Oregon greets 2008 with a raft of new legislation. Laws affecting Oregon businesses include an expansion of the family medical leave law under House Bill 2635 to cover grandparents who must care for sick grandchildren. New mothers must be given break time and a private place to express milk at work, per HB 2372. Senate Bill 2 prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. Health insurers are now required to include coverage for contraceptives (HB 2700) and for prosthetic and orthotic devices (HB 2517). And HB 2513 makes it unlawful to sell gift cards that expire or have a face value that declines over time with lack of use. See summaries of other new laws in this press release from the legislature.