Oregon Revised Statutes
The Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) is the codified body of statutory law governing the U.S. state of Oregon, as enacted by the Oregon Legislative Assembly, and occasionally by citizen initiative. The statutes are subordinate to the Oregon Constitution.
The Office of the Legislative Counsel prepares and publishes the 19-volume Oregon Revised Statutes every two years, after each biennial legislative session.
The Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Revised Statutes by recodifying the previous code, which was called the Oregon Compiled Laws Annotated. See 1953 Or. Laws c. 3.
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