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Senate
Business and Transportation
  • Informational Meeting
    • Highway Cost Allocation Study, Efficiency Fee and Carbon Tax Presentation
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SJR 16 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to authorize use of motor vehicle-related revenue for infrastructure that reduces traffic burden of, or pollution from, motor vehicles on public roads in this state.
    • SB 138 Removes production limit for brewery-public house licensee selling malt beverages, produced by licensee at wholesale, to other licensees of Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
    • SB 583 Allows brewery-public house licensee to also hold off-premises sales license under certain circumstances.
    • SB 120 Provides conditions under which transportation project meets vehicle mobility standards adopted by Oregon Transportation Commission and Land Conservation and Development Commission.
    • SB 937 Prohibits retail sale of granulated alcohol.
Education
  • Work Session
    • SB 79 Requires school district to provide instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and uses of automated external defibrillators.
    • SB 473 Requires each public university, community college or other institution of higher education to allow students, faculty and staff to identify sexual orientation on forms used to collect demographic data.
    • SB 521 Permits coach to allow member of school athletic team and nonschool athletic team to participate in athletic event or training at any time after athletic trainer determines that member has not suffered concussion.
    • SB 287 Deletes provision that authorizes teachers who are licensed and properly endorsed by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to practice speech-language pathology without obtaining license from State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 560 Establishes timelines by which evaluations must be completed to determine eligibility for special education.
    • SB 619 Prohibits public universities from adopting school policies with respect to noncredit academic activities, or from refusing student application to, or enrollment or participation in, noncredit academic activity, solely on basis that student was not awarded standard high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate, or because student received modified or extended diploma.
    • SB 709 Modifies provisions to allow students who are not residents of school district to attend school of school district.
    • SB 487 Directs school district to forward documentation relating to charges resulting in teacher's termination for failure to meet performance standards or goals to Teacher Standards and Practices Commission for disclosure to potential educational employers.

    • Note Change: Work Session for SB 287 has been added to the agenda.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 361 Requires certain statement by local government to accompany application for operating permit for surface mining.
    • SB 882 Requires State Department of Agriculture to adopt rules prohibiting application of pesticide products containing nitro-group neonicotinoids.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SJM 9 Urges Congress to expedite appropriation of funds to monitor and prevent spread of aquatic invasive species and implement Water Resources Reform and Development Act.
    • SJM 10 Urges Congress to designate Willamette Falls and surrounding communities as National Heritage Area.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 259 Requires person submitting notice of intent to file for site certificate, request for exemption or request for expedited review to pay fee prior to submitting notice or request to Energy Facility Siting Council.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 824 Requires certain public improvement contracts to contain and reserve one percent of total contract price for performing repowers or retrofits of certain diesel engines used in course of performing contract.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 245 Modifies purposes for assessing, and authorized uses of, solid waste facility permit fees.
    • SB 263 Adds program elements to opportunity to recycle.
    • SB 266 Allows Water Resources Department to issue grants to assist recipient entities in preparation of place-based integrated water resources strategies.
Finance and Revenue
3/30/2015 8:30 AM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
    • Please Note Different Time
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 728 Discontinues provisions requiring taxpayers, for Oregon tax purposes, to add to federal taxable income amount equal to federal deduction for qualified production activities income.
    • SB 813 Repeals requirement that Department of Revenue estimate future amounts of deferred taxes, interest on taxes and fees to be paid by department for homestead granted property tax deferral.
    • SB 924 Directs Department of Revenue to study issue of allowing certain homesteads of senior citizens that have appreciated by more than 50 percent to enter homestead property tax deferral program.
  • Work Session
    • SB 658 Allows owners of land in Portland that was disqualified from western Oregon forestland special assessment for property tax year beginning on July 1, 2011, to request directly from State Fish and Wildlife Commission designation of land as eligible for wildlife habitat special assessment.
    • SB 903 Repeals sunset of law authorizing only school districts to impose construction taxes.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2485 Clarifies that refund made for correction in property taxes owed as result of appeal is made to person who filed appeal.
    • Please Note Different Time
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 129 Requires Department of Revenue to transfer 10 percent of total annual amount of personal income tax revenue attributable to eligible projects located in counties for which cumulative amount exceeds $5 million to Local Economic Opportunity Fund.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 472 Increases maximum number of Pacific Wonderland registration plates that may be issued.
    • Please Note Different Time
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2490 Changes to August 31 end date for annual indexing of maximum aggregate amount that local government official or tribal government official may place in investment pool in custody of State Treasurer.
    • HB 2493 Modifies meeting schedule of State Debt Policy Advisory Commission, requiring that meetings be held at least annually.
    • HB 2610 Adds agricultural workforce housing to property used in relation to agricultural work that is eligible for property tax exemption.
    • HB 2488 Replaces penalty for taxpayer's substantial understatement of taxable income with penalty for substantial understatement of net tax.
    • SB 864 Expands definition of "real property," for purposes of natural resource credit against estate tax, to include real property in neighboring states.
Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 916 Directs Oregon Medical Board and Oregon State Board of Nursing to adopt rules regarding diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.
    • SB 757 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for Oregon Healthcare Workforce Institute and Oregon Center for Nursing for analysis of effectiveness of state programs designed to encourage practice of healthcare providers with underserved populations or in rural areas.
  • Work Session
    • SB 7 Requires Oregon Health Authority to exercise procurement authority under Public Contracting Code and under supervision of Oregon Department of Administrative Services, for specified purposes.
    • SB 224 Exempts Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services from certain provisions relating to acquiring, holding or disposing of real property or equitable interest in real property or in mineral or geothermal resource right.
    • SB 608 Creates Palliative Care and Quality of Life Interdisciplinary Advisory Council in Oregon Health Authority.
    • SB 415 Prohibits distributing, selling or allowing to be sold flavored tobacco products or flavored inhalant delivery system products in this state.
    • SB 416 Requires payment of fee for smoke shop certification, renewal of smoke shop certification, transfer of smoke shop certification and relocation of smoke shop.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 833 Requires Oregon Health Authority to give coordinated care organization at least 30 days' advance notice of proposed amendments to contracts.

    • Note: SB 415 and SB 416 Work Session added to the agenda
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 558 Requires health benefit plan to reimburse cost of pharmacist consultation that meets specified criteria.
    • SB 661 Requires health benefit plan that covers opioid analgesic drug products to cover abuse-deterrent opioid analgesic drug products, at no greater cost to insured than other preferred drugs under plan, and specifies other requirements regarding coverage.
    • SB 874 Requires Oregon Health Authority to provide or contract for provision of training on adrenal insufficiency for certain health care professionals.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 705 Directs Oregon Health Authority to study and report on demolition of residential structures that have been painted with lead-based paint or insulated with asbestos and risks to public health associated with such demolitions.

