(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon House has passed two bills to address the homeless crisis. The bills passed with bipartisan support. They fund the Governor's Homelessness State of Emergency with 130-million dollars, allocate 27-million dollars for homelessness solutions in rural counties not covered under the emergency declaration, and increases production of affordable housing. Renters facing eviction will also get more time to access rental assistance programs. The bills now move to the Senate.