Administrative Services Economic Development Fund
(1) There is established in the General Fund of the State Treasury the Administrative Services Economic Development Fund. All moneys transferred from the State Lottery Fund, interest earnings credited to this fund and other moneys authorized to be transferred to this fund from whatever source are appropriated continuously for any of the following public purposes:
(a) Creating jobs;
(b) Furthering economic development in Oregon; or
(c) Financing public education.
(2) Moneys shall be transferred from the Administrative Services Economic Development Fund to:
(a) The Education Stability Fund established under ORS 348.696 (Education Stability Fund) as described in section 4, Article XV of the Oregon Constitution; and
(b) The School Capital Matching Fund established under ORS 286A.806 (School Capital Matching Fund) as described in section 4, Article XI-P of the Oregon Constitution.
(3) As used in this section and section 4, Article XV of the Oregon Constitution:
(a) “Creating jobs” includes, but is not limited to:
(A) Supporting the creation of new jobs in Oregon;
(B) Helping prevent the loss of existing jobs in Oregon;
(C) Assisting with work transition to new jobs in Oregon; or
(D) Training or retraining workers.
(b) “Education” includes, but is not limited to, the Education Stability Fund established under ORS 348.696 (Education Stability Fund) and specific programs that support the following:
(B) Elementary and secondary schools;
(C) Community colleges;
(D) Higher education;
(E) Continuing education;
(F) Workforce training and education programs; or
(G) Financial assistance to Oregon students.
(c) “Furthering economic development” includes, but is not limited to, providing:
(A) Services or financial assistance to for-profit and nonprofit businesses located or to be located in Oregon;
(B) Services or financial assistance to business or industry associations to promote, expand or prevent the decline of their businesses; or
(C) Services or financial assistance for facilities, physical environments or development projects, as defined in ORS 285B.410 (Definitions for ORS 285B.410 to 285B.482), that benefit Oregon’s economy. [1985 c.302 §7(7); 1995 c.12 §7; 2002 s.s.3 c.6 §18; 2005 c.835 §27; 2009 c.872 §3; 2011 c.699 §8]
Note: Sections 43, 44 and 45a, chapter 355, Oregon Laws 2019, provide:
Sec. 43. Section 44 of this 2019 Act is added to and made a part of ORS chapter 461. [2019 c.355 §43]
Sec. 44. (1) The Oregon State Lottery Commission shall separately record and account for the costs and net proceeds of sports betting games.
(2) When the commission transfers net lottery proceeds to the Administrative Services Economic Development Fund established under ORS 461.540 (Administrative Services Economic Development Fund), the commission shall certify to the Oregon Department of Administrative Services the amount of such transfer that represents the net proceeds of sports betting games.
(3) The department shall transfer an amount equal to the net proceeds of sports betting games to the Employer Incentive Fund established under section 1, chapter 105, Oregon Laws 2018. [2019 c.355 §44]
Sec. 45a. Sections 44 and 45 of this 2019 Act are repealed on December 31, 2041. [2019 c.355 §45a]
Note: The Act that comprises sections 1 to 4, chapter 2, Oregon Laws 2017 (Ballot Measure 99 (2016)), was proposed by initiative petition and was approved by the people at the regular general election on November 8, 2016. The leadlines for sections 1, 3 and 4, chapter 2, Oregon Laws 2017, were enacted as part of Ballot Measure 99 and were not provided by Legislative Counsel. Legislative Counsel has standardized the paragraph indents but has not otherwise adjusted the format of the text that was approved by the people.
Note: Sections 1 to 4, chapter 2, Oregon Laws 2017, provide: Section 1. Findings (1) Since the late 1950s, nearly one million Oregon students have attended Outdoor School, a unique week-long, field science program giving students the opportunity to study natural sciences and responsible use of natural resources in collaboration with students from other schools.
(2) Currently, only about half of Oregon students attend Outdoor School. Most remaining programs have been significantly shortened. Rural and lower income districts have been particularly affected.
(3) Every Oregon student in the fifth or sixth grade should have the opportunity to attend a week-long outdoor school program or a comparable outdoor education program.
(4) Outdoor School builds self-sufficiency and leadership skills, helps students understand the interdependence of Oregon’s rural and urban areas, develops critical thinking skills and improves school attendance and retention rates.
(5) Fully supporting Outdoor School for all Oregon students will help students meet state standards in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through direct, hands-on experience, which is shown to strongly influence learning and career choices.
(6) Fully supporting Outdoor School for all Oregon students will create jobs throughout Oregon as well as support economic development in rural areas.
(7) Under Article XV, Section 4 of the Oregon Constitution, net proceeds from the Oregon Lottery shall be used to create jobs, further economic development, finance public education and restore and protect Oregon’s parks, beaches, watersheds, and native fish and wildlife. [2017 c.2 §1]
Sec. 2. (1) The Outdoor School Education Fund is created within the State Treasury, separate and distinct from the General Fund.
(2) Moneys in the Outdoor School Education Fund shall consist of:
(a) Amounts donated to the fund;
(b) Amounts allocated under subsection (3) of this section or otherwise transferred to the fund by the Legislative Assembly;
(c) Investment earnings received on moneys in the fund; and
(d) Other amounts deposited in the fund from any source.
(3) In each fiscal quarter, commencing with the first quarter in the biennium beginning July 1, 2017, there is allocated from the Administrative Services Economic Development Fund to the Outdoor School Education Fund established in this section an amount equal to the lesser of:
(a) Four percent of the moneys transferred from the Oregon State Lottery Fund in that fiscal quarter; or
(b) $5.50 million, but not to exceed $22 million annually, adjusted annually pursuant to the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers, West Region (All Items), as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of Labor.
(4) The allocation of funds to the Outdoor School Education Fund shall not reduce lottery proceeds dedicated to education under Article XV, section 4, of the Oregon Constitution, or to the restoration and preservation of parks, beaches, watersheds and native fish and wildlife under Article XV, sections 4a and 4b, of the Oregon Constitution. [2017 c.2 §2; 2019 c.57 §23] Section 3. Purpose of Outdoor School Education Fund (1) The primary purpose of the Outdoor School Education Fund is to provide every Oregon student in fifth or sixth grade the opportunity to attend a week-long outdoor school program, or an equivalent outdoor education experience that reflects local community needs, consistent with provisions of Enrolled Senate Bill 439 (2015 Regular Session) [chapter 782, Oregon Laws 2015].
(2) Any moneys remaining in the Outdoor School Education Fund after providing every Oregon student in fifth or sixth grade with an opportunity to attend a week-long Outdoor School may be used by the Oregon State University Extension Service to support the development and delivery of additional outdoor education programs in Oregon’s K-12 public schools. [2017 c.2 §3] Section 4. Continuous Appropriation Moneys in the fund are continuously appropriated to the Oregon State University Extension Service to support, administer and fund an Outdoor School program as set forth in Enrolled Senate Bill 439 (2015 Regular Session) [chapter 782, Oregon Laws 2015] and additional outdoor education programs for Oregon K-12 children. [2017 c.2 §4]
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