    • Note: SB 93 Work Session added to the agenda
  • Work Session
    • SB 469 Makes changes to laws governing hospital nursing staff, including laws setting forth composition of hospital nurse staffing committees and laws governing content of written hospital-wide staffing plans.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 523 Requires insurer to provide specified notifications to health care providers regarding coverage under qualified health plan offered by insurer through health insurance exchange.
    • SB 905 Adds physician assistant to Oregon Medical Board membership.
    • SB 920 Makes legislative findings regarding provision of antibiotics and its relation to public health.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 648 Expands duties of Central Oregon Health Council.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 901 Requires insurer to reimburse providers directly for medical, surgical and nursing services provided to insured.
    • SB 841 Modifies requirements for health plan coverage of prescription drugs dispensed in accordance with synchronization policy.
    • SB 696 Directs Oregon Health Authority to study need for changes in licensure of health care practitioners that treat individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to health care on or before September 15, 2015.
    • SB 773 Requires coordinated care organization to continue to provide health services to child meeting specified criteria who moves outside of geographic area served by coordinated care organization.
    • SB 880 Exempts for-profit or nonprofit business entity, if business entity provides only palliative care or operates rural health clinic, from requirement that licensed physicians hold majority of voting stock in professional corporation organized for purpose of practicing medicine or be majority of directors of professional corporation.
    • SB 231 Requires Department of Consumer and Business Services to adopt rules for participation of prominent carriers in Primary Care Transformation Initiative implemented by Oregon Health Authority.

    • SB 231 added to the agenda
Human Services and Early Childhood
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 226 Requires Department of Human Services to report to Legislative Assembly concerning needed legislative changes by September 1, 2015.
    • SB 444 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to submit report related to housing stabilization programs to interim legislative committees no later than July 1, 2016.
    • SB 465 Specifies duties and liabilities of community mental health program with respect to commitment proceedings initiated for individuals with mental illness.
  • Work Session
    • SB 213 Requires Early Learning Council to develop metrics for funding Early Learning Hubs.
    • SB 296 Repeals elderly rental assistance program, operative January 1, 2016.
    • SB 307 Imposes new requirements on continuing care retirement communities and residential facilities.
    • SB 430 Authorizes State Board of Psychologist Examiners to withhold license to practice from applicant who has been convicted of sex crime.
    • SB 475 Provides that students in youth care center within detention facility are to receive educational services through Juvenile Detention Education Program.
    • SB 490 Requires Department of Human Services to seek federal approval and funding to implement pilot program to increase purchase and consumption of fruits and vegetables by recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits.
    • SB 500 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for construction of Boys & Girls Club in Rockwood neighborhood of Gresham.
    • SB 501 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Youth Authority for East Metro Gang Enforcement Team gang intervention services in east Multnomah County.

    • Please note change: Senate Bills 226 and 444 have been added for public hearings. Senate Bills 430, 490, 500, and 501 have been added for work sessions.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 777 Directs State Treasurer to establish by rule qualified state program as described in federal Stephen Beck, Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 700 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program and Women, Infants and Children Farm Direct Nutrition Program.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 739 Establishes standards of care for Department of Corrections inmates with serious mental illness.
    • SB 741 Directs Department of Human Services to adopt administrative rules for home studies and placement reports in adoption proceedings that require that equal consideration be given to relatives and current caretakers as prospective adoptive parents, and that greater consideration be given to relatives and current caretakers as compared to other persons who are not relatives or current caretakers.
  • Work Session
    • SB 659 Requires that minor child be considered resident in determining eligibility for home and community-based care if child lives at least six weeks each year with parent residing in this state.

  • Public Hearing
    • SB 722 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services for deposit in Oregon Project Independence Fund.
    • SB 767 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services for domestic violence prevention, awareness and support programs.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 561 Directs Department of Human Services to submit report to interim legislative committees no later than July 1, 2016, regarding occurrences of suicide and status of suicide prevention efforts in Oregon.
    • SB 774 Creates task force to investigate expanding authority of Home Care Commission to provide services to home care workers.
    • SB 909 Requires that fitness determination be conducted before hiring individuals with specified criminal history if individual will have direct contact with resident of residential facility or adult foster home or persons who receive in-home services or supports.
  • Work Session
    • SB 226 Requires Department of Human Services to report to Legislative Assembly concerning needed legislative changes by September 1, 2015.
    • SB 40 Extends sunset for tax credit for child with disability.
    • SB 41 Extends sunset for tax credit for elderly or permanently and totally disabled.
    • SB 43 Extends sunset for additional personal exemption credit for taxpayer with severe disability.
    • SB 48 Extends sunset for tax credit for employer-provided dependent care assistance.
    • SB 49 Extends sunset for tax credit for contributions to Office of Child Care.
    • SB 212 Extends sunset for tax credit for contributions to Office of Child Care.
    • SB 213 Requires Early Learning Council to develop metrics for funding Early Learning Hubs.
    • SB 50 Extends sunset for tax credit for individual development account donations.
    • SB 51 Extends sunset for tax credit for withdrawals from individual development accounts.
    • SB 760 Increases, for purposes of tax credit allowed for crop donation, percentage of wholesale price allowed as amount of credit.

  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 902 Revives section 1, chapter 598, Oregon Laws 2013.
  • Work Session
    • SB 831 Requires coordinated care organization to employ or contract with clinical mental health professionals to provide mental health care and treatment to members of organization.
    • SB 832 Requires Oregon Health Authority to provide grants for integrating mental health and physical health services to coordinated care organizations that meet standards prescribed by authority.
    • SB 840 Authorizes licensed independent practitioner to initiate or approve prehearing detention in hospital or nonhospital facility of person who is subject of civil commitment proceedings.

Judiciary

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: sjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 236 Authorizes Department of State Police to enter into lease agreements and take title to real property as considered necessary by Superintendent of State Police for performance of duties of department and Oregon State Police.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 577 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Justice for various public safety purposes in support of rural or fiscally distressed counties.
    • SB 821 Exempts claims based on conduct that constitutes child abuse, or conduct that constitutes knowingly allowing, permitting or encouraging child abuse, from notice requirement of Oregon Tort Claims Act.
    • SB 849 Revises provisions relating to liability arising out of skiing.
    • SB 912 Creates temporal distinction between "historically filled lands" and "new lands" for purposes of determining ownership and transfer of ownership of lands created upon submersible or submerged lands by artificial fill or deposit.

