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Oregon became the 34th state to enact autism insurance reform on August 14, 2013.

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Find autism resources for Oregon families here.

State Officials
Governor John Kitzhaber (D)
Oregon Senate; Oregon House of Representatives

Federal Officials
U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley (D)
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D)
U.S. House of Representatives Oregon delegation

Oregon News

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Portland (April 30, 2014) -- The state of Oregon has been sued...

PORTLAND (January27, 2014) -- Autism Speaks has endorsed SB.1523 which would correct an...

PORTLAND (January 3, 2014) -- A complaint filed in federal court here against Providence Health Plan for  denying claims for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for...

TUALITIN (September 17, 2013) -- Supporters and opponents of applied behavior analysis (ABA) presented their cases to a state commission which will advise the Oregon Health Plan...

KLAMATH FALLS, OR (September 13, 2013) -- The Oregon Institute of Technology is expanding its graduate course offerings in applied behavior analysis (ABA) to meet the...

SALEM (Aug. 27, 2013) -- Governor John Kitzhaber conducted a bill-signing ceremony in his office today with the Oregon autism community to celebrate the enactment of...

SALEM (August 14, 2013) -- Governor John Kitzhaber today signed SB.365 into law, making Oregon the 34th state to enact autism insurance reform by requiring coverage of applied...

SALEM (July 1, 2013) -- The Oregon House of Representatives voted 56-0 for autism insurance reform and sent the bill to Governor John Kitzhaber (below). If signed, the...

SALEM (June 28, 2013) -- The Oregon House has approved and sent Gov. John Kitzhaber a bill  which would empower the state Insurance Division to order health plans to pay...

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Bill History

2013

July 3: SB.414 signed by Governor Kitzhaber

July 1: SB.365 approved 56-0 by the House; sent to Governor Kitzhaber

June 29: SB.365 approved 28-0 by Senate

June 28: SB.414 approved 47-13 by House; sent to Governor Kitzhaber 

June 26: SB.365 voted out of Joint Ways and Means Committee; sent to Senate and House floors

June 19: SB.414 approved 19-10 by Senate; referred to House

April 24: Senate Health Care and Human Services Committee amends, passes SB.365; referred to Senate Ways and Means Committee

April 4: Senate Health Care and Human Services Committee hears SB.365

January 14: SB.365...