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Business and Transportation
  • Possible Reconsideration and Work Session
    • HB 2832 A Directs governing entity of public or private post-secondary institution of education that contracts with third party financial firm for student financial aid services to consider federal policies for contracting.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3274 A Directs Oregon Business Development Department to conduct study and submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than December 31, 2016, regarding methods to expand broadband and telecommunications infrastructure in rural cities and counties in Oregon.
    • HB 3455 A Increases membership of All-Terrain Vehicle Advisory Committee.
    • HB 3488 Exempts specified instruments that condition transfer of fee simple interest in real property from prohibition on fee, commission or other payment to declarant or other person upon transfer of interest in real property.
    • HB 3011 A Allows dispensary for Class 1 flammable liquids located in low-population county to permit self-dispensing of liquids when no owner, operator or employee of dispensary is present.
    • HB 2958 Provides that limited license that rental company obtains to sell insurance in connection with renting vehicles also extends to rental company's employees and designated agents.
    • HB 3414 A Requires certain persons to not drive in far left lane unless passing.
    • 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 3242 A Permits State Mortuary and Cemetery Board to grant temporary operating permit for cemetery without operating license to perform interment.
    • HB 3244 A Provides that borrower or borrower's agent may rely on lender's payoff statement for amount required to discharge mortgage or perform obligation necessary to request reconveyance of estate of real property described in trust deed until after lender delivers amended payoff statement.
    • HB 2567 A Allows direct purchase and sale of bulk distilled liquor between distillery licensees for blending and manufacturing purposes.
    • HB 3186 Deletes language prohibiting advertising or promoting outdoor mass gathering without permit.
    • HB 3031 A Requires caller that uses automatic dialing and announcing device in prerecorded or synthesized voice message that device plays to subscriber to provide method by which subscriber may enter single dual-tone multifrequency signal or enter or speak one-digit code to notify caller that subscriber does not want to receive future calls from caller.
    • HB 3056 A Specifies that crematorium may not be certified by State Mortuary and Cemetery Board if board determines that proposed crematorium presents danger to public health and safety as determined in consideration of standards for training and equipment used in practice of cremation that are based on national industry standards.
    • HB 3317 A Directs Oregon State Lottery Commission, in coordination with Oregon Liquor Control Commission, to submit report biennially on distribution and concentration of video lottery game terminals in relation to measures of socioeconomic status represented at census tract level of neighborhoods or communities in which premises of video lottery retailers are located.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2469 A Establishes requirements for certain insurers to conduct own risk and solvency assessment and to file report of assessment with Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • HB 3212 A Makes law or rule solely for purpose of regulating previously allowed farming practice land use regulation for purposes of certain land use laws.
    • HB 3318 A Establishes Oregon State Lottery Responsible Gambling Code of Practice.
    • HB 3062 Exempts prepaid transportation cards from Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act and related statutes.
    • HB 2281 A For purposes of per-mile road usage charge, makes issuance by Department of Transportation of emblem of exemption from motor vehicle fuel taxes permissive, removes exception to requirement that seller collect use fuel taxes on motor vehicle paying per-mile road usage charge and removes requirement that Department of Transportation round metered use of subject vehicle up to next whole mile.
    • HB 2465 A Modifies requirements related to school enrollment that person under 18 years of age must meet before being issued driving privileges.
    • HB 2941 A Authorizes electric company to offer residential electricity consumer rate option for electricity associated with specific energy resource.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2282 A Allows Department of Transportation to accept documents received electronically related to titling, registration, odometer disclosure and other activities.
    • HB 2375 A Requires state contracting agency to use solicitation template that Attorney General and Oregon Department of Administrative Services develop, approve and make available in advertising and soliciting procurements under Public Contracting Code and to use contract form or contract template, as appropriate, that Attorney General and department develop, approve and make available as basis for public contracts into which state contracting agency enters.
    • HB 2594 A Requires insurer of liable party to pay actual costs of emergency response by private emergency responders.
    • HB 2938 Prohibits city from requiring consent to annexation of landowner's property in exchange for city providing county service as agent of county.
    • HB 2559 A 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.
Education
  • Work Session
    • HB 2597 A Requires truancy notice to inform parent or person in parental relation of right to request evaluation for individualized education program or review of individualized education program.
    • HB 2611 A Requires universities with institutional governing boards to continue to participate in shared services relating to listed employee benefits and to collective bargaining until July 1, 2019.
    • HB 2661 Provides that school drills and instruction on safety threats include lockdown procedures.
    • HB 2762 A Requires school district to eliminate use of polystyrene foam plates, trays, food containers or food packaging in service of any meal unless school district recycles polystyrene foam.
    • HB 2927 A Increases amount transferred from State School Fund to High Cost Disabilities Account each fiscal year.
    • HB 3308 A Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to convene work group to analyze and make recommendations on how to address disparities in higher education among traditionally marginalized, underserved and underrepresented communities.

    • Note Change: The hearing time has been changed to 1 PM.

  • Work Session
    • HB 2561 A Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to work with representatives from public universities 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 2972 A Requires public school students seven years of age or younger who are beginning educational program to have dental screening.
    • HB 3039 A Allows district school board to enter into transactions that are expected to reduce cost to district for school facilities.
    • HB 3319 A Directs school districts to submit report to Department of Education on strategies and activities used to reduce dropout rates.
    • HB 3339 A Directs Secretary of State to conduct audit related to Teacher Standards and Practices Commission.
    • HB 3497 B Modifies method by which minimum amount distributed to education service districts is calculated.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2182 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to study developing predator management plan for State of Oregon and to report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly on or before September 15, 2016.
    • HB 3188 A Authorizes landowners who meet certain criteria to petition for formation of predator damage control district within county.
    • HB 3315 A Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to recoup costs incurred in providing services to executive department agencies for advancing administration of fee-funded programs.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2453 A Requires organizer to obtain permit from State Forestry Department prior to conducting large commercial event on state forestlands.
    • HB 2474 A 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 2475 Authorizes Oregon State Veterinary Medical Examining Board to impose $100 fine on individual regulated by board who commits administrative or clerical violation that does not create risk of harm to public.
    • HB 2910 Repeals obsolete laws relating to agricultural experiment stations.
    • HB 3068 A Directs Department of Environmental Quality to conduct study and develop recommendations for legislation to reduce woodstove smoke.
    • HB 3217 A 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 3367 Authorizes local government to conditionally approve establishment of recreational trails on land zoned for exclusive farm use.
    • HB 3382 Extends sunset from January 2, 2019, to July 1, 2019, for law imposing general prohibition on growing of canola in Willamette Valley Protected District.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2830 A Modifies time period for local government to take action on application for permit, limited land use decision or zone change after remand based on final order of Land Use Board of Appeals.
    • HB 2831 Modifies authority to use property line adjustments in resource zones.
    • HB 3050 Modifies requirements for composition of boards of directors of regional air quality control authorities.
    • HB 3214 A Directs Land Conservation and Development Commission to adopt or amend rules related to statewide planning goals to allow local government to rezone land for certain purposes.
    • HB 3478 A Phases in prohibition on manufacture and sale of personal care products and over-the-counter drugs that contain synthetic plastic microbeads.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2034 Removes State Parks and Recreation Department's authorization to exercise power of eminent domain over certain land situated within boundaries of Willamette River Greenway.
    • HB 2277 A Modifies authority of drainage districts to perform flood control activity.
    • HB 2463 A Authorizes Department of State Lands to seize abandoned structures and derelict structures on, under or over state-owned submerged and submersible lands.
    • HB 2509 A Requires State Department of Agriculture to provide mediation program services when person has reasonable belief that planting, growing or harvesting of agricultural or horticultural commodity on nearby land might interfere or is interfering with farming practices.
    • HB 2723 A Authorizes county or city to designate any urbanized area of county or city as urban agriculture incentive zone.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2501 Requires that annual report by State Forester to Emergency Board include private property loss information for fires of 1,000 acres or more.
Finance and Revenue
    • Please Note Different Time ADDED: HB 2492 A
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 80 Clarifies that governing boards of universities with governing board are included in list of entities that must continue to provide and improve upon effective articulation and transfer framework for students in Oregon's post-secondary sectors.
    • HB 2130 A Authorizes governing bodies to adopt reasonable maximum periods for holding property for development as low income rental housing, additional criteria for exemption of low income rental housing and additional provisions of low income rental housing program that do not conflict with statutory criteria .
    • HB 2492 A Authorizes issuance of pass-through revenue bonds for projects outside this state.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2486 A Removes statutory provisions relating to categorization of property tax revenue under Ballot Measure 5 (1990) that were held unconstitutional by Oregon courts.
    • Please Note Different Time
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 415 A Prohibits distributing, selling or allowing to be sold flavored tobacco products in this state.
Health Care
  • Work Session
    • HB 2023 A Specifies requirements for hospital policies for discharge planning involving patient who is hospitalized for mental health treatment.
    • HB 2028 A Permits pharmacists to engage in practice of clinical pharmacy and provide patient care services to patients.
    • HB 2638 Permits medical assistance recipients and coordinated care organizations to use Oregon Prescription Drug Program.
    • HB 2758 A Prohibits carrier or third party administrator from disclosing to persons, other than enrollee who receives health services, protected health information relating to services provided to enrollee.
    • HB 3343 A Requires insurers that cover prescription contraceptives to cover refills at specified frequency.
    • HB 2876 A Prohibits health care facility from allowing person without certain qualifications to practice surgical technology.
    • HB 2948 A Specifies additional conditions under which protected health information may be disclosed by health care provider that do not subject health care provider to civil liability.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3530 A Prohibits specified terms imposed on vision care provider by vision care insurance or vision care discount card.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Alzheimer's State Plan
      Invited Testimony only


      Jason Hess, CEO, Elite Care
      Larisa Kofman, JD, Public Policy Director, Alzheimer’s Association Oregon Chapter
      Marya Kain MS, CMC, Caregiver
      Mike McCormick, Aging and People with Disabilities Director, Department of Human Services
      Fred Steele, MPH, JD, State Legal Services Developer, Department of Human Services
      Allison Lindauer, NP, PhD, Assistant Professor, Layton Aging and Alzheimer's
      Disease Center, Oregon Health and Sciences University
  • Work Session
    • HB 2024 A Directs Oregon Health Authority, in consultation with coordinated care organizations and dental care organizations in this state, to certify certain health workers to provide early childhood basic preventive dental services.
    • HB 2306 Authorizes Oregon Health Authority to limit providers from which medical assistance recipient may obtain prescription drugs if recipient meets specified criteria.
    • HB 2696 A Specifies requirements for external quality reviews of coordinated care organizations by Oregon Health Authority.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2300 A Creates method by which health care practitioner may offer to treat patient who has terminal disease with investigational product not approved by United States Food and Drug Administration.
    • HB 2466 A Modifies requirements for health insurance consistent with federal law.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2541 A Requires physician, physician assistant or individual licensed to practice nursing, in specified numbers, to be present at blood drives.
Human Services and Early Childhood
  • Work Session
    • HB 2889 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21/15 AGENDA: Requires Department of Human Services, child-caring agency and foster home to ensure child receiving care or services from department, agency or home for at least six consecutive months is entitled to establish savings account in child's name for child's sole use and benefit upon child reaching 12 years of age.
    • HB 2890 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21/15 AGENDA: Requires Department of Human Services to ensure that substitute care providers for child or ward in care or custody of department provide opportunities to participate in at least one extracurricular activity and apply reasonable and prudent parent standard in determining participation.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3494 A Prohibits declawing or devocalizing of animal unless procedure is performed by licensed veterinarian under certain conditions.


    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • Please Note: HB 3323 has been added to the agenda for public hearing and work session.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2564 A Permits local governments to impose conditions on approved permits that effectively establish sales price for up to 30 percent of residential development or limit purchase to class or group of purchasers in exchange for one or more developer incentives.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3243 A Permits funeral establishment to take custody of unclaimed body of indigent person.
    • HB 3323 A Authorizes type B area agency that serves population of 650,000 or more persons to investigate suspected abuse and to bring civil action against person who engages in abuse of vulnerable person.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2354 A Changes defined term "drone" to "unmanned aircraft system.".
    • HB 2361 A Prohibits court from charging or collecting fee for filing of objections or motions by office of Long Term Care Ombudsman or specified system .
    • HB 2644 Provides that public body and its officers, employees and agents are not immune from liability for wrongful death of person who is covered by workers' compensation law if death occurred in course and scope of decedent's employment, death occurred as result of conduct of another person who is subsequently convicted of murder or found guilty except for insanity of murder and decedent was not employed by public body at time of death.
    • HB 3371 A Prohibits retaliation against student of education program who makes good faith report regarding possible violation of state or federal law, rule or regulation.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2349 A Requires petition for appointment of professional fiduciary to include information regarding investment credentials, licensing, fees, method for assessing or charging fees and acknowledgment that professional fiduciary will make all investments of client assets in accordance with certain investment standards.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2317 A Extends statute of limitations of certain sex crimes from six to 12 years after commission of crime or, if victim was under 18 years of age, anytime before victim attains 30 years of age.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2357 A Modifies certain law enforcement defenses applicable to certain firearms-related crimes.
    • HB 3093 A Provides persons licensed to carry concealed handgun in another state with protections provided to persons with Oregon concealed handgun license if other state recognizes Oregon concealed handgun licenses and requires handgun competency to obtain license that is similar to requirement in Oregon.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3015 Adds options for name after marriage or after entering into registered domestic partnership.
    • HB 3236 A Limits enforceability of noncompetition agreement to 18 months.
    • HB 3399 A Requires justice court or municipal court to record criminal proceedings.
    • HB 3452 A Provides that contract to allow use of property or facilities by nonprofit organization providing services to youths or by educational provider may not require individual participant to indemnify property owner for damages not caused by individual participant.
    • HB 3498 A Provides that applicant for registration by State Marine Board as outfitter and guide may not have been convicted of certain offenses preceding application.
    • HB 3524 A Requires state, when selling or disposing of real property, to grant right of first refusal to developers of affordable housing.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2333 Clarifies that certain statutes of limitation are tolled if person entitled to bring action is child or is insane.
    • HB 2365 A Updates and revises adoption and readoption laws to provide clarification and consistency.
    • HB 2366 A Modifies filing, motion and certificate fees in adoption proceedings.
    • HB 3164 A Specifies conditions under which farm implement supplier has good cause to terminate, cancel or not renew retailer agreement, or to cause change in competitive circumstances for retailer.
    • HB 3347 A Modifies definition of "person with mental illness" as used in civil commitment statutes.
    • Note Change: HB 3399 A has been added for Public Hearing and Work Session, while HB 2333, HB 3164 A, and HB 3347 A have been added for Work Sessions.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2225 A Authorizes circuit court judge to authorize execution of search warrant outside judicial district of court for search related to certain offenses involving victim 65 years of age or older.
    • HB 2227 Exempts from definition of "sexual abuse" consensual sexual contact between elderly person and facility employee who is also spouse of elderly person.
    • HB 3206 A Permits any person convicted of aggravated murder or felony with relevant DNA evidence to file motion for DNA testing.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2845 A Establishes conditions under which person may sell guaranteed asset protection waiver in connection with sale or lease of motor vehicle.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2310 A Allows Department of Corrections inmates to receive credit for time served for presentence incarceration after arrest for certain crimes related to sentencing crime.
    • HB 3365 A Modifies crime of displaying obscene materials to minors.
    • Note Change: HB 3365 A has been added to this agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2313 A Prohibits person under 21 years of age from attempting to purchase, purchasing or acquiring marijuana items, and from entering portion of licensed premises where such persons are prohibited.
    • HB 2704 A Creates exemption to prohibition on recording conversations for person openly recording law enforcement officer while officer is performing official duties in public place.
    • HB 3469 Increases penalty for crime of strangulation when committed knowing victim was pregnant.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2571 A Requires law enforcement agency to establish policies and procedures for use and retention of recordings from cameras worn upon police officer's person to record officer's interactions with members of public.
    • HB 3040 A Directs Oregon Law Commission to study and make recommendations for changes to law relating to hearsay in criminal actions involving sex trafficking.
    • HB 3365 A Modifies crime of displaying obscene materials to minors.
    • HB 3468 Adds threatening to cause physical injury to animal to induce other person to engage in conduct as manner of committing crime of coercion.
    • Note Change: HB 2313 A, HB 2704 A, and HB 3469 have been added for Public Hearings and Work Sessions, while HB 2571 A, HB 3040 A, HB 3365 A, and HB 3468 have been added for Work Sessions.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Rules
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 15 Declares that lobby message center in Oregon State Capitol shall be known as David S. Barrows Lobby Center.
  • Public Hearing
    • SJR 6 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to modify maximum number of calendar days of regular sessions of Legislative Assembly.
    • SJR 8 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to limit types of legislative measures that Legislative Assembly may enact during even-numbered year regular session, unless passed by two-thirds vote of each house of Legislative Assembly.
  • Work Session
    • SB 214 CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Makes calculation of aggregate days membership for kindergarten students contingent on early reading program.
    • SB 215 CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Removes sunset on Oregon Education Investment Board.
    • SB 217 CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Repeals statutory requirements related to specific strategic education investments.
    • SB 832 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Requires Oregon Health Authority to prescribe by rule standards for integrating mental health and physical health services in coordinated care organizations .

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Work Session
    • HJM 14 A Urges Congress to support efforts to improve access to health care for veterans in rural areas.
    • HJM 18 Urges Congress to change funding of veterans' health care from discretionary entitlement to permanent and direct entitlement.

    • Please note change: House Joint Memorial 3 has been removed from the agenda.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Workforce
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3303 A Permits Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity to certify business that service-disabled veteran owns as disadvantaged business enterprise that is eligible for certain preferences in public contracting.
    • HB 3248 A Requires public agency that terminates contract with qualified nonprofit agency for individuals with disabilities to provide in new contract with second qualified nonprofit agency for individuals with disabilities that second qualified nonprofit agency for individuals with disabilities must, for period of 90 days after date of new contract, offer employment to individuals with disabilities who performed work under contract that public agency terminated.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2764 A Modifies circumstances under which attorney fees may be awarded and amount of attorney fees awarded in workers' compensation claims.

    • Note Change: HB 3058 A has been removed from the agenda.
  • Informational Meeting

    • Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

      Please Note: This meeting is for invited testimony only.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3025 A Establishes unlawful employment practice of inquiring into or considering applicant's conviction history on application form or prior to interview or, if no interview is conducted, prior to conditional offer of employment.
    • HB 2544 Requires issue subject to collective bargaining during term of collective bargaining agreement that is not resolved through negotiation or mediation to be resolved through binding arbitration.
    • HB 3058 A Permits certain Public Employee Retirement System members who are retired to be employed by school district or education service district as teachers of career and technical education without loss of retirement benefits.
  • Possible Reconsideration and Work Session
    • HB 2472 A Modifies authority of State Mortuary and Cemetery Board to conduct investigations of premises and records of facilities that provide services related to final disposition of human remains.

    • Note Change: HB 2472 A has been added to the agenda.
  • Informational Meeting

    • Prevailing Wage

      Please Note: This meeting is for invited testimony only.
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Work Session
    • SB 209 Makes Invasive Species Council appointment of State Invasive Species Coordinator mandatory.
    • SB 248 Authorizes State Forester to enter into and administer contracts for activities necessary or convenient for sales of timber from lands owned or managed by State Board of Forestry or State Forestry Department.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 881 Provides that seed not intended for planting but remaining capable of germination is agricultural hemp seed.
    • SB 361 A Modifies provisions relating to procedure for consideration of application for operating permit for surface mining.

    • Note change: SB 248 has been added.
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 370 A Provides that certain death benefits available to members of Public Employees Retirement System and other public employer retirement plans may be paid to former spouse and dependent child as provided in judgment of annulment or dissolution of marriage or of separation.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 470 A For purposes of unemployment insurance benefits , provides that certain individuals who perform services in other than instructional, research or principal administrative capacity for educational institutions and who terminate employee-employer relationship for good cause do not have reasonable assurance of performing services for that employer in subsequent academic year or term.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 552 A Establishes certain workplace protections for domestic workers.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 580 A Allows State Landscape Contractors Board to assess arbitration or contested case proceeding costs to person requesting that claim filed against board licensee be resolved through arbitration or contested case proceeding.
  • Work Session
    • SB 937 Prohibits retail sale of granulated alcohol.
    • SB 272 Makes changes to provisions of law regulating accountants.
    • SB 138 A Allows brewery-public house licensee to distribute malt beverages manufactured by licensee for delivery to other premises having same owner, for export or for delivery to wholesale purchasers.
    • SB 582 A Removes requirement that credit union apply and pay fee to Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services in order to open additional places of business.
    • SB 491 A Directs Oregon Department of Administrative Services to establish training program and specifies elements that program must include.

    • Note Change: SB 580 Public Hearing and Possible Work Session added to agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 237 Clarifies authority of certain designees of Oregon State Athletic Commission in conduct of boxing and mixed martial arts events.
    • SB 488 A Establishes uniform standards for hand dryers installed in public restrooms, including standards that impose limit on decibel level of operating hand dryer.
    • SB 713 A Prohibits motor vehicle manufacturer, distributor or importer from requiring dealer to advertise, promote, offer or sell extended service contracts, extended maintenance plans or similar products or services that manufacturer, distributor or importer provides, originates, sponsors or endorses.
    • SB 879 A Exempts attorney who negotiates terms of residential mortgage loan in attorney's representation of client that buys or sells dwelling unit from requirement to obtain mortgage loan originator's license in order to perform activities of mortgage loan originator.
    • SB 934 A Makes limitation on state liability for nonproperty claims applicable to State Fair Council.
  • Work Session
    • SB 140 Extends sunset date for Oregon Broadband Advisory Council.
    • SB 574 A Requires person providing restoration work on residential or small commercial structure following man-made or natural disaster to have appropriate license endorsement issued by Construction Contractors Board.
5/29/2015 8:00 AM, HR E - No Meeting Scheduled
    • No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 380 A Makes certain actions based on complaints filed with Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries discretionary on part of commissioner.
  • Work Session
    • SB 137 A Changes definition of public works for purpose of applying prevailing rate of wage to include project that uses $750,000 or more of funds of public agency for constructing, reconstructing, painting or performing major renovation on road, highway, building, structure or improvement of any type.
    • SB 297 A Revises qualifications for registration to practice professional engineering, land surveying or photogrammetric mapping.
    • SB 462 A Provides that record is effective as financing statement if record satisfies requirements for financing statement and sufficiently provides name of debtor.
    • SB 470 A For purposes of unemployment insurance benefits , provides that certain individuals who perform services in other than instructional, research or principal administrative capacity for educational institutions and who terminate employee-employer relationship for good cause do not have reasonable assurance of performing services for that employer in subsequent academic year or term.
    • SB 578 Permits insurer, under specified conditions, to post insurance policy and endorsements on insurer's website in lieu of mailing or delivering insurance policy and endorsements to insured.
    • SB 580 A Allows State Landscape Contractors Board to assess arbitration or contested case proceeding costs to person requesting that claim filed against board licensee be resolved through arbitration or contested case proceeding.
    • SB 583 A Allows brewery-public house licensee to also hold interest in off-premises sales licensee.
    • SB 699 Broadens exemption to provisions regulating cosmetology disciplines for persons who prepare individual's hair solely for professional photograph or theatrical performance.
    • SB 715 Permits travel retailers that are not licensed insurance producers to offer travel insurance at direction of licensed insurance producers, subject to certain restrictions.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Consumer Protection and Government Effectiveness
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 341 A Provides that agri-tourism professional is not liable for injury to or death of participant arising out of inherent risks of agri-tourism if agri-tourism professional posts certain notices.
  • Work Session
    • SB 358 Modifies time within which state agency that adopts rule must submit copy of adopted rule to Legislative Counsel for review.
    • SB 515 A Requires provision of method for users to offer suggestions on form and content of Oregon transparency website.
    • SB 675 A Removes requirement that bidder or proposer for public contract with local contracting agency demonstrate responsibility by submitting signed affidavit that attests that bidder or proposer complied with tax laws of this state.
    • SB 922 A Exempts from certain regulations legal access provider that charges fee to customer for purpose of providing customer with access to legal consultations and other legal services and that pays administration fee to attorney.
5/28/2015 1:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled

    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3551 Requires vehicle repair shop to display sign that advises customer of certain rights.
  • Work Session
    • SB 250 Repeals outdated statutes.
    • SB 341 A Provides that agri-tourism professional is not liable for injury to or death of participant arising out of inherent risks of agri-tourism if agri-tourism professional posts certain notices.
    • SB 383 A Modifies pleading requirements for claims against design professionals.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Education
5/22/2015 1:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled

    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Senate Bill 214 Update
      Rob Saxton, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction
      Dan Goldman, Superintendent, Hood River School District
      Karen Twain, Early Literacy Specialist, Oregon Department of Education

      Senate Bill 217 Update
      Cindy Hunt, Oregon Department of Education
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 187 A Establishes Oregon Student Information Protection Act.
    • SB 820 A Allows public charter school to implement weighted lottery for students who are historically underserved .
  • Work Session
    • SB 216 A Allows education service districts to receive funding from Department of Education to accomplish purposes of Network of Quality Teaching and Learning.
    • SB 709 A Modifies provisions that allow students who are not residents of school district to attend school of school district when school district and resident school district give consent.
5/29/2015 1:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled

    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Student Mental Health
      Speaker(s) to be determinded

      Senate Bill 322/5th year Programs
      Sen. Mark Hass, Senate District 14
      Rep. Mark Johnson, House District 52
      Additional Speaker(s) to be determinded
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Introduction of Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction Candidate
      Lindsey Capps, Education Policy Advisor, Office of Governor Kate Brown
      Salam Noor, Candidate

      Non-profit programs
      Speaker(s) to be determinded
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 187 A Establishes Oregon Student Information Protection Act.
    • SB 820 A Allows public charter school to implement weighted lottery for students who are historically underserved.
6/5/2015 1:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled

    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
Energy and Environment
5/26/2015 3:00 PM, HR D - Meeting Cancelled
  • Work Session
    • SB 412 A Identifies upland placement of dredged material by port district as productive use of solid waste for Environmental Quality Commission rules.
    • SB 752 Conditionally exempts from regulation under certain air pollution laws carbon dioxide emissions from combustion or decomposition of biomass.
    • SB 829 A Establishes procedures for Department of Environmental Quality to follow in developing or selecting methodologies for applying water quality standards in assessing waters of state and prior to publishing draft assessments.
5/28/2015 3:00 PM, HR D - Meeting Cancelled

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

  • Work Session
    • SB 259 A 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.
    • SB 412 A Identifies upland placement of dredged material by port district as productive use of solid waste for Environmental Quality Commission rules.
    • SB 752 Conditionally exempts from regulation under certain air pollution laws carbon dioxide emissions from combustion or decomposition of biomass.
    • SB 829 A Establishes procedures for Department of Environmental Quality to follow in developing or selecting methodologies for applying water quality standards in assessing waters of state and prior to publishing draft assessments.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Oregon State University/Daimler Truck Research

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

Health Care
5/22/2015 10:30 AM, HR E - Meeting Cancelled

    • **PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE**
  • Work Session
    • SB 298 A Excludes high-velocity, short-amplitude manipulative thrusting from definition of "massage."
      Excludes community colleges and accredited colleges and universities from definition of "massage facility."
      Increases number of class hours required for licensure as massage therapist or bodyworker.
    • SB 505 Requires, from October 1 through March 1 of each year, each hospital in this state to make offer to each patient of hospital who is 65 years of age or older to immunize patient against influenza virus.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 684 Permits Oregon Medical Board to issue limited license to practice medicine to physician licensed in another state or country who holds full-time professor appointment at school of medicine in this state.
    • SB 916 A Directs Oregon Health Authority, Oregon Medical Board and Oregon State Board of Nursing to study clinical guidance and health outcomes regarding Lyme disease and report to Legislative Assembly by March 1, 2016.
  • Work Session
    • SB 231 A Requires certain carriers, Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board to report to Department of Consumer and Business Services proportion of carrier's and board's total medical expenses allocated to primary care.
    • SB 283 Prohibits individual from using title "Advanced Practice Registered Nurse" or abbreviation "APRN" unless individual is clinical nurse specialist, nurse practitioner or certified registered nurse anesthetist.
    • SB 298 A Excludes high-velocity, short-amplitude manipulative thrusting from definition of "massage."
      Excludes community colleges and accredited colleges and universities from definition of "massage facility."
      Increases number of class hours required for licensure as massage therapist or bodyworker.
    • SB 430 Authorizes State Board of Psychologist Examiners to withhold license to practice from applicant who has been convicted of sex crime.
    • SB 705 A Directs Environmental Quality Commission to adopt rules requiring contractor to perform asbestos survey for purpose of determining whether residence or residential building is insulated with asbestos prior to demolition of residence or residential building.
    • SB 833 Requires Oregon Health Authority to give coordinated care organization at least 30 days' advance notice of proposed amendments to contracts.
    • 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.

    • Note Changes: SB 231 A, SB 298 A, SB 705 A, SB 833, and SB 880 have been added for Work Sessions.
  • Work Session
    • SB 505 Requires, from October 1 through March 1 of each year, each hospital in this state to make offer to each patient of hospital who is 65 years of age or older to immunize patient against influenza virus.
    • SB 523 A Requires insurer to provide specified notifications to health care providers regarding coverage under qualified health plan offered by insurer through health insurance exchange.
    • SB 874 A Requires Oregon Health Authority to disseminate information to health care professionals and public related to adrenal insufficiency.
    • SB 901 A Requires insurer to reimburse providers directly for medical, surgical and nursing services provided to insured.

    • Note Changes: SB 298 A has been removed from the agenda. SB 874 A has been added for a Work Session.
  • Work Session
    • SB 71 A Provides that pharmacies shall electronically report to Oregon Health Authority information under prescription monitoring program not later than 72 hours after dispensing prescription drug.
    • SB 145 A Modifies Insurance Code definition of "small employer" .
    • SB 146 Modifies definition of small employer to permit in-state employers with out-of-state employees to qualify as small employers.
    • SB 233 Requires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to suspend, instead of terminate, medical assistance for person who is expected to remain in correctional facility for more than 12 months.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Higher Education, Innovation, and Workforce Development
5/22/2015 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
    • No Meeting Scheduled
  • Work Session
    • SB 493 Removes ability of Governor to disband university governing board or force university to take other action if university fails to make timely compliance with conditions established when State Board of Higher Education endorsed governing board.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • Longitudinal Database Update
      Peter Tromba, Policy and research Director, Oregon Education Investment Board
      Alex Pettit, Oregon Chief Information Officer
Human Services and Housing
5/22/2015 3:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
5/25/2015 3:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited Testimony Only

      Alizheimer's Disease
      Jason Hess, CEO, Elite Care
      Larisa Kaufman, J.D., Public Policy Director, Alzheimer's Association, Oregon Chapter
      Marya Kain MS, CMC, Caregiver
      Mike McCormick, Aging and People with Disabilities Director, Department of Human Services
      Fred Steele, MPH, J.D., State Legal Services Developer, Department of Human Services
      Allison Lindauer, NP, PhD, Assistant Professor, Layton Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Center, Oregon Health Science University
5/29/2015 3:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled

    • NO MEETING SCHEDULED

    • Testimony is limited 2-3 min
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited Testimony Only

      HB 2639 (2013) Update: Section 8 Housing Choice
      John Van Landingham, Lane County Legal Aid
      Jill Smith, Home Forward
      Todd Johnston, Northwest Oregon Housing Authority
      Jim Straub, Oregon Rental Housing Association
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • 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 244 Authorizes Housing and Community Services Department to use moneys in Housing Development and Guarantee Account for housing for persons with low or very low income.

    • Note Change: Presenters have been changed.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited Testimony Only

      Child Welfare
Judiciary

    • The committee will tour the Oregon State Hospital facilities.
  • Work Session
    • SB 3 A Creates crime of endangering person protected by Family Abuse Prevention Act restraining order.
    • SB 315 A Provides that used firearm transfer register may be electronic or manual.
    • SB 391 A Prohibits seizure of property deposited to obtain security release in criminal case by law enforcement agency without search warrant or court order.
    • SB 397 A Modifies laws regarding ignition interlock devices.
    • SB 913 A Creates offense of trafficking in animal parts.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 316 A Allows polygraph test as condition of employment for pre-employment screening of law enforcement officers.
  • Work Session
    • SB 641 A Prohibits law enforcement agency from obtaining by forensic imaging information from portable electronic device without warrant except when authorized by consent.
    • SB 825 A Provides that defendant has right to appear as witness before grand jury in certain circumstances.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 173 Authorizes person licensed to carry concealed handgun to present valid license instead of providing firearm to peace officer for examination when possessing firearm in public building.
    • SB 525 B Prohibits possession of firearm or ammunition by person who is subject to certain court order protecting intimate partner or child of person or intimate partner, or who has been convicted of certain misdemeanor crimes committed against family member.

    • Note Change: SB 173 and SB 525 B have been added.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Revenue
  • Work Session
    • HB 3199 Modifies authority for issuance of state bonds for benefit of university with governing board.
    • HB 2643 A Authorizes designation of enterprise zone and zone and city for electronic commerce, addition of zone cosponsor and change of enterprise zone boundary without application process, subject to determination by Oregon Business Development Department that certain statutory requirements met.
    • HB 3125 (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) Exempts from property taxation qualified machinery and equipment used to process grains, bakery products, milk and eggs.
    • HB 2099 (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) 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 2077 (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) Requires corporations doing business in Oregon to file tax disclosure statements with Secretary of State.
    • HB 3246 (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) Grants exemption to certain improvements that increase energy efficiency of property or reduce greenhouse gas emissions from property.
    • HB 2449 A (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) Extends sunset for tax credit for biomass collection or production.
    • HB 2075 (Carried Over from 5-21-2015) Increases aircraft fuel taxes.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3199 Modifies authority for issuance of state bonds for benefit of university with governing board.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 254 Increases fee on motor vehicle fuel metering instrument or device in accordance with graduated schedule.
Rules
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HCR 29 Congratulates South Salem High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team on their 2015 state championship.
    • HCR 30 Designates Oregon as Purple Heart State.
    • HCR 31 Commends intercollegiate athletic achievements of Oregon State University Women's Basketball Team.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2668 A Requires minimum buffer zone between areas zoned for cultivation of industrial hemp and marijuana grow sites.
    • HB 2879 CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Establishes task force to study financing and delivery of health care in this state and make recommendations regarding legislative changes to ensure that residents of this state have access to high-quality health care.
    • HB 2936 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Defines "sobering facility." Extends civil and criminal immunity to sobering facilities for actions taken in good faith, on probable cause and without malice.
    • HB 3470 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Requires Environmental Quality Commission to adopt by rule statewide greenhouse gas emissions limits for years 2020 and 2050 and to adopt interim statewide greenhouse gas emissions limits consistent with 2050 limit every five years.
    • HB 3549 CARRIED OVER FROM 5/21: Requires State Forestry Department to collect and analyze information regarding sufficiency of existing legal requirements to protect certain areas in proximity to forestland from impacts due to application of pesticides by aircraft.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Rural Communities, Land Use, and Water
  • Work Session
    • SB 206 A Allows temporary lease or temporary transfer of upper Klamath Basin water right established by Water Resources Director in order of determination during period while judicial review of order is pending.
    • SB 264 A Authorizes Water Resources Department to participate in activities related to joint management entity for carrying out Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Agreement.
    • SB 320 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/21/15 AGENDA: -Allows food establishment located within residential dwelling to produce limited amounts of certain foods for sale to public without being regulated by State Department of Agriculture.
    • SB 534 Authorizes city and airport to enter into agreement pursuant to which city provides sewer and water services to airport without requiring annexation, or consent to eventual annexation, to city of territory on which airport is situated.
    • SB 953 Establishes process by which future interests in specified properties in Klamath County may be extinguished.
    • SB 958 Creates free license for organizers of certain fishing derbies to take and sell fish taken during duration of derby.
    • Please Note: SB 320 has been added.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Transportation and Economic Development
5/22/2015 3:00 PM, HR E - No Meeting Scheduled
    • Please note, no meeting has been scheduled for today.
  • Informational Meeting
    • DMV Service Transformation Program
      -Tom McClellan, Administrator, Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division, Oregon Department of Transportation

    • Status Report: Ports and Marine Freight in Oregon
      Presenters: TBA
  • Work Session
    • SB 271 A Modifies standards for state safety oversight program for rail fixed guideway systems.
    • SB 463 A Permits person who has certain physical condition, or person in same household, to use window tinting that is darker than otherwise allowed if person shows police officer prescription or letter on letterhead from physician or optometrist.
    • SB 878 Changes requirements for operating moped or motorcycle.
    • SB 948 A Permits Department of Transportation to issue vehicle registration plates from regular series for use on county-owned vehicle rather than plates from specially designed government series.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing
    • SCR 6 In memoriam: Army Specialist Nickolas S. Welch, 1987-2013.
    • SCR 14 Recognizes and honors Corporal Keaton Grant Coffey (1989-2012) for his service to his country.
  • Work Session
    • SB 89 A Authorizes county governing body in each county and Department of Veterans' Affairs to appoint one or more volunteer veterans' guides to provide support services and assistance to veterans, spouses and dependents of veterans, and survivors of veterans, within county or served by department.
    • SB 93 A Requires reimbursement for up to 90-day supply of generic prescription drug that is prescribed under certain conditions.
    • SB 775 A Provides that evidence of measures taken or vulnerability assessments conducted 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 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 781 A Exempts association with membership composed of current or former members of Armed Forces of United States from operation of Insurance Code and requires association to submit certain information to Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 87 A Modifies law regarding requirement that public employer grant preference to veteran and disabled veteran in selection process for competitive position.
  • Work Session
    • SCR 12 Recognizes and honors United States Marine Lance Corporal Nathan Windsor (1986-2007) for his service to his country.
    • SCR 7 Recognizes and honors Specialist John Alexander Pelham (1991-2014) for his service to his country.
    • SCR 6 In memoriam: Army Specialist Nickolas S. Welch, 1987-2013.
    • SCR 14 Recognizes and honors Corporal Keaton Grant Coffey (1989-2012) for his service to his country.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 87 A Modifies law regarding requirement that public employer grant preference to veteran and disabled veteran in selection process for competitive position.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 87 A Modifies law regarding requirement that public employer grant preference to veteran and disabled veteran in selection process for competitive position.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 87 A Modifies law regarding requirement that public employer grant preference to veteran and disabled veteran in selection process for competitive position.
Joint
Implementing Measure 91
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Cannabis Delivery in Oregon
  • Work Session
    • 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.
Tax Credits
    • Please Note Different Time
  • Work Session
    • HB 2093 Requires joint legislative interim committee on revenue to study costs and benefits of Oregon's tax expenditures and make recommendations to Seventy-eighth Legislative Assembly.
Ways and Means

    • Senator Devlin, Presiding Co-Chair
  • Work Session
    • HB 2019 A Relating to the Oregon Government Ethics Commission
    • HB 5020 Oregon Government Ethics Commission
    • HB 5045 Department of Corrections and Department of Forestry 2013-15 Rebalance

    • Federal grant application requests:
      Community Colleges and Workforce Development - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Transition
      Oregon Health Authority - Congenital Heart Defects
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Capital Construction
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5005 State Financial Administration - Bond Limit (Miscellaneous Bonds/Time for people that could not
      attend other hearing dates)

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
    • HB 5006 Capital Construction Limitation

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
    • HB 5030 Lottery Bond Authorization (ADDED)

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Education
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2411 A Relating to the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission
    • SB 5538 Teachers Standards and Practices - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Work Session
    • HB 2407 A Relating to Oregon Opportunity Grants
    • HB 2846 A Relating to instructional time
Ways and Means SubCommittee On General Government
  • Informational Meeting
    • State and Local Government Credit Card Contracts
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 777 B Relating to savings accounts for disability-related expenses
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3099 A Relating to state information technology (ADDED)
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Human Services
  • Work Session
    • SB 72 A Relating to fees for nursing license
    • SB 696 A Relating to autism spectrum disorders
    • SB 875 A Relating to adrenal insufficiency
    • SB 228 Relating to sources of radiation
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 416 Relating to the imposition of fees on entities subject to the Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act declaring an emergency.
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Information Technology
  • Work Session
    • Department of Revenue
      Core System Replacement Project & Fraud Analytics and Detection
      Property Valuation System Project
    • Treasurer of State
      ACH Business Systems Renewal Project
      Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP) Business Systems Renewal Project
      Core Banking Systems Renewal Project
  • Work Session
    • Public Employees Retirement System
      IAP Administration
      Technology Maintenance and Enhancements Project
      Disaster Recovery Infrastructure Upgrades
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Natural Resources
  • Work Session
    • SB 5510 Department of Energy (CANCELLED)
  • Public Hearing
  • Work Session
    • Parks and Recreation Department- Federal Grant Application Historic Spaces

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Public Safety
  • Work Session
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3388 Relating to the training of police officers (ADDED)
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2228 A Relating to retention of fingerprint information (ADDED)
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Work Session
    • HB 3304 Relating to licenses issued by the State Landscape Contractors Board (CANCELLED)
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 441 Relating to property creditable to the Trust for Cultural Development Account
  • Work Session
    • SB 5520 Oregon Liquor Control Commission