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: sjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 822 Directs presiding judge of each judicial district to ensure all grand jury proceedings except for deliberations and voting are recorded verbatim.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 825 Provides that defendant has right to appear as witness before grand jury.
    • Please note room change to Hearing Room 50. The meeting will last from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 941 Requires private person to complete transfer of firearm by appearing with transferee before gun dealer to request criminal background check.
    • Note:
      There will be two panels of invited testimony from 8:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m. followed by public testimony until 10:00 a.m.
      Due to the high level of interest in the bill, public testimony will be limited to 2 minutes per person. If you are not able to testify or would like to submit written testimony, please submit it to: sjud.exhibits@state.or.us. The committee meeting record will remain open and testimony will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 1.

      If you would like to testify, please sign up outside Hearing Room 50. Individuals who do not wish to testify do not need to sign up.

      ADA accommodation requests: employee.services@state.or.us or 1-800-332-2313.

    • Note: The committee will meet in HR 50.

      Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: sjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Work Session
    • SB 199 Requires State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision to notify victim, if requested, prior to hearing or administrative decision to reset or advance release date of prisoner for outstanding reformation, severe medical condition or age-related incapacity.
    • SB 377 Modifies crime of invasion of personal privacy.
    • SB 384 Requires judge to appoint certified shorthand reporter for aggravated murder proceedings.
    • SB 391 Prohibits seizure of property deposited to obtain security release in criminal case by law enforcement agency without search warrant or court order.
    • SB 941 Requires private person to complete transfer of firearm by appearing with transferee before gun dealer to request criminal background check.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 839 Exempts specified persons from arrest and prosecution for certain offenses and for violation of terms of release or supervision if evidence of offense was obtained because emergency medical services or law enforcement agency was contacted to obtain necessary medical assistance due to drug-related overdose.
    • SB 908 Removes prohibition of filing motion to set aside conviction for person committing certain offenses within previous 10 years.
    • SB 919 Provides that person who falsely reports hazardous substance, fire, explosion, catastrophe or other emergency in court facility or public building commits crime of disorderly conduct in the first degree.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 694 Allows operators of motorcycles and mopeds to pass vehicles in same lane during traffic jams or slowdowns.
Rules
3/31/2015 3:00 PM, HR C - No Meeting Scheduled
    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing
    • SCR 7 Recognizes and honors Specialist John Alexander Pelham (1991-2014) for his service to his country.
    • SB 717 Directs Department of Transportation to erect and maintain Fallen Hero roadside memorial sign for John Pelham.
    • HB 2763 Removes provision that public officer or employee who leaves position to perform military duty may not, while performing military duty, receive amount of pay entitled to before leave of absence.
    • SB 531 Removes provision that public officer or employee who leaves position to perform military duty may not, while performing military duty, receive amount of pay entitled to before leave of absence.
    • SJM 11 Urges Congress to improve and support efforts to bring health care to veterans in rural communities.
    • SB 92 Directs State Board of Education to develop data collection standards for school districts to collect data on students from military families.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 97 Requires reinstatement of home and community-based services for child of military service member upon child's return to state after temporary absence due to parent's military obligation.
    • SB 408 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Military Department for Oregon Military Museum.
  • Work Session
    • SB 251 Clarifies Department of Veterans' Affairs status and authority as fiduciary and representative payee appointed by United States Department of Veterans Affairs and United States Social Security Administration.
    • SB 252 Exempts Department of Veterans' Affairs from requirement to request or participate in resolution conference in connection with foreclosure of residential trust deed when department is acting in capacity as beneficiary of loan made by department pursuant to statute.
    • SB 253 Exempts personally identifiable and contact information of veterans and persons serving on active duty or as reserve members with Armed Forces of United States, National Guard or other reserve component from disclosure as public records when information was obtained by Department of Veterans' Affairs in performance of department's duties and functions.

    • Please note change: Senate Bills 251, 252, and 253 have been added for work sessions.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 775 Provides that evidence of measures taken before natural disaster occurs that were intended to minimize impact of natural disaster is not admissible to prove negligence or culpable conduct in connection with natural disaster.
    • SB 778 Allows State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries to require use of risk mitigation methods in, or to prohibit construction of, certain facilities and structures in tsunami inundation zone.
    • SB 808 Directs Department of Human Services to coordinate and facilitate state and local community resilience planning to prepare for and respond to catastrophic consequences and mass displacement that may result from naturally occurring seismic events.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 517 Establishes free resident uniformed services appreciation hunting and angling licenses for persons who are residents of state and who are members of uniformed services.
    • SB 779 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to study expanding application of laws that consider members of uniformed services residents for licensing purposes and present report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to environment and natural resources on or before September 15, 2016.
    • SB 780 Directs Department of Corrections to establish pilot program for mental health treatment for inmates engaged in intensive alternative incarceration addiction program who are servicemembers and who have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
    • SB 781 Permits Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to exempt association with membership composed of current or former members of Armed Forces of United States from operation of Insurance Code and to require association to submit certain information to director.
    • SB 869 Requires Department of State Police to create and maintain database of physical information of all schools.

    • Please note change: Senate Bill 517 has been added for a public hearing and possible work session.
  • Work Session
    • SCR 6 In memoriam: Army Specialist Nickolas S. Welch, 1987-2013.
    • SCR 7 Recognizes and honors Specialist John Alexander Pelham (1991-2014) for his service to his country.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 89 Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than July 1, 2016, regarding delivery of veterans' services.
    • SB 90 Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than July 1, 2016, regarding delivery of veterans' services.
    • SB 91 Directs Oregon Military Department to submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than July 1, 2016, regarding implementation of Oregon Code of Military Justice.
    • SB 638 Authorizes county governing bodies to appoint county volunteer veterans' ombudsmen to provide support services and assistance to veterans and their spouses, dependents and survivors that are not provided by county veterans' service officers.

    • Please note change: Senate Bill 638 has been added for public hearing and possible work session.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2036 Provides that U.S. Highway 395 shall be known as World War I Veterans Memorial Highway.
    • HB 2210 Authorizes individuals acting under authority of broadcasters to enter geographic area subject to declaration of emergency to provide public service or to maintain essential broadcast equipment.
    • HB 2230 Requires Director of Oregon Health Authority to notify Director of Veterans' Affairs upon receipt of certain written information from member or veteran of uniformed service, if authorized to do so by member or veteran.

