2013 Regular Session
HB 2060 A
Overview
At the request of: (at the request of House Interim Committee on General Government and Consumer Protection for Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum)
Chief Sponsors:
Regular Sponsors: (Presession Filed)
Bill Title: Relating to regulation of charitable organizations; and prescribing an effective date.
Catchline/Summary: Allows Attorney General to issue order disqualifying charitable organization from receiving contributions that are deductible for purpose of Oregon income tax and corporate excise tax if Attorney General finds that charitable organization has failed to expend at least 30 percent of total annual functional expenses on program services when those expenses are averaged over most recent three fiscal years.
Provides that Attorney General may decline to issue disqualification order if certain mitigating circumstances exist. Specifies exempt organizations. Imposes mandatory disclosure requirements for charitable organizations subject to disqualification order. Requires Attorney General to publish on Internet and otherwise make available list of charitable organizations that are subject to disqualification orders. Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
Fiscal Impact: Has Minimal Fiscal Impact
Revenue Impact: Revenue Impact Issued
Measure Analysis: Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements
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