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Business and General Government
  • Work Session
    • SB 320 Abolishes annual one-hour change in time from standard time to daylight saving time and maintains Oregon on daylight saving time.
    • SJM 6 Urges Congress to allow state to maintain itself on daylight saving time.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 410 Eliminates Department of Consumer and Business Services regulation of recreational vehicle construction.
    • SB 771 Requires Construction Contractors Board to establish endorsement program for construction contractors and employees engaging in work on water-based fire suppression system.
    • SB 901 Authorizes translator district board to establish property tax permanent rate limit and impose operating taxes, following elector approval.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 935 Creates modified landscape construction professional license.

    • Note Change: Meeting start time has been changed to 8:00 AM
    • Please note 8:30 AM start time.
  • Work Session
    • SB 34 Amends industrial site readiness program to allow Oregon Business Development Department to enter into tax reimbursement arrangements for eligible site preparation costs with private owners.
    • SB 803 Requires Secretary of State to establish rules authorizing licensed use of state seal on goods, wares and merchandise.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 346 Declares policy of state to use zero-based budgeting in developing biennial budget plan.
    • SB 611 Declares policy of state to use zero-based budgeting in developing biennial budget plan.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 933 Provides that form or document issued by public body asking person to identify person's race or ethnicity must allow person to select multiple races or ethnicities and include certain categories of race or ethnicity.
    • SB 1012 Clarifies that, to qualify for exemption from land use compatibility statement, applicant for marijuana production license is not required to demonstrate continuous registration of marijuana grow site prior to date of application for licensure.
  • Work Session
    • SB 585 Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to establish Responsible Cannabis Retailer Program to assist marijuana retailers in maintaining compliance with cannabis laws and rules.
    • SB 365 Prohibits local governments from imposing system development charge on projects related to production, processing or retailing of marijuana items.
    • SB 218 Authorizes Oregon Liquor Control Commission to refuse to issue marijuana production licenses based on market demand and other relevant factors.
    • SB 483 Requires Oregon State Lottery, in event of error, malfunction or failure that causes winnings to go unclaimed, to stop use of faulty equipment or software and attempt to pay unclaimed winnings to players.
    • SB 827 Allows brewery licensee or brewery-public house licensee to sell and dispense malt beverages at special event from mobile sources at nonfixed locations.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 897 Appropriates funds to Oregon Department of Administrative Services to distribute to State Fair Council to fund assessment of fairground facilities and deferred maintenance, improvement and enhancement of fairground facilities.
    • SB 108 Directs Oregon Liquor Control Commission to study liquor agent compensation for distillery tasting rooms and to report recommendations to Legislative Assembly by September 1, 2020.
    • SB 248 Increases certain fees charged by Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
  • Work Session
    • SB 471 Requires prospective contractor to state in bid or proposal for public contract whether and extent to which prospective contractor will use conflict minerals in performing public contract and whether prospective contractor's disclosures, policies, practices and procedures with respect to procuring conflict minerals comply with Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.
    • SB 829 Requires that if appellation of origin on wine label is American viticultural area in Oregon that is in larger American viticultural area, label must also identify larger American viticultural area.
    • SB 830 Requires that if wine labeled with American viticultural area in Oregon is labeled with single grape variety as type designation, wine must meet specified content requirements.
    • SB 831 Requires that wine using American viticultural area in this state as appellation of origin or implying American viticultural area as source be produced entirely from grapes grown in that American viticultural area.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 854 Directs professional licensing boards, in certain circumstances, to accept individual taxpayer identification number or other federally-issued identification number in lieu of Social Security number on applications for issuance or renewal of authorization to practice occupation or profession.
    • SB 855 Directs professional licensing boards to develop pathways to licensure, certification or other authorization to practice occupation or profession for specified persons.
    • SB 856 Establishes Oregon Office of New Americans in Governor's office.
Campaign Finance
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SJR 18 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution specifying that Legislative Assembly, or people through initiative process, may enact laws limiting or prohibiting certain contributions made to candidates for public office.
    • SB 1018 Requires independent expenditures in support of or in opposition to clearly identified candidate to include statement "This independent message was paid for and produced without the knowledge, consent or cooperation of any candidate.".
Education
  • Work Session
    • SB 255 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for Oregon Institute of Marine Biology at University of Oregon.
    • SB 257 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for agricultural experiment station and branch stations, Oregon State University Extension Service and Forest Research Laboratory programs of Oregon State University.
    • SB 690 A Repeals sunset provision for Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children.
    • SB 739 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for distribution to University of Oregon for program that strives to improve high school graduation rates through collaborative partnerships between university faculty and high school teachers.
    • SB 794 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to design question allowing each student to identify whether student is parent that will be placed on all forms used to collect demographic information by public post-secondary institutions of education.
    • SB 802 Allows military child to be considered resident of school district for purposes of enrollment and class placement based on official military order for transfer of parent of child.
    • SB 155 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Requires all investigations involving suspected abuse or sexual conduct by school employees to be conducted by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission.
    • SB 156 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Revises definitions of terms "school employee," "sexual conduct" and "student" for purposes of certain laws related to abuse and sexual conduct by school employees.
    • SB 730 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Integrates foundational curricula and unified statewide transfer agreements into Transfer Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.
    • SB 960 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Establishes investigatory procedures for reports of suspected sexual conduct.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 665 Directs State Board of Education to adopt rules for administration of naloxone or any similar medication designed to rapidly reverse overdose of opioid drug.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 692 Directs Youth Development Division to develop and administer statewide youth reengagement system.
    • SB 801 Authorizes public schools to provide firearm safety and accident prevention class to all students in first grade.
    • SB 282 Requires Department of Education, in cooperation with Oregon Health Authority, to conduct study to determine and recommend appropriate health standards to govern student use of computers, mobile digital devices and other electronic media in classrooms.
    • SB 283 Directs Department of Education to prepare and make available statement that discloses potential health risks of wireless network technology and requires public and private schools to distribute statement to employees, students and parents or guardians of students.

    • Note change: Work sessions on SB 155, SB 156, SB 730 and SB 960 have been added.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 352 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Tucker Maxon School to provide financial aid to students with hearing loss who cannot afford tuition and for capital improvements.
    • SB 777 Establishes Task Force on Prison Education.
    • SB 949 Appropriates moneys to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for purposes of prison education programs.
    • SB 786 Directs school district board to adopt child sexual abuse prevention instructional program that addresses sex trafficking of children.
    • SB 1017 Requires State Fire Marshal to adopt rules establishing minimum standards for carbon monoxide alarms in school facilities that have carbon monoxide source.
  • Work Session
    • SB 312 Requires public universities and community colleges to charge resident tuition to Native Americans and Alaska Natives who graduated from Oregon high schools.
    • SB 692 Directs Youth Development Division to develop and administer statewide youth reengagement system.
    • SB 852 Provides that part-time faculty member at public institution of higher education who qualifies for health care benefits will pay 10 percent of insurance premiums, with remaining 90 percent paid by state.
Environment and Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 48 Extends sunset of historic property special assessment program.
    • SB 927 Allows local governments to develop historic resource program to designate resources for protection.
    • SB 929 Creates tax credit for certified historic property project contributions.
    • SB 853 Prohibits sale, purchase or use of pesticide chlorpyrifos.
  • Work Session
    • SB 47 Requires person operating nonmotorized boat to have waterway access permit.
    • SB 884 Authorizes qualified institutions to receive loans from Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to finance projects to repair or replace failing on-site septic systems or to replace failing on-site septic systems with connections to available sewer.

