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Business and Transportation
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 333 Removes loan forgiveness and reimbursement delays and makes other changes to Oregon Industrial Site Readiness Program.
    • SB 867 Creates Task Force on Maritime Sector Workforce Development.
    • SB 885 Modifies provision allowing waiver of qualification for registration as professional engineer if applicant has professional engineering experience in another jurisdiction.
    • SB 930 Specifies that registered owner of vehicle may black out or obscure residence address, business address, mailing address or vehicle address shown on registration card and on proof of insurance or other current proof of compliance.
    • SB 936 Increases in increments taxable portion of value of eligible project property under strategic investment program and eliminates difference in taxation of projects in urban and rural areas.
    • SB 989 Directs Travel Information Council to manage roadside rest areas along interstate and state highways.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 10 Provides that directors of certain mass transit districts are appointed by Governor instead of elected.
    • SB 974 Prohibits persons other than retail customers of vehicle dealer from making claim against vehicle dealer under certain circumstances.
    • SB 980 Requires motor vehicle manufacturers, distributors and importers to reimburse dealers for service related to vehicle recall at same rate as warranty work.
    • SB 981 Establishes procedure for automated motor vehicle manufacturer to submit certificate of compliance to Department of Transportation.
    • SB 982 Regulates business relationship between equipment suppliers and equipment dealers in this state.
    • SB 1020 Directs Department of Transportation to enter into grant agreement with Lane Transit District to fund bus rapid transit and high-capacity transit systems.

    • Note Change: Public hearing and possible work session was removed for SB 968, and public hearing and work session was added for SB 981.
Education
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 196 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to ensure that any policy adopted by public institution of higher education for determining whether part-time faculty members are eligible for health care benefits use aggregate total of hours worked by faculty member at all public institutions of higher education.
    • SB 206 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to develop policy to permit faculty at community colleges to receive compensation from private or public resources.
    • SB 111 Establishes grant program to assist school districts in complying with school nursing service requirements.
    • SB 142 Requires school district to screen certain students for symptoms of Irlen syndrome and to ensure specified staff members receive training related to Irlen syndrome.
  • Work Session
    • SB 351 Directs Secretary of State to conduct audit of use of statewide summative assessment in public schools in this state.
    • SB 387 Authorizes common school district, union high school district or education service district that is self-insured or that has independent health insurance trust to provide or contract for employee benefit plan other than plan provided and administered by Oregon Educators Benefit Board.

    • Note change: SB 387 has been added to the agenda
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 297 Establishes CTE-STEM Investment Council.
    • SB 1003 Prescribes requirements for screening tests related to dyslexia.
    • SB 221 Revises requirements for approval of educator preparation programs.
    • SB 1004 Allows governing body of county to dedicate portion of moneys transferred to county school fund from federal forest reserve receipts if certain conditions are met.
  • Work Session
    • SB 565 Creates credit against income taxes for amounts paid as interest on qualified education loans.

    • Note change: SB 387 has been removed from the agenda
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 758 Establishes refundable credit against personal income taxes for contributions to higher education savings network account.
    • SB 759 Specifies that amount in account established for higher education expenses is disregarded for purposes of determining account owner's financial eligibility to receive assistance or benefit authorized by law, to extent permitted under federal law.
    • SB 1001 Permits each student enrolled at community college or public university to request, at no cost to student, evaluation to determine whether student should have section 504 plan or review of student's existing section 504 plan.
    • SB 1002 Directs district school boards, public libraries and tribal libraries to adopt policies related to use of school facilities and library facilities by private tutors.
    • SB 996 Directs State Registrar of Center for Health Statistics to send to Department of Consumer and Business Services each calendar quarter names of children born in Oregon to residents of this state.
  • Work Session
    • SB 182 Establishes Educator Advancement Council.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 911 Establishes Indian Health Scholarship Program to provide free tuition and fees for qualifying Indian health profession students in exchange for student commitment to work at tribal service site after graduation.
    • SB 576 Requires that at least 25 percent of Oregon Opportunity Grant moneys be awarded to students committed to majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics fields.
    • SB 443 Requires that at least 25 percent of Oregon Opportunity Grant moneys be awarded to students committed to majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics fields.
    • SB 886 Requires Department of Education, in consultation with Oregon Health Authority, to disseminate information, processes and model plans regarding school testing for elevated levels of toxics.
    • SB 889 Directs Department of Education to conduct study on funding for instruction of talented and gifted children.
    • SB 887 Directs school districts to identify certain students to receive information about opportunities related to advanced placement examinations.
  • Work Session
    • SB 253 Requires institutions of higher education to provide fact sheet to each applicable student detailing amount of education loans received, estimate of total amount of education loans student will owe at graduation, estimate of amount student will have to pay each month to service loans and percentage of borrowing limit student has reached for each type of federal loan.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 54 Removes requirement that Higher Education Coordinating Commission's annual evaluation of public universities include annual evaluation of each university.
    • SB 4 Directs State Board of Education to adopt rules that prorate number of minutes required for instruction in physical education under certain circumstances.
    • SB 915 Modifies percentage of amounts school districts must pay from State School Fund to public charter schools that are not virtual public charter schools.
    • SB 578 Directs Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to conduct study on methods for encouraging public school teachers and administrators to apply for and attain certification through national professional organization for teaching standards.
  • Work Session
    • SB 208 Provides that school district may not deny participation in interscholastic activities by student who attends public charter school or virtual public charter school.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 928 Requires labeling of pesticide products containing neonicotinoids.
    • SB 929 Requires State Department of Agriculture to classify neonicotinoids as restricted use pesticides.
    • SB 995 Requires employer operating certain facility to submit annual materials balance report on facility's input and output of hazardous materials to Department of Environmental Quality.
  • Work Session
    • SB 3 Modifies area where moratorium on mining using motorized equipment applies.

    • Note change: SB 3 has been added to the agenda.

    • Please note: this is a joint meeting with the House committee on Energy and Environment it is an optional
      meeting therefore committee member participation is not mandatory.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Rural Economies: Impacts and Opportunities
      Peter Weisberg, The Climate Trust
      Jim Walls, Lake County Resource Initiative
      Kyle Petrocine, Wallowa Resources

    • Environmental Justice Communities: Impacts and Opportunities
      Direlle Calica, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
      Alan Hipolito, Verde

  • Public Hearing
    • SB 1017 Requires State Forester to establish guidelines for wildfire buffer zones that produce defensible spaces around lands in forestland-urban interface.
    • SB 789 Requires public utility to file bond with State Department of Agriculture if commercially growing or contracting for commercial growing of Arundo donax L. or invasive species for use as biomass.
    • SB 790 Requires College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University to conduct study regarding Arundo donax L. Requires college to conclude study and report findings to interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2018.
  • Work Session
    • SB 19 Updates descriptions and allowed quantities of oxygenates in gasoline for sale at wholesale or retail in this state.
    • SB 222 Directs Oregon State Veterinary Medical Examining Board to adopt rules to require person licensed to practice veterinary medicine to provide written copy of prescription for animal medication to animal owner.
    • SB 643 Requires persons 17 years of age or younger and who are operating boat, or who are passengers in boat, on section of waters rated class III or higher to wear helmet.

