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Oregon Senate Bill 742

Creates Crime of Terrorism Punishable by 
Life Imprisonment

Sponsored by Senator [John] MINNIS
72nd OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
2003 Regular Session 27feb03

Mindfully.org note:
This bill would define almost anyone, anywhere, as a terrorist. Read it for yourself. Let us know if you disagree please. Our view of SB 742 is that George Orwell couldn't have done a better job.

For updates on this bill, please go to the
Lane County Bill of Rights Defense Committee website.

SUMMARY 

The following summary is not prepared by the sponsors of the measure and is not a part of the body thereof subject to consideration by the Legislative Assembly. It is an editor's brief statement of the essential features of the measure as introduced. Creates crime of terrorism. Punishes by life imprisonment.

1						A BILL FOR AN ACT
2 	Relating to terrorism; creating new provisions; and amending section 19, chapter 666, Oregon Laws 
3	2001.
4 	Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:
5 		SECTION 1. (1) A person commits the crime of terrorism if the person knowingly plans, 
6 	participates in or carries out any act that is intended, by at least one of its participants, to 
7 	disrupt:
8		(a) The free and orderly assembly of the inhabitants of the State of Oregon;
9		(b) Commerce or the transportation systems of the State of Oregon; or
10		(c) The educational or governmental institutions of the State of Oregon or its inhabit- 
11	ants.
12		(2) A person commits the crime of terrorism if the person conspires to do any of the 
13 	activities described in subsection (1) of this section.
14		(3) A person may not be convicted of terrorism except upon the testimony of two wit
15 	nesses to the same overt act or upon confession in open court.
16		(4)(a) A person convicted of terrorism shall be punished by imprisonment for life.
17 		(b) When a person is convicted of terrorism under this section, the court shall order that 
18 	the person be confined for a minimum of 25 years without possibility of parole, release to 
19 	post-prison supervision, release on work release or any form of temporary leave or employ
20 	ment at a forest or work camp.
21 		(c) At any time after completion of a minimum period of confinement pursuant to para
22 	graph (b) of this subsection, the State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision, upon the 
23 	petition of a prisoner so confined, shall hold a hearing, the sole issue of which is to determine 
24 	whether the prisoner is likely to be rehabilitated within a reasonable period of time. The 
25 	board shall conduct the proceeding in the manner prescribed for a contested case hearing 
26 	under ORS 183.310 to 183.550 except that:
27		(A) The prisoner has the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence the like
28 	lihood of rehabilitation within a reasonable period of time; and
29		(B) The prisoner has the right, if the prisoner is without sufficient funds to employ an 
30 	attorney, to be represented by legal counsel, appointed by the board, at board expense.
31		(d) If, upon hearing all of the evidence and upon a unanimous vote of all of its members, 
32 	the board finds that the prisoner is capable of rehabilitation within a reasonable amount of

	NOTE: Matter in boldfaced type in an amended section is new; matter [italic and bracketed] is existing 
	law to be omitted. New sections are in boldfaced type.
	