    • Note Change: A public hearing on SB 48 was added. A work session on SB 47 has been added.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 301 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to consider elk overpopulation when implementing the Oregon Landowner Damage Program.
    • SB 303 Authorizes use of landowner damage tag on adjacent property with consent of owner of adjacent property.
    • SB 398 Establishes elk depredation hunting tags.
    • SB 281 Requires manufacturer of digital product to label product with information relating to health risks associated with use of product.
    • SB 791 Establishes criteria for determining existence or lack of new ground water use impairment or interference with water right having earlier priority date.
    • SB 893 Expresses state policy to identify certain lands acquired from counties.
  • Work Session
    • SB 337 Requires State Forestry Department, State Department of Fish and Wildlife and Department of Transportation to enter into interagency agreement allowing use of State Department of Fish and Wildlife and Department of Transportation personnel to provide staffing assistance to State Forestry Department during fire season.
    • SB 339 Includes land used primarily for cultivating crops within definition of "rangeland" for purposes of organizing rangeland protection association and providing fire protection for rangeland.
    • SB 694 Establishes Task Force on Rural Fire Protection District Community Development to study and develop recommendations for developing, enhancing or expanding ability of rural fire protection districts to facilitate community development efforts following natural disaster.

    • Note Change: Work sessions on SB 337, SB 339, and SB 694 were added.
Finance and Revenue
  • Work Session
    • SB 165 Directs employer, on annual tax withholding return submitted to Department of Revenue, to indicate whether employer offers qualified retirement savings plan that would allow exemption from participation in Oregon Retirement Savings Plan.
    • SB 193 Provides that interstate broadcaster's market for sales, used in determination of receipts factor in apportionment formula for corporate excise tax, is in state if customer's corporate domicile is in state or if individual customer is resident of state.
    • SB 702 Directs Legislative Revenue Officer to study land value taxation and submit report to interim legislative committees related to revenue.
    • SB 769 Provides that request for computation of fee in lieu of property taxes for property constituting solar project may not be filed after April 1 immediately preceding property tax year to which request relates.
    • SB 393 A Authorizes translator districts to annex cities where cable television corporations operate or have ceased operations and city electors approve annexation.
    • SB 262 Extends sunset for property tax exemption for multiple-unit housing.
3/27/2019 3:00 PM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 207 Modifies methods for calculating numerator used in apportionment of business income for purposes of corporate excise taxation.
Health Care
  • Work Session

    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • SB 889 CARRIED OVER FROM 03/25/2019 AGENDA: Establishes Health Care Cost Growth Benchmark program to control growth of health care expenditures in this state.
    • SB 134 CARRIED OVER FROM 03/25/2019 AGENDA: Requires coordinated care organizations to develop standardized system of care to use when assessing individuals.
    • SB 130 Authorizes school nurse associated with school-based health center to engage in practice of telehealth.
    • SB 140 Establishes Emergency Department Boarding Pilot Project in Oregon Health Authority.
    • SB 734 Requires individual and group health insurance policies to reimburse services provided by naturopathic physicians within scope of their practice if services are reimbursed when provided by licensed physicians.
    • SB 911 Requires health benefit plans, state medical assistance program, Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board to pay for standard fertility preservation services for covered individual who will undergo medical treatment that is likely to result in iatrogenic infertility.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 62 Prohibits employing person that employer knows, or with exercise of reasonable care should know, is not licensed or permitted to practice medical imaging modality.
    • SB 63 Directs Board of Medical Imaging to adopt rules related to temporary permits for limited X-ray machine operators.
    • SB 250 Adopts Fry Graph Readability Formula for health insurance policies and materials approved by Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • SB 179 Requires Department of Human Services to administer palliative care pilot project to support provision of community-based end of life care.
    • SB 588 Establishes Outdoor Therapy Grant Program within State Parks and Recreation Department for purpose of awarding grants to enhance outdoor environmental, ecological, agricultural or other natural resource-based therapy programs serving residents of this state.
    • SB 721 Requires coordinated care organization to reimburse cost of services provided by school-based health centers to members of coordinated care organization at rate paid to in-network providers.
    • SB 887 Requires insurer, Public Employees' Benefit Board and Oregon Educators Benefit Board to cover specified health services without prior authorization in health benefit plans and benefit plans offered by insurer or board.
    • SB 941 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Curry Health District for purposes of acquiring ambulance for maternity care and opening emergency room in Curry Medical Center.

    • Note change: SB 889 and SB 134 have been added.
  • Work Session
    • SB 131 Requires Director of Oregon Health Authority to appoint Children's Health Advocate to investigate complaints and take steps to ensure access to and reimbursement of timely health care for children placed by Department of Human Services in private child-caring agencies.
    • SB 452 Directs Oregon Health Authority to develop triage, treatment and transportation protocols for patients who carry emergency use medications.
    • SB 796 Makes period of absence for donation of body part, organ or tissue "serious health condition" for which family leave may be taken.
    • SB 824 Requires Oregon Board of Dentistry to accept examination results of applicant's fitness to practice dentistry from board-recognized testing agencies.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 770 Establishes Health Care for All Oregon Board to be responsible for planning and oversight of Health Care for All Oregon Plan to be administered by Oregon Health Authority.
    • SB 841 CARRIED OVER FROM 03/25/2019 AGENDA: Requires Oregon Health Authority to compile health care expenditure report concerning expenditures related to medical assistance, Medicare, commercial insurance and self-insurance.
    • SB 867 Declares legislative findings for best system for delivery and financing of health care.
    • SJM 2 Urges members of Oregon Congressional Delegation to cosponsor or endorse State-Based Universal Health Care Act of 2018.
Housing
  • Work Session
    • SB 939 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-25-2019 AGENDA: Requires sellers of manufactured dwellings on rented spaces to provide property disclosure statements, in prescribed form, to prospective purchasers.
    • SB 943 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-25-2019 AGENDA: Allows development of parsonage on land where nonresidential place of worship is allowed use.
    • SB 970 Limits applicable screening criteria for residential landlords.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 8 Requires petitioners to pay costs and attorney fees, including on appeal, to prevailing intervening developers of affordable developments that were approved by local government.
    • SB 10 Establishes permissible density requirements within urban growth boundaries of cities within metropolitan service district or with population more than 10,000 for areas adjacent to transportation corridors and zoned to allow residential development.
    • SB 586 Renames "Office of Manufactured Dwelling Park Community Relations" to "Manufactured and Marina Communities Division," "Mobile Home Parks Account" to "Manufactured and Marina Communities Account" and "Mobile Home Parks Purchase Account" to "Residential Dwelling Facilities Purchase Account." Extends division's duties and accounts' uses to marinas and floating home tenants.
    • HB 2336 A Removing population requirement for affordable housing pilot program if no qualifying nomination is received for city with population under 25,000.
    • Please note change: SB 939, SB 943, and SB 970 have been added.
Human Services
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 669 Modifies requirements for licensing of in-home care agencies.
    • SB 816 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct study that identifies ways to improve foster care system in Oregon and present report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to human services on or before September 15, 2020.
    • SB 653 Prohibits Department of Human Services from disclosing records and reports related to child abuse investigations to certain entities unless court finds report of abuse is founded.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 22 Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish standards for identifying behavioral health homes.
    • SB 832 Declares purpose of Critical Incident Review Teams.
  • Work Session
    • SB 994 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/21/2019 AGENDA: Directs Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations on provisions of state law relating to juveniles.
    • SB 19 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/21/2019 AGENDA: Requires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to adopt rules for licensing of each type of adult foster home, including those providing residential care to older adults, persons with physical disabilities, persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with mental illness.
    • SB 274 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/21/2019 AGENDA: Expands eligibility for support service brokerage services to individuals who are 14 to 17 years of age.
    • SB 491 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/21/2019 AGENDA: Transfers from Department of Human Services to Oregon Community Foundation responsibility for administering Fairview housing trust.
    • SB 813 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/21/2019 AGENDA: Directs Office of Child Care to make reasonable attempt to identify any facility about which it receives complaint if certain information is provided.

