. Full details of the program, including eligible industries, is on available our website. 

Businesses that received assistance grants through the state of Oregon Commercial Rent Relief Program for the same location are eligible to receive the grant, as long as the award amount through the Commercial Rent Relief Program was less than $100,000.



Thriving Entrepreneurs Grant Program

The Oregon Community Foundation is now offering a new grant program specifically for nonprofit organizations that support entrepreneurs in Oregon.  Please check out the Thriving Entrepreneurs Grant Program.  Entrepreneurs have big ideas and creative ways to solve problems, but they often need help developing their business plans, go-to-market strategies, recruiting talented teams or board members, and raising money.

The Thriving Entrepreneurs Grant offers organizations flexible funding, with prioritized support for those organizations that serve entrepreneurs who are women, people of color, living in rural communities, or working in under-resourced sectors such as consumer products. Priority will also be given to organizations that work with entrepreneurs who are aspiring to develop traded sector companies. Funding is not available for individuals; OCF makes grants to nonprofits only.

Applications are due June 25, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. 


PPP Loans

IRS guidance on first round PPP loans

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued Revenue Procedure 2021-20 PDF for certain businesses that received first-round Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans but did not deduct any of the original eligible expenses on their tax return because they relied on guidance issued before the enactment of tax relief legislation in December of 2020.

Under prior guidance, businesses that received PPP loans to cover payroll costs, interest on covered mortgage obligations, covered rent obligation payments, and covered utility payments could not deduct corresponding expenses when reporting business expense deductions.

With the Dec. 27, 2020, enactment of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, businesses now may claim these deductions even though they received PPP loans to cover original eligible expenses. These businesses can use the safe harbor provided by this guidance to deduct those expenses on the return for the immediately subsequent year.

More information is available here.

Additional Resources

Employers and Employees

  • Oregon Secretary of State’s business resources can be found at www.oregon.gov/smallbusiness or you can email questions to business.sos@oregon.gov. 

Education Links

Hillsboro School District (en inglés y español) 

Forest Grove School District (en inglés y español) 

Oregon Department of Education

COVID-19 Resources for Oregon Higher Education Partners

Local Government

City of Hillsboro (en inglés, español y más idiomas) 

City of Cornelius (en inglés, español y más idiomas)

City of Forest Grove (Personal que habla español disponible en este número: (503) 992-3221)

Washington County

Utilities Assistance

Portland General Electric (en inglés y español) 

NW Natural

City of Hillsboro Utility Billing 




City of Forest Grove

Food and Housing Assistance

Community Action.org

Oregon Food Bank

Meals on Wheels



Oregon Health Authority


Wish I could go to the beach this week-end! Budget comes first! Soon! Hopefully by the end of June!

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Yours truly,

Representative Susan McLain

Representative Susan McLain
House District 29

email: Rep.SusanMcLain@oregonlegislature.gov I phone: 503-986-1429
address: 900 Court St NE, H-376, Salem, OR 97301
website: http://www.oregonlegislature.gov/mclain