Oregon Constitution

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  • OR CONST Preamble
  • Article I. Bill of Rights
  • Article II. Suffrage and Elections
  • Article III. Distribution of Powers
  • Article IV. Legislative Branch
  • Article V. Executive Branch
  • Article VI. Administrative Department
  • Article VII (Amended). Judicial Branch
  • Article VII (Original). The Judicial Branch
  • Article VIII. Education and School Lands
  • Article IX. Finance
  • Article X. The Militia
  • Article X-A. Catastrophic Disasters
  • Article XI. Corporations and Internal Improvements
  • Article XI-A. Rural Credits
  • Article XI-D. State Power Development
  • Article XI-E. State Reforestation
  • Article XI-F(1). Higher Education Building Projects
  • Article XI-F(2). Veterans' Bonus
  • Article XI-G. Higher Education Institutions and Activities; Community Colleges
  • Article XI-H. Pollution Control
  • Article XI-I(1). Water Development Projects
  • Article XI-I(2). Multifamily Housing for Elderly and Disabled
  • Article XI-J. Small Scale Local Energy Loans
  • Article XI-K. Guarantee of Bonded Indebtedness of Education Districts
  • Article XI-L. Oregon Health and Science University
  • Article XI-M. Seismic Rehabilitation of Public Education Buildings
  • Article XI-N. Seismic Rehabilitation of Emergency Services Buildings
  • Article XI-O. Pension Liabilities
  • Article XI-P. School District Capital Costs
  • Article XI-Q. Real or Personal Property Owned or Operated by State
  • Article XII. State Printing
  • Article XIV. Seat of Government
  • Article XV. Miscellaneous
  • Article XVI. Boundaries
  • Article XVII. Amendments and Revisions
  • Article XVIII. Schedule

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