    • Note change: SB 222 and SB 643 have been added to the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 644 Makes various changes to laws relating to mining and mineral resources.
  • Work Session
    • SB 372 Requires State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt rules for issuance of wildlife salvage permits to salvage deer or elk accidentally killed as result of vehicle collision.
    • SB 373 Requires State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt pilot program for urban deer population control.
Finance and Revenue
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 631 Removes minimum requirements for cost and employment terms for qualifying investment contract.
    • SB 593 Establishes personal income tax credit of $250 per dependent child.
    • SB 827 Extends ad valorem property tax exemption to existing qualified dwelling units of single-unit housing purchased by taxpayers seeking exemption.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 137 Provides for adjustment of estate tax brackets for inflation.
    • SB 870 Provides that Oregon estate tax is imposed only on estates of decedents dying on or before December 31, 2016.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 157 Requires deposit of percentage of corporate minimum tax revenue to Oregon Rainy Day Fund.
  • Work Session
    • SB 28 Requires all members of affiliated group of corporations to be treated as single taxpayer and requires sales of all members to be included in numerator for computation of Oregon apportionment percentage if any member is taxable in state.
    • SB 123 Authorizes formation of children's special districts.
    • SB 564 Establishes prudent maximum amount of outstanding General Fund-supported debt as amount for which debt service due in biennium equals five percent of General Fund revenues estimated to be received in biennium.
3/30/2017 8:30 AM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
General Government and Accountability
  • Work Session
    • SB 254 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/22/2017 AGENDA: Requires financial institutions to participate in data match system established by Department of Revenue to identify assets held at financial institutions by delinquent debtors.
  • Possible Reconsideration and Work Session
    • SB 89 Directs state agencies to assign certain liquidated and delinquent accounts to Department of Revenue for collection.
  • Public Hearing
    • SJR 8 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to have administrative rule be subject to sunset upon petition of one or more Senators and one or more Representatives.
    • SB 637 Directs public official who presides over public meeting that is recorded by sound recording to require speakers to state name whenever speaking.
    • SB 638 Requires member of governing body who presides over public meeting that is recorded by sound recording to cause name of each member of governing body attending meeting and name of each person speaking at meeting to be recorded on recording.
    • SB 639 Establishes public access requirements for written records and other informational materials presented at public meetings of public bodies.
    • SB 640 Requires public bodies that make sound, video or digital recordings of public meetings to make recordings of sufficient quality to be comprehensible by persons of average faculties of vision and hearing.

    • Note change: Senate Bill 254 has been added to the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 227 Updates rulemaking procedures to reflect current practices and implementation of electronic database of administrative rules.
    • SB 384 Provides that State Fair Council owns fairground property and facilities other than real property unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
    • SB 467 Authorizes Legislative Administration Committee to enter into agreements with City of Salem to assign authority over certain parking spaces.
    • SB 1022 Eliminates boards, commissions and other government entities that have ceased to meet or that are no longer serving public good.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 210 Authorizes counties, cities and special districts to publish public notices required by law on websites of Association of Oregon Counties, League of Oregon Cities and Special Districts Association of Oregon, respectively.
    • SB 1028 Allows professional licensing board to consider experience in lieu of high school diploma or equivalent for licensure, certification or other authorization to provide certain occupational or professional services.

    • Note change: Senate Bills 467, 210 and 1028 have been added to the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 231 A Establishes Task Force on Student Mental Health Support.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 822 Requires that public bodies develop and implement policies for securely removing personal information from digital data storage devices and other electronic data storage devices owned by public body, leased by public body or otherwise under control of public body before selling, donating, recycling or otherwise disposing of device.
    • SB 829 Requires video transmissions of executive department and legislative department to be closed-captioned for access by hearing-impaired persons.

    • Note change: Senate Bill 231A has been added to the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 588 Directs Secretary of State to appoint inspectors general to review spending of certain entities and identify inappropriate costs.
    • SB 605 Requires agency to include comparative analysis of costs and benefits of rule in notice of proposed rulemaking.
    • SB 628 Requires state agency to report to Governor and Governor to include in budget report total cost of compliance to public and small businesses of agency's rules.
    • SB 629 Requires state agencies to carry out delegated duties in least costly manner.
    • SJR 33 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to allow Legislative Assembly, by passage of joint resolution, to repeal administrative rule or amendment of administrative rule adopted by executive branch agency.
Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 869 Requires health care practitioner, before administering vaccination to child, to obtain informed consent from parent of child or, if child is emancipated or has reached age of majority, from child.
    • SB 580 Requires health care practitioner, before administering vaccination to child, to provide written notice of each vaccination that child is required to receive as condition of attending school or children's facility in this state and of each exemption to that requirement.
    • SB 914 Establishes that decisions related to immunizations are personal health care decisions and that immunizations may not be mandated as condition of employment unless required by federal law.
    • SB 810 Establishes Oregon Health Savings Account program in office of State Treasurer to enable Oregon taxpayers to reduce taxable income by making contributions to program that reimburses taxpayers' qualified medical expenses.

    • Note Change: SB 579 has been removed from this agenda
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 217 Allows chiropractic physicians and naturopathic physicians to provide release for athlete who sustained concussion or is suspected of sustaining concussion.
  • Work Session
    • SB 831 Expands definition of "supervising physician" to include persons licensed to practice osteopathy or podiatry in this state for purpose of supervising physician assistants.
    • SB 963 Requires health benefit plan that reimburses cost of evaluation by osteopathic physician to reimburse cost of osteopathic manipulative treatment deemed medically necessary during evaluation by osteopathic physician.
    • SB 966 Requires any dental professional who uses autoclave or other heat sterilization device to test device at least once per week.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 783 Requires insurers to have user-friendly procedures for enrollees and providers to access coverage information and request prior authorization for health benefit plans offered by insurers.
    • SB 997 Establishes penalty to be imposed by Department of Consumer and Business Services on employers that offer health insurance coverage to employees but that have employees working at least 20 hours per week who receive health care coverage through medical assistance program.
    • SB 786 Requires health care regulatory boards to allow health care practitioner to use telehealth when health care practitioner determines telehealth is appropriate.
    • SB 799 Creates exemptions to Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act for using inhalant delivery systems to aerosolize or vaporize inhalants for purposes related to employees testing inhalant delivery systems and persons sampling inhalants.

    • Note Change: SB 808 has been removed from this agenda.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
      Oregon Health Policy Board Listening Sessions: Recommendations for the Future of Coordinated Care
      Zeke Smith, Chair, Health Policy Board
      TBD
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 917 Requires coordinated care organization to make available to members external review process to contest coordinated care organization decisions regarding care or services.
    • SB 233 Requires Oregon Health Authority to make publicly available specified information regarding administration of medical assistance and payments to coordinated care organizations.
    • SB 234 Requires Oregon Health Authority to renew coordinated care organization contract for another five-year term if specified conditions are met.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 934 Prohibits coordinated care organization from spending less than 14.4 percent of global budget on primary care and community health.
    • SB 808 Provides that with respect to health screen testing for newborns, Oregon Health Authority shall specify that health testing service may conduct tests for conditions listed on most recent edition of Recommended Uniform Screening Panel by United States Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Work Session
    • SB 52 Requires ambulance services and emergency medical services providers to report patient encounter data to electronic emergency medical services data system managed by Oregon Health Authority.
    • SB 419 Creates Hospital Rate Commission in Oregon Health Authority to review hospital charges billed by certain hospitals and recommend to Oregon Health Authority whether to approve charges as reasonable based on prescribed criteria.
    • SB 964 Allows physician assistants to use hospital facilities for patient care.

    • Note Change: SB 808 has been added to this agenda.
Human Services
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 821 Directs Oregon Housing Stability Council, with advice of Community Action Partnership of Oregon, to develop policy for awarding grants to organizations that shall use funds in Emergency Housing Account to align with federal strategies and resources available to prevent and end homelessness.
    • SB 949 Makes noncompetition agreement with home care worker voidable by home care worker.
    • SB 942 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding child safety no later than July 1, 2018.
  • Work Session
    • SB 104 Modifies provisions relating to registry of persons who provide care in certain facilities.
    • SB 140 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Youth Authority for gang intervention services in Multnomah County.
    • SB 834 Requires Department of Human Services to develop and present proposal for creation of human rights commission to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to human services and health no later than September 1, 2017.

    • Note change: SB 263 has been removed from this agenda.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Community Needs Assessment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Oregonians
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 1018 Establishes Oregon Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Program within Department of Human Services.
    • SB 1023 Establishes Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Fund.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 241 Establishes Task Force on Children of Incarcerated Parents.
    • SB 242 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for YWCA of Greater Portland, to be expended for Family Preservation Project.
    • SB 1024 Requires county to allow siting of accessory dwelling unit in area zoned rural residential.
    • SB 1027 Prohibits Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority from seeking payment from amounts in ABLE account.
  • Work Session
    • SB 263 Limits school district's ability to require students to participate in abbreviated school day program.

    • Note change: SB 263 has been added to this agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 942 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding child safety no later than July 1, 2018.
    • SB 265 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct monthly, in-person visits with child or ward in substitute care that include updates on academic status and progress.
    • SB 749 Requires Department of Human Services to, upon request, reassign caseworker to child, ward, youth or youth offender who is 12 years of age or older and in legal custody of department.
    • SB 819 Expands parameters of duties and responsibilities of Critical Incident Response Team assigned by Department of Human Services upon becoming aware of fatality of child that was result of abuse or neglect.
    • SB 833 Requires hospital that discharges patient following attempted suicide to facilitate referral of patient to peer support program.
Judiciary
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:00 AM.

      Please note: SB 494 and SB 768 are scheduled solely for the purpose of hearing testimony from the people who previously signed up to testify at the meeting on 3/23/2017.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 494 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03/23/2017 AGENDA: Establishes Advance Directive Rules Adoption Committee for purpose of adopting form of advance directive to be used in this state.
    • SB 768 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03/23/2017 AGENDA: Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish and operate statewide registry for collection and dissemination of advance directives.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 49 Prohibits removal of youth from current placement for purpose of receiving fitness to proceed evaluation.
    • Please note: SB 126 and SB 967 have been removed from the agenda.
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:00 AM.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 844 Authorizes Department of Corrections to collect portion of certain moneys in inmate trust account for transitional fund and payment of court-ordered financial obligations.
    • SB 846 Prohibits use of physical restraints in juvenile court proceedings on youth, youth offender or young person with exceptions.
  • Work Session
    • SB 360 Directs Department of Corrections to establish by rule community service exchange program for person to enter into agreement with community-based organization to perform community service in lieu of payment for delinquent fees or debts and supervision fees.
    • SB 493 Creates new manner of committing crime of assault in the fourth degree when person with criminal negligence causes serious physical injury to vulnerable user of public way by means of motor vehicle.
    • SB 692 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Public Defense Services Commission for pre-entry pilot program.

    • Please Note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:00 AM
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 132 Provides that procedures applicable to determining fitness to proceed of criminal defendants prior to trial are applicable to defendants alleged to have violated probation or committed contempt of court.
    • SB 298 Makes permanent Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries' discretion to prepare formal charges and pursue certain matters in court.
    • SB 528 Provides that person who has been convicted of driving while under influence of intoxicants shall provide proof to Department of Transportation that person completed treatment program before department may reinstate person's driving privileges.
    • SB 931 Authorizes court to replace discharged juror with alternate juror in either guilt or sentencing phase of criminal case after jury begins deliberations.
  • Work Session
    • SB 249 Establishes procedures for person to file motion to vacate judgment of conviction for prostitution if person was victim of sex trafficking at or around time of offense.
    • SB 250 Creates affirmative defense to crime of prostitution if, at time of alleged offense, defendant was victim of certain trafficking crimes.
    • SB 375 Directs certain agencies to allow informational materials about human trafficking to be posted at roadside rest areas.
    • SB 487 Restricts limitation on award of noneconomic damages to claims in actions for wrongful death.
Rules
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 888 Requires major political party candidate for President or Vice President of United States, in order to appear on primary or general election ballot and voters' pamphlet, either to provide Secretary of State with copy of candidate's federal income tax return for most recent year and with written consent for public disclosure of tax return or to complete and submit statement of economic interest.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SJR 32 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to amplify types of legislative measures that require three-fifths majority vote in each house for passage.

