People who lost their homes in the 2020 Labor Day wildfires would get a minimum of two years under insurance policies to repair or rebuild, and other insurance protections, under a bill that passed the Oregon House without dissent.

House Bill 3272 was approved 56-0 on Monday, April 26, and went to the Senate. It is among a series of bills that emerged from the House Special Committee on Wildfire Recovery, which was formed this session after wildfires swept through Oregon and destroyed 4,000 homes last year.