    • Note change: SB 490, SB 20, SB 475, SB 964, SB 1, SB 221, SB 745, SB 707 and SB 917 have been removed from the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 1 Establishes Statewide System of Care Task Force.
    • SB 20 Consolidates eligibility for services to children and adults with developmental disabilities.
    • SB 221 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct study about children and youth with specialized needs and to report results to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to human services on or before September 15, 2020.
    • SB 475 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct monthly, in-person visits with child or ward in substitute care that include updates on academic status and progress.
    • SB 490 Adds individuals who have operated child care facility in violation of child care facility or Central Background Registry law to list of individuals who are prohibited from providing child care for five years.
    • SB 493 Establishes Oregon Human Rights Commission to safeguard dignity and basic human rights of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
    • SB 669 Modifies requirements for licensing of in-home care agencies.
    • SB 707 Establishes Youth Suicide Intervention and Prevention Advisory Committee.
    • SB 745 Directs Department of Human Services to conduct annual in-person case planning with ward 14 years of age or older during which department informs ward that ward is eligible for transition services and provides ward with assistance in applying for transition services, if applicable.
    • SB 809 Requires Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority to prescribe by rule criteria for making fitness determinations.
    • SB 825 Directs Department of Human Services to study and make recommendations on provisions of state law relating to placement of children in child-caring agencies.
    • SB 917 Prohibits long term care facilities, residential facilities, adult foster homes, child care facilities, child-caring agencies, foster homes, youth care centers, youth offender foster homes or other entities that are licensed, certified or registered to provide care to children, youth, individuals with disabilities or older adults from interfering with disclosure of information by prospective employees, employees or volunteers about treatment of individuals cared for by entity to regulatory agencies, law enforcement authorities or persons acting on behalf of individual.
    • SB 964 Directs Department of Human Services to establish pilot program to encourage innovative strategies to strengthen families and build resilient neighborhoods.
    • Note change: SB 1, SB 20, SB 221, SB 475, SB 490, SB 707, SB 745, SB 809, SB 917, and SB 964 have been added to the agenda.
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 11 Prohibits transferring right to redeem property to successor in interest by sale.
    • SB 290 Makes person voluntarily fighting wildfire immune from civil liability for injury resulting from good faith performance of firefighting efforts.
    • SB 952 Increases criminal and civil penalties for subsequent and intentional violations of specified election laws.
    • SB 973 Requires Oregon Health Authority to research, study and compare behavioral health treatments in other states and report findings and conclusions to interim judiciary committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 20, 2020.
  • Work Session
    • SB 358 Removes provisions prohibiting Oregon State Bar from charging membership fees to members admitted to practice law for 50 years or more.
    • SB 361 Modifies prudent investor rule to allow trustee to consider environmental, social and governance factors of investments when making investment decisions.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 269 Directs Department of Corrections to conduct study on sexual assault within women's correctional facilities and to report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before February 1, 2020.
      The Public Hearing is being held for the sole purpose of considering the -1 amendments.
    • SB 473 Increases daily juror fees and juror mileage reimbursement rates.
    • SB 482 Provides that sexual assault restraining order is of indefinite duration and continues until order is terminated by court.
    • SB 708 Exempts petitioner in stalking protective order proceeding from requirement to pay prevailing party fee unless court finds petitioner initiated proceeding with malicious intent.
    • SB 891 Requires that court hold hearing on petition to appoint fiduciary filed by Oregon Public Guardian and Conservator or county public guardian and conservator.
  • Work Session
    • SB 376 Directs guardian to deliver notice of order of appointment to certain persons.
    • SB 421 Prohibits insurer from receiving reimbursement or subrogation for personal injury protection benefits or health benefits insurer provided to person injured in motor vehicle accident from any recovery injured person obtains in action for damages except to extent that injured person first receives full compensation for injured person's injuries and reimbursement or subrogation is paid only from amount of recovery in excess of amount that fully compensates for injured person's injuries.
    • SB 681 Prescribes optional form for supported decision-making agreement.
    • SB 682 Requires court, under certain circumstances, to appoint legal counsel for respondent or protected person in protective proceeding.
    • SB 684 Specifies requirements for covered entities that own, license, maintain, store, manage, collect, process, acquire or otherwise possess personal information, and for vendors that provide services to covered entities, to notify consumers of breach of security.
    • SB 725 Specifies charges or convictions that may not be considered in fitness determinations.
    • Note change: SB 269 -1 notation added.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 969 Eliminates mandatory adult prosecution for certain offenses committed when person charged is 15, 16 or 17 years of age at time of offense.
    • SB 967 Requires court to include in judgment document age of defendant at time of committing offense if defendant sentenced to term of incarceration and physical custody of defendant is related to age of defendant at time of committing crime.
    • SB 966 Provides that person in custody of Oregon Youth Authority for offense committed while person was under 18 years of age, for which person was sentenced to term of imprisonment with projected release date that falls after person attains 25 years of age but before person attains 27 years of age, is eligible for conditional release hearing.
    • SB 1008 Authorizes juvenile offender charged with offense subject to mandatory minimum sentence, who receives mandatory minimum sentence or other sentence of imprisonment, to be eligible for conditional release after serving at least one-half of sentence imposed.
    • SB 968 Prohibits person who was under 18 years of age at time of committing offense from being sentenced to life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole.
  • Work Session
    • SB 290 CARRIED OVER FROM 3/26/19 AGENDA: Makes person voluntarily fighting wildfire immune from civil liability for injury resulting from good faith performance of firefighting efforts.
    • SB 290 carried over from 3/26/19 agenda.
    • Please note 9:30 AM start time.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 35 A Exempts Department of Veterans' Affairs from requirement to include vouchers for disbursements with conservator's accounting to court.
    • SB 762 Extends date by which commitment hearing must be held.
    • SB 810 Modifies definition of "vulnerable user of a public way" to include persons operating or riding on moped or motorcycle.
    • SB 912 Revises definition of terms "sexual conduct" and "substantiated report" for purposes of certain laws related to abuse and sexual conduct by school employees.
    • SB 1016 Provides exception from offense of driving motor vehicle while using mobile electronic device for person operating school bus, if person is using communication device designed for school bus dispatch communication.
Rules
  • Public Hearing
    • SJR 22 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution lowering voting age from 18 years old to 16 years old.
    • SB 838 Lowers voting age from 18 years old to 16 years old.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Work Session
    • SB 678 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Salvage Chief (LSM380) Foundation for purpose of repairing and upgrading salvage vessel.
    • SB 938 Authorizes issuance of general obligation bonds under Article XI-Q of Oregon Constitution for construction of veterans' home in Roseburg, Oregon.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 232 Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than July 1, 2020, regarding delivery of veterans' services.
    • SB 233 Directs Oregon Military Department to study and make recommendations regarding programs for reintegration of service members prior to their separation from service.
    • SB 234 Directs Department of Veterans' Affairs to submit report to interim legislative committees, no later than July 1, 2020, regarding provision of veterans' services.
    • SB 462 Provides that person who served in United States Naval Construction Force, or "Seabees," is eligible to receive veterans' recognition registration plate.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SCR 3 Recognizes and honors Radarman 2nd Class Garry Bradbury Hodgson (1937-1969) for his service to his country.
    • SCR 12 Commemorates Modoc War of 1872-1873 and honors those who lost their lives.
    • SCR 29 Recognizes and honors _____ for his service to his country.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures

    • Please note change: SB 232 and SB 233 were added.
    • This agenda may be populated with any measures that have been carried over from previously posted agendas.

Workforce
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 494 Requires employers who are authorized to pay subminimum wages to individuals with disabilities to pay certain wage rates until June 30, 2023.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 123 Extends application of provision prohibiting salary history inquiries to include employment agencies.

    • Note change: an "Update on The Workplace Fairness Act" has been removed.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 934 Expands exemption from limitations on employment of retired members of Public Employees Retirement System employed by certain law enforcement and correctional agencies.
    • SB 332 In law providing that, if interview is element of hiring process for civil service position, public employer must interview each veteran who meets minimum and special qualifications for position, eliminates requirement that veteran possess transferable skills from military experience or education and eliminates exception for public employer that conducts interview only for selection of candidate from eligibility list.

    • Note change: the Work Session on SB 494 has been removed, and a Public Hearing and Possible Work Session on SB 332 has been added.
House
Agriculture and Land Use
  • Work Session
    • HB 2729 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board for purposes related to programs for grants from Oregon Agricultural Heritage Fund.
    • HB 2075 Establishes Development Readiness Program within Department of Land Conservation and Development to assist local governments with land use goals relating to housing and economic development.
    • HB 2577 Requires three-year waiting period for annexation of property that is zoned to allow residential use as permitted use in zone and is in residential use when annexation is initiated.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2980 Extends sunset date of pesticide use reporting system.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Overview of Pesticide Regulation in Oregon
      Alexis Taylor, Director, Oregon Department of Agriculture
      Dr. Paul Jepson, Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3058 Prohibits sale, purchase or use of pesticide chlorpyrifos.

    • Note change: House Bills 2061 and 2109 have been removed.

  • Public Hearing
    • SB 2 A Allows listed eastern Oregon counties that undertake economic opportunity analysis to designate up to 50 acres outside urban growth boundaries for industrial and other employment uses notwithstanding statewide planning goals related to agriculture, forest use or urbanization.
    • HB 3099 Authorizes city that was annexed into special district to petition county board for withdrawal from district.
    • HB 3272 Limits extension that Land Use Board of Appeals may provide petitioner whose objection to record is denied to seven days from later of original deadline or date of denial.
    • HB 3365 Changes process for forming or dissolving livestock district, annexing land to livestock district or withdrawing land from livestock district.
    • HB 3372 Requires State Department of Agriculture to adopt rules governing processing and sale of beef and lamb that does not travel in interstate commerce.

    • Note change: HB 3314 has been removed.

Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2804 CARRIED OVER FROM 3-20-2019 AGENDA: Prohibits retail pet store from selling or offering to sell dog, cat or rabbit acquired from source other than animal shelter or rescue organization.
    • Please Note: We will only be hearing those who signed up but were not given the opportunity to testify on HB 2804 during the 3-20-2019 meeting. To accommodate those interested in testifying, the Chair requests that each speaker
      limits their testimony to 2 minutes.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3001 CARRIED OVER FROM 3-20-2019 AGENDA: Provides that peer-to-peer car rental program shall be subject to same airport fees and state and local law, including taxes and fees, as car rental company.
    • HB 2787 Specifies that certain taxes related to transacting wet marine and transportation insurance in this state apply to authorized insurers.
    • HB 3131 Permits insurer to exclude from coverage under motor vehicle liability insurance policy person other than named insured based on certain specified criteria.
    • HB 3218 Limits time during which Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board may commence disciplinary proceedings.
    • HB 3003 Permits Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to release surety bond or other security on deposit with director if self-insured employer or self-insured employer group obtains paid-up insurance policy satisfactory to director.
    • HB 3193 Requires that, for employers that are contractors licensed by Construction Contractors Board, order of determination must include statement that failure to pay amounts determined to be owed to wage claimant shall result in Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries notifying board of such failure and board's suspension of contractor's license.


    • The following bill will be heard after 9:00 am
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2333 Defines "park model recreational vehicle.".

    • Note Change: HB 2333 has been added
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3009 Requires public employer to provide exclusive bargaining representative reasonable access to new employees in appropriate bargaining unit within 90 days of employee becoming part of bargaining unit.
    • HB 2231 Provides right to collectively bargain with State of Oregon to interpreters who receive compensation paid by state for providing interpretation services.
    • HB 3252 Excludes certain employees of Oregon State Police from meaning of supervisory employee for purposes of public employment.
    • HB 2992 Establishes as condition of enforceability of noncompetition agreement that employer provide signed, written copy of terms of agreement to employee within seven days after termination of employee's employment.
    • HB 2490 Directs Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries to appoint long term care wage board to examine factors that may present challenges to recruiting and retaining long term care employees.
    • HB 3312 Prohibits title loan lender and payday loan lender from making new title loan or payday loan within seven days of date on which any title loan or payday loan expires, including title loans or payday loans from other title loan lenders or payday loan lenders.
    • HB 3389 Provides that name and address of lottery prize winner are confidential and may not be publicly disclosed by Oregon State Lottery Commission or Oregon State Lottery unless prize winner provides written authorization for disclosure.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2341 Makes unlawful employment practice for employer to deny reasonable accommodation to known limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition or to take certain actions related to reasonable accommodations to known limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition.
    • HB 2593 Conforms Oregon law related to expression of milk in workplace to federal law.
    • HB 2998 Removes requirement that documents related to business organizations that are submitted for filing to Secretary of State must be in English language.
Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2366 Allocates $1,600,000 of lottery revenue to Oregon Business Development Department to be used to issue grants or loans in support of redevelopment of Port of Port Orford Cannery.
    • HB 2383 Appropriates moneys for distribution to Curry County assessor for pilot program to increase employment in assessor's office in order to achieve assessment rotation of seven years for taxable property.
    • HB 2384 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Curry County for purpose of installing fiber optic telecommunication line to Cape Blanco Airport.
    • HB 2810 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Historic Portland Public Market Foundation for predevelopment expenses for James Beard Public Market.
    • HB 3096 Authorizes exception allowing certain cities to impose tax or fee, in excess of standard limitation, on production, processing or sale of marijuana items.
    • HB 3200 Requires applicant for marijuana production license that does not own premises at which marijuana will be produced to submit signed informed consent of owner of premises to Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2053 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/19 AGENDA: Modifies provisions related to employment and employee compensation for Oregon Business Retention and Expansion Program, enterprise zones, long term incentives for rural enterprise zones and business development income tax exemption.
    • HB 2174 For urban renewal plan proposed on or after July 1, 2019, that includes public building project, requires concurrence of at least three of four taxing districts estimated to forgo most property tax revenue under proposed plan.
    • HB 2613 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/19 AGENDA: Requires Oregon Business Development Department to prepare and report master plan for county fairground capital construction.
    • HB 2672 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/19 AGENDA: Authorizes Department of Revenue to reimburse State Department of Agriculture, State Department of Energy and Water Resources Department for expenses incurred in administration and enforcement of activities related to cannabis.
    • HB 3110 Creates Oregon Rural Service Center within Oregon Business Development Department to assist rural counties, and cities and special districts located in rural areas, to apply for and manage public and private funding opportunities for purposes of workforce and economic development.
    • HB 3211 Directs State Department of Agriculture to advance design of cannabis business certification program.

