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Senate
Business and Transportation
  • Work Session
    • HB 2975 A Authorizes court to award retail customers of vehicle dealers statutory damages under certain circumstances.
    • HB 3305 A Includes travel trailers as vehicles that are subject to state's "lemon law."
      Declares emergency, effective on passage.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2750 B Modifies laws related to interstate bridges operated by local governments.
    • HB 3268 A Extends sunset on provisions directing Public Utility Commission to administer programs related to residential telecommunication services, including Oregon Lifeline program.

    • Note Change: HB 2975 A and HB 3268 A have been added.
Education
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3216 Directs Chief Education Office to conduct study for purpose of identifying practices that assist students in poverty families.
    • HB 3289 A Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to submit annual report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly that describes progress made in providing competency-based education in public post-secondary institutions of education.
    • HB 3293 A Provides that school district may not deny participation in interscholastic activities by student who attends public charter school.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2701 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Replaces ability of Higher Education Coordinating Commission to place career school on probation with ability of commission to issue career school notice for corrective action .
    • HB 3353 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Provides that when school district or prekindergarten program causes dental screening to be conducted of all students in one or more classrooms or in one or more grades where students are 14 years of age or younger, school district or prekindergarten program must provide students or parents or guardians of students opportunity to request not to participate in dental screening.
    • HB 3181 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Provides that statement from parent or guardian releasing student seven years of age or younger from requirement to submit certification that student received dental screening within previous 12 months must include explanation of reason that dental screening is burden for student or parent or guardian of student.
    • HB 3409 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Exempts from compulsory school attendance requirements children who are present in United States on nonimmigrant visa and who are attending private, accredited English language learner program in preparation for attending private high school or college.
    • HB 3029 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Allows parent or legal guardian of child whose sixth birthday occurred on or before September 1 immediately preceding beginning of current school year to delay enrolling child in public full-time school for one year for purpose of better meeting child's needs for cognitive, social or physical development.
    • HB 3267 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Directs school districts and public charter schools to waive high school diploma requirements that are not established by state law if student is or was foster child, homeless or runaway.
    • HB 2864 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Requires each community college and public university to establish process for recommending, and providing oversight for implementation of, cultural competency standards for institution and institution's employees.
    • HB 3340 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Requires Department of Education to develop and provide to public high schools written materials regarding apprenticeship opportunities.
    • HB 2956 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/23/2017 AGENDA: Directs Early Learning Council to conduct evaluation of Early Learning Hubs and submit report on evaluation each odd-numbered year.
    • HB 2013 Modifies requirements for preschool program administered by Early Learning Division.
    • HB 3351 Directs Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to prepare annual report related to duties, powers and functions of commission.
    • HB 3318 A Establishes procedures for conducting functional behavioral analysis and for developing, reviewing and revising behavior intervention plans for students with individualized education programs or 504 Plans.
    • HB 3423 A Exempts person serving in Oregon National Guard from requirement to enroll in community college courses within six months of attaining previous highest level of education in order to qualify for Oregon Promise grant, provided that person enrolls in community college courses within six months of completing initial active duty training.
    • HB 3358 A Directs Department of Education to convene advisory group related to English language learner programs.
    • HB 3170 A Extends collective bargaining rights to certain faculty members of public university with academic rather than administrative focus.
    • HB 3288 A Requires each public institution of higher education to submit report containing information about administrative positions and other cost drivers at institution to Joint Committee on Ways and Means as part of institution's budget presentation during each regular session of Legislative Assembly held during odd-numbered year.

