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Education
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 617 Directs State Board of Education to ensure that certain academic content standards include sufficient instruction on histories, contributions and perspectives of individuals who are African American and to ensure that academic content standards in English include meaningful instruction on literary contributions of African American authors.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SED
      Mail: Senate Committee on Education,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5bXE1RXhGbAGI7k
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Energy and Environment
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B
  • Work Session
    • SB 581 Prohibits sale of products that make deceptive or misleading claims about recyclability.
    • SB 582 Directs Department of Environmental Quality to study and make recommendations for modernizing Oregon's recycling system and provide results of study in report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2022.
    • SB 784 Authorizes public utility to seek rate recovery for operating expenses and capital costs associated with resiliency measures.
    • Note change: SB 784 has been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B - No Meeting Scheduled
4/20/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/SEE/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2395 Modifies definition of "recycled paper checkout bag" to include bags that contain nonwood renewable fiber for purposes of single-use checkout bag prohibition.
    • HB 2109 Modifies definition of "renewable energy facility" for purposes of county permitting process for certain energy facilities.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SEE
      Mail: Senate Committee on Energy and Environment,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86V5xfzvyu2m1ue
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/22/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/SEE/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2475 A Authorizes Public Utility Commission to consider differential energy burden and other inequities of affordability in rates.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SEE
      Mail: Senate Committee on Energy and Environment,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8x3gfAaEmpRa7eC
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Finance and Revenue
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2458 Makes technical changes in Oregon statutes.
    • HB 2507 Decouples Oregon Telephone Assistance Program from funding offered by Federal Communications Commission.
    • HB 2693 Allows exception to requirement for property tax exemption that property of industry apprenticeship or training trust be actually and exclusively occupied and used for purposes of industry apprenticeship or training trust for occasional use by corporation exempt from federal income tax for purposes for which corporation is granted federal exemption.


    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SFR
      Mail: Senate Finance and Revenue,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 160, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony must be received within 24 hours of the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZkH4b3midu30KW
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: (503) 986-1266. You will be given a phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Health Care
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B - No Meeting Scheduled
Housing and Development
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3261 A Limits local government's restrictions on conversions of certain properties into emergency shelters or affordable housing.
  • Work Session
    • SB 414 Directs Oregon Business Development Department to study benefits and feasibility of establishing state office of community livability to foster volunteer cleanup efforts.
    • Note change: HB 3261 A has been added.
      Note change: A SB 414 Work Session has been added.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SHDEV
      Mail: Senate Committee on Housing and Development,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8eVibXSwX36qTxY
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C
  • Work Session
    • HB 3261 A Limits local government's restrictions on conversions of certain properties into emergency shelters or affordable housing.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2006 A Defines "emergency shelter." Requires local governments to allow siting of qualifying emergency shelters by qualifying entities notwithstanding land use laws and regulations.
    • HB 2009 A Establishes temporary limitations on lenders' remedies for borrowers' failures to make payments on obligations secured by mortgages, trust deeds or land sale contracts for certain real property.
    • HB 2123 Creates rolling definition of "historic cemetery" as burial place containing remains of one or more persons who died more than 75 years before current date.
    • Note change: A Public Hearing for HB 2006A has been added
      Note change: A Public Hearing for HB 2009A has been added
      Note change: A Public Hearing for HB 2123 has been added


    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SHDEV
      Mail: Senate Committee on Housing and Development,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eV65AFH6gNo8TgG
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Human Services, Mental Health and Recovery
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 84 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Directs Department of Human Services to prepare report regarding Strengthening, Preserving and Reunifying Families programs and make recommendations for legislation.
    • SB 266 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Requires Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations to interim committees of Legislative Assembly, no later than September 15, 2022, for legislative changes needed to improve care of residents and training of staff in long term care facilities.
    • SB 267 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Requires Department of Human Services to report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to human services any changes needed to statutes governing programs administered by department due to changes to budget.
    • SB 273 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Directs Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations on provisions of state law related to children.
    • SB 279 Directs Department of Human Services, to extent practicable, to avoid scheduling meetings and appointments involving child in foster care during school day.
    • SB 686 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Establishes right to receive inpatient psychiatric care in person and on-site.
    • SB 703 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Requires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to adopt quality metrics for caregiver registries, home health agencies, in-home care agencies and certain residential care facilities.
    • SB 714 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/8/2021 MEETING: Establishes minimum staffing ratio for residential care facilities and facilities with memory care endorsements.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only.
    • Youth Voices
      To submit written testimony on this topic, email to SHSMHR.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov. To register to provide remote oral testimony, follow the instructions on “Oral Testimony” at the bottom of this agenda. Any current or former youth with experience receiving child welfare services is invited to submit written or verbal testimony to the Committee at this time on any topic they choose. Those who choose to participate may submit written testimony rather than verbal, and written comments will be included in the public record.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SHSMHR