    • Note Change: HB 2053, HB 2613, and HB 2672 have been carried over
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2179 Establishes Task Force on Blockchain Applications and Legislation.
    • HB 2948 Directs Trust for Cultural Development Board to study issues related to administration of Trust for Cultural Development Account and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly.
    • HB 3113 Increases number of premises at which winery licensee may import, process, store and export wine or cider and sell malt beverages, wine and cider.
    • HB 3239 Removes limit on number of full on-premises sales licenses that distillery licensee may hold.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3386 Identifies types of businesses eligible to deliver distilled liquor, malt beverages, wine or cider to person taking possession for personal or social use.
Education
  • Work Session
    • HB 2263 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Directs Department of Education, in collaboration with Higher Education Coordinating Commission, to administer Accelerated College Credit Planning Partnership Grant Program to encourage partnerships between school districts and post-secondary institutions of education to offer accelerated college credit programs.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HJR 15 Directs state agencies to follow Childhood and Early Parenting Principles as framework for policies and programs for early parenting and early childhood development.
    • HB 2939 Directs Youth Development Division to develop and administer statewide youth reengagement system.
    • HB 3115 Removes sunset on provisions that allow foreign exchange students residing in dormitories to be considered resident students for purpose of State School Fund distributions.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2571 Provides that current or former foster child under 25 years of age is eligible for tuition waiver at institution of higher education if current or former foster child is enrolled in courses totaling one or more credit hours for purposes of pursuing initial undergraduate degree.
    • HB 2902 Requires school district to report on number of incidents during which students of classroom were removed from classroom because other student in classroom was acting in manner that would threaten to injure other person or to damage school property.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2213 Requires each community college and public university to ensure that course description for every academic course offered in succeeding academic term lists all textbooks enrolled students are required to purchase.
    • HB 2214 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for purpose of funding Oregon's Open Educational Resources (OER) Program.
    • HB 2389 Creates Oregon Bright Futures Plan Task Force.
    • HB 2519 Requires community colleges and universities operating in this state that receive state financial aid to adopt written policy on hazing, provide on-campus policy training on hazing and annually report to Higher Education Coordinating Commission number of hazing incidents reported and investigated by community college or university during previous academic year.
    • HB 2594 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for Sustainable City Year Program at University of Oregon.
    • HB 2910 Requires that for person who completes prior educational requirements to participate in Oregon Promise program while incarcerated or detained, six-month period to enroll in courses to participate in program begins after person's period of incarceration or detention has ended.

    • Note Change: HB 2029 and HB 2989 have been removed from the agenda.

  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2871 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to conduct study to determine what additional actions are necessary to meet 40-40-20 goals.
    • HB 3015 Permits former adopted foster children to have amount of tuition and all fees waived if attending defined institutions of higher education for purposes of pursuing initial undergraduate degree.
    • HB 3020 Requires public schools to make available, at no cost, menstrual products in at least 50 percent of bathrooms at schools with students in any grade from grade 7 through 12.
    • HB 3236 Directs Department of Education to implement assessment system that limits number of content-based assessments and criterion-referenced assessments and to encourage school districts to use performance-based assessments.
    • HB 3257 Directs State Board of Education to adopt by rule policy and process for criminal records checks of certain persons who are not employed by school districts but who may have direct, unsupervised contact with school children in two or more school districts.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2021 Directs Department of Education to provide moneys for payment of costs of education of students in eligible residential alternative education program.
    • HB 2023 Directs State Board of Education to ensure that academic content standards for certain subjects include sufficient instruction on histories, contributions and perspectives of certain classifications of individuals.
    • HB 2030 Renames Oregon Youth Conservation Corps Advisory Committee as Oregon Youth Conservation Corps Advisory Board.
    • HB 2224 Directs Department of Education to distribute grants for improving student outcomes by supporting social, emotional, mental and physical health needs of students.
    • HB 2326 Provides funding for grant program under which Department of Education awards grants to school districts for percentage of certain student transportation costs for which school district does not receive any amount in distributions from State School Fund or any amount related to transit activities.
    • HB 2571 Provides that current or former foster child under 25 years of age is eligible for tuition waiver at institution of higher education if current or former foster child is enrolled in courses totaling one or more credit hours for purposes of pursuing initial undergraduate degree.
    • HB 2897 Establishes Early Childhood Equity Fund.
    • HB 2902 Requires school district to report on number of incidents during which students of classroom were removed from classroom because other student in classroom was acting in manner that would threaten to injure other person or to damage school property.

    • Note change: HB 3257, HB 2021, HB 2023, HB 2571, and HB 2902 have been added to the agenda.
    • Please note: This meeting is being scheduled from 3pm-6:30pm to allow the committee to complete its work prior to the deadline.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2556 Provides seven days of excused absences from school if pupil is dependent of member of Armed Forces of United States who is on active duty or who is called into active duty.
    • HB 2640 Provides that public universities and community colleges must waive all tuition and fees for enrolled students who are members of Native American tribe historically based in Oregon.
    • HB 2736 Allows school district and public charter school to implement nationally recognized high school assessment in mathematics, science or English if assessment complies with specified criteria.
    • HB 2942 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to adopt statewide higher education equity plan and take plan into account in recommending to Governor appropriations for specified programs, facilities and investments and in advising Legislative Assembly, Governor, community colleges, public universities and other state boards and commissions on educational policies.
    • HB 3038 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to establish Oregon work study pilot program to assist post-secondary students.
    • HB 3204 Establishes Dreamers Access Program to award student loans to eligible students with demonstrated financial need.
    • HB 3241 Directs Department of Education to develop and administer grant program to distribute moneys to school districts and education service districts to create safe points of entry to school buildings.
    • HB 3280 Alters commissioner composition of Higher Education Coordinating Commission by redesignating five current nonvoting positions as voting positions and by adding one additional position for graduate student attending public university.
    • HB 3345 Excludes credits earned in accelerated college credit programs from applying when determining eligibility for receiving Oregon Promise program grant or renewal of grant.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2676 Increases threshold under which school district may receive additional State School Fund moneys for student eligible for special education.
    • HB 2809 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to establish competency-based education pilot program.
    • HB 2941 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to require each mental health provider preparation program in this state to prepare plan to recruit and graduate diverse mental health providers.
    • HB 3212 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to conduct study to determine whether additional legislation is necessary to enhance process of transferring academic credits between community colleges and public universities.
    • Note change: HB 2736 and HB 2941 have been added to the agenda. HB 2516 has been removed from the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2876 Directs Department of Education to conduct study to determine adequacy of public education in state.
    • HB 2965 Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to conduct study to determine best method for reducing amount of student debt owed by individuals who graduate from community colleges and public universities.
    • HB 2967 Directs Department of Education to conduct study to identify sources of stable and sustainable funding for career and technical education programs.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2074 Directs Oregon Department of Administrative Services to prepare tentative budget for funding of State School Fund.
    • HB 2441 Requires school districts to provide coordinated comprehensive school counseling program.
    • HB 2760 Establishes Universal School Meal Account for purpose of reimbursing school districts for certain costs incurred in providing federally reimbursable meals.
    • HB 2761 Allows school district to seek reimbursement for amounts incurred from providing school meals as required by state law.
    • HB 2765 Requires school district that provides breakfast to make breakfast available after start of school day.




    • Please note: HB 2899 is scheduled for a work session solely for the purpose of moving it without recommendation,
      rescinding the referral to the Joint Committee on Student Success and requesting referral to the committee on Rules.

  • Work Session
    • HB 2899 Prescribes requirements for removal of student from classroom or school setting by school employees or law enforcement.
    • HB 2940 Establishes pilot program for purpose of increasing number of public school students who are served by school social workers.
    • HB 2976 Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to adopt by rule additional minimum standards for licensing of career schools that receive $10 million or more in annual revenue or that are subsidiary with parent company.
    • HB 2990 Establishes Task Force on Family Engagement in Education.
    • HB 3010 Establishes Task Force on Educator Attraction and Retention.







    • Note change: HB 2074, HB 2760, HB 2761, HB 2765, HB 2899, HB 2967, HB 2976 have been added to the agenda.

Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3325 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-21-2019 AGENDA: Requires public utility to meet certain requirements for processing applications from nonresidential customer-generators to interconnect to electric distribution system net metering facility that has generating capacity of more than 25 kilowatts but less than two megawatts.
    • HB 3065 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-21-2019 AGENDA: Directs Public Utility Commission to establish public process for investigating continuing relevance of telecommunications carrier of last resort obligations.
    • HB 2857 Requires eight percent of electricity sold in this state by each electric company that makes sales to 25,000 or more retail electricity consumers to be generated by small-scale renewable energy facilities or certain biomass facilities.
    • HB 3274 Requires eight percent of electricity sold in this state by each electric company that makes sales to 25,000 or more retail electricity consumers to be generated by small-scale renewable energy facilities or certain biomass facilities.
    • HB 2496 Includes battery storage in definition of "green energy technology." Defines "total contract price." Permits contracting agency, as alternative to including green energy technology in construction, reconstruction or major renovation of public building, to make expenditure to improve energy use efficiency in public building.

      Note change: HB 3355 has been removed.

  • Work Session
    • HB 2856 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Water Resources Department to study ground water in this state.
    • HB 2618 Requires State Department of Energy to adopt by rule program for providing rebates for purchase, construction or installation of residential and commercial solar electric systems and paired solar and storage systems.
    • HB 2509 Prohibits use of single-use checkout bags except in certain cases.
    • HB 2329 Modifies definition of "energy facility" for purposes of regulation of energy facilities by Energy Facility Siting Council.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3065 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-26-2019 AGENDA: Directs Public Utility Commission to establish public process for investigating continuing relevance of telecommunications carrier of last resort obligations.
    • HB 2857 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-26-2019 AGENDA: Requires eight percent of electricity sold in this state by each electric company that makes sales to 25,000 or more retail electricity consumers to be generated by small-scale renewable energy facilities or certain biomass facilities.
    • HB 3274 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-26-2019 AGENDA: Requires eight percent of electricity sold in this state by each electric company that makes sales to 25,000 or more retail electricity consumers to be generated by small-scale renewable energy facilities or certain biomass facilities.
    • HB 2496 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03-26-2019 AGENDA: Includes battery storage in definition of "green energy technology." Defines "total contract price." Permits contracting agency, as alternative to including green energy technology in construction, reconstruction or major renovation of public building, to make expenditure to improve energy use efficiency in public building.
    • HB 2855 Modifies general powers of Public Utility Commission.
    • HB 3055 Prohibits sale of mattress or children's product that incorporates or bears specified chemicals unless person affixes or attaches warning to mattress or children's product.
    • HB 3141 Modifies and adds laws related to electric vehicle charging stations.

      Note change: HB 3065, HB 2857, HB 3274, and HB 2496 have been added.

  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3094 Establishes Home Weatherization, Retrofit and Affordability Program for Housing and Community Services Department to provide incentive payments to construction contractors undertaking energy improvement projects on residential structures.
    • HB 3157 Requires Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to amend Low-Rise Residential Dwelling Code to require alternative energy collection or generation by December 15, 2020.
    • HB 3174 Directs Public Utility Commission to require electricity or natural gas utility to provide analog meter option for residential customers.
    • HB 2322 Requires Land Conservation and Development Commission to amend statewide land use planning goals related to energy to incorporate development of renewable energy facilities and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and to match state energy policies.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2883 Prohibits food vendor from using polystyrene container in selling, offering for sale, serving or dispensing prepared food to public.
    • HB 2819 Requires Water Resources Department to establish pilot program to make conserved Columbia River water available to holder of water right in critical ground water area in exchange for holder reducing appropriation of ground water.
    • HB 2853 Requires Water Resources Department to maintain registry of historic-use reservoirs.
    • HB 2860 Requires Oregon Health Authority to analyze ground water contaminant data and provide education in areas with ground water contaminant problems.

      Note change: HB 3094 has been added.

Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3165 Requires Oregon Health Authority to provide planning grants to 10 school districts or education service districts to evaluate community needs for school-based health services.
    • HB 3075 Permits duplicate health benefit plan coverage for public employees.
    • HB 3074 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03/21/2019 AGENDA: Limits rate review process that invites public comment to process for approving rates for health benefit plans.
    • HB 2986 Requires Oregon Health Authority and coordinated care organizations to partner with regional health equity coalitions in addressing health disparities for communities of color.
    • HB 2267 Requires Oregon Health Authority to report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to health, no later than September 20, 2020, on implementation of provisions requiring coordinated care organization governing boards to be more transparent.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3279 Requires Oregon Health Authority to establish uniform payment amounts applicable to medical assistance payments to providers of substance use disorder services and providers of mental health treatment.
    • HB 3095 Directs Department of Human Services to increase fee-for-service rate for behavioral health providers participating in medical assistance programs.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2303 CARRIED OVER FROM 03/21/2019 AGENDA: Deletes requirement that pseudoephedrine be classified as Schedule III controlled substance.

    • Note change: HB 2303 has been carried over from the 03/21/2019 agenda. Agenda items have been reorderd.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3076 Requires nonprofit hospitals and hospital systems to establish financial assistance policies meeting specified criteria.
    • HB 3262 Imposes assessment on large employers with employees who receive or who have minor children who receive certain types of public assistance in this state, in amount equal to public assistance paid.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2269 Requires Oregon Health Authority, in consultation with stakeholders, to propose to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to health, by January 1, 2020, long term solutions to financing health care in Oregon.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3165 Requires Oregon Health Authority to provide planning grants to 10 school districts or education service districts to evaluate community needs for school-based health services.
    • HB 2692 Requires Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee to publish on website of Oregon Health Authority within seven days recommendations concerning Practitioner-Managed Prescription Drug Plan.
    • HB 2678 Subject to exceptions, allows Oregon Health Authority to require prior authorization for prescription drugs, other than mental health drugs, that are not listed on Practitioner-Managed Prescription Drug Plan and that are reimbursed on fee-for-service basis.
Human Services and Housing
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2969 Creates trauma practice integration program in Governor's office to provide assistance to state agencies and private entities in providing trauma-informed services to children and adolescents.
    • HB 3383 Directs Department of Human Services to develop pilot program contracting with Yamhill County for provision of community-based child welfare services.
    • HB 3170 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program and Women, Infants and Children Farm Direct Nutrition Program.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3028 Increases percentage of federal earned income credit allowable as credit against Oregon personal income tax.
    • HB 3183 Adjusts punctuation in statute.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2027 Permits Office of Child Care to consider any information obtained by office when reviewing enrollment in Central Background Registry.
    • HB 2348 Directs Early Learning Division to develop pilot program in rural area of state that reimburses child care providers for cost of providing high-quality child care rather than percentage of market rate.
    • HB 2570 Appropriates moneys to Oregon Department of Administrative Services to increase size and diversity of group of court appointed special advocates.
    • HB 3270 Increases number of adults permitted to reside in adult foster home from five to seven.
    • HB 2626 Expands eligibility for Women, Infants and Children Program nutrition assistance to children up to 24 months of age, paid for with state funds.
    • HB 2639 Expands eligibility for Women, Infants and Children Program nutrition assistance to children five years of age or older who have not entered kindergarten, paid for with state funds.
    • HB 2771 Directs State Court Administrator to implement education program for state judges that focuses on issues that arise in international custody disputes.
    • Note changes: HB 2348 has been added to the agenda. HB 2001 has been removed from the agenda.
Judiciary
  • Work Session
    • HB 2431 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 03/25/2019 AGENDA: Requires each state agency to report to Attorney General, Public Records Advocate and public records subcommittee of Legislative Counsel Committee on number of public records requests received during preceding year, and number of those requests still outstanding after specified periods of time.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2474 Excludes subpoenas issued by district attorneys for grand juries from certain notice, content and procedural requirements applicable to summonses and subpoenas issued to financial institutions for financial records of customers.
    • HB 3145 Directs Public Defense Services Commission to conduct study on improving provision of public defense services and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020.
    • HB 3281 Requires Oregon Health Authority to research, study and compare behavioral health treatment in other states and report findings to appropriate interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2020.
    • Note change: HB 2431 Public Hearing changed to Work Session.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2514 Provides that person retains privacy and possessory interest in contents of residential garbage receptacle until collection for disposal by sanitation company.
    • HB 3117 Extends period for filing restraining order under Family Abuse Prevention Act to two years from 180 days after date of abuse.
    • HB 3249 Provides that client has right to privately communicate with lawyer and representative of lawyer.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2286 Places civil forfeiture proceeds used to fund scholarship for children of deceased or disabled public safety officers in account established or designated by State Treasurer in Oregon 529 Savings Network, rather than in Oregon 529 College Savings Plan Subaccount.
    • HB 2462 Directs court to, at time of arraignment, notify defendant that status as servicemember may make defendant eligible for treatment programs, specialty courts or sentencing mitigation.
    • HB 2466 Requires homeowners associations and condominium unit owners associations to be audited by certified public accountant at least once every three years if annual assessments exceed $500,000.
    • HB 2485 Establishes procedures for adoption of restated declaration, restated assignment of use of limited common elements and restated bylaws by condominium association.
    • HB 2486 Allows Real Estate Agency to electronically facilitate condominium reporting process.
    • HB 2585 Allows Chief Medical Examiner to complete and file report of death for person missing in wilderness and presumed dead.
    • HB 2598 Permits creation of noncharitable business purpose trust.
    • Note change: HB 2514 added.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2244 Establishes CourtCare Fund and appropriates moneys in fund to Department of Education for distribution to counties to operate CourtCare programs.
    • HB 2338 Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to conduct study on criminal sentencing outcomes and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020.
    • HB 2399 Authorizes court to impose compensatory fine without imposing any other fine as part of criminal sentence.
    • HB 3261 Modifies requirement to record peace officer's interview with person under 18 years of age to include interviews of investigations into misdemeanors, felonies and acts that, if committed by adult, would constitute crimes and require recorded interviews whenever person under 18 years of age would reasonably believe person is in custody.
    • HB 3300 Directs Department of Corrections to conduct study on provision of treatment services to persons in custody of department and present report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary on or before September 15, 2020.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3388 Modifies annual salaries of judges of Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit courts and Oregon Tax Court.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2353 Authorizes Attorney General, district attorney or court to award penalty to public records requester, plus reasonable attorney fees, if public body responds to request with undue delay or fails to be responsive to request.
    • HB 2395 Requires person that manufactures, sells or offers to sell connected device to equip connected device with reasonable security features that protect information that connected device collects, contains, stores or transmits from access, destruction, modification, use or disclosure that consumer does not authorize.
    • HB 3047 Modifies juvenile court dependency procedure to require any party issuing summons to bear financial responsibility for certain costs arising out of issuance of summons.
    • HB 3146 Changes statutory references to "inmate" to "adult in custody.".
    • HB 3164 Directs Public Defense Services Commission to distribute moneys to Metropolitan Public Defender Services for establishment and administration of pilot program according to specifications, collection of certain program data and submission of data to commission.
    • Note change: HB 2353 Public Hearing changed to HB2353 Work Session.
    • Please note 9:30 AM start time.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2562 Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Education for Title IX enforcement and compliance, sexual harassment prevention and gender discrimination prevention.
    • HB 2657 Directs Department of Justice to administer violence prevention funding program in consultation with Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force.
    • HB 3077 Modifies processes relating to reporting, investigating and appealing findings related to sexual harassment in schools.
Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2659 Repeals special assessments and property tax exemptions for forestlands covered by timber plantations and nonforested land.
    • HB 3044 Requires business or individual carrying out application of soil treatment or pesticide by aircraft to record information regarding application conditions.
    • HB 3084 Prohibits tax on use of suitable material other than virgin material for daily cover at disposal site.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2361 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3-21-2019 MEETING: Requires State Fish and Wildlife Commission to establish and prescribe fees for multiyear resident and nonresident hunting licenses.

    • Note change: House Bills 2829, 2834, and 2841 have been removed.

  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2923 Classifies certain persons as resident persons for purpose of purchasing licenses, tags and permits issued by State Fish and Wildlife Commission.
    • HB 3168 Authorizes operation of boats propelled by electric motors on named lakes and waters of this state under certain circumstances.
    • HB 3227 Establishes Excessive Elk Damage Pilot Program.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2351 Authorizes State Marine Board to adopt special regulations to protect shoreline in Willamette River Greenway.
    • HB 2352 Creates towed watersports program within State Marine Board.
    • HB 2746 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife to biennially report to Legislative Assembly regarding estimated change in wolf population.
    • HB 2834 Requires State Department of Fish and Wildlife, in consultation with Department of Transportation, to develop Wildlife Corridor and Safe Road Crossing Action Plan for use by state agencies.
    • HB 2829 Establishes Oregon Conservation and Recreation Fund.
    • HB 2979 Appropriates moneys to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to Association of Oregon Counties to contract for provision of technical assistance and information to landowners for complying with certain requirements related to replacement or repair of tide gates with opening size of four feet or smaller.

    • Note change: House Bills 2834, 2829, and 2979 have been added.

Revenue
    • PLEASE NOTE: 8:30 AM Start Time
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3133 Increases total amount allowed in tax year to all taxpayers as tax credits for donations to fiduciary organizations for distribution to individual development accounts.
    • HB 3237 Creates tax credit for workers at child care facilities rated three stars or higher with quality rating and improvement system.
    • PLEASE NOTE: 8:30 AM Start Time
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3134 Expands definition of "tourism promotion" for purposes of transient lodging taxation.
    • HB 3135 Requires Department of Revenue, for purpose of enforcing state and local transient lodging taxes, to purchase software that scrapes online data relating to transient lodging rentals.
    • HB 3136 Requires Oregon Tourism Commission to transfer moneys to Department of Revenue for department's use in collecting local transient lodging taxes on local, rather than regional, level on behalf of units of local government.
    • HB 3137 Provides that transient lodging tax becomes due when occupancy of transient lodging with respect to which tax is imposed ends.
    • HB 3138 Provides that exemption from transient lodging taxation for dwelling unit used by members of general public for temporary human occupancy for fewer than 30 days per year does not apply to dwelling unit rented out as transient lodging using platform of any kind provided in any manner by transient lodging intermediary.
    • PLEASE NOTE: 8:30 AM Start Time
  • Work Session
    • HB 2130 Creates and extends sunsets for certain property tax exemption and special assessment programs.
    • HB 2429 Provides that machinery and equipment used to compress and bale harvested straw, hay, grass or other plants for purpose of storage or shipment is tangible personal property exempt from ad valorem property taxation.
    • HB 2264 Exempts from property taxation property consisting of machinery, equipment, tools, implements or fixtures used primarily in agricultural or horticultural activities or animal husbandry, regardless of whether property is considered real property, and adds such property to definition of "tangible personal property." Adds farming tools and implements to tax-exempt personal property and adds preparing farm crops for shipping as tax-exempt use of personal property.
Rules
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3034 Establishes Legislative Assembly Paid Internships Program to provide stipends to interns performing services in offices of members of Legislative Assembly.
    • HB 3046 Requires Oregon Department of Administrative Services to include tribal boundaries on any legislative district maps department produces.
    • HB 3173 Specifies that when two or more county commissioners are elected for one county at same election and one is elected to fill vacancy, commissioner filling vacancy shall hold office for two years.
  • Possible Work Session
    • HB 2093 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 3/25/2019 AGENDA: Permits Oregon Department of Administrative Services to contract with other entity, and to participate in, sponsor, conduct or administer cooperative procurements, for purpose of acquiring, installing, maintaining or operating devices or facilities to deliver electricity to public for electric motor vehicles.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 3376 Provides that federally recognized Indian tribes in Oregon may apply for grants under emergency preparedness equipment grant program.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2138 Extends sunset for tax credit for provision of volunteer emergency medical services in rural area.
    • HB 2205 Directs Office of Emergency Management to study and make recommendations regarding possible improvements to operations of office.
    • HB 2373 Allows State Forester to order use of wildfire suppression personnel, equipment and services on any federal lands within state borders.
    • HB 2650 Appropriates moneys to Oregon Military Department to expand and increase access to statewide 2-1-1 system.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HCR 29 Recognizes and honors Sergeant First Class Richard Joseph Henkes II (1973-2006) for his service to his country.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2209 Requires railroads that own or operate high hazard train routes to have oil spill contingency plans that have been approved by Department of Environmental Quality.
    • HB 2536 Establishes Oregon Public Places Are Safe Places Investment Fund.

    • Note Change: Work Sessions for HB 2209 and HB 2536 have been added.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HCR 28 Recognizes and honors Sergeant First Class Scot R. Noss for his service to his country.
Joint
Capitol Culture
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HCR 20 Establishes standards of conduct applicable to Legislative Branch and other persons present in State Capitol.
    • HB 3377 Directs Legislative Assembly to study issues relating to safe and respectful workplace in State Capitol.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Maintaining a Professional Workplace
      Jessica Knieling, Interim Director, Employee Services
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Carbon Reduction
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures

    • HB 2020 Establishes Carbon Policy Office within Oregon Department of Administrative Services and directs Director of Carbon Policy Office to adopt Oregon Climate Action Program by rule.
    • Please Note: The work session is scheduled for the purpose of providing an opportunity for the committee members
      to discuss potential amendments to HB 2020. The committee will not be voting on amendments at this meeting.

Information Management and Technology
3/26/2019 1:00 PM, H-170 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Informational Meeting

    • Office of the State Chief Information Officer
      • Chief Data Officer Program
      • HB 3361 (2017) Implementation
4/2/2019 1:00 PM, H-170 - No Meeting Scheduled
4/4/2019 1:00 PM, H-170 - No Meeting Scheduled
Legislative Audits
  • Informational Meeting
    • Military Department, Office of Emergency Management – Grants Management Consulting Engagement Report
      • Julie Neburka, Legislative Fiscal Office
      • Pam Stroebel Powers, Powers CPA, LLC
      • Office of Emergency Management Response

Student Success
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Equity in Education
      Jenny Lee, Advocacy Director, Coalition of Communities of Color
      Carmen Xiomara Urbina, Deputy Director, Oregon Department of Education
      Amanda Manjarrez, Director of Advocacy, Latino Network
      Coi Vu, Director, Asian Family Center, Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)
      Donell Morgan, Executive Director, Elevate Oregon
      Parasa Chanramy, Director, Policy and Implementation, Stand for Children

    • AVID - Advancement Via Individual Determination
      Dr. Edward Lee Vargas, Executive Vice President, AVID
      Melissa Cole, State Director, AVID Oregon


    • Note Change: Marcie Bradley has been removed and Donell Morgan has been added as a presenter.

  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

    • Committee Discussion

Student Success Subcommittee On Revenue
    • NOTE: 6:00 PM Start Time
  • Informational Meeting
    • Revenue Options
      Legislative Revenue Office
    • NOTE: 6:00 PM Start Time
  • Informational Meeting
    • Revenue Options
      Legislative Revenue Office
Tax Expenditures
3/29/2019 8:30 AM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
Transportation
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2682 Clarifies that bicycle lane continues in and through intersection where markings are interrupted by intersection.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2219 Creates Task Force on Extending the Westside Express Service Commuter Line to Salem.
    • HB 2236 Allows farm tractors to operate on state highways that have speed limit or posted speed of more than 35 miles per hour.
    • HB 2603 Directs Department of Transportation to study train delays and report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to transportation on or before September 15, 2020.
    • HB 2881 Replaces vehicle weight rating with designation as passenger vehicle as qualification for per-mile road usage charge program.

    • Note Change: SB 397 has been removed.
Ways and Means
3/29/2019 9:00 AM, HR F - No Meeting Scheduled
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Capital Construction
  • Informational Meeting
    • Public Employees Retirement System - Legislative Review of System Financing - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Education
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission

      --PUBLIC TESTIMONY
      on Community Colleges and Related Programs
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission

      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY




  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024 Higher Education Coordinating Commission

      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY




  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024
      Higher Education Coordinating Commission

      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024
      Higher Education Coordinating Commission


      --PUBLIC TESTIMONY ON Public Universities,
      related programs and funding.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024
      Higher Education Coordinating Commission


      --INVITED TESTIMONY and PUBLIC TESTIMONY
      on Oregon Health Sciences Universities
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5024
      Higher Education Coordinating Commission


      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means Subcommittee On General Government
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Department of Revenue - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Work Session
    • Department of Revenue - Outcome-Based Management Assessment Report - ADDED
    • Department of Revenue - External Comprehensive Audit Report - ADDED
    • Department of Revenue - SB 1067 Collections Report -ADDED
    • Department of Revenue - Private Collections Firm Report - ADDED
    • Department of Revenue - Collections Division Feasibility Study Report - ADDED
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5033 Department of Revenue - INVITED TESTIMONY & PUBLIC TESTIMONY

      ADDED INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5034 Secretary of State - INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5034 Secretary of State - INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5034 Secretary of State - INVITED TESTIMONY AND PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Informational Meeting
    • Oregon State Lottery Commission - INVITED TESTIMONY
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Human Services
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5525 Oregon Health Authority - PUBLIC TESTIMONY
    • SB 5526 Oregon Health Authority - Fee Ratification Bill - PUBLIC TESTIMONY


      Public Employees' Benefit Board
      Oregon Educators' Benefit Board
      Public Health
      Fees
      Central Services
      State Assessments and Enterprise-wide Costs

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY - Testimony may be limited to 2-3 minutes per person
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5525 Oregon Health Authority - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
      Agency Summary
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5026 Department of Human Services - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
      Shared Services
    • SB 5525 Oregon Health Authority - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
      Shared Services
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Natural Resources
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5035 Department of State Lands - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5035 Department of State Lands - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5035 Department of State Lands - Public Testimony - PUBLIC TESTIMONY
4/1/2019 1:00 PM, H-174 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Informational Meeting
    • Department of Environmental Quality - Harmful Algae Blooms -IINVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
4/3/2019 1:00 PM, H-174 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • Informational Meeting
    • Department of Environmental Quality - Vehicle Inspection Program - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Public Safety
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5504 Department of Corrections

      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5504 Department of Corrections

      --INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5504 Department of Corrections

      --PUBLIC TESTIMONY
  • Work Session
    • Department of Corrections Report on Retrofitting the Oregon State Penitentiary

      --Minimum for Geriatric Adults in Custody
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5513
      Oregon Judicial Department


      --INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5513
      Oregon Judicial Department


      --INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5513
      Oregon Judicial Department


      --INVITED TESTIMONY
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5513
      Oregon Judicial Department


      --PUBLIC TESTIMONY
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5516 Bureau of Labor and Industries - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY
3/27/2019 1:00 PM, HR F - Meeting Cancelled
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5516 Bureau of Labor and Industries - INVITED TESTIMONY ONLY - Change in Testimony Type

      Public Testimony will be moved to Monday, 4/1/2019
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • SB 68 Relating to fees imposed by the Public Utility Commission
  • Work Session
    • SB 5534 Public Utility Commission of Oregon
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5516 Bureau of Labor and Industries - PUBLIC TESTIMONY