    • Note change: HB 2701 A, HB 3353 A, HB 3181 A, HB 3409 A, HB 3029 A, HB 3267 A, HB 2864 A, HB 3340 A, and HB 2956 A have been carried over from the 5/23/2017 agenda.
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Solar Eclipse
      James Brau, Center for High Energy Physics, University of Oregon
6/8/2017 3:00 PM, HR C - Meeting Cancelled
  • Informational Meeting
    • SB 437 Establishes program by which moneys are deposited in education savings accounts for use by parents of qualified children to pay for certain educational expenses incurred from participating entities.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2099 A Changes water management and conservation plan approval condition for extension of time to construct works or perfect right for municipal use of water.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2027 A Prohibits person, public body or local service district from constructing bridge on Deschutes River within certain segments of Deschutes Scenic Waterway.
    • HB 2031 A Permits owner of Metolius resort site to apply to county for approval of small-scale recreation community within five years if owner meets certain requirements.
    • HB 2525 A Modifies requirements relating to donating game meat to charitable organizations.
    • HB 2711 A Imposes moratorium until December 31, 2027, on use of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas exploration and production.
    • 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 2730 A Makes golf course on high-value farmland meeting certain criteria conditional use in area zoned for exclusive farm use.
    • HB 2785 A Exempts from requirements of removal-fill laws removal or filling, or both, for establishment, repair, restoration or replacement of certain uses on lands zoned for exclusive farm use, forest use or mixed farm and forest use that were established on or before January 1, 2017.
    • HB 3006 A Requires State Forestry Department to identify Oregon-based contractors qualified to provide wildfire suppression equipment and post list of qualified contractors on website.
    • HB 3012 A Permits county to allow owner of lot or parcel of at least two acres zoned for rural residential uses to construct new single-family dwelling on lot or parcel if owner converts existing historic home to accessory dwelling unit.
    • HB 3245 A Permits city to authorize planning commission or hearings officer to conduct hearings and make decisions on applications for amendments to city comprehensive plan map.

    • Note change: House Bills 2027A, 2031A, 2525A, 2711A, 2722, 2730A, 2785A, 3006A, 3012A and 3245A have been added.

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



Finance and Revenue
5/29/2017 8:30 AM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3338 A Requires State Department of Agriculture to adopt rules governing posting of tax information by gas stations.
  • Work Session
    • SB 156 Requires Department of Revenue, in consultation with Department of Transportation, to determine quarterly amount of corporate minimum tax revenue attributable to Oregon sales of motor vehicle fuel and to pay amount over to State Treasurer for deposit in State Highway Fund.
    • SB 161 Requires Department of Revenue and Legislative Revenue Office to conduct review of statutory definition of "tax expenditure" as term applies to preparation of biennial tax expenditure report.
    • PLEASE NOTE: SB 161 has been added to the Agenda
General Government and Accountability
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2874 A Provides exemption from mandatory disclosure of electronic mail addresses that are in possession of offices of legislative department.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2190 Modifies definition of "social game" for purposes of regulation of gambling.

    • Note change: House Bills 2874A and 2190 have been added to the agenda.
Health Care
  • Work Session
    • HB 2339 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/25/2017 AGENDA: 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 2754 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/25/2017 AGENDA: Requires newborn child with hearing loss to be referred to health care provider for purpose of diagnosing whether newborn child has cytomegalovirus.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2342 A Authorizes Department of Consumer and Business Services to adopt rules not in compliance with state law governing health insurance if necessary due to change in federal law or decision by federal agency that Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services determines will cause imminent destabilization of insurance market and risk life or health of state residents.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2882 A Requires governing body of coordinated care organization to include representative from at least one dental care organization that serves members of coordinated care organization.
    • HB 2303 A Modifies date by which coordinated care organization must report to Oregon Health Authority proportion of total medical costs allocated to primary care.
    • HB 2838 A Requires Oregon Health Authority to take specific steps to improve assistance provided to individuals applying for or seeking to renew medical assistance eligibility.
    • HB 2103 Permits licensed nurse practitioners to perform vasectomies.
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited testimony only
      Chiropractic Treatment of Concussion
      Glen Zielinski, DC, DACNB, FACFN, CBIS
      Terry Porter
      Amelia Psmythe
      Keilah Shantz


    • Note Change: presenters have been updated.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
      Eligibility and Enrollment in the Oregon Health Plan
      Oregon Health Authority
      BethAnne Darby, Director, External Relations
      Jon Collins, Director, Office of Health Analytics

    • Note Change: an Informational Meeting has been added to this agenda.
Human Services
  • Work Session
    • HB 3262 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Requires Department of Human Services, in collaboration with other agencies, to adopt rules related to prescription of psychotropic medications to elderly persons and persons with disabilities.
    • HB 2004 A Prohibits landlord from terminating month-to-month tenancy without cause after first six months of occupancy except under certain circumstances with 90 days' written notice and payment of amount equal to one month's periodic rent.
    • 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

