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NEW BILLS.

Byline: The Register-Guard

SALEM - New bills introduced Wednesday in the Oregon Legislature included ones to:

Prohibit the Public Employees Retirement Board from crediting accounts of new members with earnings over 4 percent, House Bill 2633, by Rep. Jeff Kropf, R-Sublimity.

Prohibit the owners of video arcades from letting people under 18 play violent video games, Senate Bill 400, Sen. Ken Messerle, R-Coos Bay.

Allow a clinical laboratory to report any lab results directly to the patient, HB 2631, Rep. Bob Jenson, R-Pendleton.

Prohibits group health insurance policies from denying coverage of expenses for injuries that result from a motorcycle accident, HB 2640, Rep. Jeff Kruse, R-Sutherlin.

Allow counties and cities to keep one-half of traffic offense fines that would otherwise be paid to the state, HB 2638, House Judiciary Committee.
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Title Annotation:Legislature
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Feb 13, 2003
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