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African Americans Force Racist State Of Oregon To Pass Civil Rights House Senate Bill 3216 (Part 2)
Racist State Of Oregon passes house Senate bill 3216 five years after this racist incident had taken place all caught on video at the Salem Keizer transit center located in Salem, Oregon.
House Bill 3216
Sponsored by Representative BYNUM, Senators MANNING JR, FREDERICK; Representatives
ALONSO LEON, CLEM, FAHEY, GORSEK, HERNANDEZ, KENY-GUYER, LIVELY, MCLAIN,
MEEK, NERON, NOSSE, PILUSO, POWER, SANCHEZ, SOLLMAN, Senators DEMBROW,
FAGAN, GELSER, MONNES ANDERSON
Relating to unlawfully summoning a police officer.
Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:
SECTION 1. (1) A person may bring a civil action for damages against any person who
knowingly causes a police officer to arrive at a location to contact another person with the
(a) Infringe on the other person’s rights under the Oregon or United States Constitutions;
(b) Unlawfully discriminate against the other person;
(c) Cause the other person to feel harassed, humiliated or embarrassed;
(d) Cause the other person to be expelled from a place in which the other person is lawfully located; or
(e) Damage the other person’s:
(A) Reputation or standing within the community; or
(B) Financial, economic, consumer or business prospects or interests.
(2) Upon prevailing in an action under this section, the plaintiff may recover:
(a) The greater of:
(A) Special and general damages, including damages for emotional distress; or
(B) Statutory damages of $250 against each defendant found liable under this section; and
(b) Punitive damages.
(3) The court may award reasonable attorney fees to the prevailing plaintiff in an action
under this section.
(4) A civil action under this section:
(a) May be brought in the small claims department of a circuit court if the total damages
do not exceed the jurisdictional limit of the small claims department.
(b) Does not affect a right or remedy available under any other law of this state.