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1 	time and that the terms of the prisoner's confinement should be changed to life 
2 	imprisonment with the possibility of parole, release to post-prison supervision or work re
3 	lease, the board shall enter an order to that effect and convert the terms of the prisoner's
4 	confinement to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole, release to post-prison 
5 	supervision or work release and may set a release date. Otherwise, the board shall deny the 
6 	relief sought in the petition.
7 		(e) Not less than two years after the denial of the relief sought in a petition under par
8 	agraph (c) of this subsection, the prisoner may petition again for a change in the terms of 
9 	confinement. Further petitions for a change may be filed at intervals of not less than two 
10 	years thereafter.
11 		SECTION 2. Notwithstanding ORS 181.575 and 181.850, a law enforcement agency shall 
12 	cooperate with any federal or state agency that is investigating an act of terrorism, and a 
13 	law enforcement agency may retain any information relating to an investigation of terrorism 
14 	as long as the investigation remains open. The Attorney General shall adopt rules governing 
15 	the retention of such information.
16		SECTION 3. Section 19, chapter 666, Oregon Laws 2001, as amended by section 5, chapter 696, 
17 	Oregon Laws 2001, is amended to read:
18		Sec. 19. The crimes to which section 1 (11)(b), chapter 666, Oregon Laws 2001, applies are:
19		(1) Bribe giving, as defined in ORS 162.015.
20		(2) Bribe receiving, as defined in ORS 162.025.
21		(3) Public investment fraud, as defined in ORS 162.117.
22		(4) Bribing a witness, as defined in ORS 162.265.
23		(5) Bribe receiving by a witness, as defined in ORS 162.275.
24		(6) Simulating legal process, as defined in ORS 162.355.
25		(7) Official misconduct in the first degree, as defined in ORS 162.415.
26		(8) Custodial interference in the second degree, as defined in ORS 163.245.
27		(9) Custodial interference in the first degree, as defined in ORS 163.257.
28		(10) Buying or selling a person under 18 years of age, as defined in ORS 163.537.
29		(11) Using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct, as defined in ORS 163.670.
30		(12) Encouraging child sexual abuse in the first degree, as defined in ORS 163.684.
31		(13) Encouraging child sexual abuse in the second degree, as defined in ORS 163.686.
32		(14) Encouraging child sexual abuse in the third degree, as defined in ORS 163.687.
33		(15) Possession of materials depicting sexually explicit conduct of a child in the first degree, as 
34 	defined in ORS 163.688.
35		(16) Possession of materials depicting sexually explicit conduct of a child in the second degree, 
36	as defined in ORS 163.689.
37		(17) Theft in the second degree, as defined in ORS 164.045.
38		(18) Theft in the first degree, as defined in ORS 164.055.
39		(19) Aggravated theft in the first degree, as defined in ORS 164.057.
40		(20) Theft by extortion, as defined in ORS 164.075.
41 		(21) Theft by deception, as defined in ORS 164.085, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor. 
42 		(22) Theft by receiving, as defined in ORS 164.095, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor. 
43 		(23) Theft of services, as defined in ORS 164.125, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor. 
44		(24) Unauthorized use of a vehicle, as defined in ORS 164.135.
45		(25) Mail theft or receipt of stolen mail, as defined in ORS 164.162.
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1		(26) Laundering a monetary instrument, as defined in ORS 164.170.
2		(27) Engaging in a financial transaction in property derived from unlawful activity, as defined
3 	in ORS 164.172.
4		(28) Burglary in the second degree, as defined in ORS 164.215.
5		(29) Burglary in the first degree, as defined in ORS 164.225.
6		(30) Possession of burglar's tools, as defined in ORS 164.235.
7		(31) Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, as defined in ORS 164.272.
8		(32) Arson in the second degree, as defined in ORS 164.315.
9		(33) Arson in the first degree, as defined in ORS 164.325.
10		(34) Computer crime, as defined in ORS 164.377.
11		(35) Robbery in the third degree, as defined in ORS 164.395.
12		(36) Robbery in the second degree, as defined in ORS 164.405.
13		(37) Robbery in the first degree, as defined in ORS 164.415.
14		(38) Unlawful labeling of a sound recording, as defined in ORS 164.868.
15		(39) Unlawful recording of a live performance, as defined in ORS 164.869.
16		(40) Unlawful labeling of a videotape recording, as defined in ORS 164.872.
17		(41) A violation of ORS 164.877.
18		(42) Endangering aircraft, as defined in ORS 164.885.
19		(43) Interference with agricultural operations, as defined in ORS 164.887.
20		(44) Forgery in the second degree, as defined in ORS 165.007.
21		(45) Forgery in the first degree, as defined in ORS 165.013.
22		(46) Criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree, as defined in ORS 165.017.
23		(47) Criminal possession of a forged instrument in the first degree, as defined in ORS 165.022.
24		(48) Criminal possession of a forgery device, as defined in ORS 165.032.
25		(49) Criminal simulation, as defined in ORS 165.037.
26		(50) Fraudulently obtaining a signature, as defined in ORS 165.042.
27		(51) Fraudulent use of a credit card, as defined in ORS 165.055.
28		(52) Negotiating a bad check, as defined in ORS 165.065.
29		(53) Possessing a fraudulent communications device, as defined in ORS 165.070.
30		(54) Unlawful factoring of a credit card transaction, as defined in ORS 165.074.
31		(55) Falsifying business records, as defined in ORS 165.080.