    • Note Change: SCR 21 has been removed, and SB 888 has been changed to a Public Hearing.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 376 Requires Senate confirmation of appointments by Governor of directors of Housing and Community Services Department and State Department of Energy.
    • SB 377 Provides that Governor may appoint Director of Oregon Business Development Department, in consultation with Oregon Business Development Commission.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 13 Recognizes Jason Westlund for his exemplary service in assisting wounded accident victim.
    • SCR 22 In memoriam: Gary Braasch.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 901 Specifies that amateur Olympic athlete is not employee for purpose of certain employment-related provisions.
    • SJR 44 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to repeal existing provision of Constitution that makes persons ineligible to hold any office of trust if they give or accept challenge to fight duel, or if they knowingly carry such challenge to another.

    • Note Change: Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for SCR 17 has been removed.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 1009 For counties with 35,000 or more electors, increases number of required voting booths and requires specified number of voting booth locations.
    • SB 1012 Requires Secretary of State to ensure that there is at least one official ballot drop site at each public high school and on campus of each school of higher education.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 15 In memoriam: Dolores Hewitt Atiyeh, 1923-2016.
    • SCR 16 In memoriam: Pat Straub, 1923-2016.
    • SCR 17 Commends Oregon State University Women's Basketball Team on its 2015-2016 season.

    • Note Change: Public Hearing and Work Session for SCR 17 has been added.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 320 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Military Department for Oregon Military Museum.
    • SB 531 Creates Task Force on Rural Fire Protection District Community Development to study and develop recommendations for developing, enhancing or expanding ability of rural fire protection districts to facilitate community development following natural disaster.
    • SB 676 Requires organization that has related apprenticeship program to give credit toward apprenticeship for qualifying individuals who obtained experience in plumbing, pipefitting, steamfitting or heating ventilation air conditioning while in active duty in the armed forces.
    • SB 707 Authorizes issuance of Article XI-Q bonds to finance seismic and life safety improvements to State Capitol building and grounds.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 476 Adds disabled veteran to definition of preferred worker who is eligible for reemployment assistance.
    • SB 573 Encourages Oregonians to honor and remember those who have given their lives in military service in war at noon on 21st day of each month.
    • SB 992 Designates third Friday in September of every year to be Oregon POW/MIA Recognition Day.
    • SB 993 Designates August 7 of each year as Oregon Purple Heart Recognition Day.
Workforce
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 41 Authorizes Employment Department to disclose information in department records to public universities, Oregon Health and Science University, and regionally accredited private nonprofit institutions of higher education to extent necessary to carry out planning, performance measurement, program analysis, socioeconomic analysis or policy analysis functions.
    • SB 42 Reverses amendments to statute made by Enrolled Senate Bill 1534 (2016) that were determined by United States Secretary of Labor to be out of conformity with federal law.
  • Work Session
    • SB 92 Allows Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to set civil penalties for violations of state occupational health and safety statutes, not to exceed maximum penalties or fall below certain minimum penalties under federal Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
    • SB 93 Increases from $250,000 to $1 million maximum amount credited to Workers' Memorial Scholarship Account from civil penalties recovered for violations of occupational health and safety standards.
    • SB 416 Provides that Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries may apply certain considerations to determine whether to divide public works project into separate contracts.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 984 Requires employer in industry with requirement to pay overtime after certain number of hours worked by employee in one day to calculate applicable overtime pay for employee on daily and weekly basis and pay greater of two amounts.
  • Work Session
    • SB 41 Authorizes Employment Department to disclose information in department records to public universities, Oregon Health and Science University, and regionally accredited private nonprofit institutions of higher education to extent necessary to carry out planning, performance measurement, program analysis, socioeconomic analysis or policy analysis functions.
    • SB 42 Reverses amendments to statute made by Enrolled Senate Bill 1534 (2016) that were determined by United States Secretary of Labor to be out of conformity with federal law.

    • Note Change: SB 294 and SB 398 have been removed from the agenda.
    • ***The public record for SB 828 will close April 4, 2017 at 5:00 pm.***
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 828 Requires employer to pay employee equivalent of at least four hours of work if employee is scheduled or called in to work but, due to employer, does not work entire shift.
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2371 Specifies that, for purposes of statutes regulating seeds, agricultural hemp seed is flower seed.
    • HB 2372 Establishes Oregon Industrial Hemp Commission.
    • HB 3338 Requires State Department of Agriculture to adopt rules governing posting of tax information by gas stations.
    • HB 3053 Creates Task Force on Water Infrastructure Investment.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3051 Expands permissible uses of Water Measurement Cost Share Program Revolving Fund.
    • HB 2179 Permits onsite treatment of reclaimed water, agricultural or industrial process water or biosolids prior to application on exclusive farm use land.

    • Note change: HB 3280 has been removed.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3006 Requires State Forestry Department to identify Oregon-based contractors qualified to provide wildfire fighting personnel, equipment and other resources.
    • HB 2023 Amends definition of "high-value farmland."
      Declares emergency, effective on passage.
    • HB 3226 Requires State Board of Forestry to establish criteria for preserving natural resource values on forestland.
    • HB 3245 Permits city to authorize planning commission or hearings officer to conduct hearings and make decisions on applications for amendments to city comprehensive plan.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2566 Authorizes State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt adult hunter mentoring program.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3249 Establishes Oregon Agricultural Heritage Fund and continuously appropriates moneys in fund to Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.
    • HB 3247 Creates Beginning Farmer Real Estate Loan Program within Oregon Business Development Department.
    • HB 3050 Permits siting of commercial solar photovoltaic power generation facility on land not designated as high value farmland, on high value farmland under certain conditions and as conditional permitted use of land zoned for exclusive farm use.
    • HB 3041 Increases, for purposes of tax credit allowed for crop donation, percentage of wholesale price allowed as amount of credit.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2038 Appropriates moneys to Department of Education for grant programs that allow school districts to purchase Oregon food products and to pay for costs related to food-based, agriculture-based and garden-based educational activities.
    • HB 2318 Allows State Parks and Recreation Commission to adopt schedule by rule setting forth range of reasonable charges for use of areas established and maintained by State Parks and Recreation Department.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3044 Modifies requirements for carrying dog on external part of vehicle.
    • HB 3222 Expands offense of unlawful tethering to include tethering domestic animal for more than 15 minutes in certain weather conditions.
    • HB 2991 Prohibits animal rescue entity from euthanizing animal or transferring custody of animal for purpose of euthanasia.
    • HB 3204 Allows person to return pet that has disease, injury or defect existing at time of acquisition.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2099 Changes water management and conservation plan approval condition for extension of time to construct works or perfect right for municipal use of water.

