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Senate
Business and Transportation
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2089 Allows liquor stores and distillery retail outlet agents to sell vermouth.
    • HB 2091 A Authorizes Public Utility Commission to use universal service fund moneys to encourage broadband service availability and to provide support to telecommunications carriers that provide both basic telephone service and broadband service.
    • HB 2160 A Increases number of nonmanufacturing locations at which brewery-public house licensee may conduct authorized sales activities.
    • HB 2317 A Increases term of member of State Mortuary and Cemetery Board from three years to four years.
    • HB 2325 Modifies initial terms of office for members of Travel Information Council so that no more than three terms expire on same date.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2161 A Provides that amendments to bylaws of credit union are automatically effective unless disapproved by Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • HB 2242 Restricts business development project to projects that result in, aid, promote or facilitate development of traded sector activities.
    • HB 2291 A Allows weighmaster or motor carrier enforcement officer to enforce law prohibiting illegal alteration or display of registration plate.
    • HB 2292 Changes defined term "rail fixed guideway system" to "rail fixed guideway public transportation system."
      Directs Department of Transportation to take certain actions related to state safety oversight program of rail fixed guideway public transportation systems.
    • HB 2346 A Directs insured institution or credit union to accept declaration rather than affidavit from Department of Human Services or Oregon Health Authority to pay claim on death of depositor.
Education
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2565 Changes how priority enrollment system is applied to continuing qualified students and new qualified students.
    • HB 2147 A Requires each post-secondary institution of education to provide Department of Education and Higher Education Coordinating Commission with number of Oregon high school graduates from each school district enrolled at institution and graduation rate at institution for Oregon high school graduates from each school district.
    • HB 2314 A Permits Higher Education Coordinating Commission to establish by rule minimum hourly training requirement or student proficiency-based training requirement standards required for graduating from hair design, barbering, esthetics or nail technology schools.
    • HB 2457 A Alters process for resolving student complaints against certain schools.
4/27/2017 3:00 PM, HR C - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2399 Establishes Condon Collection at University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History as official depository for any material of paleontological nature that may come into possession of State of Oregon.
    • HB 2219 A Encourages school districts and public charter schools to offer students courses or other educational opportunities in civics.
    • HB 2220 Removes certain requirements veterans must meet prior to receiving high school diploma.
    • HB 2229 A Encourages school districts and public charter schools to offer students courses or other educational opportunities in financial literacy.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2266 A Allows unexpended and unobligated balance in Oregon Hatchery Research Center Fund to remain in fund.
    • HB 2576 A Exempts from wildlife trafficking prevention program sale of covered animal species part or product by or to bona fide scientific or educational institution when sale entered into before July 1, 2017.
    • HB 3116 A Allows producer to sell candled eggs designated as ungraded under limited circumstances.

    • Note change: HB 2525 A has been removed.

  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2331 Extends until January 2, 2025, sunset for Oregon Department of Administrative Services program to make compressed natural gas available for use in motor vehicles.
    • HB 2748 A Modifies sources of moneys deposited in Residential Solid Fuel Heating Air Quality Improvement Fund.
    • HB 2566 A Extends age range of youth eligible to participate in youth hunter mentoring program to persons between nine and 16 years of age.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2256 A Makes dietary supplements, as defined, food for purposes of Oregon Food Law and laws regulating sanitation for food and food establishments.
    • HB 2364 Corrects inaccurate statutory reference.
    • HB 2533 A Eliminates State Department of Agriculture bee colony registration fee for colonies having primary purpose of producing new queens or workers to start new colony or add to existing colony.

    • Note change: HB 2566 A has been added. HJM 5 A and HB 3116 A have been removed.