Workforce
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 552 Establishes certain workplace protections for domestic workers.
    • HB 2213 Includes employees of Department of Corrections who have direct contact with inmates in category of employees for which on-the-job safety issues are employment relations issues subject to collective bargaining.
    • HB 2439 Requires request to reopen hearing upon claim to be filed with Office of Administrative Hearings with copy to Employment Department.
  • Work Session
    • SB 491 Provides that state contracting agency may not prequalify prospective bidder or proposer for public contract for goods or services, or for public improvement contract, if prospective bidder or proposer employs 40 or more workers and if public contract has estimated contract price that exceeds $500,000, unless prospective bidder or proposer submits certificate that shows completion of training program for compliance with pay equity provisions of state law.
    • SB 291 Modifies circumstances under which injured state worker has right to reinstatement or reemployment with employer at injury.

    • Note Change: The meeting time is scheduled for 1:30 PM.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 470 Allows payment of unemployment insurance benefits to certain individuals performing services in other than instructional, research or principal administrative capacity for educational institutions for weeks of unemployment commencing between two successive academic years or during established and customary vacation period or holiday recess.
  • Work Session
    • SB 555 Requires qualified nonprofit agency for individuals with disabilities to pay at least minimum wage or prevailing rate of wage set forth in state or federal law to individuals with disabilities.
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
    • Please note: House Bills 2589, 3428, 3123, 3434, 3429, 3430, and 3482 are carried over for the purpose of hearing testimony from people who signed up to testify on Thursday, March 26 only.

  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2589 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Requires State Department of Agriculture to adopt rules prohibiting application of pesticide products containing nitro-group neonicotinoids.
    • HB 3428 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Creates special certification requirements for pesticide applicators and public applicators who spray or otherwise apply pesticides by aircraft.
    • HB 3123 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Prohibits application of pesticide by aircraft except under terms and conditions of pest emergency declaration issued by State Department of Agriculture or State Forestry Department.
    • HB 3434 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Appropriates moneys to State Department of Agriculture for biennium beginning July 1, 2015, to administer performance of Pesticide Analytical and Response Center duties.
    • HB 3429 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Requires governing board of Pesticide Analytical and Response Center to adopt rules establishing standardized operating procedures for state agencies represented on governing board to receive and investigate complaints regarding use of pesticides.
    • HB 3430 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Requires State Department of Agriculture to establish telephone line for persons concerned about misuse or alleged misuse of pesticides.
    • HB 3482 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-26-2015 MEETING: Requires state agency or local government to keep records of pesticide applications made by public applicator or public trainee employed by state agency or local government.
    • HB 2183 Requires person growing Arundo donax L. for commercial purposes to file bond with Invasive Species Council.
    • HB 2984 Requires Clackamas County to develop pilot program for forestry products grown on nonforest land in county to be commercially produced and marketed through forestry product cooperative.
    • HB 2985 Authorizes counties to establish programs for forestry products grown on nonforest lands in counties to be commercially produced and marketed through forestry product cooperatives.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2474 Prohibits veterinary facility from offering services related to practice of veterinary medicine, surgery or dentistry unless veterinary facility registers with Oregon State Veterinary Medical Examining Board.
    • HB 2641 Establishes requirements for awarding animal as prize.
    • HB 2687 Provides exception to offense of carrying a dog on the external part of a vehicle for persons operating farm vehicle.
    • HB 2184 Directs Department of Transportation and State Parks and Recreation Department to provide link from Department of Transportation website to State Parks and Recreation Department website to provide information about how to purchase day-use parking passes.
    • HB 2537 Increases damages for unlawful taking or killing of wildlife.
    • Note change: House bills 2589, 3428, 3123, 3434, 3429, 3430, and 3482 have been carried over.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3089 Requires State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries to conduct study on increasing local revenues from mining operations and present report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to environment and natural resources on or before September 15, 2016.
    • HB 3090 Requires State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries to conduct study on consolidating permit processes for mining and present report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to environment and natural resources on or before September 15, 2016.
    • HB 3096 Requires State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries to conduct study of mineral resource potential in Oregon and present report to Legislative Assembly by February 1 of each odd-numbered year.
    • HB 3269 Requires State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries to conduct study of mineral resource potential in Oregon and present report to Legislative Assembly.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2653 Requires State Department of Agriculture to establish standards for locating apiaries in residential zones in Oregon.
Business and Labor
  • Work Session
    • HB 2893 Permits financial institution to conduct savings promotion raffle, subject to specified conditions.
    • HB 3239 Expands definition of "lender" for purposes of Beginning and Expanding Farmer Loan Program to include person selling agricultural land to beginning farmers pursuant to owner-financed agreement or sales contract, institution organized and existing under Farm Credit Act of 1971 and other persons or entities as defined by rule adopted by Oregon Business Development Department.
    • HB 2005 Requires all employers to implement paid sick time for employees.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2090 Establishes task force to study relationship between large employers and their employees who are receiving public assistance and to make recommendations regarding feasibility of imposing fee to offset shifting of expenses to public assistance.
    • HB 3471 Imposes fee on certain large employers who pay employees less than specified amount.
    • HB 3325 Allows employers to deduct value of certain benefits from minimum wage to be paid employees.
    • HB 3495 Provides for employer and employee contributions to pension program and individual account program of Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan to first be made for new members for wages that are attributable to services performed during first full pay period following six-month probationary period, without regard to when wages are considered earned for other purposes.
    • HB 3183 Allows members of Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan to purchase retirement credit under plan for periods of service in uniformed services and seasonal and temporary employment with participating public employer.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3059 Requires Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries to establish toll-free telephone hotline to receive inquiries related to employment status of persons who perform live entertainment.
Consumer Protection and Government Effectiveness
  • Work Session
    • HB 2637 CARRIED OVER FORM THE 3/26/2015 AGENDA: Provides that material misrepresentations in commercial communications about mortgage credit products constitutes unlawful trade practice.
    • HB 3031 CARRIED OVER FORM THE 3/26/2015 AGENDA: Requires caller that uses automatic dialing and announcing device in prerecorded or synthesized voice message that device plays to subscriber to accurately and truthfully identify caller and to provide telephone number or other contact information that subscriber may use to notify caller that subscriber does not want to receive calls from caller.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2975 Specifies that new or increased fees adopted by state agency do not become effective unless approved by Legislative Assembly by law.
    • HB 3061 Establishes Task Force on Family-Friendly Public Contracting and prescribes membership for task force.
    • HB 3262 Requires Oregon transparency website to contain biennial budget of each state agency for advertising purposes and annual expenditures by agency for advertising purposes.
    • HB 3267 Establishes Federal Funds Commission.
    • HB 3273 Imposes one-year moratorium on adoption, amendment or repeal of any administrative rule that has fiscal impact on public of $50,000 or more.
    • HB 3305 Prohibits utility or service provider that bills residential tenant directly for utility or service to dwelling unit from billing amounts not paid by former tenant to landlord or to subsequent tenant in dwelling unit.
    • HB 3315 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to recoup costs incurred in providing services to executive department agencies.
    • SB 358 Modifies time within which state agency that adopts rule must submit copy of adopted rule to Legislative Counsel for review.

    • Note Change: HB 2637 and HB 3031 have been added to the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2664 Subjects university with governing board, or not-for-profit organization or other entity that university with governing board controls, to certain provisions of Public Contracting Code.
    • HB 2987 Removes requirement for contracting agency to hold in account or otherwise reserve moneys for including green energy technology in constructing, reconstructing or performing major renovation on public building if contracting agency determines that including green energy technology is not appropriate.
    • HB 3099 Transfers duties, functions, powers and responsibilities related to information technology, information resources, information systems, geographic information systems, geographic data, telecommunications and related services from Oregon Department of Administrative Services to State Chief Information Officer.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2375 Establishes Task Force on Accountability in Public Contracting with nine members appointed by President of Senate, Speaker of House of Representatives, Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services, Director of Transportation, Attorney General, Secretary of State and Legislative Fiscal Officer.
    • HB 2845 Establishes conditions under which person may sell guaranteed asset protection waiver in connection with sale or lease of motor vehicle.
Education
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3499 Directs Department of Education to convene advisory group related to English language learner programs.
    • HB 3423 Modifies requirements for English language learners.
    • HB 3375 Revises and renames the Minority Teacher Act of 1991.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3319 Directs Department of Education to evaluate methods to reduce dropout rates.
    • HB 3389 Establishes Oregon Quality Education Model Modernization Task Force.

    • Note Change: The following bills are being heard solely for the purpose of passing them to another committee
  • Work Session
    • HB 3128 Authorizes State Board of Education to adopt variable ratios for local funds required to match capital grants and loans to school districts financed with Article XI-P general obligation bonds.
    • HB 3336 Authorizes State Treasurer to issue Article XI-P general obligation bonds to provide matching funds to school districts for improvements to school security infrastructure.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2411 Changes name of Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to Professional Educator Standards Board.
    • HB 2412 Removes outdated provisions and updates terminology related to teachers.
    • HB 3493 Provides that Superintendent of Public Instruction and State Board of Education may not make or authorize certain calculations related to aggregate days membership and weighted average daily membership except as specified by statute.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2955 Directs Department of Education to administer process for providing funding for activities related to annual conference dedicated to Oregon civics and held on Oregon Civics Day for Teachers.
    • HB 2847 Requires ASPIRE programs to annually provide financial aid instruction to high school students and their families, including different types of loans available to students attending post-secondary institutions of education and economic impact of each type of loan.

    • Note Change: HB 3339 has been removed from the agenda
Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2092 Creates tax credit for contributions to Zero-Emission Incentive Fund.
    • HB 2573 Authorizes residential tenant to install on premises and use electric vehicle charging station for personal, noncommercial use.
    • HB 2585 Modifies authority granted to owner of lot in planned community or unit in condominium to install and use electric vehicle charging station for personal, noncommercial use.
    • HB 3129 Authorizes tenant to whom real estate has been leased by landlord to install and use electric vehicle charging station for personal, noncommercial use.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2559 Prohibits inclusion, in instrument conveying or contracting to convey real property or in declaration or bylaws of planned community or condominium, of provisions prohibiting installation and use of solar panels for obtaining solar access.
    • HB 3050 Modifies requirements for composition of boards of directors of regional air quality control authorities.
Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3230 Modifies registration requirements for certain residential facilities.
    • HB 3245 Amends tax credit for rural health care providers to include health care providers in nonrural medically underserved communities.
    • HB 3396 Creates Health Care Provider Incentive Fund.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2300 Creates method by which health care practitioner may offer to treat patient who has terminal disease with drug or device not approved by United States Food and Drug Administration.
    • HB 2305 Permits individuals who complete polysomnographic program that combines education and training program to apply for polysomnographic technologist license.
    • HB 2642 CARRIED OVER FROM 3/25/15 AGENDA: Establishes Board of Certified Laser Estheticians within Health Licensing Office.

    • Note Change: HB 2642 has been added for a Work Session.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3310 Requires Environmental Quality Commission to adopt by rule standards and programs for on-road and nonroad diesel engines no later than January 1, 2020.
    • HB 3300 Requires primary care physician to serve specified percentage of medical assistance recipients in order to contract with Public Employees' Benefit Board or Oregon Educators Benefit Board to provide medical care.
    • HB 3358 Prohibits discrimination in rates of insurance reimbursement paid to specified mental health treatment providers.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2758 Prohibits carrier or third party administrator from disclosing to persons, other than enrollee who receives sensitive services, information relating to sensitive services provided to enrollee.
    • HB 2551 Requires covered entities to report annually on system safeguards for protecting confidentiality of individually identifiable health information.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2875 Directs Department of Consumer and Business Services to conduct study on effectiveness of laws establishing processes and procedures for pharmacy benefit managers.
    • HB 3178 Modifies requirements for pharmacy benefit managers with respect to maximum allowable cost lists.
    • HB 3132 Expands definition of "hospital facility" to include behavioral treatment facilities and family safety facilities in regard to local public authorities created to finance hospital facilities.
    • HB 3200 Prohibits health care providers and health insurers from denying patient health care or reimbursement of costs of health care necessary to prevent death based on advanced age.
    • HB 3347 Modifies definition of "person with mental illness" as used in civil commitment statutes.
    • HB 3427 Prohibits insurers from reducing reimbursement paid to health care providers by more than five percent for more than two consecutive years, and prohibits further reductions without approval of Department of Consumer and Business Services.

    • Note Change: HB 3178 has been added for a Public Hearing.
Higher Education, Innovation, and Workforce Development
3/30/2015 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
  • Work Session
    • HB 2011 Expands allowable purposes for establishing individual development account.
    • HB 2662 Establishes Pay It Forward program.
    • HB 2670 Allows in-state tuition in certain circumstances for individuals who resided in Oregon but relocated due to position in military, government or humanitarian aid organization.
    • HB 3335 Requires public universities to work with Higher Education Coordinating Commission to establish General Education Credential for students who complete lower division graduation credits but do not complete course credits required for bachelor's degree.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3237 Requires governing boards of public universities to include graduate student employee and undergraduate student as voting members.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2561 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to evaluate best method for overseeing public universities to ensure universities interview at least one minority applicant when hiring head coach or athletic director.
    • HB 2569 Extends sunset for tax credit for university venture development fund contributions.
    • HB 2973 Establishes Affordable Baccalaureate Degree Act.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3049 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to develop plan for public universities to have ratio of at least 7 to 1 of public employees to supervisory employees.
Human Services and Housing
    • Testimony is limited 2-3 min
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2706 Prohibits juvenile detention facility from imposing isolation upon detained juvenile except under specified circumstances.
    • HB 3016 Modifies provisions of capital gains exemption for amounts received for sale of manufactured dwelling park.
  • Possible Reconsideration and Work Session
    • HB 2219 Requires Department of Human Services to convene work group to study consolidation of application processes for human and social services and to report recommendation to Legislative Assembly.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2414 Permits parents or guardians of minor adoptees or minor genetic siblings of adoptees to use and register with voluntary adoption registries.
    • HB 2473 Authorizes State Board of Licensed Social Workers to adopt rules providing for temporary licensure, certification and registration related to practice of social work.
    • HB 2694 Allows regulated social worker employed by Department of Human Services to report suspected animal abuse or neglect involving animal or person social worker comes into contact with while acting as employee of department.

    • Note Change: HB 2219 has been added to the agenda
    • Testimony is limited 2-3 min
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Oregon State Lottery
      Jack Roberts, Director, Oregon State Lottery
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2959 Requires Housing and Community Services Department to dedicate and use portion of moneys deposited in certain housing accounts from County Assessment and Taxation Fund for benefit of county from which fees deposited into fund were charged and collected.
    • HB 3316 Deems establishment of lottery game retailer or applicant to be casino when 50 percent or more of annual net income of establishment is, or is projected to be, derived from sale of tickets or shares in lottery games.
    • HB 3317 Directs Oregon State Lottery Commission, in coordination with Oregon Liquor Control Commission, to report biennially on distribution and concentration of video lottery game terminals in relation to socioeconomic status of neighborhoods or communities in which premises of video lottery retailers are located.
    • HB 3318 Establishes Oregon State Lottery Responsible Gaming Code of Practices.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2564 Repeals law that prevents local governments from imposing conditions on approved permits that effectively establish sales price for residential development or limit purchase to class or group of purchasers.

    • Note Change: HB 2564 has been added for work session.
    • Testimony is limited 2-3 min
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2195 Directs county to use proceeds acquired by foreclosure of delinquent tax liens or in exchange for land originally acquired by foreclosure of delinquent tax liens to provide low income housing, social services or child care services.
    • HB 3292 Requires Oregon Health Authority to identify duties that tourist facility landlord may contractually delegate to tenant renting or leasing tourist facility for certain purposes.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2194 Creates general assistance pilot project administered by Department of Human Services.
    • HB 2889 Requires Department of Human Services, child-caring agency and foster home to ensure child receiving care or services from department, agency or home establishes savings account in child's name for child's sole use and benefit upon child reaching 12 years of age.
    • HB 2890 Requires Department of Human Services, child-caring agency and foster home to ensure provision of minimum of one extracurricular activity, where available at school or in community, to child receiving care or services from department, agency or home.
    • Testimony is limited 2-3 min
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2547 Requires housing with services facility to register with Housing and Community Services Department.
    • HB 2756 Requires licensing agency to adopt rules to ensure that caregivers in licensed residential facilities and adult foster homes have practical knowledge and skills necessary to maintain health, safety and welfare of residents.
    • HB 3148 Creates Wildfire Damage Housing Relief Account within Oregon Housing Fund.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2068 Increases amount of earned income credit allowed to personal income taxpayer to equal that allowed as federal credit, if taxpayer has dependent under age of three.
    • HB 2113 Extends sunset for tax credit for contributions to Office of Child Care.
    • HB 2115 Extends sunset for tax credit for working family child care.
    • HB 2116 Extends sunset for tax credit for employment-related household services and dependent care expenses.
    • HB 2119 Extends sunset for additional personal exemption credit for taxpayer with severe disability.
    • HB 2122 Extends sunset for tax credit for child with disability.
Judiciary

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: hjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Work Session
    • HB 2382 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/26/15 AGENDA: Authorizes court to determine fitness to proceed in probation violation proceedings.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2002 Requires Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to establish independent procedures for receiving and recording profiling complaints.
    • HB 3017 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on mental health courts and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2016.
    • HB 3070 Specifies that reduction of period of supervision for certain convicted persons applies to probation or local control post-prison supervision.

    • Note Change: HB 2382 has been carried over from the 3/26/15 agenda.

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: hjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2314 Deletes requirement that Oregon Youth Authority make progress reports to Legislative Assembly.
    • HB 2932 Establishes State Police Patrol Fund, separate and distinct from General Fund.
    • HB 3175 Establishes Task Force on Safety of Police Officers to study officer safety.
    • HB 3399 Requires justice court or municipal court to record criminal proceedings.
    • HB 3503 Directs Department of Corrections to establish Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program in partnership with circuit courts, county community corrections agencies and Department of Human Services.

    • Note Change: HB 3503 has been added.

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: hjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2317 Extends statute of limitations from 10 years to 12 years for action for recovery of real property or for recovery of possession of real property.
    • HB 2025 Allows persons authorized to engage in medical use of marijuana to continue to use medical marijuana while participating in driving while under influence of intoxicants diversion agreement.
    • HB 3170 Allows for blood to be taken to determine presence of controlled substances for purpose of Motorist Implied Consent Law.
    • HB 3233 Authorizes court to shorten amount of time that person's driving privileges are revoked following third or subsequent conviction of felony driving while under influence or of driving while under influence of intoxicants.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2660 Provides court discretion to order person participating in driving while under influence of intoxicants diversion agreement to install ignition interlock device if person submitted to chemical test of person's breath or blood and test disclosed blood alcohol content below 0.10 percent by weight.

