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Education
  • Public Hearing
    • Aligns statutory language with constitutional language to require that corporate kicker be used to fund kindergarten through grade 12 public education.
    • Clarifies agency access to moneys in Early Learning Account.
    • Increases amount person may be reimbursed for provision of vision screening to student.

    • Note change: The work session on SB 531 has been removed.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Quality Education Model
      Presenters, TBD
  • Public Hearing
    • Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Department of Education for purposes of conducting comprehensive review of and updating Quality Education Model.
    • Limits scope by which public charter schools may conduct operations in school district that is not sponsor of public charter school.
Energy and Environment
  • Public Hearing
    • Prohibits sale of new clothes washers unless washers are equipped with built-in or in-line microfiber filtration system.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Renewable Hydrogen in Oregon: Overview and Opportunities
      Rebecca Smith, Senior Energy Policy Analyst, Oregon Department of Energy
      Michelle Detwiler, Executive Director, Renewable Hydrogen Alliance
      Evan Ransey, Senior Director, Bonneville Environmental Foundation
    • Youth Voices
      This is an opportunity for youth to tell the committee about an energy or environment issue that is significant to them. If you are a student (kindergarten – 12th grade) that would like to participate, please register at the following link
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bPeyEKkSWYFS1X8 and indicate your preference to participate either remotely or in person. Due to committee schedules, we may need to limit how many individuals can speak in one day and we ask that you keep your testimony to three minutes. If you would prefer to share your views in writing, please submit your testimony to SEE.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov and it will be posted on OLIS.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • House Bill 2021 (2021) Implementation
      Christy Splitt, Government Relations Coordinator, Oregon Department of Energy
      Megan Decker, Chair, Public Utility Commission
      Matthew McVee, Vice President of Regulatory Policy and Operations, Pacific Power
      Kristen Sheeran, Director of Resource Planning and Sustainability, Portland General Electric
      Jennifer Hill-Hart, Oregon Citizens' Utility Board
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Department of Environmental Quality to study disposal of electric vehicle batteries and batteries used to store energy in wind or solar renewable energy facilities.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Youth Voices
      This is an opportunity for youth to tell the committee about an energy or environment issue that is significant to them. If you are a student (kindergarten – 12th grade) that would like to participate, please register at the following link
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bPeyEKkSWYFS1X8 and indicate your preference to participate either remotely or in person. Due to committee schedules, we may need to limit how many individuals can speak in one day and we ask that you keep your testimony to three minutes. If you would prefer to share your views in writing, please submit your testimony to SEE.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov and it will be posted on OLIS.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Finance and Revenue
  • Work Session
    • (For the purpose of moving the bill to the Senate Committee on Housing and Development). Provides that unused portion of amount of pass-through revenue bonds authorized for issuance in preceding biennium carries forward until legislation authorizing amount of pass-through revenue bonds for current biennium is enacted.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Property Tax Overview
      Legislative Revenue Office
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Department of Revenue to develop schedule allowing personal income taxpayers to voluntarily report taxpayers' self-identified race and ethnicity identifiers.
    • Directs Oregon Investment Council to develop, publish and implement policy to incorporate human rights analyses into investment decisions.
  • Public Hearing
    • Exempts from state income tax retirement pay or pension received as result of service in Armed Forces of the United States.
    • Exempts from state income for taxpayers 62 years of age or younger receiving retirement pay or pension for service in Armed Forces of the United States up to $17,500 in retirement pay or pension received for service in Armed Forces of the United States and up to $17,500 in retirement pay or pension received from other sources.
2/2/2023 3:00 PM, HR A - No Meeting Scheduled
Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • Creates dental care provider incentive grant program within Oregon Health Authority to increase recruitment and retention of dental care providers.
    • Requires dental laboratory to register with Health Licensing Office.
    • Directs Oregon Health Authority to establish grant program to provide financial support to certified dental sealant programs that promote and engage in oral health care coordination activities.
    • Modifies membership of Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board.
  • Public Hearing
    • Appropriates moneys to be used for regional health equity coalitions.
    • Prohibits disclosure of individually identifiable data collected in accordance with uniform standards adopted by Oregon Health Authority for collection of data on race, ethnicity, preferred spoken and written languages, disability status, sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • Work Session
    • Requires Housing and Community Services Department to provide sample plans and grants for senior cottages.
    • The following bill is scheduled solely for the purpose of moving to the Senate Committee on Housing and Development.
  • Work Session
    • Modifies membership of Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board.
    • Allows State Board of Pharmacy to adopt rules to issue temporary license to perform duties of pharmacy technician.
