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Education
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3109 A Limits certain restrictions by local governments on use of property for child care facilities.
    • HB 3255 A Directs education employer to provide materials and assistance to eligible employees concerning public service loan forgiveness program.
    • HB 3254 A Directs Department of Education to provide moneys for payment of costs of education of students in qualified treatment programs.
    • HB 2105 A Directs school district to provide child with disability and child's parents with information regarding supported decision-making and strategies to remain engaged in child's secondary education and post-school outcomes.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2056 Expands high school diploma requirements related to completion of credits in English to allow completion of credits in language arts.
    • HB 2697 A Requires education provider to prohibit display of any symbols of hate on school property or in education program.
    • HB 3012 A Limits ability of public university to refuse new mandatory incidental fees or process for collecting mandatory incidental fees.
    • HB 2542 A Requires each public university and community college to prominently display mandatory fees charged.
    • HB 2919 A Requires each public university and community college to prominently display , or establish link to website that displays, estimated costs of all required course materials and directly related course fees for no less than 75 percent of total for-credit courses offered by public university or community college.

    • Note change: HB 2697 A, HB 3012 A, HB 2542 A, and HB 2919 A have been added.


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

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

      Mail: Senate Committee on Education,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1GLbNKUv3SrMKaO
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2954 Allows public charter school to implement weighted lottery that favors historically underserved students when number of applications for enrollment exceeds capacity of program, class, grade level or building.
    • HB 2969 A Directs school districts to provide age-appropriate instruction in oral health as part of health education curriculum.
    • HB 3234 A Requires school districts to provide instruction on organ and tissue donation and education.
    • HB 3183 A Requires parents of child who is deaf or deafblind or who is hard of hearing to be provided information about relevant services and placements offered by school district, education service district, regional programs and Oregon School for the Deaf whenever individualized family service plan or individualized education program is developed, revised or reviewed.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2135 Prohibits Teacher Standards and Practices Commission from issuing license or registration to person convicted of crime constituting domestic violence.
    • HB 2136 Clarifies terminology of persons who may be investigated or disciplined by Teacher Standards and Practices Commission.
    • HB 2536 Requires school or school district to offer lunches and breakfasts at no charge to student if school or school district meets requirements of special provisions of federal meal program or if student is from household with income that does not exceed 300 percent of federal poverty guidelines.

    • Note change: HB 2135, HB 2136, and HB 2536 have been added.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5uUJGgkO5CwzptQ
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/17/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2537 A Allows school districts to use moneys distributed from Student Investment Account for payment of student fees, costs and instructors of career and technical student organization programs.
    • HB 2631 A Prescribes notification requirements for school district upon receipt of report of act of harassment, intimidation, bullying or cyberbullying.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2472 Designates Oregon Institute of Technology as Oregon's Polytechnic University.

    • Note change: HB 2472 has been added.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6qWO3MddhQIXhrg
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Energy and Environment
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HCR 24 Commemorates 50th anniversary of Oregon Bottle Bill.
    • HB 2344 A Requires persons that have responsibility for or control over packaging and labeling premoistened nonwoven disposable wipes with specified characteristics to comply with certain labeling requirements for product packaging.
    • HB 2611 A Permits agricultural building to be used for uses other than uses set forth in definition of "agricultural building" if additional uses are incidental and accessory to defined uses, are personal to farm owner and farm owner's immediate family or household and do not pose greater hazard to persons or property than defined uses.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2027 A Defines "parking facility." Allows Oregon Department of Administrative Services to establish boundaries in Salem where department manages parking facilities.
    • HB 2062 A Establishes energy efficiency standards for certain appliances sold or offered for sale in this state.
    • HB 2063 A Removes requirement that person seeking exemption from requirement to obtain site certificate for standby generation facility request exemption from Energy Facility Siting Council.
    • HB 2180 A Requires Director of Department of Consumer and Business Services to amend state building code to require that new construction of certain buildings include provisions for electrical service capacity for specified percentage of parking spaces.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6xpgznG0SFI1j2C
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Finance and Revenue
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote A
  • Informational Meeting
    • Paycheck Protection Program
      Legislative Revenue Office
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 164 Modifies provisions of corporate activity tax.

    • Public Testimony Options:
      You may provide written or oral testimony at this meeting.

      Written testimony should be submitted via the Oregon Legislative Information System (OLIS) testimony portal. Testimony must be received within 24 hours after the start time of the meeting in which the public hearing is held. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available at Finance and Revenue Senate 2021 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System (oregonlegislature.gov)

      Written Testimony
      o Electronic: click submit public testimony at Oregon Legislative Information System (oregonlegislature.gov)
      o Mail: Senate Finance and Revenue Committee, 900 Court Street NE, Room 160, Salem, OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      o Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. You will receive a confirmation
      email. If you do not, please contact the committee assistant. To sign up, either use the online form at:https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_72GPUqzLKylCOP4

      OR register by calling 503-986-1266 (or toll free (833) 698-1369).
      o Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      o Public Access Kiosk: For those who do not register to testify or do not have access to testify by phone or video link, a public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building.

      Please Note: Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A
  • Work Session
    • HB 2028 A Eases process for city to elect to receive state-shared revenues.
    • HB 2131 Provides for liability of officer, employee or member of entity for unpaid amounts of taxes or fees collected by entity and held in trust for payment to Department of Revenue.
    • HB 2521 Requires transient lodging tax collector to provide invoice, receipt or other similar document that clearly sets forth sum of all transient lodging taxes charged for occupancy of transient lodging.
    • HB 2264 A Allows Indian tribe or airline that holds full on-premises sales license to negotiate with Oregon Liquor Control Commission purchase price of distilled liquor for specified sales.

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 1:00 PM, Remote A - No Meeting Scheduled
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 852 Disallows, for purposes of personal income taxation, mortgage interest deduction for residence other than taxpayer's principal residence, unless taxpayer sells residence or actively markets residence for sale.



    • Public Testimony Options:
      You may provide written or oral testimony at this meeting.

      Written testimony should be submitted via the Oregon Legislative Information System (OLIS) testimony portal. Testimony must be received within 24 hours after the start time of the meeting in which the public hearing is held. Testimony is uploaded to OLIS as part of the legislative record and made publicly available at Finance and Revenue Senate 2021 Regular Session - Oregon Legislative Information System (oregonlegislature.gov)

      Written Testimony
      o Electronic: click submit public testimony at Oregon Legislative Information System (oregonlegislature.gov)

      o Mail: Senate Finance and Revenue Committee, 900 Court Street NE, Room 160, Salem, OR 97301

      Oral Testimony (Live Remotely)
      o Registration is required to testify by phone or video link. You will receive a confirmation
      email. If you do not, please contact the committee assistant. To sign up, either use the online form at:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_560xYm7xtSbyHIi
      OR register by calling 503-986-1266 (or toll free (833) 698-1369).

      o Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.

      o Public Access Kiosk: For those who do not register to testify or do not have access to testify by phone or video link, a public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building.

      Please Note: Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Health Care
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2648 Allows pharmacist or pharmacy technician to transfer drug containing pseudoephedrine without prescription to person who is at least 18 years of age and presents person's valid government-issued photo identification.
    • HB 2046 A Requires insurer to provide specified notice to insured or prospective insured enrolled in short term health insurance policy.
    • HB 3036 A Allows physician assistant to register with Oregon Medical Board for authority to dispense prescription drugs.
    • HB 2528 A Directs Oregon Board of Dentistry to issue dental therapist license to qualified applicant.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2113 Expands specific geographic diversity requirement to include all medical professional members of Oregon Medical Board.
    • HB 3369 A Allows nurse to discuss medical use of marijuana with patient.
    • HB 2508 A Prescribes requirements for reimbursement by Oregon Health Authority and coordinated care organizations of health services delivered using telemedicine.
    • Note change: HB 2648 has been added.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SHC
      Mail: Senate Health Care,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cUYFjycZw10166y
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to
      join the meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a
      phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without
      access to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Housing and Development
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2605 A Imposes tsunami design standards for certain buildings and other structures.
    • HB 2736 A Requires landlords to provide tenants with informational notice developed by Bureau of Labor and Industries regarding discrimination upon execution of rental agreement on or after January 1, 2022, or for existing rental agreements by February 1, 2022.
    • HB 3322 A Allows production of food in planned community by lot owners and their tenants.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8Buczg8I0U1klds
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Human Services, Mental Health and Recovery
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2119 A Transfers responsibility for 2-1-1 system from Office of Emergency Management to Department of Human Services.
    • HB 2315 A Directs Oregon Health Authority and specified professional regulatory boards to require licensees regulated by authority or board to complete continuing education related to suicide risk assessment, treatment and management at specified intervals and to report completion of continuing education to authority or board.
    • HB 2469 A Requires state medical assistance program to provide mental health wellness appointments as prescribed by Oregon Health Authority.
    • HB 3037 A Directs medical examiner to report suspected suicides involving decedents 24 years of age or younger to local mental health authority.
    • HB 3182 A Incorporates certain provisions of federal Indian Child Welfare Act into Oregon laws relating to youth offenders adjudicated for status offenses and to voluntary adoptions.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2758 A Requires at least two commissioners of Oregon Liquor Control Commission to have public health background.
    • HB 2834 A Modifies membership of Hunger Task Force.
    • HB 2953 A Modifies definition of "community-based structured housing." Specifies that Oregon Health Authority has regulatory authority over community-based structured housing.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Youth Voices
      To submit written testimony on this topic, email to SHSMHR.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov. To register to provide remote oral testimony, follow the instructions on “Oral Testimony” at the bottom of this agenda. Any current or former youth with experience receiving child welfare services is invited to submit written or verbal testimony to the Committee at this time on any topic they choose. Those who choose to participate may submit written testimony rather than verbal, and written comments will be included in the public record.

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

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8ijTT8E8NDRFOAu
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Note change: Work sessions were added for HB 3037 A, HB 2119 A, HB 2315 A,
      HB 2469A, and HB 3182 A
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2102 A Requires Department of Human Services to report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to human services , by December 31, 2022, comprehensive proposal for department staffing that meets specified criteria.
    • HB 2104 A Modifies definition of "current caretaker."
      .
    • HB 2155 Modifies definition of "public or private official" for purposes of mandatory child abuse reporting.
    • HB 2333 A Directs Department of Human Services to report information regarding prescription of psychotropic medications to children in foster care.
    • HB 3026 Directs Department of Transportation to waive fee for issuing, renewing or replacing identification card if person who is issued card is experiencing homelessness.
    • HB 3071 Modifies definition of "public or private official" with mandatory duty to report suspected abuse to include all state and local elected officials.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • Youth Voices
      To submit written testimony on this topic, email to SHSMHR.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov. To register to provide remote oral testimony, follow the instructions on “Oral Testimony” at the bottom of this agenda. Any current or former youth with experience receiving child welfare services is invited to submit written or verbal testimony to the Committee at this time on any topic they choose. Those who choose to participate may submit written testimony rather than verbal, and written comments will be included in the public record.

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

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bDycG90vEsIIABw
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Note change: Work Sessions for HB 2102 A, HB 2104 A, HB 2155, HB 2333 A, HB 3026, and HB 3071 were added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/18/2021 3:15 PM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2117 Repeals Oregon Board of Psychology authority to issue initial psychologist associate licenses.
    • HB 2834 A Modifies membership of Hunger Task Force.
    • HB 2953 A Modifies definition of "community-based structured housing." Specifies that Oregon Health Authority has regulatory authority over community-based structured housing.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only.
    • Youth Voices
      To submit written testimony on this topic, email to SHSMHR.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov. To register to provide remote oral testimony, follow the instructions on “Oral Testimony” at the bottom of this agenda. Any current or former youth with experience receiving child welfare services is invited to submit written or verbal testimony to the Committee at this time on any topic they choose. Those who choose to participate may submit written testimony rather than verbal, and written comments will be included in the public record.