      Mail: Senate Committee on Human Services, Mental Health and Recovery,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_29r4QCAVt0Wpedg
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Note change: Work sessions carried over from 4/8/21 meeting for SB 84, SB 266, SB 267, SB 273, SB 686, SB 703, and SB 714.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B - No Meeting Scheduled
Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote A
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
  • Work Session
    • SB 755 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Makes form and style changes to provisions in Ballot Measure 110 (2020).
    • SB 193 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs State Court Administrator to study issues relating to courts and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2022.
    • SB 198 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs Department of Public Safety Standards and Training to study public safety and to submit findings and recommendations for legislation to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary.
    • SB 213 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Voids certain provisions in construction agreement requiring design professional to defend or indemnify against certain claims except to extent design professional's negligence caused indemnitee's damages.
    • SB 397 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Modifies procedure for filing motion to set aside conviction, arrest, citation or charge.
    • SB 399 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Provides that refusal to obey lawful order issued by peace officer or parole and probation officer does not constitute crime of interfering with a peace officer or parole and probation officer unless order is to move back and keep distance while officer is performing lawful duties.
    • SB 401 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Converts mandatory minimum sentences for specified felonies other than murder to presumptive sentences.
    • SB 418 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Prohibits peace officer from using deceit, trickery or artifice during interview of youth concerning act that, if committed by adult, would constitute crime.
    • SB 497 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Requires court to indicate in judgment document when person is convicted of designated person misdemeanor involving domestic violence.
    • SB 499 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Creates civil claim for wrongful conviction.
    • SB 613 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Provides that arbitral determinations made in proceedings concerning alleged misconduct by law enforcement officers concerning use of excessive force are nonbinding and subject to review and approval by Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.
    • SB 668 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to study issues related to requiring all law enforcement agencies to use body-worn cameras and to provide results of study to interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2021.
    • SB 780 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Limits liability of health care providers, health maintenance organizations and hospitals for certain claims arising during COVID-19 emergency period.
    • SB 808 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to study cannabis.
    • SB 813 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs State Court Administrator to study civil proceedings.
    • SB 819 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Establishes procedure by which district attorney and incarcerated person may jointly petition sentencing court for reconsideration of conviction and sentence.
    • SB 820 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Removes exception from regulation by Sexual Offense Treatment Board for certain persons.
    • SB 835 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Modifies procedures for early medical release of adult in custody from prison.
    • SB 836 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Directs Department of Corrections to consider all other alternatives before suspending, terminating or taking other specified action concerning alternative incarceration program.
    • SB 841 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Justice for purposes of funding Environmental Crimes and Cultural Resources Enforcement Unit of department.
    • SJM 1 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/12/21 AGENDA: Urges Congress to enact legislation implementing internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy prohibiting enforcement actions in sensitive locations.

    • Note change: SB 755, SB 193, SB 198, SB 213, SB 397, SB 399, SB 401, SB 418, SB 497, SB 499, SB 613, SB 668, SB 780, SB 808, SB 813, SB 819, SB 820, SB 835, SB 836, SB 841 and SJM 1 added.


4/13/2021 5:30 PM, Remote A
  • Work Session
    • SB 198 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/13/21 8:00 AM MEETING: Directs Department of Public Safety Standards and Training to study public safety and to submit findings and recommendations for legislation to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary.
    • SB 418 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/13/21 8:00 AM MEETING: Prohibits peace officer from using deceit, trickery or artifice during interview of youth concerning act that, if committed by adult, would constitute crime.
    • SB 835 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4/13/21 8:00 AM MEETING: Modifies procedures for early medical release of adult in custody from prison.

    • Note change: Work sessions added on SB 198, SB 418, and SB 835.

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/14/2021 8:00 AM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
Labor and Business
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 420 Permits local contract review board or local contracting agency to enact or adopt, as appropriate, ordinance, resolution, rule, regulation or other legislative or administrative measure to designate certain public improvement contracts as community benefit contracts.
    • SB 716 Requires employers to reasonably accommodate employee's work schedule availability related to child care.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 172 Requires Director of Employment Department to study unemployment insurance benefits and to report findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to employment on or before September 15, 2022.
    • SB 408 Allows marijuana producer to track by batch mature marijuana plants.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 801 Please note: The public hearing on SB 801 is scheduled solely for the purpose of taking invited testimony Directs Department of Consumer and Business Services to study issues relating to workers' compensation claims processing and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly on or before September 15, 2022.
    • Note change: A public hearing and possible work session for SB 402 has been removed and a public hearing and possible work session for SB 801 has been added.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SLB
      Mail: Senate Labor & Business,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bBGvb7zVFGmAeRU
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2818 A Allows payment from Wage Security Fund to be made to wage claimant for wages earned and unpaid in event that Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries has obtained judgment in action or has issued final order in administrative proceeding for collection of wage claim.
    • HB 2037 Increases limits for loans for certain business development projects made with moneys from Oregon Business Development Fund and provides for annual adjustment of limits for changes in Consumer Price Index.
    • HB 2038 Extends sunsets for temporary increases in annual revenue limit amount and maximum loan amount for entrepreneurial development loans and provides for annual adjustment of amounts for changes in Consumer Price Index.
    • HB 2039 Provides that insurer and self-insured employer may keep records of workers' compensation claims at location outside this state if insurer or self-insured employer makes records available to Department of Consumer and Business Services at location inside this state.
    • HB 2040 A Permits Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to specify by rule methods for reporting claims, denials of claims and closures of claims related to workers' compensation cases.
    • HB 3178 Temporarily removes condition for being deemed "unemployed" that individual's weekly remuneration for part-time work must be less than individual's weekly unemployment insurance benefit amount.
    • Note change: A public hearing for HB 2040 and HB 3178 has been added.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SLB
      Mail: Senate Labor & Business,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5aqwVhmBVIAeas6
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Redistricting
4/13/2021 5:30 PM, Remote C
    • The Senate Committee on Redistricting and the House Special Committee on Redistricting will
      be meeting concurrently

