SALEM, Ore.–September 27, 2021, the House passed SB 882, which reappropriated Oregon’s legislative districts. Representative Greg Smith (R-Heppner) released the following statement regarding changes to House District 57: District 57 is getting bigger! The district is fortunate to not only maintain its current configuration but to expand. On the eastern side, we gained the communities […]
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District 57 – The Joint Emergency Board has approved Federal Funds Capital Construction expenditure limitation totaling $15.0 million for two new projects at Camp Umatilla and increased existing Federal Funds Capital Construction expenditure limitation by a total of $12.6 million for two projects currently underway at Camp Umatilla. The Oregon Military Department (OMD) has received […]
Salem, ORE. – Today, Representative Greg Smith (R-Heppner) issued the following statement on protests planned in Oregon this Saturday: “We fully support the right to protest peacefully; however, we do not condone the destruction of property or any acts of violence or intimidation. We appreciate the efforts of our Oregon State Police and other Law […]
Salem, ORE. – Representative Greg Smith (R-Heppner) issued the following statement on the revenue forecast released today: “I am pleased with the direction of our economy, but during these difficult times we still need to manage our expectations. Our brothers and sisters throughout the state need our compassion and our thoughtfulness to get through this […]
Small rural Oregon hospitals have help on the way, with $50 million in grant funding coming from Business Oregon. Hospitals in Morrow, Umatilla, and Wasco County will receive just under $8 million dollars total, with Good Shepherd of Hermiston receiving just over $6.1 million.
SALEM, OR – With the 2020 1st Special Session coming to a close, we’d like to look back on what was accomplished. Rep. Smith voted yes on HB 1606 which prohibits hospital from conditioning admission or treatment, or suggesting that treatment is conditioned, on patient having POLST or executing advance directive or other instruction regarding […]
SALEM , OR – The 2020 1st Special Session has begun and Legislators from across the state are coming together to address issues ranging from police reform to housing policies. Representative Smith also hopes to address the unemployment mishaps so many Oregonians can collect the money that they so desperately need.
SALEM, Ore. – Yesterday, as a member of the Subcommittee on Capital Construction, Representative Greg Smith (GOP-Heppner) voted to secure over $20 Million in Capital Construction investments to be distributed throughout House District 57. “It is important to return tax dollars paid by the hard-working people of House District 57 back into the community,” said […]
SALEM, Ore. – Today, Representative Greg Smith (GOP-Heppner) welcomes the 2019 Leadership Hermiston class to the Oregon State Capitol. The two-day visit began yesterday with a legislative reception hosted by Representative Smith and his wife, Sherri, at their Salem home. Many elected officials, lobbyists, and key staff joined the Smith Family at the reception to […]
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