    • Please note updated committee email address for submitting testimony: hjud.exhibits@state.or.us
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2557 Creates process by which person found guilty except for insanity can apply to court for order setting aside judgment of guilty except for insanity.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2341 Authorizes court to order defendant to pay extradition costs when defendant is found in violation of probation.
    • HB 2349 Requires petition for appointment of professional fiduciary to include information regarding investment credentials, licensing, compensation and method for assessing or charging compensation.
    • HB 2392 Requires Department of Human Services to issue specified types of public assistance through electronic benefits transfer card.
    • HB 2393 Requires Oregon State Lottery to hold lottery prize in excess of $600 that is owed to person that has not repaid overpayment of public assistance or medical assistance benefits.
    • HB 2394 Requires Director of Oregon State Lottery to provide information about lottery prize recipient to Department of Human Services within seven days after paying lottery prize of $1,000 or more.
    • HB 3156 Changes circumstances under which enforcement of child support order may be suspended.
    • HB 3157 Repeals outdated law regarding enforceability of child support judgments.
    • HB 3159 Creates debt in favor of state for dishonored checks for support that are presented by third party on behalf of obligor or withholder.
    • HB 3206 Permits any person convicted of offense with relevant DNA evidence to file motion for DNA testing.

    • Note Change: HB 3206 has been added.
Revenue
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2455 (Carried Over from 2-26-2015 Meeting) Extends privilege taxes on merchantable forest products harvested on forestlands.
    • HB 2940 Requires certain information regarding businesses that are allowed property tax exemptions to be submitted to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for posting on Oregon transparency website and to Oregon Business Development Department for reporting during odd-year regular sessions to House and Senate committees related to revenue.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Interagency Compliance Network Report
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3034 Provides exemption for property of nonprofit corporation that provides health services occupied or used to provide health services to acutely ill patients or accident victims.
    • HB 3172 Directs Department of Revenue to suspend collection of unpaid tax from elderly taxpayer, if certain conditions exist.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2131 Pledges revenues from ad valorem property taxes as security for general obligation indebtedness of public bodies.
    • HB 2148 Exempts from state and local property taxes and fees, charges and assessments related to property taxation permanent improvements located on federal land held in trust for federally recognized Indian tribe or tribe member.

    • Note: HB 2131 and HB 2148 Work Sessions have been added.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3246 Grants exemption to certain improvements that increase energy efficiency of property or reduce greenhouse gas emissions from property.
    • HB 3125 Exempts from property taxation qualified machinery and equipment used to process grains, bakery products, milk and eggs.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2128 Provides that ad valorem property taxes assessed on real property held by taxable person under lease from tax-exempt owner are personal liability of taxable person.
    • HB 2127 Requires agent providing closing and settlement services in conveyance of real property to tax-exempt government transferee to withhold and pay to county in which real property is located property taxes on real property outstanding as of date of conveyance.
    • HB 2129 Allows taxpayer to petition for reduction of maximum assessed value upon demonstrating that new property or new improvements to property added to tax roll in prior tax year did not exist.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2099 Modifies list of jurisdictions of incorporation for which income must be included on Oregon corporate excise tax return, if corporation is member of unitary group with Oregon corporation.
    • HB 2752 Increases maximum amount of corporate excise tax credit allowed for qualified research activities.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3001 Allows application for determination of real market value and assessed value of property destroyed or damaged between January 1 and July 1 to be filed on or before December 31.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2074 Expands definition of tobacco products for purpose of taxation to include electronic cigarettes and nicotine solution.
    • HB 2134 Expands definition of "tobacco products" for purpose of taxation to include electronic cigarettes and nicotine solution.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2447 Extends sunset for tax credit for alternative energy devices.
    • HB 2448 Extends sunset for tax credit for energy conservation projects.
    • HB 2494 Directs Legislative Revenue Officer, at request of at least two members of legislative committee, including at least one member from each major political party, to prepare economic impact statement on measure scheduled for hearing or work session before committee.
Rules
  • Public Hearing
    • HJR 29 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution establishing Independent Redistricting Commission to adopt redistricting plans for state Senate, state House of Representatives and United States House of Representatives.
    • HB 3332 Requires business entity that intends to make political expenditure to first obtain approval from shareholders or members by affirmative vote of majority of members or shares entitled to vote.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2208 Adds civil code enforcement officers to public officials who may request exemption from required disclosure under public records law of specified personal information.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • HJM 2 Urges Congress to call amendment convention for purpose of proposing free and fair elections amendment to United States Constitution.
    • HJM 4 Urges Congress to call convention for purpose of proposing amendments to United States Constitution consistent with principles that corporations are not people and money is not speech.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Rural Communities, Land Use, and Water
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3217 Requires Department of State Lands to adopt pilot program for providing general authorization for voluntary stream restoration and beaver recovery through construction of artificial beaver dams.
    • HB 2723 Authorizes county or city to designate any urbanized area of county or city as urban agriculture incentive zone.
    • HB 3444 Requires United States to extinguish title to public lands and transfer title to public lands to state on or before December 13, 2018.
    • HJM 13 Urges President and Congress to transfer title of certain federal public lands to State of Oregon.
    • HB 3457 Creates income tax credit for investment in business that hires employees in rural area.
    • HB 3240 Establishes Task Force on the Transfer of Federal Land Ownership in Oregon.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2652 Amends definition of "rural area" to mean area outside urban growth boundary of city of 40,000 or more, as boundary is acknowledged on date on which application is submitted for strategic investment program.

    • Please Note: HB 3224 has been removed.
Transportation and Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3255 Creates offense of failure of bicycle operator to wear reflective clothing.
    • SB 533 Permits bicyclist or motorcyclist to proceed at stop light under certain conditions.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2621 Authorizes City of Portland to operate photo radar on urban high crash corridors.
    • HB 3035 Allows increased use of flashing lights in certain school zones.
    • HJM 5 Urges Congress to reauthorize Build America Bonds program to allow states and local governments to finance infrastructure in most efficient manner.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Status Report on Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs
      -McGregor Lynde, Manager, Active Transportation Section, ODOT
      -Jerri Bohard, Administrator, Transportation Development Division, ODOT
      -Jenna Stanke Marmon, Chair, Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
      -Scott Bricker, Executive Director, America Walks
      -Gerik Kransky, Advocacy Director, Bicycle Transportation Alliance
    • Please note, an Informational Meeting regarding the Status Report on Bicycles has been added as well as a work session for HJM5
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2459 Increases certain fees related to registering and titling boats, floating homes and boathouses.
    • HB 2630 Requires Oregon Business Development Commission and Oregon Business Development Department to ensure that agreement with recipient of financial incentives made by department establishes specific job creation or job retention performance measures which, if not achieved, will result in requirement that recipient pay back amount of financial incentives granted, and is drafted in accordance with best practice standards for contractual agreements involving financial incentives.
    • HB 3401 Requires Department of Transportation to study options for improving on-time performance of passenger trains and freight trains.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Highway Cost Allocation Study, Efficient Fee, Carbon Tax and Transportation
      Carl Batten, EcoNorthwest
      Matthew Kitchen, EcoNorthwest
      Jeff Renfro, Portland State University Northwest Economic Research Center
      Mark McMullen, State Economist
      Don Negri, Willamette University
      Mazen Malik, Legislative Revenue Office
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3094 Increases speed limit to 75 miles per hour for certain vehicles on interstate highways.
    • HB 3402 Increases speed limit for certain vehicles on specified portions of certain highways.
    • HB 3414 Requires certain persons to not drive in far left lane unless passing.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2625 Creates offense of unlawful parking in space reserved for alternative fuel vehicle refueling.
    • HB 3011 Allows dispensary for Class 1 flammable liquids located in low-population area to permit self-dispensing of liquids when no owner, operator or employee of dispensary is present.
    • HB 3193 Increases license tax on leaded aircraft fuel.
    • HB 3256 Establishes Infrastructure Matching Fund to allow Department of Transportation to provide grants for transportation projects.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3405 Requires Governor to consult with Metro before appointing director to governing board of mass transit district in metropolitan statistical area with population exceeding 400,000.
    • HB 2748 Establishes Infrastructure Innovation Oregon as public advisory agency responsible for developing policy and programs in area of performance-based public infrastructure projects and providing consultation and services to units of government with respect to public infrastructure projects.
    • HB 2237 Requires transportation network company to maintain insurance policy to cover private passenger motor vehicle when vehicle's registered owner or designated operator actively participates as driver with transportation network company.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3354 Establishes Task Force on Innovative Housing Strategies for Veterans.
    • HB 2899 Allocates lottery moneys to further economic development by assisting veterans to apply for federal and state veterans' benefits and aid.
    • HB 3386 Establishes Oregon Public Utility Homeland Security Commission.
  • Work Session
    • HCR 1 Recognizes and honors Lance Corporal Joseph E. Rodewald (1988-2010) for his service to his country.
    • HCR 2 Recognizes and honors Corporal Kory Wiens (1986-2007) and military working dog, Cooper, for their service to this state.
    • HCR 3 Recognizes and honors Sergeant Ian M. Tawney (1984-2010) for his service to his country.
    • HJM 9 Urges Congress to recognize presumption of service connection for Blue Water Vietnam War veterans exposed to Agent Orange.
    • HB 3479 Creates position of Oregon Women Veterans Coordinator in Department of Veterans' Affairs and specifies responsibilities.
    • HB 3303 Permits Oregon Business Development Department to certify business that service-disabled veteran owns as disadvantaged business enterprise that is eligible for certain preferences in public contracting.
    • Note Change: HB 3303 has been added to the agenda. HJM 3 has been removed from the agenda. HB 3354 has been carried over from the March 26th meeting and added to this agenda.
Joint
Implementing Measure 91
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3400 Directs Oregon Health Authority to develop and maintain database of information related to producing and processing of marijuana by persons responsible for marijuana grow sites under Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.
    • SB 936 Makes changes to law providing for registration of marijuana grow sites under Oregon Medical Marijuana Act.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 844 Specifies that premises licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission may receive marijuana items only from marijuana producer, marijuana processor or marijuana wholesaler operating as business at licensed premises.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3400 Directs Oregon Health Authority to develop and maintain database of information related to producing and processing of marijuana by persons responsible for marijuana grow sites under Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.
    • SB 936 Makes changes to law providing for registration of marijuana grow sites under Oregon Medical Marijuana Act.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 844 Specifies that premises licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission may receive marijuana items only from marijuana producer, marijuana processor or marijuana wholesaler operating as business at licensed premises.
Oregon State Capitol Foundation

    • This is a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Oregon State Capitol Foundation.

    • Welcome (Fred Neal)

    • Approval of minutes from January & February

    • Review of Financial Statements (Gerry Thompson/Nick Herrera)

    • Audit Update (Joan Plank)

    • Committee Updates
      Communications (Ed Schoaps)
      Action - Graphics and Printing Contract
      Building (Gary Wilhelms/Kevin Hayden/Marina Cresswell)
      Development (Ginny Lang/Sharon Leighty)
      Special Events (Judy Hall/Juliene Popinga)
      History (Herb Colomb/Juliene Popinga)
      Action - Extension of Bucy contract
      Governance (Joan Plank/Sharon Leighty)
      Nominations (Gary Wilhelms)

    • Staff Update
      Dropbox
      Action - Dropbox update

    • Formulation of April 16 Foundation Agenda

    • Other Business

      Adjournment
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Education
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission with PUBLIC TESTIMONY focusing on the Opportunity Grant and the Equity Lens portions of the budget
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On General Government
3/30/2015 1:00 PM, H-170 - No Meeting Scheduled
    • No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5041 State Treasury with PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5021 Governor's Office with PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5509 Employment Relations Board with PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Human Services
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Oregon Health Authority
      Public Employees' Benefit Board
      Oregon Educators Benefit Board

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Oregon Health Authority
      Public Health

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY

    • SB 5527 Oregon Health Authority - fee ratification bill

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY

  • Work Session
    • Oregon Health Authority - federal grant application requests
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Oregon Health Authority
      Public Health

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY

    • SB 5527 Oregon Health Authority - fee ratification bill

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Oregon Health Authority
      Medical Assistance Programs, Public Employees' Benefit Board, Oregon Educators Benefit Board, Public Health

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY - Testimony may be limited to 2-3 minutes per person
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Information Technology
  • Informational Meeting
    • Oregon State Police - Information Technology Overview

      Oregon Department of Justice - Information Technology Overview
  • Informational Meeting
    • Oregon Department of Forestry - Information Technology Overview

      Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife - Information Technology Overview
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5511 Department of Fish and Wildlife

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5511 Department of Fish and Wildlife

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5511 Department of Fish and Wildlife

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5511 Department of Fish and Wildlife

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Public Safety
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5516 Department of Justice

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5531 Oregon State Police

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5531 Oregon State Police

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5531 Oregon State Police

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5040 Department of Transportation
      Public Testimony
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5012 Department of Consumer and Business Services

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5012 Department of Consumer and Business Services

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5012 Department of Consumer and Business Services
      Public Testimony