  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Overview of Oregon Supreme Court Ruling on Redistricting
      Anna Joyce, Managing Shareholder, Markowitz Herbold PC
      Dan Gilbert, Senior Deputy, Office of Legislative Counsel
    • Note change: presenters have been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled
Rules
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session (Executive Appointment)
    • Oregon Investment Council
      • Charles Wilhoite
  • Work Session
    • SB 27 Requires that cover sheet of state, county, district and city initiatives list city and state of residence for chief petitioners, rather than residence address of chief petitioners.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 20 Designates April 7, 2022, as Action for Peace Day to honor memory of Edward Reginald "Ed" Epley (1937-2021).
    • Note change: Public Hearing and Work Session on Executive Appointments has been added. SB 27 and SCR 20 have been added.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SRULES
      Mail: Senate Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dmwK21qMm886H6m
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 10 In memoriam: Senator Jackie Winters, 1937-2019.

    • Note change: SCR 10 has been added.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SRULES
      Mail: Senate Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_br56eXUfSTNOpJs
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/20/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
  • Work Session
    • SB 702 A Directs State Board of Education to review social studies standards.
    • SB 858 Creates free license for organizers of Oregon Tuna Classic tournament to take and sell tuna taken during tournament.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote C
  • Work Session
    • SB 320 Authorizes issuance of group license for angling or shellfish to nonprofit organization serving veterans or certain armed forces members.
    • HB 2140 Modifies laws relating to program for home and farm loans to veterans.

    • Note change: Work Sessions for SB 320 and HB 2140 have been added to the agenda.

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2725 Provides that maximum loading weight of motorboat must be less than 4,000 pounds to obtain towed watersports motorboat certificate.
    • HB 3162 Designates May 22 of each year as Crater Lake National Park Day.
    • HB 3282 Requires State Forestry Department to study and make recommendations to interim committee of Legislative Assembly regarding wildfire prevention.
    • HB 3150 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to establish and operate fish incubation box program for rearing of salmonids on suitable waterways in coastal areas of southern Oregon.
    • HB 2645 Exempts dog training facilities from state structural specialty codes.
    • HB 2722 Creates Land Use and Wildfire Policy Advisory Committee.
    • HB 3185 Prohibits spreading of material in undisturbed wetlands during maintenance of agricultural channels.
    • HB 2281 Directs State Department of Agriculture to administer Oregon Hemp State Program for production, processing and sale of hemp.
    • HB 2671 Directs State Department of Agriculture to issue research license to qualified applicant.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2286 (4:45 pm) Establishes Task Force on Wildlife.
    • Note change: HB 3185, HB 2281, and HB 2671 have been added from the 4/8/2021 agenda.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HAGNR
      Mail: House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6PtpQkSksCFHipU
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a
      phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D - No Meeting Scheduled
Behavioral Health
4/14/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled
Business and Labor
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E - No Meeting Scheduled
Early Childhood
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled
4/19/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.

    • A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.

    • Invited testimony only
  • Informational Meeting
    • (1:00 PM) Universal Home Visits
      - Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, Senate District 17
      - Representative Lisa Reynolds, House District 36
      - Representative Sheri Schouten, House District 27
      - Dr. Dave Willis, Pediatrician, Center for the Study of Social Policy Senior Fellow
      - Kimberly Friedman, Director of Policy and Engagement at Family Connects International
      - Cate Wilcox, Oregon Health Authority Maternal and Child Health Section Manager