    • Note change: Added Work Session on SB 46.
Housing and Development
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires residential landlords to extend notice periods for terminations of tenancy based on nonpayment of rent and to include additional notices.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires landlord to allow dwelling to be used as family child care home, subject to conditions.
    • Requires Oregon Facilities Authority to provide financing for infrastructure and predevelopment costs for moderate income housing.
    • Requires Oregon Department of Administrative Services to provide grant and loan to specified entity to develop multifamily dwellings, affordable to moderate income families, using scaled modular or prefabricated construction.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Human Services
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • Background Check Unit, Oregon Department of Human Services
    • Office of Training, Investigations and Safety (OTIS), Oregon Department of Human Services
    • Children’s Care Licensing Unit, Oregon Department of Human Services
  • Work Session
    • Directs Department of Human Services to provide specified services to individuals with brain injuries and to convene Brain Injury Advisory Committee.
    • Removes requirement that each community developmental disabilities program and support service brokerage have written management plan.
    • Youth Voices
      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 public comment:
      - Email: SHS.exhibits@oregonlegislature,gov. Please specify agenda topic in subject line.
      - Mail: Senate Human Services
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR, 97301
      - Written comment may be submitted up to 48 hours after the meeting start time.
    • Note change: SB 573 has been removed from the agenda.


  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • The Office of Training, Investigations and Safety (OTIS) Investigations in Public Schools
    • Children’s Care Licensing Program Process for Out of State Licensure
  • Public Hearing
    • Modifies definition of "abuse" for purposes of child abuse to include violations of existing laws prohibiting infliction of corporal punishment on students and use of restraint and seclusion on students.
    • Prohibits use of public funds for out-of-state residential placement of students.
  • Work Session
    • Directs Center for Health Statistics to enter name of parent on original record of live birth when paternity or parentage has been determined under certain circumstances.
    • Directs State Board of Forestry to convey certain state forest lands to county that determines that county would secure greatest permanent value of lands to county and requests conveyance.
    • Please note: SB 795 is scheduled solely for the purpose of moving it back to the Senate President's desk for referral to another committee.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: Work Sessions for SB 795 and Possible Introduction of Committee Measures have been added.
    • Youth Voices
      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 public comment:
      - Email: SHS.exhibits@oregonlegislature,gov. Please specify agenda topic in subject line.
      - Mail: Senate Human Services
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR, 97301
      - Written comment may be submitted up to 48 hours after the meeting start time.
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Department of Human Services to request from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approval of waiver to obtain federal financial participation in costs of program to pay parents of minor children with disabilities to provide attendant care services to children.
    • Requires Oregon Health Authority to request federal approval to allow parent or legal guardian to be paid to act as personal support worker or direct support professional for minor child who has intellectual or developmental disability.
    • Authorizes Superintendent of Public Instruction to require school district to reimburse parent or foster parent for reasonable expenses incurred by parent or foster parent while student was placed on abbreviated school day program in violation of requirements for program.
  • Work Session
    • Modifies definition of "abuse" for purposes of child abuse to include violations of existing laws prohibiting infliction of corporal punishment on students and use of restraint and seclusion on students.
    • Prohibits use of public funds for out-of-state residential placement of students.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Youth Voices
      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 public comment:
      - Email: SHS.exhibits@oregonlegislature,gov. Please specify agenda topic in subject line.
      - Mail: Senate Human Services
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR, 97301
      - Written comment may be submitted up to 48 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to give public comment during Informational Meetings:
      - Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0TbuATTs3j0OrVI
      - Register by phone to speak in person or remotely: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free)
      - Registration closes 30 minutes ahead of meeting start time.
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Department of Human Services to administer program to provide medical assistance to employed individuals with disabilities without regard to individuals' income or resources.
    • Requires closed-captioned television receivers in public areas within places of public accommodation to display closed captioning unless exception applies.
    • Modifies definition of "communication facilitator.".
  • Informational Meeting
    • Youth Voices
      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 public comment:
      - Email: SHS.exhibits@oregonlegislature,gov. Please specify agenda topic in subject line.
      - Mail: Senate Human Services
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR, 97301
      - Written comment may be submitted up to 48 hours after the meeting start time.

      Register to give public comment during Informational Meetings:
      - Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6K05Xyz7SKtV3Vk
      - Register by phone to speak in person or remotely: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free)
      - Registration closes 30 minutes ahead of meeting start time.
Judiciary
  • Public Hearing
    • Expands authority of Chief Justice of Supreme Court to make rules for gathering specified information and identifying and evaluating disparities and impacts in justice system in Oregon.