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

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_74e2DSVdEc5zZEG
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
5/10/2021 8:30 AM, Remote A
    • Please Note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m.
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2459 A Includes in definition of "conversation" communication occurring through video conferencing program for purposes of statutes regulating recording of communications.
    • HB 2523 A Directs Department of Transportation to waive driving privilege reinstatement fee if driving privileges were suspended for certain traffic offenses.
    • HB 3140 Makes changes to statutes related to operating vehicle or boat while under influence of intoxicants that reference controlled substances to clarify applicability to psilocybin.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SJD110

      Mail: Senate Committee on Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.
      Register to testify live remotely:
      • Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_esyJNuWg6rxAnUa
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to
      call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/11/2021 8:30 AM, Remote A
    • Please Note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m.
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2513 A Requires police officers to be trained in airway and circulatory anatomy and physiology and certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
    • HB 2929 A Modifies police officer's duty to report misconduct.
    • HB 2936 A States legislative findings about racism and public safety.
    • HB 2986 Requires Board on Public Safety Standards and Training to ensure that police officers and certified reserve officers are trained to investigate, identify and report crimes motivated by prejudice based on perceived gender of victim.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SJD110

      Mail: Senate Committee on Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.
      Register to testify live remotely:
      • Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3Q4RxGyz2GYAvOe
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to
      call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 8:30 AM, Remote A
    • Please Note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m.
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3047 A Establishes civil cause of action for improper disclosure of personal information.
    • HB 3059 A Modifies statute authorizing law enforcement officers to command dispersal of unlawful assemblies and arrest participants who do not disperse.
    • HB 3164 A Modifies crime of interfering with a peace officer or parole and probation officer.
    • HB 3273 A Prohibits law enforcement agency from releasing booking photo except in specified circumstances.
    • HB 3355 A Specifies identification required on uniforms of law enforcement officers working in crowd management in city with population over 150,000.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SJD110

      Mail: Senate Committee on Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

      Written testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours after the meeting start time.
      Register to testify live remotely:
      • Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2n8k378UMRcGq3k
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to
      call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 8:30 AM, Remote A
    • Please note: This meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 AM.
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2935 A Limits authority of school district to become member of voluntary organization that administers interscholastic activities unless organization implements equity focused policies that meet certain requirements.
    • HB 3176 A Permits chief administrative law judge to require implied consent hearing to be conducted by telephone or other two-way communication device if judge determines that meeting in person poses significant risk to health or safety.
    • HB 3229 A Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to convene advisory council to assist with recommendations related to health care standards in local correctional facilities.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SJD110

      Mail: Senate Committee on Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      • Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eyyCe9ovectPX5I
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to
      call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Labor and Business
5/11/2021 8:00 AM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2221 A Imposes requirements on state agency that employs person at rate higher than rate for executives under compensation plan for state employees.
    • HB 2682 A Requires person that rents utility vehicle to contracting agency to provide records that describe in detail results of most recent inspection that person performed or had performed on utility vehicle's traction, structure, power train, control components and related parts and equipment in compliance with specified rules, regulations or standards.
    • HB 3206 Expands permissible uses of amounts in Employment Department Special Fraud Control Fund, including payment of costs associated with federal Lost Wages Assistance program.
    • HB 3389 Extends look-back period used to determine Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund solvency level from 10 years to 20 years.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2218 A Directs Oregon Business Development Department to study impact of laws related to wetlands on economic development and to provide results of study in report to interim committees of Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2022.
    • HB 2363 A Allows certain holders of temporary event licenses to sell specified alcoholic beverages for on and off-premises consumption at more than one location on licensed premises or have up to three premises licensed under single temporary sales license and operate for up to 30 days.
    • HB 2519 Allows delivery of marijuana items, pursuant to bona fide orders, to consumers within city or county in which marijuana retailer is located and to consumers in cities or counties that have adopted ordinances allowing for delivery of marijuana items from adjacent cities or counties.
    • HB 2742 Allows holder of off-premises sales license to sell factory-sealed containers of malt beverages that hold more than seven gallons.
    • HB 2777 Directs State Marine Board to provide optional licensing of boats as charter boats if boat carries fewer than seven passengers for hire.
    • HB 2818 A Allows payment from Wage Security Fund to be made to wage claimant for wages earned and unpaid in event that Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries has obtained judgment in action or has issued final order in administrative proceeding for collection of wage claim.
    • HB 3079 A Changes date for exercise by state credit unions of powers available to federal credit unions without prior approval.
    • HB 3080 Allows financial institution to swipe identification card or driver license to collect information about individual for purpose of processing application for deposit account or loan for individual.
    • HB 3082 Raises contract price at which public improvement contract solicitations are exempt from competitive bidding requirement from $5,000 to $10,000.
    • Note change: A public hearing on HB 2682 A and a work session on HB 2818 A were added.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6sdt62SYIZ9Voeq
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote B
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2045 A Specifies conditions under which assuming insurer may receive credit as asset or reduction in liability for reinsurance ceded by ceding insurer.
    • HB 3110 A Requires board of directors of publicly traded corporation to have specified proportion of female directors and directors who are members of underrepresented communities.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2374 A Requires state contracting agency that awards certain types of public contracts to report number of procurements state contracting agency solicited, general nature of each procurement and estimate of contract price, which contract preferences set forth in statute or administrative rule state contracting agency applied in evaluating bids or proposals for procurement and why state contracting agency applied or did not apply contract preferences.
    • HB 2474 A Expands eligibility for protected leave under Oregon Family Leave Act to all employees of covered employer during public health emergency unless employee was employed for fewer than 30 days prior to commencing leave or worked average of less than 25 hours per week in 30 days prior to commencing leave.
    • HB 2915 A Requires city that provides disability or retirement system for firefighters by ordinance or charter that is not subject to workers' compensation law to apply provisions requiring presumption that condition or impairment of health is occupational disease that results from employment if firefighter took physical examination upon gaining or during employment that failed to reveal evidence of occupational disease that existed before employment.
    • HB 2966 A Extends grace period for repayment of nonresidential rent between April 1, 2020, and September 30, 2020, until September 30, 2021, for certain tenants.
    • HB 3010 Requires media production companies seeking reimbursement under Oregon Production Investment Fund programs to perform certain actions related to diversity, equity and inclusion with respect to production for which reimbursement is sought.
    • HB 3188 A Changes definitions of "employer" and "worker" for purposes of workers' compensation law.
    • HB 3272 A Requires insurer that provides coverage for full replacement costs of damaged or destroyed property to allow insured not less than 12 months within which to repair, rebuild or replace damaged or lost property or, if damage or loss to property occurred in location subject to declaration of emergency, not less than 24 months .
    • HB 3344 A Specifies that agent appointed by Oregon Liquor Control Commission shall monthly deposit moneys and report receipts to commission from agent's retail sale of distilled liquor.
    • HB 3361 A Provides that third-party food platform may not take and arrange for delivery of order from food place without written consent of food place.
    • HB 3379 A Prohibits manufacturing, retrofitting, selling, leasing, subletting or otherwise placing into stream of commerce any crib bumper pads or crib equipped with crib bumper pads.
    • Note Change: A work session for HB 2915 A, HB 3010, HB 2374 A, and HB 3344 A were added.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d6J6Mb8j0siE68u
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Natural Resources and Wildfire Recovery
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3219 A Amends definition of "manufactured dwelling park" to include parks with certain prefabricated structures.
    • HB 2809 Allows temporary siting for up to 24 months of recreational vehicles on properties with dwellings that natural disasters have made uninhabitable.
    • HJM 3 A Urges Congress to introduce and pass and President to sign legislation based on Emergency Wildfire and Public Safety Act of 2020.
    • HJM 6 Urges Congress to enact legislation promoting cooperative fuel load measurement and management on federal and state lands.
    • HB 2289 A Establishes alternative process for alteration, restoration or replacement of certain uses affected by 2020 wildfires.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2160 Authorizes Land Conservation and Development Commission to approve plans for urban growth boundary expansion to accommodate affordable housing in Pendleton.
    • HB 2174 A Requires Oregon Department of Administrative Services, upon request of county governing body, to credit forest reserve moneys that would otherwise be credited to county road fund to certain public bodies whose service areas include entire county.
    • HB 3152 Authorizes State Department of Fish and Wildlife to operate wildlife inspection stations for purposes of preventing spread of infections or infestations harmful to wildlife or of furthering wildlife management efforts.
    • HB 3163 Amends residency requirements for purposes of licenses, tags and permits related to wildlife.
    • HB 3293 A Authorizes provider of water project support to make support available to local organizations and local governments for purpose of developing local community engagement plans for water projects.
    • HB 3162 Designates May 22 of each year as Crater Lake National Park Day.
    • Note change: HB 3162 has been added.