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Economic Recovery and Prosperity
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3177 (8:05am) Limits types of restrictions that Governor may impose on certain businesses during state of emergency related to COVID-19 pandemic.
    • HB 2173 (8:15am) Provides that lottery revenues dedicated to county economic development purposes may be transferred to Oregon Department of Administrative Services to pay for portion of costs of regional solutions coordinators within Regional Solutions Program.
    • HB 2282 (8:25am) Requires Department of Land Conservation and Development to approve City of Bend's expansion of urban growth boundary, and allows department to approve other land use regulations for city on specified lands, if owner of land possesses development opportunity transferred from Metolius resort site owner and city meets other conditions.
    • HB 2334 (8:35am) Modifies provisions relating to statement of cost of compliance effect on small businesses required as part of agency rulemaking.
    • HB 3040 (8:45am) Directs Legislative Revenue Officer to study system development charges and report findings to interim committees related to local government.
    • HB 2701 (8:55am) Establishes Rural System Development Charges Program within Housing and Community Services Department to pay system development charges for rural affordable multifamily housing.
    • HB 2266 (9:05am) Directs Oregon Business Development Department to study use of economic development methods for purpose of assisting businesses and to report its findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to business on or before September 15, 2022.
    • Please note: SB 846 A is scheduled solely for the purpose of referral to a different committee without recommendation.
  • Work Session
    • SB 846 A (9:15am) Modifies method for calculating amount transferred from Administrative Services Economic Development Fund to Employer Incentive Fund.
    • Note change: HB 2173, HB 2282, HB 2334, HB 3040, HB 2701, HB 2266, and SB 846 A Work Sessions added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled
Education
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Work Session
    • HB 2501 Increases formula weight for students in poverty families for purposes of State School Fund distributions.
    • HB 2166 Directs Superintendent of Public Instruction to convene advisory group to review equity in education system of state and to report results of review to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to education.
    • HB 2378 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to establish competency-based education pilot program.
    • HB 2093 Alters eligibility requirements and formula for establishing amount of award for Oregon Opportunity Grant and renewal of grant.
    • HB 3354 Directs Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to adopt standards for educator preparation programs relating to evaluations of teacher candidates.
    • HB 2001 Requires school district that is making reductions in educator staff positions to retain teacher with less seniority if teacher has more merit and if retention of teacher is necessary to maintain school district's diversity ratio.
    • HB 2969 Directs school districts to provide age-appropriate instruction in oral health as part of health education curriculum.
    • HB 3234 Requires school districts to provide instruction on organ and tissue donation and education.

    • Note change: HB 2093, HB 3354, HB 2001, HB 2969, and HB 3234 have been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.

4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E - No Meeting Scheduled
Energy and Environment
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D - Meeting Cancelled
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (1:05 pm) Sharps waste disposal
      Presenters TBD
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 117 (1:30 pm) Authorizes Public Utility Commission to set by rule certain civil penalty amounts, not to exceed civil penalties set by applicable federal law.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HEE
      Mail: House Energy and Environment,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cMy67LBxhqBVlMa
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
General Government
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3013 (3:20 pm) Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to study regulation of cannabis.
    • HB 3245 (3:30 pm) Authorizes eligible business to deliver malt beverages, wine or cider to final consumer through use of delivery person.
    • HB 2263 (3:40 pm) Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to study recreational marijuana tracking.
    • HB 3078 (3:50 pm) Prohibits Oregon State Lottery from offering games playable via mobile phone, personal computer or other personal electronic device, except for certain sports betting and multistate numbers drawing lottery games.
    • HB 3000 (4:00 pm) Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to study cannabis.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (4:15 pm) SB 317, SB 406, and SB 750 Overview
      Steven Marks, Jason Hanson, Nathan Rix, Devon Morales, Oregon Liquor Control Commission
    • Note change: An informational meeting has been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E - No Meeting Scheduled
Health Care
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HHC/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3062 Requires Oregon Health Authority to study and make recommendations to interim committees of Legislative Assembly, no later than September 15, 2022, for legislative changes needed to increase access to health care for all Oregonians.

      Please note: HB 3062 is scheduled solely for the purpose of moving to the House Committee on Rules without recommendation.
    • HB 2622 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Requires hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to use smoke evacuation system during surgical procedures likely to generate surgical smoke.
    • HB 3353 Requires Oregon Health Authority to seek federal approval of amendment to state Medicaid demonstration project to permit coordinated care organizations to use portion of global budgets to improve health equity, improve overall health of community or enhance payments to providers who advance health equity or provide services improving overall health of community and to allow such expenditures to be counted as medical expenses for purposes of required medical loss ratio.
    • HB 3108 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Requires individual and group health insurance policies, health care service contractors, multiple employer welfare arrangements and state medical assistance program to provide reimbursement for at least three primary care visits annually.
    • HB 3352 Renames Health Care for All Oregon Children program as Health Care for All Oregon program and expands eligibility to adults who would qualify for Medicaid-funded state medical assistance program or for federal premium tax credits but for their immigration status.
    • HB 2164 Directs office of the Governor to study laws related to health and provide results to interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2022.
    • HB 2046 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Removes or modifies certain references to federal law in laws concerning health insurance.
    • HB 2958 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Allows pharmacist to prescribe and dispense preexposure prophylactic antiretroviral drug to patient after completion of patient assessment.
    • HB 2359 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Requires health care providers to work with health care interpreters from health care interpreter registry operated by Oregon Health Authority to provide interpretation services.
    • HB 2528 Directs Oregon Board of Dentistry to issue dental therapist license to qualified applicant.
    • HB 3159 Requires health care provider and health insurer to collect from patient, client or member data on race, ethnicity, preferred spoken and written languages, disability status, sexual orientation and gender identity.
    • HB 2648 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Allows pharmacist or pharmacy technician to transfer drug containing pseudoephedrine without prescription to person who is at least 18 years of age and presents person's valid government-issued photo identification.
    • HB 2010 Creates public option to allow consumers to enroll in state-designed health plans through health insurance exchange.
    • HB 2327 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Requires Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations to interim committees of Legislative Assembly, no later than September 15, 2022, for legislative changes needed to increase access to long term care for all Oregonians.
    • HB 3036 Removes requirement that physician assistant practice under supervising physician.
    • HB 2076 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 MEETING: Establishes Emergency Health Care Systems Program and Emergency Health Care System Advisory Board within Oregon Health Authority.
    • HB 2541 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-6-2021 MEETING: Provides that licensed optometrist may perform specified ophthalmic surgery procedures.
    • Note change: Work sessions have been reordered.