32		(56) Sports bribery, as defined in ORS 165.085.
33		(57) Sports bribe receiving, as defined in ORS 165.090.
34		(58) Misapplication of entrusted property, as defined in ORS 165.095.
35		(59) Issuing a false financial statement, as defined in ORS 165.100.
36		(60) Obtaining execution of documents by deception, as defined in ORS 165.102.
37		(61) A violation of ORS 165.543.
38		(62) Cellular counterfeiting in the third degree, as defined in ORS 165.577.
39		(63) Cellular counterfeiting in the second degree, as defined in ORS 165.579.
40		(64) Cellular counterfeiting in the first degree, as defined in ORS 165.581.
41		(65) Identity theft, as defined in ORS 165.800.
42		(66) A violation of ORS 166.190.
43		(67) Unlawful use of a weapon, as defined in ORS 166.220.
44		(68) A violation of ORS 166.240.
45		(69) Unlawful possession of a firearm, as defined in ORS 166.250.
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1		(70) A violation of ORS 166.270.
2		(71) Unlawful possession of a machine gun, short-barreled rifle, short-barreled shotgun or
3 	firearms silencer, as defined in ORS 166.272.
4		(72) A violation of ORS 166.275.
5		(73) Unlawful possession of armor piercing ammunition, as defined in ORS 166.350.
6		(74) A violation of ORS 166.370.
7		(75) Unlawful possession of a destructive device, as defined in ORS 166.382.
8		(76) Unlawful manufacture of a destructive device, as defined in ORS 166.384.
9		(77) Possession of a hoax destructive device, as defined in ORS 166.385.
10		(78) A violation of ORS 166.410.
11		(79) Providing false information in connection with a transfer of a handgun, as defined in ORS
12	166.416.
13		(80) Improperly transferring a handgun, as defined in ORS 166.418.
14		(81) Unlawfully purchasing a firearm, as defined in ORS 166.425.
15		(82) A violation of ORS 166.429.
16		(83) A violation of ORS 166.470.
17		(84) A violation of ORS 166.480.
18		(85) A violation of ORS 166.635.
19		(86) A violation of ORS 166.638.
20		(87) Unlawful paramilitary activity, as defined in ORS 166.660.
21		(88) A violation of ORS 166.720.
22		(89) Prostitution, as defined in ORS 167.007.
23		(90) Promoting prostitution, as defined in ORS 167.012.
24		(91) Compelling prostitution, as defined in ORS 167.017.
25		(92) Exhibiting an obscene performance to a minor, as defined in ORS 167.075.
26		(93) Unlawful gambling in the second degree, as defined in ORS 167.122.
27		(94) Unlawful gambling in the first degree, as defined in ORS 167.127.
28		(95) Possession of gambling records in the second degree, as defined in ORS 167.132.
29		(96) Possession of gambling records in the first degree, as defined in ORS 167.137.
30		(97) Possession of a gambling device, as defined in ORS 167.147.
31		(98) Possession of a gray machine, as defined in ORS 167.164.
32		(99) Cheating, as defined in ORS 167.167.
33		(100) Tampering with drug records, as defined in ORS 167.212.
34		(101) A violation of ORS 167.262.
35		(102) Research and animal interference, as defined in ORS 167.312.
36		(103) Animal abuse in the first degree, as defined in ORS 167.320.
37		(104) Aggravated animal abuse in the first degree, as defined in ORS 167.322.
38		(105) Animal neglect in the first degree, as defined in ORS 167.330.
39		(106) Interfering with an assistance, a search and rescue or a therapy animal, as defined in ORS
40	167.352.
41		(107) Involvement in animal fighting, as defined in ORS 167.355.
42		(108) Dogfighting, as defined in ORS 167.365.
43		(109) Participation in dogfighting, as defined in ORS 167.370.
44		(110) Unauthorized use of a livestock animal, as defined in ORS 167.385.
45		(111) Interference with livestock production, as defined in ORS 167.388.
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1		(112) A violation of ORS 167.390.
2		(113) A violation of ORS 471.410.
3		(114) Failure to report missing precursor substances, as defined in ORS 475.955.
4		(115) Illegally selling drug equipment, as defined in ORS 475.960.
5		(116) Providing false information on a precursor substances report, as defined in ORS 475.965.
6		(117) Unlawful delivery of an imitation controlled substance, as defined in ORS 475.991.
7		(118) A violation of ORS 475.992, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor.
8		(119) A violation of ORS 475.993, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor. 9	(120) A violation of ORS 475.994.
10		(121) A violation of ORS 475.995, if it is a felony or a Class A misdemeanor.
11		(122) A violation of ORS 475.999 (1)(a).
12		(123) Misuse of an identification card, as defined in ORS 807.430.
13		(124) Unlawful production of identification cards, licenses, permits, forms or camera cards, as 
14 	defined in ORS 807.500.
15		(125) Transfer of documents for the purposes of misrepresentation, as defined in ORS 807.510.
16		(126) Using an invalid license, as defined in ORS 807.580.
17		(127) Permitting misuse of a license, as defined in ORS 807.590.
18		(128) Using another's license, as defined in ORS 807.600.
19		(129) Criminal driving while suspended or revoked, as defined in ORS 811.182, when it is a fel
20	ony.
21		(130) Driving while under the influence of intoxicants, as defined in ORS 813.010, when it is a 22	felony.
23		(131) Unlawful distribution of cigarettes, as defined in [section 3 of this 2001 Act] ORS 323.482.
24		(132) Terrorism, as defined in section 1 of this 2003 Act.
25 		[(132)] (133) An attempt, conspiracy or solicitation to commit a crime in subsections (1) to 
26 	[(131)] (132) of this section if the attempt, conspiracy or solicitation is a felony or a Class A 
27 	misdemeanor.
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[ source: http://pub.das.state.or.us/LEG_BILLS/PDFs/SB742.pdf 30mar03 ]
For other OR http://www.leg.state.or.us/bills_pdf.htm 


