(1) The Oregon Disabilities Commission shall:
(a) Advise the Department of Human Services, the Governor, the Legislative Assembly and appropriate state agency administrators on services and resources needed to serve individuals with disabilities and recommend action by the Governor, the Legislative Assembly, state agencies, other governmental entities and the private sector appropriate to meet such needs.
(b) Advise the Governor, state and local elected officials and managers of public and private firms and agencies on issues related to achieving full economic, social, legal and political equity for individuals with disabilities.
(2) The commission in no way shall impinge upon the authority or responsibilities of any other existing or duly appointed commissions, boards, councils or committees. The commission shall act as a coordinating link between and among public and private organizations serving individuals with disabilities. [1983 c.726 §§4, 8(2); 1989 c.224 §18; 1989 c.470 §3; 1989 c.657 §2; 2007 c.70 §50]Section: Previous 185.010 185.015 185.020 185.025 185.110 185.120 185.130 185.140 185.150 185.155 185.160 185.165 185.170 185.180 185.190 Next
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