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.

4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F - No Meeting Scheduled
Health Care House Subcommittee On COVID-19
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • (3:15 pm) COVID-19 vaccine, variant testing and ongoing tracing efforts in Oregon
      Invited testimony only
      Dean Sidelinger, State Health Officer, Oregon Health Authority
    • Note change: this agenda revision reschedules the 3-14-2021 meeting of the House Committee on Health Care's House Subcommittee on COVID-19; the meeting's agenda has been reverted to it's previously posted version, posted 3-12-2021, with the addition of one speaker to the scheduled informational hearing.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/21/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • (3:15 pm) COVID-19 vaccine, variant testing and ongoing tracing efforts in Oregon
      Invited testimony only
      Patrick Allen, Director, Oregon Health Authority
      Presenters TBD
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/28/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • (3:15 pm) COVID-19 vaccine, variant testing and ongoing tracing efforts in Oregon
      Invited testimony only
      Patrick Allen, Director, Oregon Health Authority
      Presenters TBD
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Housing
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote D
  • Work Session
    • HB 2427 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to establish and maintain uniform rental application system.
    • HB 3322 Allows production of food in planned community by lot owners and their tenants.
    • HB 2364 Before its sale to third party, requires owner of residential dwelling facility to give tenants 20 days to form tenants committee and to give any tenants committee right of first refusal.
    • HB 3072 Requires local government to expand its urban growth boundary to include land designated as urban reserve that supports workforce housing and commercial development supportive of workforce housing if urban services are or can be made available.
    • HB 2100 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to study laws related to housing and to report findings to interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2022.
    • HB 3227 Directs Housing and Community Services Department to study issues relating to adequacy of buildings in this state and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly on or before September 15, 2022.
    • Note change: Work sessions for HB 2427, HB 3322, HB 2364, HB 3072, HB 2100, and HB 3227 have been added
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote D - No Meeting Scheduled
Human Services
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F - No Meeting Scheduled
4/19/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F - No Meeting Scheduled
Judiciary
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2002 Converts mandatory minimum sentences for specified felonies other than murder to presumptive sentences.
      Please note: HB 2002 is scheduled for the purpose of referring to the House Committee on Rules without recommendation.
    • HB 2003 Expands membership of Public Defense Services Commission from seven to nine members.
    • HB 2172 Converts mandatory minimum sentences for specified felonies other than murder to presumptive sentences.
    • HB 2204 Provides that public safety officer who represents that person is acting as employee or agent of public body is acting in scope of employment for purposes of Oregon Tort Claims Act.
      Please note: HB 2204 is scheduled for the purpose of referring to the House Committee on Rules without recommendation.
    • HB 2239 Directs each judicial district to ensure veterans who are criminal defendants have access to veterans' court programs.
    • HB 2367 Establishes Oregon Right to Rest Act.
    • HB 2825 Requires sentencing court to consider as mitigation evidence defendant was subjected to domestic abuse that was significant factor in criminal behavior.
    • HB 2935 Limits authority of school district to become member of voluntary organization that administers interscholastic activities unless organization implements policy that prohibits discrimination based on race, color or national origin.
    • HB 3096 Directs Department of Corrections to study issues specific to women in custody of department and to provide results of study to Legislative Assembly no later than December 31, 2021.
    • HB 3112 Establishes Cannabis Equity Board within office of Governor to provide equity oversight of cannabis industry in this state.
    • HB 3140 Makes changes to statutes related to operating vehicle or boat while under influence of intoxicants that reference controlled substances to clarify applicability to psilocybin.
    • HB 3229 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to convene advisory council to assist with recommendations related to health care standards in local correctional facilities.
    • HB 3230 Establishes universal representation program in Oregon Department of Administrative Services.
    • HB 3265 Requires that officer of law enforcement agency who arrests individual who is foreign national inform individual of consular notification procedures.
    • HB 3327 Extends sunset for authorization to Department of Justice to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with housing needs until January 2, 2024.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2367 (2:30 - 2:45 pm) Establishes Oregon Right to Rest Act.
    • Note change: Added notation that HB 2002 and HB 2204 are being scheduled for the purpose of referring to the House Committee on Rules without recommendation.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HJUD
      Mail: House Committee on Judiciary, 900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.