Oregon State Senator John Minnis

Senator John Minnis
900 Court St. NE
Room S-311
Salem, OR 97301
Phn: 503-986-1725
Fax: 503- 986-1201
Email sen.johnminnis@state.or.us 
www: http://www.leg.state.or.us/minnisj/home.htm 

Biography: 
John Minnis was first appointed to the Oregon Legislature April 18, 1985 and was then elected to the House of Representatives six times. John retired from the House of Representatives in 1998 due to term limits. Last year John ran and was elected to the Oregon Senate. As a newly sworn in member of the State Senate he was appointed to serve as Chair of the Senate Judiciary committee by Senate President Gene Derfler. John is also appointed to serve as a member of the Senate Revenue and Senate Rules and Redistricting committees. 

John has chaired many committees during his time in the legislature some of which include the Co-Chair of Way & Means in 1993, the House Judiciary Committee, Housing and Urban Development, Committee on Oregon's Future with then Senate President John Kitzhaber. John was selected as "Legislator of the Year" in 1994 by the National Republican Legislators Association and has received many other awards for his legislative service.

As a Law Enforcement Officer John has learned to be in touch with the needs of the community. His experience as a Police Officer, Detective, Sergeant and Detective Sergeant during the last 24 years has given him experience and wisdom. He worked as a patrolman for 16 years and was promoted to Detective in 1992. John has served as Detective working in various departments such as Sex & Bias Crimes, Homicide, General Assignment and the Multnomah County Child Abuse Team. All of these assignments have helped John to strengthen his commitment to helping victims of violent crime.