    • Increases number of circuit court judges in certain judicial districts.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: SB 532 removed.
  • Public Hearing
    • Modifies legislative findings concerning alternative incarceration programs.
    • Modifies when use of force upon minor child or student is justifiable and not criminal.
    • Establishes procedure for charging aggravated version of offense when defendant commits felony while wearing body armor.
  • Work Session
    • Modifies proof of parentage required for intestate succession.
    • Increases amount of civil penalty Attorney General may obtain for violation of antitrust statutes from $250,000 to $1 million.
    • Modifies damages and penalties awarded for action for false claims.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Provides that lack of verbal or physical resistance does not by itself constitute lack of consent or inability to consent in determination of whether sexual act is consensual.
    • Modifies definition of "sexual contact" for purposes of Oregon Criminal Code.
    • Creates affirmative defense to crimes involving visual depiction or visual recording of sexually explicit conduct involving child when defendant and child are within specified age range and certain other circumstances exist.
  • Work Session
    • Modifies statutes to allow for nonattorney associate members of the Oregon State Bar to practice law in certain scope of practice.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires owner of real property where site of unlawful manufacture of marijuana or unlawful production of marijuana is located to clean up waste from site upon receipt of notification from law enforcement agency.
    • Directs juvenile department to ensure that youth taken into custody receives sex trafficking screening.
  • Work Session
    • Allows persons convicted of felony to register to vote, update voter registration and vote in elections while incarcerated.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: SB 589 removed.
Labor and Business
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • Requires Department of Transportation, Oregon Department of Administrative Services and any contracting agency that uses funds from American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to study use of apprentices in projects for public works and other public improvement projects.
    • Allows holder of direct shipper permit to ship up to five cases of cider or malt beverages, each containing not more than nine liters, per month to Oregon resident.
  • Public Hearing
    • Makes permanent provision excluding certain employees of Oregon State Police from meaning of supervisory employee for purposes of public employment.
    • Excludes hours of overtime worked for Oregon State Police from limitations on inclusion of overtime in final average salary for purposes of Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan.
    • Establishes Task Force on Occupational Licensing.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: Removed Public Hearing for SB 128.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • Specifies additional circumstances under which Construction Contractors Board may revoke, suspend, condition or refuse to issue or reissue license for construction contractor, or impose civil penalty for violation of laws that regulate work of construction contractors in this state.
    • Allows person who retires from Department of State Police as police officer to participate in group benefit plan offered by Public Employees' Benefit Board with no increase in premiums.
  • Public Hearing
    • Permits employees of certain state agencies to refuse to work additional mandatory overtime shift scheduled by employer when employee has already worked mandatory overtime in same month.
    • Directs Department of Human Services to develop or acquire and maintain information system for tracking investigations related to allegations of workplace discrimination and harassment.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Natural Resources
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers
    • State-Federal Government Collaboration to Reduce the Risk of Catastrophic Wildfire
      Cal Mukumoto, State Forester, Oregon Department of Forestry
      Glenn Casamassa, Regional Forester, United States Forest Service
      Barry Bushue, Oregon-Washington State Director, United States Bureau of Land Management
      Lauren Bennett, Public Affairs Officer, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
      Lucas Smith, Legislative Assistant, Office of U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley
      Sarah Bittleman, Deputy Chief of Staff & Policy Director, Office of U.S. Senator Ron Wyden
    • Note change: presenters have been updated.
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Oregon Business Development Department to establish and administer grant program for aquifer recharge due diligence and forgivable loan program for aquifer recharge testing.
    • Establishes criteria for determining existence or lack of new ground water use impairment or interference with water right having earlier priority date.
    • Exempts collection, storage or use of diffuse surface water from falling rain, melting snow or other precipitation from requirement to obtain water right permit or certificate.
    • Provides that year in which Governor declares that drought exists, or is likely to exist, within county does not count toward period of time for forfeiture of water right for nonuse for owner of water right within county.
Rules
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • Oregon Secretary of State Fagan’s Legislative Initiatives
      Shemia Fagan, Oregon Secretary of State
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures

    • Note Change: Informational meeeting has been updated.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • Update from the Oregon Association of County Clerks
      Tim Scott, President
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • Expresses support for county clerks and local election officials.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Veterans, Emergency Management, Federal and World Affairs
    • Please Note: the meeting will start at 8:30 am.
  • Public Hearing
    • Recognizes and honors service members of Oregon National Guard.
    • Note change: start time has changed to 8:30 am.
    • - Go to: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/citizen engagement/Pages/language-access.aspx
      - Language Access Services (interpreter, translation, CART):
      Request services at least 3 days prior to the scheduled meeting date.