      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cMdx1KVuox8Uay2
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.

      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.

      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F - No Meeting Scheduled
Redistricting
4/13/2021 5:30 PM, Remote A
    • The House Special Committee on Redistricting and the Senate Committee on Redistricting will
      be meeting concurrently

    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (5:30 pm) Overview of Oregon Supreme Court Ruling on Redistricting
      Anna Joyce, Managing Shareholder, Markowitz Herbold PC
      Dan Gilbert, Senior Deputy, Office of Legislative Counsel
    • Note change: presenters have been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Revenue
4/13/2021 1:30 PM, Remote A

    • Also Note: The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are taking place
      remotely. Go to https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HREV/Overview to access
      a live stream of this meeting. Locate the meeting date and click on the camera icon at the designated
      time. A viewing station will also be available outside of the Capitol Building.

  • Work Session
    • HB 2331 Excludes over-the-air broadcasting from meaning of "communication" for purposes of central assessment for property taxation.
    • HB 2128 Requires tax professional to report breach of security associated with tax return preparation to Department of Revenue.
4/14/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
Rules
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • Please note: The following bills are scheduled for the purpose of discussing amendments.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3021 (1:05 pm) Requires Secretary of State to create and make publicly available list of five most common languages spoken by residents of state.
    • HB 2745 (1:25 pm) Requires voter registration cards and electronic voter registration system to include option for person to identify race, ethnicity and preferred language of person.
    • HB 2167 (1:45 pm) Directs Office of Governor to study and make recommendations regarding certain proposals relating to state boards and commissions.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2526 Designates second Monday of October of each year as Indigenous Peoples' Day.
    • HB 2064 Modifies quorum requirement for Energy Facility Siting Council.
    • HB 2323 Prohibits knowingly communicating materially false statement with intent to mislead electors about date of election, deadline for delivering ballot, voter registration deadline, method of registering to vote, locations at which elector may deposit ballot, qualifications of electors or voter registration status within 30 days of primary election or special election or within 60 days of general election.
    • HB 2991 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 AGENDA: Requires Legislative Policy and Research Director or chief sponsor of bill or proposed constitutional amendment to prepare racial and ethnic impact statement.
    • HB 3110 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 4-8-2021 AGENDA: Requires board of directors of publicly traded corporation to have specified proportion of female directors and directors who are members of underrepresented communities.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HRULES
      Mail: House Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6xkPNNXC4WqhXy6
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170 - Meeting Cancelled
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • Please note: The following bill is scheduled for the purpose of discussing amendments.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2337 (1:05 pm) Requires state agencies and third party contractors that collect demographic data on behalf of state agencies to comply with rules adopted by Oregon Health Authority for collection of data on race, ethnicity, preferred spoken and written languages and disability status.
  • Public Hearing
    • HCR 5 (1:30 pm) Declares intent to develop statewide strategy involving behavioral health mobile crisis response teams.
    • SCR 3 (1:50 pm) In memoriam: Representative Merwyn Ronald "Mitch" Greenlick, 1935-2020.
    • HCR 30 (2:20 pm) Recognizes and honors Beverly Cleary for her lifetime achievements in literature and her contributions to Oregon culture.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures


    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HRULES
      Mail: House Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4HH3c9pDuQTz8W2
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Veterans and Emergency Management
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3160 (3:15pm) Establishes Oregon Wildfire Preparedness and Community Protection Fund and directs State Fire Marshal, State Forestry Department and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board to make expenditures from fund for various activities related to restoration, protection and recovery from wildfires.
    • HB 3308 (3:20pm) Requires State Forestry Department to develop and maintain comprehensive statewide map of wildfire risk, including boundaries of wildland-urban interface within state.
    • HB 2927 (3:25pm) Renames Office of Emergency Management as Oregon Department of Emergency Management.
    • HB 2856 (3:30pm) Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to study and make recommendations regarding improvements to operations of department.
    • HB 2852 (3:35pm) Directs Office of Emergency Management to study and make recommendations regarding improvements to operations of office.
    • Note change: HB 2885 and HB 2864 have been removed.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170 - No Meeting Scheduled
Water
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3166 (8:00 am) Requires Legislative Policy and Research Committee to study and make recommendations to interim committee of Legislative Assembly regarding water measurement program.
    • HB 2142 (8:10 am) Increases certain fees charged by Water Resources Department.
    • HB 3103 (8:20 am) Authorizes holder of water right certificate that allows storage of water to change use of water, subject to certain requirements.
    • HB 3091 (8:30 am) Establishes Task Force on Location Transfers of Stored Water.
    • HB 2244 (8:40 am) Provides that filing of petition appealing final order in other than contested case issued by Water Resources Commission or Water Resources Department in either circuit court or Court of Appeals may not stay enforcement of order of commission or department that regulated off use of water in favor of determined claim, in-stream water right held by state agency or water right held by, or held in trust for, federally recognized Indian tribe.
    • HB 3089 (8:50 am) Establishes Public Drinking Water and Sewer Ratepayer Assistance Fund.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2615 (9:00 am) Directs Water Resources Department to review water measurement data collection, retention, use and reporting and report to committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to water on or before September 15, 2022.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2251 (9:10 am) Appropriates moneys, out of General Fund, to Water Resources Department for purposes of planning water use on regional and local bases, developing system for identifying local and regional water use needs and prioritizing among local and regional water use needs and implementing local and regional water use strategies and plans.
    • Note change: Schedule of bills was rearranged.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HWTR
      Mail: House Committee on Water,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ZGdYQzIL2nTwyi
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E - No Meeting Scheduled
Wildfire Recovery
4/19/2021 5:30 PM, Remote A