    • Note change: HB 2099 has been added.
Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2184 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/22/2017 AGENDA: Provides that contractor may award subcontract only to responsible subcontractor.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2855 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/22/2017 AGENDA: Creates procedure for purchaser of real property to enforce contractual requirement for delivery of deed of conveyance without instituting suit or action.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2356 Establishes requirements under which debt buyer may bring legal action to collect debt.
    • HB 3188 Prohibits person from engaging in business as debt buyer unless person first obtains certificate of registration from Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • HB 2090 Provides that person engages in unlawful trade practice if person publishes on website related to person's business, or in consumer agreement related to consumer transaction, statement or representation of fact in which person asserts that person, in particular manner or for particular purposes, will use, disclose or dispose of information that person requests, requires or receives from consumer and person uses, discloses or disposes of information in manner not in accordance with person's state
    • HB 2581 Requires person that possesses or has access to account information to report breach of security to financial institution that issued financial access device.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3337 Creates limited landscape construction professional license.
      Note: Work session for the purpose of subsequent referral to House Higher Education and Workforce Development Committee. Work session will be held after 2:30 p.m.

    • Note Change: HB 2670 has been removed from this agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2154 Directs Oregon State Lottery Commission to employ ombudsmen to assist small businesses that are or wish to become lottery game retailers or contractors.
    • HB 2190 Modifies definition of "social game" for purposes of regulation of gambling.
    • HB 2549 Authorizes Oregon State Lottery Commission to issue registrations to fantasy contest operators to organize or offer fantasy contests.
    • HB 2761 Includes daily fantasy sports game in definition of "contest of chance" for purposes of gambling and gaming laws.
    • HB 2971 Increases number of video lottery game terminals allowed on premises of race meet licensee that qualifies as video lottery game retailer to 50 terminals.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3043 Requires transportation network company or other employer to conduct or have other person conduct criminal records check to determine whether individual that transportation network company or other employer intends to engage as participating driver has committed certain criminal violations.
    • HB 3045 Requires transportation network company to make certain disclosures to participating drivers.
    • HB 3093 Requires transportation network company or other employer to conduct or have other person conduct test to determine whether individual that transportation network company or other employer intends to engage as participating driver has used or is using controlled substance.
    • HB 3157 Directs Department of Transportation to regulate privately owned vehicles for hire, including taxicabs and limousines.
    • HB 3246 Requires transportation network company that operates in this state to obtain license from Department of Consumer and Business Services.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2857 Prohibits certain activities by, and specifies additional duties for, performing rights society in notifying business proprietors concerning proprietors' duties with respect to performing copyrighted musical works and in negotiating contracts for paying royalties for performing copyrighted musical works.
    • HB 3203 Requires contracting agency to perform analysis to determine whether constructing public improvement with contracting agency's own equipment and personnel will result in least cost to contracting agency.
    • HB 3146 Specifies that wage requirements for certain economic development programs must be determined with respect to permanent positions.
Early Childhood and Family Supports
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3404 Requires children under two years of age to be properly secured in car seat in rear-facing position.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Imagination Library
      - Doug Barber, Eugene Imagination Library
      - Monica Wilton, Eugene Public Library Foundation

    • Early Learning Success Alliance (ELSA)
      Speakers TBA


    • Note changes: Possible Work Session added to HB 3404.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3106 Modifies requirements for participation as preschool provider in preschool program administered by Early Learning Division.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Neuroplasticity and the Family: an Evidence-Based Approach to Strengthening Preschool
      Dr. Eric Pakulak, Acting Director, University of Oregon Brain Development Lab


    • Note change: Public Hearing and Possible Work Session on HB 3106 has been added.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3314 Directs State Registrar of Center for Health Statistics to send to Department of Consumer and Business Services each calendar quarter names of children born in Oregon to residents of this state.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3068 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding family supports no later than July 1, 2018.
    • HB 3066 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding family supports no later than July 1, 2018.


    • Note changes: HB 3314 added to agenda; Informational Meeting on Multnomah Early Learning Hub moved to 4/11/2017
  • Work Session
    • HB 3087 Creates family and medical leave insurance program to provide covered employee with portion of wages while on family medical leave or military leave.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3067 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding family supports no later than July 1, 2018.
    • HB 2957 Establishes grant program for purpose of improving kindergarten student-to-teacher ratios in schools that are considered high poverty.


    • Note change: Work Session for HB 3087 added
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2985 Expands recipients eligible for subsidized employment-related child care and types of activities that may be eligible for subsidies.
    • HB 3069 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct statewide study regarding early childhood education and services no later than July 1, 2018.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Multnomah Early Learning Hub
      Speakers TBA