      - Closed captioning is available for live and recorded meetings.


    • Please Note: the meeting will start at 8:30 am.
  • Public Hearing
    • Recognizes and honors Deputy Douglas Eugene Smith (1955-1978) for his service to this state.
    • In memoriam: Former state Representative Ralph Davis Brown, 1944-2022.
    • Note change: the meeting time has changed to 8:30 am. The order of the bills has changed.
    • - Go to: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/citizen engagement/Pages/language-access.aspx
      - Language Access Services (interpreter, translation, CART):
      Request services at least 3 days prior to the scheduled meeting date.
      - Closed captioning is available for live and recorded meetings.
House
Agriculture, Land Use, Natural Resources, and Water
  • Work Session
    • Dissolves Oregon Alfalfa Seed Commission.
    • Amends certain provisions of program for special assessment of wildlife habitat land relating to monitoring of implementation by landowner of approved wildlife habitat conservation and management plan.
    • Provides licensing exemption for person slaughtering not more than 1,000 rabbits for use as human food.
    • Appropriates moneys from General Fund to State Department of Agriculture for purpose of funding grant program related to establishments that process and sell meat products.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • Oregon Secretary of State Advisory Report on Water Security
      Bonnie Crawford, Senior Auditor, Secretary of State Audit Division
      Kip Memmott, Audits Director, Secretary of State Audits Division
      Olivia Recheked, Audit Manager, Secretary of State Audits Division
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires State Department of Agriculture to study potential uses for animal processing waste products.
    • Appropriates moneys to State Department of Agriculture, out of General Fund, for purpose of developing grant program to fund construction of meat rendering plants.
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Oregon State University to research reduced-risk pest management tools for Oregon's specialty crops and report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2027.
    • Requires Oregon Health Authority to ensure that communities in this state have access to safe drinking water.
    • Provides that municipal corporation or people's utility district may apply for certificate to use water for hydroelectric purposes within artificial delivery system even if municipal corporation or people's utility district is not holder of underlying water right, with permission of holder of underlying water right.
    • Directs State Department of Agriculture, in consultation with Pesticide Analytical and Response Center, to establish farmworker outreach program.
  • Work Session
    • Appropriates moneys to State Department of Fish and Wildlife, out of General Fund, for purposes related to chronic wasting disease.
    • Note change: HB 3097, HB 3098, and HB 2532 have been added.
Behavioral Health and Health Care
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Oregon Health Authority to study substance use.
    • Directs Oregon Health Authority to develop and maintain electronic system to collect information about administration of naloxone or other specified drugs, and deaths resulting from opioid overdose.
    • Exempts from drug paraphernalia prohibitions any testing equipment that analyzes substances for presence of specified controlled substances.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Oregon Health Authority to establish accreditation program for substance use disorder treatment programs.
    • Allows certain pharmacy technicians to administer vaccines.
    • Enacts interstate Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact.
    • Requires insurers offering health benefit plans and pharmacy benefit managers to provide specified information regarding prescribed drug covered by plan or administered by manager, at time drug is prescribed.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission, in collaboration with Oregon Health Authority, to establish grant program for purpose of distributing moneys to institutions of higher education to develop programs that prepare students to enter into behavioral health workforce.
    • Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority to be used for specified purposes related to expanding behavioral health provider workforce.
    • Authorizes county to declare shortage of health care and human services personnel and apply to Oregon Health Authority for moneys to make grants to employers to alleviate shortage by offering certain benefits to potential workers and educators.
    • Requires Oregon Health Authority to provide incentives to increase recruitment and retention of local public health professionals.
    • Extends health care provider incentive program to health care providers who are students enrolled in health professional training programs leading to licensure as licensed practical nurse or registered nurse.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Expands and provides funding for coordinated crisis services system including 9-8-8 suicide prevention and behavioral health crisis hotline.
    • Requires Portland State University, subject to sufficient moneys being appropriated, to enhance state's capacity to educate public mental health and addiction treatment providers by July 1, 2028, by materially increasing number of graduates from relevant degree programs.
    • Authorizes Health Licensing Office to issue sign language interpreter license to qualified applicant.
    • Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Health Authority for Oregon Medical Coordination Center.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services to adopt rules requiring long term care facilities and skilled nursing facilities to participate in Oregon Capacity System.
    • Increases amount of income tax credit allowed to rural medical providers.
    • Adds nursing assistant or nurse to types of providers who are eligible for income tax credit allowed to rural medical providers.
    • Adds licensed mental health professionals and certified medical laboratory scientists and medical laboratory technicians to types of providers eligible for tax credit allowed to rural medical care provider.