John Minnis was married to Karen Minnis (Representative, House District 49 and House Republican Majority Leader) in 1972. They have three grown children. John also served in the United States Air Force and the Oregon Air National Guard as a Jet Engine Mechanic and Security Police Officer. He attended Portland State University, Portland Bible College and is completing his degree at Eastern Oregon University. 
source: http://www.leg.state.or.us/minnisj/bio.htm 30mar03

Wife: 
Karen Minnis, House Speaker
minnis.rep@state.or.us
 
Bio: http://www.leg.state.or.us/house/speaker/_bio_2.pdf 
Home page: http://www.leg.state.or.us/house/speaker/home.htm

2000 Contributions to John Minnis
Total contributions = $393,225   Number of contributors = 235  Average contribution = $1,673 

Contributor / Sum Of Contrib $ / Group / Industry 
OR VICTORY PAC $55,000.00 General Business Business Associations 
FRIENDS OF GENE DERFLER $25,200.00 Party Candidate Committees 
FRIENDS OF KAREN MINNIS $15,812.00 Party Candidate Committees 
OR FOREST INDUSTRIES COUNCIL PAC $15,000.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
OR RESTAURANT ASSOC/OR PAC $13,050.00 General Business Food & Beverage 
DAVID NELSON FOR STATE SENATE $13,000.00 Party Candidate Committees 
LEADERSHIP FUND $11,000.00 Party Party Committees 
AOI CENTER FOR CITIZEN LEADERSHIP $11,000.00 General Business Business Associations 
OR BUSINESS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL $10,000.00 General Business Business Associations 
OR GROCERY INDUSTRY ASSOC PAC $10,000.00 Agriculture Food Processing & Sales 
OR REPUBLICAN PARTY $10,000.00 Party Party Committees 
OR COMM OF AUTO RETAILERS/OR AUTO DEALERS ASSOC $6,737.00 Transportation Automotive 
OCAPA/OR CONCRETE & AGGREGATE PRODUCERS ASSOC PAC $6,500.00 Construction Building Materials & Equipment 
IMPACT OR $5,500.00 Party Party Committees 
OR BEVERAGE PAC $5,500.00 General Business Food & Beverage 
OR RIGHT TO LIFE PAC $5,000.00 Ideology/Single Issue Pro-Life 
OR HEALTH CARE ASSOC PAC $4,750.00 Health Hospitals/Nursing Homes 
SMALL CONTRIBUTIONS $4,675.00 Small Contributions Republican Small Contributions 
FRIENDS OF TED FERRIOLI $4,500.00 Party Candidate Committees 
CREDIT UNION LEGISLATIVE ACTION FUND $4,369.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Credit Unions 
AG PAC $4,200.00 Agriculture Farm Bureau 
ICE PAC $3,500.00 Health Health Professionals 
ASSOC BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS/ABC STATE PAC $3,500.00 Construction General Contractors 
OREGONIANS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING $3,250.00 Construction Home Builders 
OR BANKERS PAC $3,000.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Banks & Lending Institutions 
BILL FISHER FOR STATE SENATE $3,000.00 Party Candidate Committees 
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF GRAND RONDE $3,000.00 Other Tribal Governments 
OR COUNCIL OF POLICE ASSOC PAC $3,000.00 Labor Public Sector Unions 
WILLAMETTE INDUSTRIES $3,000.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
LODGE PAC $2,800.00 General Business Lodging/Tourism 
OR BUSINESS ASSOC/COALITION FOR OR FUTURE $2,500.00 General Business Business Associations 
COCA COLA ENTERPRISES INC $2,500.00 General Business Food & Beverage 
RJ REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO $2,500.00 General Business Tobacco 
QWEST/US WEST OR EMPLOYEES PAC $2,500.00 Communic/Electronics Telephone Utilities 
OR AMERICAN ELECTRONICS ASSOC/OR AEA $2,000.00 Communic/Electronics Computer Equipment & Services 
ANHEUSER BUSCH $2,000.00 General Business Beer, Wine & Liquor 
OR NURSERYMENS PAC $2,000.00 Agriculture Agricultural Services/Products 
