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Governor Signs Self-Insurance Bill

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 | 618 | 0 | 8 min read

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Tuesday signed into law a bill that would allow the Department of Consumer and Business Services to certify self-insurance programs created by intergovernmental agreements. Gov. Kate Brown House Bill 2816 addresses an issue dating back to 1985, when the Special Districts Association of Oregon created the Special Districts Insurance Service Trust through an intergovernmental agreement among its members. The association was certified in 1988 as a self-insured employer group as SDAO. In 2016, when the association and trust were confirming their tax-exempt status wit...

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