Oregon Bill Relating to the Transfers of Fetal Human Tissue (HB 3060)
This law was last updated on Aug 30, 2019
HB 3060 would prohibit a person from soliciting or knowingly acquiring, receiving, transporting, implanting, processing, preserving, storing or accepting donation of human fetal tissue for the purpose of transplanting the tissue into another person or animal under specified circumstances.
The prohibited circumstances include when:
- The human fetal tissue will be or is obtained from an induced abortion and the person that solicits or acquires the donation of human fetal tissue promises the donor of the human fetal tissue that it will be implanted into a recipient specified or unspecified by the individual; or
- The person provides the donor with valuable consideration for the costs of the induced or spontaneous abortion that resulted in the human fetal tissue becoming available for transplantation.
A person who violates this provision would be committing a Class C felony and be liable for civil penalties.
Teen Pregnancy Assistance Fund
The bill would establish a Teen Pregnancy Assistance Fund for the sole purpose of providing financial assistance to high school students who have had a child.
2/25/19 – Introduced; referred to House Health Care Committee.