LIBERTY NORTHWEST INSURANCE CO $2,000.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Insurance 
OR OPTOMETRIC PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL $2,000.00 Health Health Professionals 
OR REALTORS ASSOC PAC/OR REALTORS PAC $2,000.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Real Estate 
OR FARM BUREAU PAC $2,000.00 Agriculture Farm Bureau 
PGE EMPLOYEE CANDIDATE ASSISTANCE FUND $2,000.00 Energy/Nat Resource Electric Utilities 
ARCO $2,000.00 Energy/Nat Resource Oil & Gas 
OR FAMILY COUNCIL ISSUES PAC $2,000.00 Ideology/Single Issue Christian Conservative 
OR SOFT DRINK PAC $2,000.00 General Business Food & Beverage 
PACIFIC NW PAINT COUNCIL PAC $1,900.00 Labor Trade Unions/General 
PHILIP MORRIS $1,500.00 General Business Tobacco 
PARKPAC $1,500.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Real Estate 
WASTE MANAGEMENT INC $1,500.00 Energy/Nat Resource Waste Management 
CABLE OPERATORS PAC/COPAC $1,500.00 Communic/Electronics Cable TV 
RENTAL OWNERS PAC $1,500.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Real Estate 
BUILDING A BETTER OREGON/ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS $1,500.00 Construction General Contractors 
IDAHO POWER $1,500.00 Energy/Nat Resource Electric Utilities 
IBEW EDUCATION COMMITTEE $1,500.00 Labor Trade Unions/General 
HEALTH INSURANCE PAC $1,500.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Insurance 
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RB PAMPLIN CORP $1,500.00 General Business Misc Manufacturing & Distributing 
CONKLING FISKUM & MCCORMICK INC PAC $1,460.00 Lawyers & Lobbyists Lawyers & Lobbyists 
WEYERHAEUSER $1,250.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
OR MEDICAL PAC $1,250.00 Health Health Professionals 
AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION DIV 757 $1,250.00 Labor Transportation Unions 
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7 ELEVEN INC/SOUTHLAND CORP $1,007.00 Agriculture Food Processing & Sales 
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DUFFIE, CORNELIUS R $1,000.00 Other Retired 
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OR INSURANCE PAC $1,000.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Insurance 
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AVISTA CORP $1,000.00 Energy/Nat Resource Electric Utilities 
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CRAY, FRED $750.00 Unknown Unknown 
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SAFECO CORP $500.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Insurance 
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WILCOX, BRETT $500.00 Energy/Nat Resource Aluminum mining/processing 
REYNOLDS METALS CO $500.00 General Business Misc Manufacturing & Distributing 
CROWN PAC/WINCO FOODS $500.00 Agriculture Food Processing & Sales 
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VERIZON WIRELESS $500.00 Communic/Electronics Telecom Services & Equipment 
PACWEST/PT3 INC DBA PACWEST COMMUNICATIONS $500.00 Lawyers & Lobbyists Lawyers & Lobbyists 
OR PERS RETIREES PAC $500.00 Labor Public Sector Unions 
NRA POLITICAL VICTORY FUND $500.00 Ideology/Single Issue Anti-Gun Control 
OR STATE FIREFIGHTERS COUNCIL $500.00 Labor Public Sector Unions 
OR STATE ASSOC OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS $500.00 Labor Trade Unions/General 
NIKE INC $500.00 General Business Misc Manufacturing & Distributing 
OR FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSOC $500.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Finance/Credit Companies 
STANDARD INSURANCE CO PAC/STANPAC $450.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Insurance 
OR INDEPENDENT AUTO DEALERS ASSOC/OIADA PAC $400.00 Transportation Automotive 
OR ASSOC OF INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTANTS PAC $400.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Accountants 
LONGVIEW FIBRE CO $400.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
SPRINT UNITED MANAGEMENT CO $400.00 Communic/Electronics Telephone Utilities 
SNODGRASS, LYNN $375.00 Party Candidate Committees 
CAPITOL INVESTIGATION CO LTD $300.00 Unknown Unknown 
OR PSYCHIATRIC PAC $300.00 Health Health Professionals 
LONGVIEW FIBRE CO $300.00 Construction Forestry & Forest Products 
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD $300.00 Energy/Nat Resource Railroads 
ELLIOT, BOB $300.00 Unknown Unknown 
JOHN GERVAIS & ASSOC $300.00 Lawyers & Lobbyists Lawyers & Lobbyists 
BURLINGTON NORTHERN & SANTA FE RAILWAY CO $300.00 Energy/Nat Resource Transportation 
HASLIP PHOTOGRAPHY $285.00 Unknown Unknown 
OR PHYSICAL THERAPY OPT PAC $250.00 Health Health Professionals 
DELOGLOS, MATT & CHRISTINA $250.00 Unknown Unknown 
ANDRUSKO, PETER & LINDA $250.00 Construction Special Trade Contractors 
OR PODIATRY PAC $250.00 Health Health Professionals 
SPRINT NORTHWEST PAC $250.00 Communic/Electronics Telephone Utilities 
STONEKING, CARMEN KAY $250.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Misc Finance 
GRESHAM PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS ASSOC $250.00 Labor Public Sector Unions 
GRESHAM TRANSFER INC $250.00 Transportation Trucking 
DARIGOLD PAC $250.00 Agriculture Dairy 
OR NAVA PAC/NW AUTOMATIC VENDING ASSOC $250.00 General Business Retail Sales 
CONTAINER RECOVERY INC $250.00 Energy/Nat Resource Waste Management 
PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS PAC $250.00 Labor Public Sector Unions 
OSTEOPATHIC PAC $250.00 Health Health Professionals 
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB $250.00 Health Pharmaceuticals/Health Products 
ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEONS PAC OF OR $250.00 Health Health Professionals 
PLUMBING & MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOC PAC $250.00 Construction Special Trade Contractors 
OR PAYPHONE PAC $250.00 Communic/Electronics Telecom Services & Equipment 
AK MEDIA NORTHWEST $250.00 General Business Business Services 
JOHNSON & JOHNSON EMPLOYEES GOOD GOVERNMENT FUND $250.00 Health Pharmaceuticals/Health Products 
TRANSPAC/OR FOREST PRODUCTS TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY $250.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
THE WILLIAMS COMPANIES $250.00 Energy/Nat Resource Oil & Gas 
OR TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOC PAC $250.00 Communic/Electronics Telecom Services & Equipment 
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS $250.00 Labor Trade Unions/General 
SURE POWER INDUSTRIES INC $250.00 Unknown Unknown 
OR REFUSE & RECYCLING ASSOC PAC/ORRA PAC $250.00 Energy/Nat Resource Waste Management 
MINNIS, JOHN $200.00 Candidate Candidate Self-finance 
SMITH, RON $200.00 General Business Business Services 
OR ORTHOPEDIC PAC $200.00 Health Health Professionals 
PATTERSON, KATHLEEN $200.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Real Estate 
CENTRAL OR VICTORY PAC $200.00 Party Party Committees 
SMACNA PAC/SHEET METAL AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS ASSOC $200.00 Construction Special Trade Contractors 
BUCKINGER, JOHN P $200.00 Unknown Unknown 
RICHARDS, JAMES $185.00 Transportation Sea Transport 
BLOMDHL, BOB $150.00 Unknown Unknown 
BLOMDAHL, ROBERT & ELEANOR $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
ALLEN, STEVE & JULIA $100.00 Construction General Contractors 
DAMAZIO, FRANK & SHARON $100.00 Other Clergy 
BARBER, ALAN $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
ANFUSO, VICTOR & KATHY $100.00 General Business Business Services 
CHRISTENSON, GREGG & NANCY $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
ANDREW, DICK $100.00 Other Retired 
CHRISTOPHER, LOUISE M $100.00 Other Retired 
DAVIS, MARK & KAREN $100.00 Transportation Automotive 
CITIZENS ALLIANCE FOR RESPONSIBLE EDUCATION INC/CARE EDUCATION PAC/SCHOOL BOARDS $100.00 Other Education 
PHILLIPS, STEVE & LEAH $100.00 Other Civil Servants/Public Officials 
MINARDI, STEVE & CAROL $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
NELSON, ROGER E $100.00 Other Retired 
MORTON, FREDERICK & MARILLY $100.00 General Business Business Associations 
MYERS, RONALD & DARLENE $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
NASHIF, TIM & VALERIE $100.00 General Business Business Associations 
NEWMAN, ERIC $100.00 Construction General Contractors 
ZIPPRICH, ROBERT & BARBARA $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
OR PIPE PAC $100.00 Construction General Contractors 
PARENT, ROBERT & HELEN $100.00 Other Retired 
DUFFEL, MARCIA $100.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Misc Finance 
PETERSON, LEWIS & MARION $100.00 Other Clergy 
MATES ELECTRIC $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
ROBERTS, WILLIAM & BOBBY $100.00 Other Retired 
SAMMER, MARTHA & LEROY $100.00 Other Retired 
SCHEIDLER, STEPHEN & REBECCA $100.00 Health Health Services 
SMITH, GORDON $100.00 Party Candidate Committees 
SPIKES, ROBERT & DELORES $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
THE HOBBY SMITH $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
WHITE, MALCOLM $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
WOLF ENTERPRISES $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
WRIGHT, JENINE & KIRK $100.00 Health Health Professionals 
PATTERSON, GARY & KATHLEEN $100.00 Fin/Ins/Real Estate Real Estate 
HOLM, GARY & DIANE $100.00 Construction Special Trade Contractors 
EBELING, TODD & TRACEY $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
FINNEY, WL & KAY $100.00 Agriculture Forestry & Forest Products 
FLOM, DAYL & JANICE $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
FROKE, WILLIAM & EVELYN $100.00 Other Retired 
GREEN, JAMES & SUE $100.00 Construction Construction Services 
GROVE, DARYL & KIM $100.00 Communic/Electronics Computer Equipment & Services 
HAINES, DANIEL $100.00 Energy/Nat Resource Waste Management 
HASLIP, KEVIN $100.00 General Business Business Services 
HICKERNELL, ROBERT & JUANITA $100.00 Other Retired 
HJERTSTEDT, JOEL & ROBBIN $100.00 Other Clergy 
MALMIN, KEN & GLENDA $100.00 Other Education 
HOLM, JANE & LAWRENCE $100.00 Other Retired 
HOPPER, ALVIN & PHYLLIS $100.00 Other Retired 
IVERSON, KR $100.00 Other Retired 
IVERSON, KR & EDITH $100.00 Other Clergy 
IVERSON, TERRY & SHARI $100.00 Unknown Unknown 
JOHANSEN, CARL $100.00 Construction Special Trade Contractors 
JOHNSON, JOHN & MILLY $100.00 Health Health Professionals 
LARRY HARVEY PUBLIC RELATIONS $100.00 General Business Business Services 
LEARY, VINCENT & LORI $100.00 Communic/Electronics Computer Equipment & Services 
NUNEZ, RUBEN & CARLA $80.00 General Business Business Services 
MINNIS, KAREN $75.00 Party Candidate Committees 
KUHNHAUSEN, ARLENE & CHARLES $75.00 Other Retired 
POLLIN, HAROLD $50.00 General Business Food & Beverage 
ARTER, THEODOA $50.00 Other Retired 

source: http://www.oregonfollowthemoney.org/CandTribs/2000/SENATE/MINNIS.html 30mar03

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