    • Modifies conditions of eligibility for tax credit allowed to rural medical care provider.
    • Adds registered nurse who is nursing faculty member to types of providers who are eligible for income tax credit allowed to rural medical providers.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires health insurance coverage of health care interpretation services that are legally mandated.
    • Changes term "physician assistant" to "physician associate.".
    • Removes requirement that physician assistant collaboration agreement with employer include physician assistant performance assessment.
    • Adds two members who are physician assistants or retired physician assistants to membership of Oregon Medical Board.
  • Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
Business and Labor
  • Public Hearing
    • Modifies provisions relating to use of contributions and reserves of self-insurance programs established by multiple public bodies to insure against tort liability or property damage.
    • Decreases number of course hours required before person may sit for certified public accountant exam.
    • Expands list of employees that may be charged certain representation fees to include employees of Department of Corrections and of Oregon Corrections Enterprises, and parole and probation officers who supervise adult offenders.
  • Work Session
    • Clarifies that Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board is responsible for determining specified criteria for registration or certification of appraisal management companies.
    • Authorizes Department of Revenue to disclose information to Employment Department for purpose of administering paid family and medical leave insurance program.
    • Provides, with respect to contract with landscape contracting business, right of rescission within three business days after contract execution.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: a work session on HB 2052 has been removed.
  • Public Hearing
    • Provides that person that carries on, conducts or transacts business in county of this state under assumed business name that person has not registered or for which person does not maintain registration lacks standing in courts of this state to maintain action on behalf of business.
    • Updates and streamlines process and procedure for conducting cooperative procurements for public contracts and public improvement contracts.
    • Directs Oregon Business Development Department to develop and administer loan program to provide financial assistance to eligible employers to mitigate costs associated with compliance with agricultural overtime compensation requirements under section 2, chapter 115, Oregon Laws 2022 (Enrolled House Bill 4002).
    • Prohibits employer from requiring employee to use vacation, sick or annual leave for time spent by employee as appointed member of board, commission, council or committee created by statute.
  • Work Session
    • Provides that data broker may not collect, sell or license brokered personal data within this state unless data broker first registers with Department of Consumer and Business Services.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Note change: a work session on HB 2052 has been added.
Climate, Energy, and Environment
  • Informational Meeting
    • Biennial Energy Report
      Janine Benner, Director, Oregon Department of Energy
      Ruchi Sadhir, Associate Director of Strategic Engagement, Oregon Department of Energy
    • Incentives to Support the Transition to Zero Emissions for Medium- and Heavy-duty Sectors in Oregon Report Overview
      Suzanne Carlson, Climate Office Director, Oregon Department of Transportation
      Michael R. Orman, Air Quality Planning Section Manager, Oregon Department of
      Environmental Quality
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Department of Environmental Quality to establish program to provide rebates to persons that purchase qualifying medium or heavy duty zero-emission vehicles.
    • Creates income or corporate excise tax credit allowed for purchase of commercial-grade battery-powered leaf blowers and related equipment.
    • Note change: the speakers' names have been added.
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires person who owns, operates or controls high energy use facility to ensure that greenhouse gas emissions associated with electricity used by high energy use facility are reduced to 60 percent below baseline emissions levels by 2027, 80 percent below baseline emissions levels by 2030, 90 percent below baseline emissions levels by 2035 and 100 percent below baseline emissions levels by 2040.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited speakers only
      Public Untility Regulatory Policies Act Overview
      Ruchi Sadhir, Associate Director of Strategic Engagement, Oregon Department of Energy
      Amy Schlusser, Senior Clean Energy Policy Analyst, Oregon Department of Energy
  • Public Hearing
    • Requires State Department of Energy to study avoided costs paid to qualifying facilities under federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act with costs incurred by investor-owned utilities to acquire or maintain renewable energy generation facilities.
    • Requires Public Utility Commission to establish eligibility cap for nameplate capacity for small power production facility that produces energy using solar or wind energy to qualify as qualifying facility at no less than 10 megawatts.
Early Childhood and Human Services
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited Speakers Only
    • Child Welfare Division Overview
      Aprille Flint-Gerner, Interim Director, Child Welfare Division, Oregon Department of Human
      Services.
  • Public Hearing
    • Directs Department of Human Services to consider placement of child or ward with previous substitute care providers, if applicable.
    • Directs Department of Human Services to notify court of decisions made on behalf of child or ward in department's care or custody that contradict recommendations of child's or ward's mental health care provider.
  • Possible Work Session
    • Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Please note:
      To view a live stream of the meeting go to: