(Salem, OR) -- All gas stations in Oregon would be allowed to offer self service gas under a bill that passed the Oregon House. Supporters say it would help station owners who have trouble finding enough workers and would still keep attendants. In larger counties, at least half of the pumps would be required to have attendants. Opponents are concerned about job losses and the impact on drivers with disabilities. Stations with self-service and attendants would be required to charge the same price for gas. The bill moves to the Senate for consideration.