HB 4117

  • Oregon House Bill
  • 2020 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Feb 03, 2020
  • House
  • Senate
  • Governor

Relating to alcohol.


Authorizes eligible business to deliver malt beverages, wine or cider to final consumer through use of delivery person. Authorizes Oregon Liquor Control Commission retail sales agent to deliver distilled liquor to final consumer through use of delivery person. Authorizes commission to develop, implement and maintain electronic platform for ordering of distilled liquor. Authorizes registered third party provider to facilitate ordering and payment by final consumer of alcoholic beverages and delivery of alcoholic beverages from eligible business or retail sales agent to final consumer. Imposes requirements for person acting as third party provider or delivery person. Requires that service permit training include training in making delivery to final consumer. Requires that shipment of alcoholic beverages to final consumer made under direct shipper permit be delivered to final consumer by person having qualifications required of delivery person. Eliminates requirements for certain information in application to commission for license or permit. Eliminates restriction on visibility of liquor store advertising or display.

Bill Sponsors (3)


No votes to display


Mar 09, 2020


In committee upon adjournment.

Feb 05, 2020


Public Hearing held.

Feb 03, 2020


Referred to Economic Development.

Feb 03, 2020


First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.

Jan 27, 2020


Presession Released to the Public.

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