  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2316 Requires city with population of less than 25,000 to determine estimated housing need for 20-year period, inventory buildable land and adopt measures as part of periodic or legislative review of comprehensive plan.
    • HB 3055 Modifies authority to use property line adjustment on certain units of land established by subdivision or partition authorized by waiver.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2266 A Allows unexpended and unobligated balance in Oregon Hatchery Research Center Fund to remain in fund.
    • HB 2576 A Exempts from wildlife trafficking prevention program sale of covered animal species part or product by or to bona fide scientific or educational institution when sale entered into before July 1, 2017.
    • HB 3116 A Allows producer to sell candled eggs designated as ungraded under limited circumstances.

    • Note change: HB 2525 A has been removed.

Finance and Revenue
  • Work Session
    • SB 845 Carried Over from 4-18 Agenda Changes distribution of moneys collected by Department of Revenue as tax imposed on retail sale of marijuana items.
    • SB 153 Conforms to federal law excise tax reporting requirements applicable to insurers by requiring taxpayer to file single consolidated state return and by measuring taxpayer income based on starting point of federal taxable income.
    • SB 378 Adds Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association to list of entities eligible for individual income tax return checkoff contribution.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2833 Makes technical corrections and clarifications in statutes governing exemption of property in enterprise zones.
    • HB 2273 Provides for alternative methods of allocation and apportionment of business income of taxpayer if standard provisions do not fairly represent extent of business activity in state of taxpayers engaged in particular industry or in particular type of transaction or activity.
    • HB 2275 For purposes of corporate tax apportionment, redefines income subject to apportionment to align with Multistate Tax Commission model.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2244 A Permits Oregon Film and Video Office to deduct from labor rebate amounts spent on workforce development and educational efforts for qualifying film production.
    • HB 2279 Transfers to Department of Revenue sole authority for examining and registering property appraisers and setting education and experience requirements.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 596 Increases ceiling amount of total assessed value of taxable personal property for purposes of exemption from property taxation.
    • SB 164 FOR PURPOSES OF CONSIDERING AMENDMENT
      Provides for taxpayer election of reduced tax rate for certain pass-through nonpassive income on original or amended tax return.
    • PLEASE NOTE: Public Hearing & Work Session for SB 164 have been added to the agenda
4/27/2017 8:30 AM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
General Government and Accountability
4/24/2017 1:00 PM, HR C - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing
    • 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.
Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2301 A Specifies circumstances under which Health Licensing Office is required or permitted to disclose information obtained during investigation of certain professions.
    • HB 2397 A Changes name of Public Health Advisory Committee to Public Health and Pharmacy Formulary Advisory Committee.
    • HB 2432 A Directs Health Licensing Office to issue license to engage in practice of art therapy to qualified applicant.
    • HB 2114 A Directs Oregon Medical Board, Oregon State Board of Nursing and Oregon Board of Dentistry to provide licensees of boards with opioid and opiate prescribing guidelines and recommendations established by association of licensee practitioners.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
      Health Policy Institute Study:
      Projected Supply of Dentists and Access to Dental Care in Oregon

      Dr. Marko Vujicic, Chief Economist and Vice President,
      American Dental Association/Health Policy Institute
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2675 Requires community health improvement plans adopted by coordinated care organizations and community advisory councils to focus on and develop strategy for integrating physical, behavioral and oral health care services.
    • HB 2339 A 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 2388 A Allows Department of Consumer and Business Services to deny, revoke or suspend registration of pharmacy benefit manager if pharmacy benefit manager engages in specified conduct.
    • HB 2340 A Authorizes Department of Consumer and Business Services to permit insurer that discontinued offering health benefit plans in service area less than five years previously to resume offering health benefit plans in service area.
    • HB 2341 A Updates Insurance Code provisions applicable to health insurance in accordance with federal requirements.

    • Note Change: HB 2675 has been added to this agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3404 A Requires children under two years of age to be properly secured in car seat in rear-facing position.
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited testimony only
      Stroke Advisory Committee
      Theodore Lowenkopf, M.D., Medical Director, Providence Stroke Center, and Chair, Oregon State
      Care Committee
      Martin Gizzi, M.D., Ph.D., Director of Neurology, Legacy Health, and member, Oregon State Stroke
      Care Committee



Human Services
  • Work Session
    • HJM 4 Urges Congress to pass RAISE Family Caregivers Act.
    • HB 2216 A Requires Department of Human Services to adopt rules to establish Oregon Foster Children's Sibling Bill of Rights.
    • HB 2344 A Modifies qualifications and requirements for unmarried person who is at least 16 years of age and not older than 20 years of age to participate in independent living programs in independent residence facilities.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2123 Limits number of voting members of Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board serving on ad hoc committees established by board to less than quorum.
    • HB 2302 Permits Oregon Health Authority staff to apply for additional state or federal benefits on behalf of Oregon State Hospital patients who will be discharged.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2347 Extends for two years Department of Human Services' authority to prescribe employability assessment and orientation process for job opportunity and basic skills program and limit number of participants and activities of participants in program; to require single parent of child under two years of age to participate in job opportunity and basic skills program; to deny request of recipient in temporary assistance for needy families program to enroll in educational institution as allowable work act
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3160 A Permits persons who have limited vision to carry and use white canes on highways and other public places.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2123 Limits number of voting members of Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board serving on ad hoc committees established by board to less than quorum.
    • HB 2302 Permits Oregon Health Authority staff to apply for additional state or federal benefits on behalf of Oregon State Hospital patients who will be discharged.

    • Note change: HB 2347, HB 2123 and HB 2302 have been added to this agenda.
Judiciary
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2307 Provides that certified evaluator who conducts court-ordered evaluation of criminal defendant concerning issue of insanity is not obligated to evaluate defendant's fitness to proceed unless issue of defendant's fitness to proceed arises during evaluation.
    • HB 2309 A Provides that progress reports of defendants lacking fitness to proceed who have been committed to state mental hospital or facility for treatment may consist of updates to original examination reports or evaluations.
    • HB 2619 Permits pawnbroker to notify pledgor by electronic mail or other electronic means that pledge is at risk of forfeiture if pledgor agrees in writing to notification method.
    • HB 2972 A Prohibits public university, community college or Oregon-based private university or college to use threat or imposition 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.
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2357 Extends provisions relating to contempt of court by corporations to other entities that are not natural persons.
    • HB 2358 A Increases charitable gaming maximum prize value for bingo or lotto games.
    • HB 2611 Subject to collective bargaining agreement or employment agreement, requires law enforcement unit that hires police or corrections officer originally hired by another law enforcement unit, upon written request of original employing law enforcement unit, to reimburse original employing law enforcement unit for certain expenses incurred by original employing law enforcement unit.
    • HB 2618 A Increases certain fees collected by sheriffs.
    • HB 2777 Authorizes mass transit districts to establish administrative process to adjudicate certain ordinance violations.
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2294 Adds persons representing public to policy committees established by Board on Public Safety Standards and Training.
    • HB 2594 Allows nonimmigrant authorized to enter United States under Compact of Free Association to be law enforcement officer.
    • HB 2608 Modifies applicability of previous amendments to Oregon Uniform Trust Code.
    • HB 2610 Specifies methods by which persons may sign and transfer corporation's documents in electronic form.
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2248 A Extends sunset date on temporary law authorizing Oregon Youth Authority and county juvenile departments to disclose and provide copies of reports and other materials relating to child, ward, youth or youth offender's history and prognosis to Department of Corrections for purpose of exercising custody or supervising person committed to department's legal and physical custody.
    • HB 2249 Authorizes Department of Corrections to enter into agreements or arrangements with counties to provide supplemental funding for reentry support and services for offenders released before attaining 25 years of age.
    • HB 2250 A Directs Department of Corrections to adopt rules establishing deadlines by which department must submit proposed and revised inmate release plans to State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision.
    • HB 2253 Provides that Department of Corrections inmate may perform electrical or plumbing work if supervised by licensed electrician or plumber who is employee of Oregon Corrections Enterprises.
    • HB 2334 Establishes Juvenile Corrections Population Forecast Advisory Committee to assist Oregon Department of Administrative Services in preparing projections of juvenile offender populations.
Rules
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 27 Recognizes 2016 Oregon Women of Achievement for outstanding leadership and service to people of Oregon.
    • HCR 2 Recognizes and honors Chief Daniel K. Duncan (1955-2010) for his service to this state.
    • HCR 4 Recognizes and honors Deputy Alice Mae Baker Moran (1934-1971) for her service to this state.
    • HCR 5 Recognizes and honors Deputy Thomas Ernest Rice (1956-2002) for his service to this state.
    • HCR 12 Honors and commends Oregon State Police Fallen Trooper Memorial dedication ceremony.
    • HCR 15 A Recognizes and honors Oregon State Police Trooper William Thomas Levinson (1925-1950) for his service to this state.
    • Note: Reappointments are not required to appear unless otherwise indicated.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session (Executive Appointment)
    • Oregon Board of Accountancy
      • Candance Fronk *
    • Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board
      • Brian Brooks
    • Building Codes Structures Board
      • William Schmidt
    • Oregon Criminal Justice Commission
      • Robert Bovett *
      • Kiki Parker-Rose *
    • Oregon Board of Dentistry
      • Charles Dunn
      • Hai Pham
    • Electrical and Elevator Board
      • Heather Miller *
    • Environmental Quality Commission
      • Kathleen George
      • Molly Kile
      • Robert Mosby
    • Oregon Government Ethics Commission
      • David Fiskum
    • Oregon Housing Stability Council
      • Gerardo Sandoval
    • Oregon State Lottery Commission
      • Christine Telfer *
    • Oregon Board of Maritime Pilots
      • Leslie Goss
    • Oregon Medical Board
      • Kathleen Harder
      • Cheryl Pereira
    • Ocean Policy Advisory Council
      • Jena Carter *
      • Walter Chuck Jr *
    • Board of Trustees of Oregon Institute of Technology
      • William Goloski *
      • William Perry
    • Board of Trustees of Oregon State University
      • Michael Bailey *
      • Mark Baldwin *
      • Rani Borkar *
      • Julie Brim-Edwards *
      • Paul Kelly *
      • Kirk Schueler *
      • Michael Thorne *
    • State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision
      • Michael Hsu
    • Board of Trustees of Portland State University
      • Erica Bestpitch *
      • Maude Hines *
      • Thomas Imeson *
      • Irving Levin *
      • Christine Vernier *
    • Psychiatric Security Review Board
      • Shelly Casteel *
      • Anne Nichol
      • John Swetnam *
    • Board on Public Safety Standards and Training
      • Kristine Allison
      • Patricia Patrick-Joling *
      • Brian Wolfe *
    • Board of Trustees of Southern Oregon University
      • Sheila Clough
    • State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
      • John Evans
    • State Board of Tax Practitioners
      • Susan Gallagher-Smith *
    • Board of Trustees of University of Oregon
      • Peter Bragdon *
      • Rodolfo Chapa Jr *
      • Andrew Colas *
      • Joseph Gonyea III *
      • Charles Lillis *
      • Jimmy Murray
      • William Paustian *
    • Oregon Volunteers Commission for Voluntary Action & Service
      • Mila Buckland
      • Gary Carroll II
    • Workers' Compensation Board
      • Roger Ousey
    • State Workforce Investment Board
      • Anne Mersereau
      • Kristina Payne
  • Public Hearing
    • SJR 38 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to require two-thirds majority vote in favor in each chamber of Legislative Assembly to pass bills declaring emergency.
    • SJR 42 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to provide that every legislative measure must be introduced at request of Senator or Representative.
    • SB 665 Requires name of member or committee of Legislative Assembly requesting set of proposed amendments to legislative measure to be identified on proposed amendments.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2298 Requires that all candidates who will appear on primary or general election ballot file statements of economic interest.

    • Note Change: Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for HB 2298 has been added.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2100 A Provides that portion of U.S. Highway 20 shall be known as Oregon Medal of Honor Highway.
    • HCR 1 Designates certain cities as "Medal of Honor" communities or cities.
    • HCR 9 Recognizes and honors Technician Fifth Grade Robert Dale Maxwell for his long and faithful service to his state and country.
    • HCR 10 Commends Bend Heroes Foundation for its work in recognizing and honoring veterans.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2880 For purposes of determining which public buildings must comply with existing requirement to display Oregon State flag and National League of Families' POW/MIA flag, expands definition of "public building" to include all other county, municipal, school district and special district buildings upon which or near which it is customary and suitable to display United States flag.
    • HCR 3 Recognizes and honors Private James Herbert Rowden (1944-1966) and Private First Class John Wayne Rowden (1946-1968) for their service to their country.
    • HCR 6 Recognizes and honors Lance Corporal Dale G. Peterson (1986-2007) for his service to his country.
    • HCR 7 Recognizes and honors Sergeant David W. Johnson-DeFord (1967-2004) for his service to his country.
  • Public Hearing
    • 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.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Veterans' Caregivers
Workforce
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2192 Increases term of Workers' Compensation Management-Labor Advisory Committee members from two years to three years.
    • HB 2335 Permits Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services, at request of party to proceeding to close workers' compensation claim, to appoint as many as three members to panel of medical arbiters in accordance with criteria director sets by rule.
    • HB 2336 A Permits Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to appoint claims processing agent for self-insured employer or self-insured employer group that defaults or cancels employer's or group's certification or that director decertifies.
    • HB 2337 A Increases workers' compensation benefits for permanent total disability .
    • HB 2338 A Specifies only one monthly benefit rate for children of deceased worker and uniform duration of benefits for children under 19 years of age.

*=Reappointment
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 18 A Authorizes State Department of Agriculture to carry out duties, functions and powers regarding food safety to extent consistent with federal FDA Food Safety Modernization Act.
    • SB 372 A 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 A Requires State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt pilot program for urban deer population control.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Overview of Invasive Species in Oregon
      Oregon Invasive Species Council

    • Note change: An Informational Meeting has been added.
Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 96 A Requires broker-dealers and state investment advisers to maintain errors and omissions insurance policy in amount of at least $1 million as condition of state licensure.
    • SB 381 Requires certain notices related to real estate loans to be mailed to all addresses on file for recipient, including post office boxes.
    • SB 330 Specifies changes to conditions under which insurer or supervising entity may terminate portable electronics insurance coverage.
    • SB 331 A Permits insurer in lieu of renewing policy to offer insured replacement policy if insurer provides notice to insured and insurance producer at least 45 days before date on which policy subject to renewal expires.
    • SB 134 A Subjects motor vehicle seller and buyer to certain conditions contingent on lender's agreement or failure to agree to purchase retail installment contract or lease agreement for motor vehicle.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 21 Authorizes Oregon Board of Accountancy to disclose confidential information to certain public entities.
    • SB 67 Defines "business day," "commingle" and "main office" for purposes of certain real estate statutes.
    • SB 85 Changes composition of Telecommunication Devices Access Program Advisory Committee.
    • 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.
Early Childhood and Family Supports
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Oregon 529 Savings Network
      Chelsea Brossard, Legislative Director, Oregon State Treasury
      Michael Parker, Executive Director, Oregon 529 Savings Network
Economic Development and Trade
4/24/2017 8:00 AM, HR B - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 677 A Establishes standards for establishment of cider businesses on land zoned for exclusive farm use or on land zoned for mixed farm and forest use.

Education
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • AVID: Success in Closing Oregon's Achievement Gap by Supporting All Oregon Students in their Career and College Readiness Path
      Dr. Sandy Husk, Chief Executive Officer, AVID
      Dr. Lee Vargas, Executive Vice President, AVID
      Melissa Cole, Oregon State Director, AVID
      Jason Gundlach, teacher; AVID Site Coordinator, Adam Stephens Middle School, Salem-Keizer School District
      JazzMyn Thomas, student, Sprague High School, Salem-Keizer School District; scholar, Dell Scholars Program
      Sarah Bucholz, AVID Coordinator, Sprague High School, Salem-Keizer School District
      Matt Thatcher, Principal, Cascade Senior High School, Cascade School District
      Ken Parshall, Principal, Warm Springs K-8 Academy, Jefferson County School District; incoming Superintendent,
      Jefferson County School District

    • Note change: Presenters' names were added to the agenda.
4/26/2017 3:00 PM, HR F - No Meeting Scheduled
Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 19 A Updates descriptions and allowed quantities of oxygenates in gasoline for sale at wholesale or retail in this state.
    • SB 328 Makes biomass facilities that registered with Western Renewable Energy Generation Information System on or after January 1, 2011, eligible for renewable energy certificates.
    • SB 812 Modifies grant agreement requirements for Department of Environmental Quality grants to low-interest loan programs for on-site septic system repairs, replacements, upgrades and evaluations.
Health Care
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 72 Removes outdated application requirement for certain nurses applying to Oregon State Board of Nursing for authority to dispense prescription drugs.
    • SB 73 Directs Oregon State Board of Nursing to adopt rules related to renewal of licenses and certificates for nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and certified registered nurse anesthetists.
    • SB 74 Permits registered nurses and licensed practical nurses to execute medical treatment orders from certain other nurses and licensed health care providers.
    • SB 269 Permits nonresident nurses to practice in Oregon if staffing school-sponsored event.
    • SB 754 A Creates offense of selling tobacco products or inhalant delivery systems to person under 21 years of age.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
      Health Policy Institute Study:
      Projected Supply of Dentists and Access to Dental Care in Oregon
      Dr. Marko Vujicic, Chief Economist and Vice-President,
      American Dental Association/Health Policy Institute
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 46 Removes authority of Department of Consumer and Business Services to enforce specified health benefit plan coverage requirements applicable to Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board.
    • SB 271 Modifies definition of small employer for purposes of group health benefit plans.
    • SB 367 A Permits health care provider to disclose protected health information of inmate of correctional facility to physician of employee of correctional facility who is exposed to bodily fluids of inmate if exposure is substantial and inmate has tested positive for HIV, hepatitis B or C or other communicable disease.
    • SB 561 A Exempts from prohibition on practice of dentistry and dental hygiene without valid license students of dentistry and dental hygiene engaged in certain clinical studies performed under indirect supervision of dental faculty member.
Higher Education and Workforce Development
  • Work Session
    • SB 41 A Authorizes Employment Department to disclose information in department records to public universities and Oregon Health and Science University to extent necessary to carry out planning, performance measurement, program analysis, socioeconomic analysis or policy analysis functions.

      Senate Bill 41 A is scheduled solely for the purpose of moving it to the House Committee on Business and Labor.
    • SB 203 Defines two unique service areas for Columbia Gorge Community College District and Southwestern Oregon Community College District.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 274 A Requires each post-secondary educational institution that provides housing for students to provide to each student enrolling or registering at institution for first time information on vaccine-preventable diseases known to occur in individuals between 16 and 21 years of age.
  • Informational Meeting
    • - Updates on implementation of Oregon Promise program
    • - Report on affordable baccalaureate degree programs
  • Informational Meeting
    • - Higher Education capital construction presentations
  • Informational Meeting
    • - Higher Education capital construction presentations
Human Services and Housing
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 104 Modifies provisions relating to registry of persons who provide care in certain facilities.
    • SB 244 A Establishes notification requirements of Department of Human Services regarding reported or suspected abuses, deficiencies, violations or failures of child-caring agency to comply with full compliance requirements and regarding reports of suspected or substantiated abuse of child in care.
    • SB 245 Modifies definitions of "child" and "child-caring agency."
      Declares emergency, effective on passage.
    • SB 760 Removes requirement, for abuse reporting purposes, that contact between public or private official and abused person or abuser be while acting in official capacity.
    • SB 830 Changes definition of foster parent who is "current caretaker.".
    • SB 949 A Makes noncompetition agreement or certain covenant with home care worker voidable by home care worker.
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 490 Changes title of executive director of Oregon State Bar to chief executive officer of Oregon State Bar.
    • SB 491 Directs Supreme Court to appoint state professional responsibility board.
    • SB 492 Permits parties to judgment that contains spousal support award to request required exchange of certain documents without filing request for modification of judgment with court.
    • SB 522 A Authorizes person specified in family law judgment as court-ordered beneficiary to recover against third-party beneficiary named by obligor in separate civil action.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 5 Modifies laws related to student athlete agents.
    • SB 15 Expands authority of Superintendent of State Police to appoint Department of Corrections employees as special state police officers to assist in all department transport functions and duties.
    • SB 16 Prohibits Department of Corrections facilitated dialogue or responsibility letter bank program facilitator, advisory committee member or staff person from being compelled to testify or produce evidence concerning facilitated dialogue and responsibility letter bank program communications, except as provided by department rule.
    • SB 82 Sets forth state policy specifying that sanctions and punishment for violation of rules regulating conduct of youth offenders and other persons placed in physical custody of Oregon Youth Authority may not include placing youth offender or others in custody of youth authority alone in locked room.
    • SB 184 Authorizes Department of Corrections to establish program for selling inmate handicrafts.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 63 Removes requirement that Psychiatric Security Review Board or Oregon Health Authority notify court or juvenile department of hearing concerning commitment of person found guilty except for insanity or youth found responsible except for insanity.
    • SB 66 A Requires court to notify person found guilty except for insanity of sex crime of obligation to report as sex offender.
    • SB 247 Changes term "deviate sexual intercourse" to "oral or anal sexual intercourse" for purposes of Oregon Criminal Code.
    • SB 249 A 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.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 34 Expands "move over law" to include any motor vehicle that is displaying warning or hazard lights or specific indications of distress.
    • SB 489 Eliminates obsolete terms and procedures in statutes relating to court records.
    • SB 769 A Provides that person may not dispose of, or transfer to another person for disposal, material or media that display Social Security number unless person, before disposing of material or media, makes Social Security number unreadable or unrecoverable or ensures that person that ultimately disposes of media or material makes Social Security number unreadable or unrecoverable.
    • SB 927 Provides that seller or lessor of law enforcement dog is not liable for product liability for harm caused by dog if law enforcement agency to which dog was sold or leased has begun or completed training dog using training program approved by law enforcement agency or accredited and recognized animal handling organization.


    • Note change: SB 76 A has been removed and SB 34 has been added.
Revenue
  • Work Session
    • HB 2409 A Permits city to issue citation for speeding using red light camera in conjunction with other technology that is capable of measuring speed.
    • HB 3296 Imposes tobacco products tax on tobacco substitute that contains nicotine but not tobacco and that is intended to be orally ingested by user.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 33 In computation by Department of Revenue of interest due on tax deficiency owed to department or refunds of tax owed by department, replaces rate based on month or partial month with annual percentage rate computed daily.
  • Work Session
    • 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 2088 Authorizes city to define "area" as city in which property is located, for purposes of certain ad valorem property taxation statutes.
Rules
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3361 Directs State Chief Information Officer to appoint Chief Data Officer to maintain web portal for publication of data of state agencies.
    • HB 3399 Requires State Chief Information Officer by rule to require contracting agency that undertakes information technology initiative to provide in solicitation documents and public contract that contractor that supplies electronic database or structured collection of electronically stored data must supply contracting agency with capability to export data in nonproprietary open format and to redact from data information that contracting agency may not disclose.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2101 Sunsets certain exemptions from disclosure for public records.
    • HB 2332 Extends suspension of requirement that state agencies attain 11-to-1 ratio of nonsupervisory employees to supervisory employees to 2017-2019 biennium.
  • Work Session
    • 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 2584 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/20/2017 AGENDA: Lists specified types of expenditures that are definitively considered to be made in coordination with candidates for purposes of determining whether expenditure is considered independent expenditure.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Transportation Policy
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 344 A Requires snowmobiles and certain all-terrain vehicles to cross highway at intersection or more than 100 feet from intersection.
    • SB 532 A Requires certain persons to not drive in far left lane unless passing.
  • Work Session
    • SB 35 A Increases threshold amount that must be met before person is required to submit motor vehicle accident report.
    • SB 36 Provides that Department of Transportation may waive skills test for person seeking motorcycle endorsement to operate three-wheeled motorcycle.
    • SB 37 A Modifies laws related to driving privileges.
    • SB 38 Directs Oregon Transportation Commission to reallocate moneys for transportation projects under certain circumstances.
    • SB 645 Expands definition of "vehicle of special interest" to include Humvees.
4/28/2017 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Emergency Preparedness
      Lori Sattenspiel, Interim Director of Legislative Services, Oregon School Boards Association
      Michael Elliott, School Facilities Coordinator, Oregon Department of Education
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 61 A Expands list of state agencies, entities and officials required to designate liaisons to coordinate emergency preparedness and response functions with Office of Emergency Management.
    • SB 62 Amends intrastate mutual assistance compact to require state government participation and allow tribal government participation.
Joint
Marijuana Regulation
  • Work Session
    • SB 1057 Provides Oregon Liquor Control Commission with additional power to enforce state marijuana laws.
    • Regarding SB 1057: Please note that the -23 amendments supercede the -22 amendments. This work session
      is being held for the purposes of introducing the new amendments.


  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 874 Directs marijuana businesses licensed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission, and persons performing work for or on behalf of licensees, to report violations of marijuana laws and rules to commission.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2198 Changes name of Oregon Liquor Control Commission to Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission.

    • Note Change: The Public Hearing for SB 1057 has been removed, and a Public Hearing for HB 2198 has been added.
Transportation Preservation and Modernization
4/24/2017 5:30 PM, HR F - No Meeting Scheduled
4/26/2017 5:30 PM, HR F - No Meeting Scheduled
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Education
  • Work Session
    • SB 5509 Board of Licensed Social Workers
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5524 Higher Education Coordinating Commission

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
      Completion of Public Testimony -- Only those who had previously signed up for testimony on this bill,
      but who did not provide testimony will be heard
  • Work Session
    • SB 5523 Health Related Licensing Boards Budget Bill
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 5531 Board of Medical Imaging Fee Bill

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On General Government
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5002 Department of Administrative Services - Office of the State Chief Information Officer

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Work Session
    • PERS 2016 Preliminary Earnings Crediting Follow-Up Report
    • SB 5538 Board of Tax Practitioners (ADDED)
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5534 Public Employees Retirement System - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Human Services
  • Work Session
    • Oregon Health Authority - report

    • Department of Human Services - report
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5026 Oregon Health Authority
      Behavioral Health System

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Informational Meeting
    • Behavioral Health Programs
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Public Safety
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5013 Judicial Department - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Work Session
    • OJD Report on Proposed Capital Improvement Project Changes (ADDED)
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5013 Judicial Department - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5031 Department of State Police - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Informational Meeting
    • Juvenile Dependency Representation - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5019 Oregon Liquor Control Commission
      Phase II

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5039 Department of Veterans' Affairs
      Phase II

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5039 Department of Veterans' Affairs
      Phase II

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5007 Employment Department
      Phase II

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY