Legislative Items will be reviewed by the Annual Conference Session meeting in June 11-13 in Salem.
You can view or download the action requests and standing resolutions below. To read the packages you will need the Adobe Reader program or equivalent software. You can download it for free from this site. Hint: If you have problems opening a file, download it first by RIGHT clicking on your mouse and saving the file to your computer.
Legislation was reviewed by the Legislative Assembly when it met April 12 and 13, 2015. The Assembly discusses, debates and sometimes amends proposed before making a recommendation to the full Annual Conference. Learn more about Legislative Assembly.
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Download the Bundle
Download or view the full package of Consent Calendars, Action Requests, and other legislative items as a package with index and page numbers Amendment and voting history from Legislative Assembly are included on each item.
(Right Click to "Save as...")
Download/View Specific Items
Consent Calendar Items (click on title)
CCAR 01: Mending a Shameful Legacy
CCAR 03: Conference Pulpit Exchange Sunday
CCSR 01: Ban on Torture
CCSR 02: Close School of the Americas
CCSR 03: Embracing the immigrant
CCSR 04: Climate Change
Individual Items – Action Requests (click on title)
Individual Items – Standing Resolutions (click on title)
SR 08: National Fair Trade Policy
SR 09: Promises Broken
Individual Items – General Conference Petitions (click on title)
Legislative Action Forms
You can download forms for submitting action items to the Legislative Assembly and Annual Conference here. The forms are in Microsoft word format.
|Action Request From download||Standing Resolution Form Download||General Conference Petition Form Download|
To download the forms, right-click on them and choose "Save as..." or "Save Target..." or "Save Link as..."
Legislation due date was: Saturday, March 07, 2015