    • Note change: HB 3262 A has been carried over from the previous agenda.
Judiciary
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:15 AM.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2545 B Prohibits employer from requiring as condition of hiring or continued employment that person take deception detection examination.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2308 A Provides that in calculation of maximum period of commitment for defendant lacking fitness to proceed, defendant must receive credit for each day defendant is held in jail unless defendant is charged with certain offenses requiring mandatory minimum sentences.
    • HB 2597 A Renames offense of operating motor vehicle while using mobile communication device as offense of operating motor vehicle while using mobile electronic device.
    • HB 2360 A Modifies reporting obligation for sex offenders by requiring report within 10 days following change of residence.
    • HB 2633 A Clarifies that statutes regulating sexual abuse specific treatment apply to provision of sexual abuse specific treatment to any person.
    • HB 2732 A Provides that person who enters motor vehicle to remove child or domestic animal in imminent danger of suffering harm is not subject to criminal or civil liability if person meets certain requirements.
    • HB 2740 Increases age of trafficked person from 15 to 18 for crime of trafficking in persons for use in commercial sex act.
    • HB 2777 Authorizes mass transit districts to establish administrative process to adjudicate certain ordinance violations.
    • 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 3047 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 05/25/2017 AGENDA: Creates exception allowing use of unmanned aircraft system capable of firing bullet or projectile in certain circumstances.
    • HB 3242 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 05/25/2017 AGENDA: Requires peace officer to electronically record custodial interview with person under 18 years of age when investigating person felony, or allegation that person under 18 years of age committed act that if committed by adult would constitute person felony.
    • HB 3380 A Modifies eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program.
    • HB 3438 A Directs Department of Corrections to include in inmate release plan information concerning transitional housing or treatment programs to which inmate has been accepted.
    • HB 3446 A Provides that court has authority to enter judgment of conviction for Class A misdemeanor at any time after person has successfully completed sentence of probation if person was convicted of criminal driving while suspended or revoked and court makes certain findings.

    • Note change: HB 3047 A and HB 3242 A have been added.

    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.



    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.



    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas if needed.

      The meeting time is subject to change.

  • Field Trip
    • The Senate and House Judiciary committees will tour the Marion County Jail.
  • Field Trip
    • The Senate and House Judiciary committees will tour the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility.
Rules
5/29/2017 1:00 PM, HR B - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing and Work Session (Executive Appointment)
    • Ocean Policy Advisory Council
      • Kevin Dunn
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HCR 21 Commemorates 100th anniversary of Deschutes County's creation.
    • HB 2696 A Permits community college district measures relating to bonding to be included in state voters' pamphlet if certain conditions are met.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 494 A Establishes Advance Directive Adoption Committee for purpose of adopting form of advance directive to be used in this state.
      For consideration of the -11 amendments.
  • Work Session
    • SB 1062 Requires school districts, education service districts and public charter schools to adopt Healthy and Safe Schools Plan to address environmental conditions in facilities owned or leased by districts or schools where students or staff are present on regular basis.

    • Note Change: Work Session for SB 1062 has been added.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Work Session
    • HB 2933 Removes limitation on amount Oregon Infrastructure Finance Authority may grant for emergency projects.

    • Note change: House Bill 2933 has been added to the agenda
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

      If no measures are carried over to this agenda there will be no meeting.

Workforce
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2162 A Requires state contracting agency that awards public improvement contract with contract price of more than $5 million to require contractor to employ apprentices to perform 10 percent of work hours on public improvement that workers in apprenticeable occupations perform.
    • HB 2567 A Requires employers with 100 or more employees to provide 60 days' notice to employees and certain officials before ceasing operations, relocating or ordering mass layoff involving 50 or more employees.
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Work Session
    • SB 418 A Requires Director of Department of Land Conservation and Development, at city's request, to approve or remand sequential phases of work tasks related to potential amendment of urban growth boundary.
    • SB 1036 A Provides that certain activities are not considered surface mining and are exempt from surface mining permit requirements of State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 279 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Requires that notice of nonpayment of wages or compensation to employer include statement that payment of unpaid wages or compensation to employee within 12 days limits penalty to 100 percent of unpaid wages or compensation owed to employee.
  • Work Session
    • SB 299 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Allows employers to limit number of hours of sick time that employees may accrue per year.
    • SB 664 A Prohibits agency from imposing civil penalty on small business under certain circumstances.
    • SB 901 A Specifies that amateur athlete is not employee for purpose of certain employment-related provisions.
    • SB 974 A Prohibits persons other than retail customers of vehicle dealer from making claim against vehicle dealer under certain circumstances.
    • SB 984 A Directs employer in specified industries to pay greater of daily or weekly overtime when employee is eligible for both in same week.

    • Note change: SB 279 and SB 299 have been carried over from the 5/24/2017 agenda.
Early Childhood and Family Supports
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Early Learning Hub Monitoring
      David Mandell, Acting Early Learning System Director, Early Learning Division
      Denise Swanson, Early Learning Hub Operations Manager, Early Learning Division




    • Note change: Informational on Employment-Related Day Care has been moved to 6/1/2017
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      Employment-Related Day Care
      Kim Fredlund, Self-Sufficiency Program Director, Department of Human Services


    • Note change: Informational on Early Learning Hub Monitoring has been moved to 5/30/2017
Economic Development and Trade
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only

      Public Sector Employment in Oregon
      Speakers TBD
Education
5/29/2017 3:00 PM, HR F - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • Briefing on Tour at Career Technical Education Center, Salem
      Rep. Janeen Sollman, House District 30
  • Work Session
    • SB 1002 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/22/2017 AGENDA: Directs district school boards to adopt policies related to use of school facilities by private tutors.
    • SB 208 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/22/2017 AGENDA: Provides that school district may not deny participation in interscholastic activities by student who attends public charter school.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Testimony Only
    • HB 3444 Directs school districts to establish procedure by which to resolve complaints regarding administrators of school districts.
    • Note change: Informational Meeting for Briefing on Tour at Career Technical Education Center was added to the agenda.
Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 339 A Caps electricity generated by any single biomass facility that may be used to meet requirement that certain percent of electricity in this state be electricity generated by small-scale renewable energy projects or biomass facilities.
  • Work Session
    • SB 634 Adds woody biomass to list of types of energy generating technology that are green energy technology that must be included in constructing, reconstructing or renovating public buildings, and for which contracting agency must set aside 1.5 percent of contract price.

    • Note change: Senate Bills 339A and 634 have been added to the agenda.
Health Care
  • Work Session
    • SB 48 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Directs Oregon Health Authority and certain professional regulatory boards to adopt rules requiring professionals to complete continuing education related to suicide risk assessment, treatment and management.
    • SB 275 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Requires covered entity to provide copy of health information regarding individual who is appealing denial of Social Security disability benefits for period from date of initial application to date of administrative hearing.
    • SB 1025 A CARRIED OVER FROM 5/24/2017 AGENDA: Creates process by which certain persons who practice profession related to enforcing or providing for public health and safety and who, in performance of official duties, come into contact with blood, bodily fluid or other potentially infectious material of another person may petition court for order compelling testing of other person for communicable disease.
    • SB 963 A Requires health benefit plan that reimburses cost of osteopathic manipulative treatment by osteopathic physician to reimburse cost of evaluation that resulted in treatment.
    • Note change: Work sessions for SB 48 A, SB 275 A and SB 1025 A have been carried over from the 5/24/2017 agenda.
Higher Education and Workforce Development
  • Work Session
    • SB 207 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/25/2017 AGENDA: Requires each public university and community college to provide credit in applicable subject area to students who receive certain grades on advanced placement examinations.
  • Informational Meeting
    • General Educational Development (GED) testing
    • National Student Success Center Network

    • Note change: SB 207 A has been carried over from the 5/25/2017 agenda.
6/1/2017 3:00 PM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
Human Services and Housing
  • Work Session
    • SB 101 B Authorizes child abuse investigation on school premises if investigation involves interview of suspected victim or witnesses but not person suspected of committing abuse.
  • Field Trip
    • The committee will tour the Department of Human Services office. Please contact committee staff regarding public interest in attending this meeting.
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 714 A Allows court to include reasonable residency restrictions as special condition of probation for person convicted of stalking or violating court's stalking protective order.
    • SB 895 Expands eligibility for Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program to include defendants who are pregnant or who have custody of child at time of sentencing.
    • SB 1055 Expands definition of "deployment" or "deployed" to include "mobilization" of member of Armed Forces, National Guard or reserve component in specific laws affecting certain family law judgments.
  • Work Session
    • SB 64 A Renames "mental disease or defect" to "qualifying mental disorder" in criminal and certain juvenile statutes.
    • SB 95 B Requires certain securities professionals to report suspected financial exploitation of vulnerable persons to Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • SB 257 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 05/25/2017 AGENDA: Modifies crime of official misconduct in the first degree to include commission of official misconduct in the second degree when public servant is aware of and consciously disregards risk that violation places vulnerable person in danger of physical injury or of being victim of sex crime or causes withholding of necessities from vulnerable person.
    • 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 690 A Establishes procedures for petitioning for and issuing Certificate of Good Standing.
    • SB 890 A Provides that disclosure of legally privileged city information and records to elected city auditor does not waive privilege with respect to any other person, to extent information and records are disclosed for purpose of audit or investigation.

    • Note change: SB 257 A has been added.
    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.



    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.



    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 1:30 P.M.

    • Please note: This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previous agendas.



  • Field Trip
    • The House and Senate Judiciary committees will tour the Marion County Jail.
  • Field Trip
    • The House and Senate Judiciary committees will tour the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility.
Revenue
5/29/2017 1:00 PM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Work Session
    • HB 2286 Requires that transfer of tax credit follow uniform transfer procedures.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 845 A Changes distribution of moneys collected by Department of Revenue as tax imposed on retail sale of marijuana items to transfers of moneys to cities and counties according to specified formula and uses of moneys for specified purposes related to education and public health and safety.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3298 (Carried Over from 5-25 Agenda) Creates refundable personal income tax credit for mortgage interest payments made for taxpayer's principal residence.
    • HB 2087 (Carried Over from 5-25 Agenda) Expands taxpayer bill of rights.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2904 For purposes of rural enterprise zone program, provides alternative criterion for eligibility for certification of facility located in county outside all metropolitan statistical areas.
    • HB 3146 A Lowers, for counties outside all metropolitan statistical areas, wage requirements for certain economic development programs from at least 150 percent of certain county or state measurements to at least 130 percent of such county or state measurements.
    • HB 2115 Specifies requirements for property of nonprofit hospitals and nonprofit health systems to be exempt from taxation.
    • HB 2760 Extends sunset for property tax exemption for alternative energy systems.
    • HB 2054 Modifies definition of "business tax credit," as allowed to shareholders of S corporation, to remove Department of Revenue rulemaking authority.
    • HB 2066 Modifies definition of "logger" to conform with forestry industry employment practices, for purposes of subtraction from federal taxable income allowed for traveling expenses of logger.

    • Please Note: The HB 2760, HB 2054 and HB 2066 Work Sessions have been added to the Agenda
  • Work Session
    • HB 2270 Extends privilege taxes on merchantable forest products harvested on forestlands.
Rules
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 86 Authorizes Oregon Department of Administrative Services to require fingerprints of certain persons who are employed by or applying for employment with qualified entity or who provide services or seek to provide services to qualified entity.
    • SB 88 A Changes statutes relating to fees for use of electronic government portals to refer to "portal provider fees" rather than "convenience fees."
      Provides that majority of voting members is necessary for quorum and official action of Electronic Government Portal Advisory Board.
    • SB 91 A Deletes requirement that state agencies manage agency use of travel and travel awards received by agency personnel for state travel.
    • SB 227 A Updates rulemaking procedures to reflect current practices and implementation of electronic database of administrative rules.
    • SB 317 A Expands where state, county or city public bodies may hold public meetings to include locations within Indian country of federally recognized Oregon Indian tribe that is within Oregon.
    • SB 384 A Provides that State Fair Council owns fairground property and facilities other than real property unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2946 Expands definition of "state agency" for purposes of Oregon transparency website.
    • HB 3454 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/25/2017 AGENDA: Describes actions school districts are required to take or are prohibited from taking regarding students who are unable to pay for meals.
    • HB 3456 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/25/2017 AGENDA: Permits establishment of photovoltaic solar power generation facility on certain high-value farmland.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2213 Creates Sunset Advisory Committee.
      For the purpose of considering replacement amendments
    • HB 2947 Directs specified state agencies to file annual report with interim committees of Legislative Assembly on general government affairs describing amount of federal funds received by agencies in preceding fiscal year and describing plan to operate agency if amount of federal funds received by agency in current fiscal year is reduced.
      For the purpose of considering replacement amendments
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HCR 37 Congratulates University of Oregon on its academic and athletic achievements.
    • HCR 38 Declares August 2017 as Oregon Albacore Tuna Month.
    • HCR 39 Expresses intent of Legislative Assembly to support continued coordination and collaboration between Oregon and China to increase trade opportunities and strengthen mutual economic development relationship.
  • Work Session
    • HCR 24 Requires committees and subcommittees of Senate and House of Representatives, and joint committees and subcommittees of Legislative Assembly, to accept remote testimony given by remote videoconferencing link.

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Transportation Policy
  • Informational Meeting
    • Electric Vehicles
    • Washington County Transportation Futures
  • Work Session
    • 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 532 A Requires certain persons to not drive in far left lane unless passing.
6/2/2017 8:00 AM, HR D - No Meeting Scheduled
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SCR 19 A Recognizes and honors Corporal Jeremy M. Loveless, Specialist Six Norman Francis Evans and Specialist Four David Lynn Evans for their service to their country.
    • SB 1000 A Changes name of "Oregon State Defense Force" to "Oregon Civil Defense Force."
      Authorizes Superintendent of State Police to form volunteer Oregon State Police Civil Defense Force to provide emergency response and communications, medical assistance, logistical support and other aid.
    • SB 832 A Directs Advisory Committee to review, consider and report to interim legislative committees relating to veterans no later than February 1, 2018, regarding program to provide grants to qualified nonprofit organizations to provide services to veterans and veterans' families in rural areas of this state.
    • Note change: SCR 19 A has been added to the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 81 Directs Director of Veterans' Affairs to provide statewide expertise, advocacy, coordination and assistance to veterans to assist veterans in navigating federal, state and local health care and mental health care systems for purpose of obtaining health care and mental health care.
    • SB 143 A Directs Advisory Committee to review, consider and report to interim legislative committees relating to veterans no later than February 1, 2018, regarding programs to establish or expand campus veteran resource centers and campus veteran resource coordinators on campuses of community colleges and public universities to help veterans successfully transition from military service to college life, succeed in college, complete educational goals and transition from college to workforce and community.
    • SB 116 A Requires State Forester to make any recreational opportunities in state forests free, upon showing of certain identification and documentation, for disabled veterans and for persons who are on leave from military active duty on certain holidays.
    • SB 129 A Directs Advisory Committee to review, consider and report to interim legislative committees relating to veterans no later than February 1, 2018, regarding establishing task force on post-traumatic stress disorder.
Joint
Information Management and Technology
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 872 A Relating to information technology in state government
Legislative Audits
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session

    • Committee discussion of suggested audit topics with the Secretary of State, Audits Division

      Department of Administrative Services discussion regarding equal pay in Oregon state government
Marijuana Regulation
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 56 Authorizes Oregon Liquor Control Commission to require cannabis-related licensees, certificate holders and applicants for licenses and certificates to submit information related to persons who hold financial interest in business operating or to be operated under license or certificate.
    • SB 307 Provides for regulation by Oregon Liquor Control Commission of consumption and sale of marijuana items at temporary events, including licensure of premises on which temporary events are held.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2198 Changes name of Oregon Liquor Control Commission to Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission.
    • SB 1015 Specifies that industrial hemp commodities and products do not include cannabinoid concentrates or cannabinoid extracts.
Tax Credits
  • Work Session
    • Adoption of Committee Rules
  • Informational Meeting
    • Tax Credit Overview
      Legislative Revenue Office
Tax Reform
5/30/2017 8:30 AM, HR A - Meeting Cancelled
  • Informational Meeting
    • Business Tax Reform Discussion
  • Informational Meeting
    • Business Tax Reform Discussion
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Education
  • Informational Meeting
    • Medicaid Billing Opportunities for Education

      INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2845 A Relating to statewide social studies standards
Ways and Means SubCommittee On General Government
  • Work Session
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2262 Relating to the Employment Relations Board
    • HB 2263 Relating to fees charged by the Employment Relations Board
    • HB 2264 Relating to fees paid to State Conciliation Service by qualified arbitrators
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Human Services
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2401 A Relating to trauma-informed training for child welfare personnel

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
    • HB 2503 A Relating to lactation professionals

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 5543 Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority
      2015-17 Budget Rebalance

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Informational Meeting
    • Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority
      2017-19 Caseload Changes
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2391 Relating to access to health care

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY

      NOTE: Time Change
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Natural Resources
5/30/2017 1:00 PM, H-174 - Meeting Cancelled
  • Work Session
  • Work Session
    • SB 5503 Department of Agriculture - Fee Bill
  • Work Session
    • SB 5527 Department of Land Conservation and Development
    • HB 5028 Parks and Recreation Department
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Public Safety
  • Work Session
    • HB 5029 Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision
  • Possible Reconsideration and Work Session
Ways and Means SubCommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Work Session
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 93 Relating to amount credited to Workers' Memorial Scholarship Account from civil penalties recovered for violations of certain occupational standards

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2290 A Adjusts certain fees imposed by Department of Transportation

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY