Proclamation of state of emergency
Whenever the Governor determines that an existing or imminent severe disruption in the supply of one or more energy resources, in Oregon or elsewhere, threatens the availability of essential services, transportation or the operation of the economy, jeopardizing the peace, health, safety and welfare of the people of Oregon, after consultation with the President and majority and minority leaders of the Senate and the Speaker and majority and minority leaders of the House of Representatives, the Governor may by proclamation declare that a state of emergency exists with regard to such resources. In the proclamation, the Governor shall recite with specificity the nature of the severe disruption in the supply of one or more energy resources. [1974 c.5 §8]
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