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.

    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (5:35 PM) Update: Debris and Tree Clean-Up Metrics
      McGregor “Mac” Lynde, Deputy Administrator, Delivery and Operations Division, Oregon
      Department of Transportation
    • (5:45 PM) Update: Housing and Sheltering Metrics
      Ed Flick, Emergency Management Director, Oregon Department of Human Services
  • Work Session
    • HB 2289 (5:55) Directs Housing and Community Services Department to study issues relating to building in areas affected by wildfires and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly on or before September 15, 2022.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Joint
Information Management and Technology
4/14/2021 8:30 AM, Remote D
    • (TIME CHANGE to 8:30 a.m.)

      Senator Riley, Presiding Co-Chair
  • Informational Meeting
    • Network Modernization/LinkOregon - State Fiber Network - Update Report
      Presenters:
      • Terrence Woods, State Chief Information Officer
      • Kurtis Danka, State Chief Technology Officer
      • Steve Corbato, Executive Director, Link Oregon
Legislative Audits
4/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174 - No Meeting Scheduled
4/15/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174 - No Meeting Scheduled
4/20/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174 - No Meeting Scheduled
4/22/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174
  • Informational Meeting
    • Presentation on innovative audit strategies and methodologies including real-time, culture, and equity auditing - Secretary of State Audits Division
4/27/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174 - No Meeting Scheduled
Transportation
4/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JCT/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3339 (8:00 am) Prohibits willfully obstructing, blockading, interfering with or preventing use of railroad-highway grade crossing for longer than 10 consecutive minutes.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (8:30 am) Briefing on Freight and Passenger Rail in Oregon
      Karyn Criswell, Administrator, Public Transportation Division, ODOT
      Johan Hellman, President, Oregon Rail Users League; BNSF Railway
      David Anzur, Goose Lake Railway
      Bruce Carswell, Oregon Eastern Railroad
      Donald Leap, AORTA
    • Note change: presenters have been added.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JCT
      Mail: Joint Committee on Transportation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2u7pe1qQmCITV5A
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/15/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JCT/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3324 (8:00 am) Establishes Oregon Vehicle Industry Board.
    • HB 3125 (8:45 am) Directs Department of Transportation to create emergency contact information form and make form available for individuals to voluntarily provide emergency contact information for inclusion in individual's motor vehicle record for police officers to use, during or after emergency situations, to contact those listed.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JCT
      Mail: Joint Committee on Transportation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9obRAvABAZ9xaiq
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
4/20/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F

    • Entry to the Capitol Building is currently limited to authorized personnel only. All committee meetings are taking place remotely.


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JCT/Overview

      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2342 (8:00 am) Imposes mandatory per-mile road usage charge for registered owners and lessees of passenger vehicles of model year 2027 or later that have rating of 30 miles per gallon or greater, beginning July 1, 2026.
    • HB 2191 (8:45 am) Directs Department of Transportation to study electric vehicles and per-mile road usage charge and to report its findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to transportation on or before September 15, 2022.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JCT
      Mail: Joint Committee on Transportation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0capYM0pPnwep70
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Ways and Means
4/14/2021 5:30 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5555 STATE BUDGET - CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1
      *PUBLIC TESTIMONY*

      The virtual hearing is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
      Testimony may be limited to 2 minutes per person

      (SB 5555 is solely intended for collecting public feedback on the state budget during the Oregon Budget Virtual Hearings and will not be scheduled for a vote)
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWM/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWM

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3gEVis1CKyJQFgi

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-833-698-1371

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

      2021-23 Ways and Means Co-Chair Budget Framework:
      https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/JWM%20Documents/2021-23%20Co-Chair%20Budget%20Framework.pdf
4/16/2021 9:00 AM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
4/17/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5555 STATE BUDGET - CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2
      *PUBLIC TESTIMONY*

      The virtual hearing is scheduled from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
      Testimony may be limited to 2 minutes per person

      (SB 5555 is solely intended for collecting public feedback on the state budget during the Oregon Budget Virtual Hearings and will not be scheduled for a vote)
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWM/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWM

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9AHDgxQGeJVmkoC

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-833-698-1371

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

      2021-23 Ways and Means Co-Chair Budget Framework:
      https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/JWM%20Documents/2021-23%20Co-Chair%20Budget%20Framework.pdf
4/21/2021 5:30 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5555 STATE BUDGET - CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 3
      *PUBLIC TESTIMONY*

      The virtual hearing is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
      Testimony may be limited to 2 minutes per person

      (SB 5555 is solely intended for collecting public feedback on the state budget during the Oregon Budget Virtual Hearings and will not be scheduled for a vote)
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWM/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWM

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4PGQ17iFvpyxnPo

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-833-698-1371

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

      2021-23 Ways and Means Co-Chair Budget Framework:
      https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/JWM%20Documents/2021-23%20Co-Chair%20Budget%20Framework.pdf
4/22/2021 5:30 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5555 STATE BUDGET - CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4
      *PUBLIC TESTIMONY*

      The virtual hearing is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
      Testimony may be limited to 2 minutes per person

      (SB 5555 is solely intended for collecting public feedback on the state budget during the Oregon Budget Virtual Hearings and will not be scheduled for a vote)
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWM/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWM

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9EJCb3HDLD9DYi2

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-833-698-1371

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

      2021-23 Ways and Means Co-Chair Budget Framework:
      https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/JWM%20Documents/2021-23%20Co-Chair%20Budget%20Framework.pdf
4/24/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5555 STATE BUDGET - CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5
      *PUBLIC TESTIMONY*

      The virtual hearing is scheduled from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
      Testimony may be limited to 2 minutes per person

      (SB 5555 is solely intended for collecting public feedback on the state budget during the Oregon Budget Virtual Hearings and will not be scheduled for a vote)
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWM/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWM

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eJT6e1ZhpsjQyrA

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-833-698-1371

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.

      2021-23 Ways and Means Co-Chair Budget Framework:
      https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/JWM%20Documents/2021-23%20Co-Chair%20Budget%20Framework.pdf
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Education
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5528 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - Invited Testimony Only
4/19/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5528 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - Invited Testimony Only
4/21/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5528 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - Invited Testimony Only
Ways and Means Subcommittee On General Government
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5001 Board of Accountancy - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
  • Work Session
    • Review of Semi-Independent Agencies Report – Legislative Fiscal Office
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMGG/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMGG

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means General Government Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8ueqmAxRmA85j7M

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1822

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
4/19/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5016 Legislative Branch Agencies - Invited Testimony Only
4/21/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5016 Legislative Branch Agencies - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMGG/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMGG

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means General Government Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A3fw8fAkSHgAgC

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1822

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Human Services
4/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 174
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5529 Department of Human Services - Public Testimony
      • Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
      • Aging and People with Disabilities
      • Vocational Rehabilitation

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMHS/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMHS

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Human Services Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0liyMESBTPAgVmK

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1821

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
4/15/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 174 - Meeting Cancelled
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5021 Medical Board - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMHS/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMHS

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Human Services Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2DoigTSVDvp6Xs

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1821

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Natural Resources
4/14/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5502 Department of Agriculture - Invited Testimony Only
    • SB 5503 Department of Agriculture fee bill - Invited Testimony Only
4/19/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5502 Department of Agriculture - Invited Testimony Only
    • SB 5503 Department of Agriculture fee bill - Invited Testimony Only
4/21/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5502 Department of Agriculture - Public Testimony
    • SB 5503 Department of Agriculture fee bill - Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMNR/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMNR

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Natural Resources Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0MPoQbLLU64o1Aa

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1811

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Public Safety
4/14/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5012 Judicial Department - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMPS/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMPS

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Public Safety Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0rfXPk19NpBZeZ0

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1811

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
4/19/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5028 Department of State Police - Invited Testimony Only
4/21/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5028 Department of State Police - Invited Testimony Only
4/26/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5028 Department of State Police - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMPS/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMPS

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Public Safety Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6A83sjnfmtiqqF0

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1811

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
4/28/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5512 District Attorneys and Their Deputies - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
  • Work Session
    • District Attorneys Funding Report
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMPS/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMPS

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Public Safety Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dg2dmNXqnKsIauW

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1811

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
4/14/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Racing Commission - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMTR/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMTR

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Transportation and Economic Development Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a2XLC7YqZNxUmSG

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1823

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
4/19/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5034 Real Estate Agency - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
    • PLEASE NOTE

      • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are being held remotely
      • A viewing station is available outside of the Capitol Building
      • This meeting will be held online and streamed live at the following website:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/JWMTR/Overview

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

      Written Testimony
      Testimony will be accepted up to 24 hours after the start time of the public hearing. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available.

      To submit testimony electronically, go to:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/JWMTR

      To submit testimony by mail, send to:
      Ways and Means Transportation and Economic Development Subcommittee, 900 State Street NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a5EPtMQPdRJSu5o

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1823

      To register in person at the time of the meeting, go to:
      Public Access Kiosk located outside of the State Capitol Building

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Task Force
Universal Health Care
4/29/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
    • This agenda will be updated with meeting topics one week prior to the meeting date.
5/27/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
    • This agenda will be updated with meeting topics one week prior to the meeting date.