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Oregon Legal Research Guide: Administrative & Executive

Oregon Adminstrative Rules (OARs)

The Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) is an annual print publication, reproduced online, containing the complete text of the OARs through Nov. 15 of the previous year.  The Oregon Bulletin provides monthly updates to the OAR and Executive Appointments and Orders.
:: See also the user-friendly Oregon.Public.Law OAR (from the folks who brought you oregonlaws.org)

Boley Law Library has in print the Oregon Administrative Rule Bulletin (1975-1985 with 1979-1980 gaps); the Oregon Bulletin (1988-2009 with 1995-1996 and 2002 gaps); and the Oregon Administrative Rules Compilation (1997-Present).

Looking for superseded Oregon Administrative Rules? This finding aid (last updated in 2018) will help you locate them. 

Administrative Agencies

Administrative Hearings (Final Orders)

Governor's Office

The Governor's web site contains executive orders, speeches, bills signed, the budget, public records request forms, as well as personal biographical information.

Attorney General

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