    • Note change: Informational Meeting on Multnomah Early Learning Hub added
Economic Development and Trade
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2736 Provides that smoke shop certified by Oregon Health Authority may allow on-premises consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3116 Allows producer to sell candled eggs designated as ungraded.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2077 Extends sunset for tax credit for long-term rural enterprise zone.
    • HB 2078 Extends sunset for tax credits for qualified research activities.
    • Note: The agenda has been revised to remove the Public Hearing for HB 2080.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2150 Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to allow manufacturers or importing distributors of wine, cider or malt beverages to file required statements and pay privilege taxes by electronic means.
    • HB 2900 Authorizes ports to advertise activities of port and activities of others using port facilities.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3031 Specifies that person may petition Oregon Liquor Control Commission for privilege of designating specified area in this state as Oregon cannacultural area.
    • HB 3150 Allocates $2,100,000 of lottery revenue to Oregon Business Development Department to be used to issue grants or loans in support of redevelopment of Port of Port Orford Cannery.
    • HB 3375 Directs Oregon Business Development Department to develop and administer program to issue grants to address tourism-related coastal infrastructure needs.
    • HB 2743 Directs Land Conservation and Development Commission to establish and implement pilot program to implement master plan for economic development on land adjacent to airport in rural area.
    • Note: The agenda has been revised to add a Work Session for HB 2900 and remove the Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for HB 3374.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Secretary of State Audit of Business Oregon
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3377 Directs Oregon Business Development Department to prepare plan and strategies to implement recommendations in audit conducted by Secretary of State.
    • HB 2833 Makes technical corrections and clarifications in statutes governing exemption of property in enterprise zones.
    • HB 3350 Creates Office of Outdoor Recreation within State Parks and Recreation Department.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2077 Extends sunset for tax credit for long-term rural enterprise zone.
    • HB 2078 Extends sunset for tax credits for qualified research activities.
    • Note: The agenda has been revised to remove the Work Session for HB 2080.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3213 Expands contents of report by Oregon Broadband Advisory Council to Joint Legislative Committee on Information Management and Technology to include role of broadband technology in local, state and regional economies and economic development.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3374 Provides grants to certain counties that received Secure Rural Schools Program payments if voters of county approve local option levy or bond levy.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2153 Requires Oregon Business Development Department to establish voluntary registry for commercial interior designers.
    • HB 2155 Extends sunset for tax credit for qualified equity investment.
    • HB 2041 Establishes Certified Oregon Program in Oregon Business Development Department to certify for-profit and nonprofit businesses to use term "Certified Oregon" on products and labels, in advertising and media and for other purposes specified by rule.
    • HB 2012 Defines Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Region.
    • Note: The agenda has been revised to add a Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for HB 3374.
Education
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • Sherwood High School Coding Program
      Terrill Smith
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2763 Establishes Accomplished Teaching Program within Department of Education to encourage and assist teachers in earning national board certification.
    • HB 3138 Allows school district and post-secondary institutions of education to apply for funding to form K-20 partnership.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2997 Provides for distribution of amounts collected upon conviction for violation of compulsory attendance laws.
    • HB 3029 Increases compulsory school age from six to seven years of age.
    • Note change: Work Session for HB 3352, Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for HB 2530, and Public Hearing and Work Session for HB 2529 were removed from the agenda.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • Workgroup Update - Ballot Measure 98
      Rep. Barbara Smith Warner, House District 45
      Rep. Carl Wilson, House District 3
  • Public Hearing
    • HJR 28 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to require Legislative Assembly, in each odd-numbered year regular session, to appropriate moneys to fund public education before passing any other budget bill.
    • HB 3340 Requires Department of Education to develop and provide to public high schools written materials regarding apprenticeship opportunities.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • Education Programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
  • Work Session
    • HB 3352 Establishes Task Force on Funding for School Behavioral Health Support.
      HB 3352 is scheduled for the sole purpose of referral to the House Committee on Health Care.
    • Note change: Informational Meeting title was changed to Education Programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Work Session for HB 3352 was added to the agenda. Public Hearing for SJR 6 was removed from the agenda.
Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2020 Establishes Oregon Energy and Climate Board as oversight and advisory body for Oregon Department of Energy and Climate.
    • Note: HB 2020 is scheduled solely for the purpose of hearing testimony from the people who previously signed up to testify.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Update Cleaner Air Oregon
      Richard Whitman, Director, Department of Environmental Quality
      Lynn Saxton, Director, Oregon Health Authority
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2236 Requires Department of Environmental Quality to conduct study and develop recommendations related to emissions of air contaminants from industrial sources.
    • HB 2269 Modifies fee schedule for sources subject to federal operating permit program under Title V of federal Clean Air Act.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2722 Prohibits enforcement of condominium irrigation requirements by association of unit owners following finding or declaration of existing or likely drought conditions or adoption of certain rules by association.
    • HB 2954 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for purpose of upgrading Crescent Sanitary District sewer system.
    • HJM 5 Urges Congress to continue to appropriate funds for Hanford Nuclear Reservation cleanup, with specific focus on funding for remediation of ground water contamination.
    • Please note: this is a joint meeting with the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources. It is an optional meeting therefore committee member participation is not mandatory.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Rural Economies: Impacts and Opportunities
      Peter Weisberg, The Climate Trust
      Jim Walls, Lake County Resource Initiative
      Kyle Petrocine, Wallowa Resources

    • Environmental Justice Communities: Impacts and Opportunities
      Direlle Calica, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
      Alan Hipolito, Verde

  • Work Session
    • HB 2111 Prohibits inclusion of provisions prohibiting installation and use of solar panels for obtaining solar access in declaration or bylaws of planned community.
    • HB 2132 Expands purposes for which improvements may be made under local government financing program to include energy storage, smart electric vehicle charging stations and water efficiency.
    • HB 2133 Caps electricity generated by any single biomass facility that may be used to meet requirement that certain percentage of electricity in this state be electricity generated by small-scale renewable energy projects or biomass facilities.
    • HB 2343 Replaces requirements for State Department of Energy to complete biennial comprehensive energy plan and biennial energy forecast with requirement for department to complete biennial comprehensive energy report.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Tax Credit Review: 2017 Legislative Session
      Chris Allanch, Senior Economist, Legislative Revenue Office
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2072 Extends sunset for tax credit for biomass production or collection for all types of biomass.
    • HB 2074 Extends sunset for tax credit for energy conservation project.
    • HB 2680 Defines systems that use waste heat to produce energy as renewable energy production systems for which applicants may receive grants from State Department of Energy to install or construct.
    • HB 2681 Extends sunset for construction or installation of alternative energy devices.
    • HB 2760 Extends sunset for property tax exemption for alternative energy systems.
Health Care
    • Please note: HB 3276 is scheduled solely for the purpose of hearing testimony from the people who previously
      signed up to testify at the meeting on 3/24/2017.

  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3276 CARRIED OVER FROM 3/24/2017 AGENDA: Requires health benefit plan coverage of health services necessary to combat disease outbreak or epidemic.
    • HB 2931 Clarifies educational requirements for registration of behavior analysis interventionists.
    • HB 3085 Establishes Health Care Professional Training Fund.
    • HB 3261 Requires Oregon Health Authority, in collaboration with Office of Rural Health, to develop uniform application for all health care provider financial incentive programs and collect information from participants in programs.
    • HB 3345 For purposes of Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act, expands definition of "public place" to include common areas of commercial residential buildings and residential buildings with two or more rental units.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2114 Prohibits issuing initial prescription for opioids or opiates to adults for outpatient use in quantity exceeding seven-day supply.
    • HB 2388 Requires Department of Consumer and Business Services to deny, revoke or suspend authority of pharmacy benefit manager to conduct business in Oregon if pharmacy benefit manager fails to comply with applicable statutes, rules or orders.
    • Note change: HB 3276 has been carried over from the 3/24/2017 agenda. HB 3341 has been removed from the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3086 Requires health benefit plan to reimburse cost of treatment for HIV-associated lipodystrophy.
    • HB 3268 Repeals provisions directing Public Utility Commission to administer residential telecommunication service program.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3292 Reinstates tax credit for long term care insurance premiums.
    • HB 3363 Changes term "osteopath" to "osteopathic physician." Clarifies that doctors of osteopathic medicine practice medicine as physicians.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2339 Prohibits health care provider or participating health care facility from balance billing patient covered by health benefit plan or health care service contract for services provided at participating health care facility.
    • HB 2882 Requires governing body of coordinated care organization to include representative from at least one dental care organization that serves members of coordinated care organization.
    • Note change: The work session for HB 3341 has been removed from the agenda.
3/31/2017 8:00 AM, HR E - No Meeting Scheduled
Higher Education and Workforce Development
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2862 Allocates $350,000 to Nursing Faculty Loan Repayment Program.
    • HB 2929 Directs State Treasurer to establish student loan refinancing guarantee pilot program.
    • HB 3240 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to establish Homeownership Grants for Grads Program to provide grants to individuals who are first-time home buyers and who have obtained post-secondary degrees.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2729 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to work regularly with public universities and community colleges to analyze and evaluate effectiveness of previously adopted open educational resources and to increase number of open educational resources used in courses.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2864 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03/23/2017 MEETING: Requires each community college and public university to establish cultural competency oversight committee.

    • Note change: HB 2864 has been carried over.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3335 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to develop plan for enabling community colleges to offer associate's degree completed in coordination with credits earned in apprenticeship or training program.
    • HB 3003 Requires each community college that receives state moneys for purpose of providing specific workforce development training to complete and return to Higher Education Coordinating Commission form detailing how moneys were used by community college and degree to which moneys achieved purpose for which moneys were expended.
    • HB 3288 Requires each public institution of higher education to submit annual report containing information about noninstructional staff employed by institution to Higher Education Coordinating Commission.
    • HB 2965 Establishes Task Force on Workforce Development for People with Disabilities.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2531 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to State Workforce Investment Board for Worksystems, Inc.
    • HB 3289 Establishes the Task Force on Competency-Based Education.
    • HB 3290 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to recognize and endorse online, competency-based education as important component of Oregon's system of higher education and to select regionally accredited nonprofit online baccalaureate degree granting institution of higher education to work with and to integrate programs and services of institution into Oregon's higher education policy and strategy.
Human Services and Housing
  • Informational Meeting
    • Hunger in Oregon
      TBD
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2881 Appropriates moneys to Department of Human Services for Oregon Hunger Response Fund program services.
    • HB 3398 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services to fund Hunger Task Force.
    • HB 2534 Establishes Community Leverage Fund.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3160 Permits persons who have limited vision to carry and use white canes on highways and other public places.
    • HB 2930 Requires Department of Human Services and law enforcement agency to make efforts to determine military status of parents or guardians of child who is subject of report of child abuse.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2011 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to administer study to assess disparities between federal and local calculations of fair market rent.
    • HB 2315 Provides that corporate excise tax credit allowed to lenders that finance affordable housing is not barred by receipt of housing vouchers by tenants.
    • HB 2685 Requires Department of Human Services or designee of department to offer adult with intellectual or developmental disability who qualifies for comprehensive services at least one placement other than congregate living arrangement.
    • HB 2401 Requires Department of Human Services and Department of Justice to provide trauma-informed training and curriculum to child welfare personnel.
    • HB 2919 Requires certain facilities providing residential accommodations for persons 55 years of age or older to notify Oregon Health Authority prior to providing food services for residents.
    • HB 2959 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Human Services to administer general assistance project.
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2986 Modifies provisions relating to administration of estates.
    • HB 3047 Creates exception allowing use of unmanned aircraft system capable of firing projectile in certain circumstances.
    • HB 3049 Provides that person may not operate unmanned aircraft system so that unmanned aircraft system hovers over privately owned premises of another for more than 60 seconds.
    • HB 3279 Modifies definition of "labor contractor" to include property services contractor.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2896 Provides that court may not issue warrant or impose sanction of confinement for contempt that results from defendant's failure to comply with judgment debtor examination or written interrogatories.
    • HJR 13 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution providing that law authorizing police officer to ask person if person is in possession of firearm is not law violating right of people against unreasonable search or seizure.
    • HB 2920 Provides that judgment debtor or other person may move court for order declaring that money award has been satisfied or for determination of amount necessary to satisfy money award 10 days after requesting that judgment creditor file satisfaction document.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2250 Modifies deadlines by which Department of Corrections must submit proposed and revised inmate release plans to State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision.
    • HB 2598 Expands offense of vehicular assault to include contact with motorcycle, motorcycle operator or motorcycle passenger.
    • HB 2579 Requires Oregon Youth Authority to supervise person who completes Department of Corrections incarceration sentence in physical custody of authority.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2732 Provides that person who enters motor vehicle to remove child or animal in imminent danger of suffering harm is not subject to criminal or civil liability if person meets certain requirements.
    • HB 2625 Provides that forfeiture petition may be filed for animal impounded pending outcome of animal crime even if specific animal is not named in charging instrument.
    • HB 2637 Creates crime of animal abuse in third degree.
    • HB 3177 Allows seizure, constructive possession and forfeiture of hens and chicks used in connection with cockfighting operation.
    • HB 3282 Removes psittacines not bred and maintained commercially from definition of "livestock" used for laws regarding offenses committed against animals, interference with livestock production, unlawful possession of iodine matrix and dogs chasing livestock.
    • HB 3283 Amends findings by Legislative Assembly regarding provision of care and treatment for impounded or seized animals.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2322 Renames position of State Medical Examiner to Chief Medical Examiner.
    • HB 2472 Directs State Medical Examiner to assume counties' responsibilities related to death investigations.
    • HB 2992 Requires school district board and public charter school governing body to adopt and implement policy that requires volunteers to undergo criminal records check.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2616 Requires court in juvenile delinquency proceeding to advise youth, and parent or guardian of youth, of youth's right to counsel.
    • HB 2355 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to develop method for recording data concerning officer-initiated pedestrian and traffic stops.
    • HB 2955 Provides that person commits crime of strangulation if person knowingly impedes normal breathing or circulation of another person by applying pressure to chest of other person.
    • HB 2972 Prohibits public university, community college or Oregon-based private university or college to use threat of student discipline or other sanction to influence decision of victim of alleged incident of sexual assault, domestic violence or stalking regarding whether to report alleged incident or participate in investigation or adjudication of alleged incident.
    • HB 2988 Increases penalty for crime of harassment if offense consists of subjecting another person to offensive physical contact and is committed in immediate presence of or witnessed by minor child in specified circumstances.
    • HB 3176 Authorizes court, when imposing sentence, to consider whether defendant committed crime while being commanded or urged by, or under pressure or influence from, person who has committed domestic violence against defendant.

    • Note change: HB 2955, HB 2972, HB 2988 and HB 3176 have been added.
Revenue
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3298 Creates refundable personal income tax credit for mortgage interest payments made for taxpayer's principal residence.
    • HB 2978 Authorizes adoption by taxing district of ordinance that exempts stated dollar amount of assessed value of real property from operating taxes or local option taxes of taxing district.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2270 Extends privilege taxes on merchantable forest products harvested on forestlands.
    • HB 2466 Imposes tax on harvest of timber from forestlands in Oregon of $10 per thousand feet, board measure, to fund fire suppression, to fund watershed conservation and for distribution to counties.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 251 Decreases amount of lottery prize payment above which Oregon State Lottery Commission must withhold personal income tax for payment to Department of Revenue.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3291 Directs Oregon Department of Administrative Services, in coordination with Legislative Fiscal Officer and Legislative Revenue Officer, to prepare biennial budget stress test report that estimates effects on state finances of hypothetical negative economic conditions.
    • HB 3171 Provides that additional taxes upon disqualification from certain special assessment programs may not be imposed on land if, at time of disqualification, such land is public property that was leased or rented to taxable owner and reason for disqualification is termination of lease under which land was assessed.
  • Work Session
    • HJR 9 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to allow district that is surviving or successor district following merger of union high school district and common school district to maintain respective permanent limit of each taxing district before merger for purposes of imposing ad valorem property taxes.
    • HB 2859 Creates or adjusts sunset dates for certain property tax expenditure provisions.
    • HB 3180 Authorizes Department of Revenue and units of local government to disclose to each other information related to administration of transient lodging tax laws.
    • HB 2274 For purposes of corporate tax apportionment calculations, replaces sales factor with receipts factor.
    • HB 2400 Authorizes any state agency or department to enter into agreements with any political subdivision for collection, enforcement, administration and distribution of local transient lodging taxes of such political subdivision.
    • Please Note: The HB 2400 Work Session has been added to the Agenda
Rules
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2225 Requires state agency to report to Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services when any budgeted position is vacant for six months.
    • HB 2333 Allows state agency that is unable to sell state real property or equitable interest in state real property, after following certain procedures for sale, to continuously offer real property or equitable interest for sale using any means state agency considers appropriate.
    • HB 2946 Expands definition of "state agency" for purposes of Oregon transparency website.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2298 Requires that all candidates who will appear on primary or general election ballot file statements of economic interest.
    • HB 2577 Requires lobbyist statements filed with Oregon Government Ethics Commission to identify each bill or measure introduced before Legislative Assembly lobbyist lobbied on, whether lobbyist lobbied in favor or in opposition to bill or measure, each legislative topic that was not bill or measure that lobbyist lobbied on, each person or entity that hired lobbyist and how much moneys person or entity paid lobbyist.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Transportation Policy
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2083 Extends sunset for tax credits for transportation projects.
    • HB 2293 Creates penalty for unbonded or unlicensed sale or distribution of use fuel.
    • HB 3119 Establishes procedure for automated motor vehicle manufacturer to submit certificate of compliance to Department of Transportation.
    • HB 2596 Specifies decreased vehicle registration fee for truck tractor used exclusively to tow travel trailer for personal use.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2464 Eliminates caps on number of subject vehicles eligible to participate in road usage charge program.
    • HB 2667 Establishes Task Force on Vision Zero: Achieving Zero Traffic Crashes, Injuries and Fatalities.
    • HB 2922 Increases surcharge collected for issuance of Crater Lake National Park registration plates.
3/31/2017 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
4/7/2017 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
    • This agenda will be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Emergency Preparedness
      Andrew Phelps, Director, Oregon Emergency Deparment, Oregon Military Department
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2574 Directs Office of Emergency Management to identify strategies for improving access to emergency preparedness education.
    • HB 2886 Directs Office of Emergency Management to develop and implement strategy to construct infrastructure in appropriate public places to serve as staging areas for response to and recovery from large-scale emergency.
    • HB 2983 Creates Task Force on Disaster Response and Recovery.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Veterans Support Services
      Sherrone Blaisi, Audit Manager, Oregon Audits Division
      Karen Peterson, Principal Auditor, Oregon Audits Division
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HCR 11 Recognizes and honors Sergeant Ronald W. Burkhart (1949-1968) for his service to his country.
    • HCR 22 Recognizes and honors Corporal Robert "Bobby" Leon Jones (1983-2006) for his service to his country.
    • HJM 6 Urges Congress to change funding of veterans' health care from discretionary entitlement to permanent and direct entitlement.
    • HJM 10 Urges President and Congress to enact and sign legislation that extends certain benefits to Reserve and National Guard units deployed under 10 U.S.C. 12304b that are comparable to benefits received by Reserve and National Guard units under other mobilization authority.
    • HB 3174 Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to develop and implement one or more pilot programs statewide to provide training, job placement services, financial assistance, technical support and business creation assistance to veterans in construction and construction materials industries.
Joint
Legislative Administration
    • Speaker Kotek will be presiding.
  • Organizational Meeting
    • Adoption of Committee Rules
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • Legislative Branch Building Use Policy
      Legislative Branch Contracting Rules
      Oregon State Capitol Foundation Appointment
  • Informational Meeting
    • Update on the Capitol Accessibility, Maintenance and Safety Project
Legislative Information Management and Technology
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 87 Relating to quality management services for information technology initiatives - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
    • SB 90 A Relating to information technology security - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY

      These bills will be scheduled for public testimony at a future date
  • Informational Meeting

    • Department of Justice Information Technology Overview

    • Oregon State Police Information Technology Overview
Marijuana Regulation
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2556 Restricts sale and delivery of marijuana paraphernalia.

Transportation Preservation and Modernization
  • Informational Meeting
    • Report from Traffic Congestion and Freight Mobility work group






















    • ***Invited Testimony Only***
  • Informational Meeting
    • Transportation Revenue Options
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Education
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5524 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5524 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5524 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5524 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On General Government
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5536 Secretary of State - PUBLIC TESTIMONY (CARRY OVER)
  • Informational Meeting
    • State Lottery Overview - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5017 Legislative Agencies - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5017 Legislative Agencies - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5017 Legislative Agencies - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Human Services
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Department of Human Services
      Vocational Rehabilitation

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Department of Human Services
      Aging and People with Disabilities
      Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
      Vocational Rehabilitation

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY - Testimony may be limited to 2-3 minutes per person
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5526 Department of Human Services
      Self-Sufficiency

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5010 Department of Fish and Wildlife - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5010 Department of Fish and Wildlife - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5010 Department of Fish and Wildlife - PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Public Safety
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5515 District Attorneys and their Deputies - PUBLIC HEARING and PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Public Defense Services Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Public Defense Services Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Public Defense Services Commission - PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5540 Department of Transportation

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5540 Department of Transportation

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5019 Oregon Liquor Control Commission

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5019 Oregon Liquor Control Commission

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY