Lifetime Score: 99%
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Senator Dingfelder would easily be named Environmental Champion of the Decade. An expert on water policy, a veteran of numerous energy bills, and a steadfast defender of land use and wildlife protections, she used her position as Chair of the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee to kill bad bills and shepherd good ones through the legislative process. Further, Dingfelder used her expertise and experience to transform bad bills into better ones — and she kept a careful eye on the budget process as a member of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Natural Resources.
These legislators distinguished themselves this year by receiving a score of 100% on our scorecard.
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|HB 2259||Water Resources Department Fees|
|HB 2396||Woody Debris Protections|
|HB 2427||Canola Ban in Willamette Valley|
|HB 2893||Residential Renewable Energy|
|HB 3098||Youth Camps|
|HB 3364||Integrated Pest Management|
|SB 246||Industrial Lands|
|SB 306||Carbon Tax Study|
|SB 474||Raccoons as Habituated Wildlife|
|SB 488||Clean Fuels Program|
|SB 602||Waldo Lake|
|SB 633||Preemption of Local GMO Laws|
|SB 692||Energy Efficiency|
|SB 838||Dredge Mining Limits|
|SB 863||Preemption of Local GMO Laws|
Because they are so important, SB 488, SB 838, and SB 692 - OCN's Priorities for a Healthy Oregon - are double-counted in the scores. HB 3162, equally important and part of an OLCV Special Focus on Toxics, is also double-counted in the scores.
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