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

      Electronic: https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SNRWR
      Mail: Senate Natural Resources and Wildlife Recovery,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0eydMu6Fl3ytoFw
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2244 A Provides that, if Water Resources Commission or Water Resources Department denies stay of final order under certain circumstances and petitioner requests hearing on denial, court must hold hearing not more than 21 days after request is made and denial shall remain in effect until hearing has been held and court has issued decision concerning denial.
    • HB 2284 A Establishes Oregon Hemp Commission.
    • HB 3185 A Prohibits spreading of material in undisturbed wetlands during maintenance of agricultural channels.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HB 2031 A Modifies definition of "pesticide applicator." Adds violations of federal law to reasons for which State Department of Agriculture may revoke, suspend or refuse to issue pesticide license or certificate.
    • HB 2837 Removes designation of rural reserves from private road commonly known as Lasich Lane in Washington County.
    • HB 3191 A Directs State Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt certain requirements related to carcasses of returning hatchery fish.
    • Note change: HB 2031 A, HB 2837, and HB 3191 A have been added.

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

      Electronic: https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SNRWR
      Mail: Senate Natural Resources and Wildlife Recovery,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5hkDRGUe1CqWKNw
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Rules
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Note: Reappointments are not required to appear unless otherwise indicated.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session (Executive Appointment)
    • Oregon Board of Accountancy
      • Stuart Morris *
    • State Apprenticeship and Training Council
      • Michael Burch
    • Oregon Business Development Commission
      • Raymond Cheung *
      • Kanth Gopalpur *
      • Kelley Minty Morris *
    • Governor's Child Foster Care Advisory Commission
      • Alicia Richard
    • Oregon Criminal Justice Commission
      • Jeffrey Auxier
      • Rob Bovett *
    • Board of Trustees of Eastern Oregon University
      • Cedric Riel
    • Employment Appeals Board
      • Angela Steger-Bentz
    • Employment Relations Board
      • Lisa Umscheid *
    • State Fish and Wildlife Commission
      • Kathayoon Khalil
    • Higher Education Coordinating Commission
      • Arnel Fajardo
      • Greg Hamann
      • Rico Lujan-Valerio *
      • Sandra Rowe *
    • Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board
      • Javonnie Shearn *
    • Oregon Housing Stability Council
      • Javier Mena
    • Oregon State Lottery Commission
      • Maulin Patel *
      • MardiLyn Saathoff *
    • Oregon Board of Maritime Pilots
      • Leslie Goss *
    • Board of Medical Imaging
      • Vanessa Bennett *
    • Oregon Health Policy Board
      • David Bangsberg *
      • Jessica Gomez
      • William Kramer
    • Oregon Health and Science University Board of Directors
      • Jim Carlson
    • Oregon Liquor Control Commission
      • Jennifer Currin *
      • Kiauna Floyd *
      • Matt Maletis *
      • Hugh Palcic *
    • Pacific Northwest Electric Power and Conservation Planning Council
      • Ginny Burdick
    • State Parks and Recreation Commission
      • Victoria Berger *
      • Doug Deur *
      • Steven Grasty *
      • Elizabeth Hill
    • State Board of Pharmacy
      • Shannon Beaman *
      • Rich Joyce
    • State Plumbing Board
      • Molly Keller *
    • Board of Trustees of Portland State University
      • Antoinette Chandler
      • Greg Hinckley *
      • Katy Ho
      • Yves Labissiere *
      • Sheryl Manning
      • Lisa Sablan *
    • Psychiatric Security Review Board
      • Anne Nichol *
      • Scott Reichlin *
      • Stewart Newman
    • Oregon Board of Psychology
      • Celeste Jones *
      • Cathy Miller
      • David Ziegler *
    • Public Employees Retirement Board
      • John Scanlan
    • Public Employees' Benefit Board
      • Siobhan Martin *
    • Quality Education Commission
      • Cam Preus
      • Whitney Swander
    • Salem Area Mass Transit District
      • Sara Duncan
      • Maria Hinojos Pressey *
      • RJ Navarro, Jr.
    • Board of Trustees of Southern Oregon University
      • Debra Lee
      • Mimi Pieper
    • State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
      • Clarence Williams *
    • State Library Board
      • Kristin Williams
    • Oregon Transportation Commission
      • Robert Van Brocklin *
    • Board of Trustees of University of Oregon
      • Marcia Aaron *
      • Tim Boyle
      • Renee Evans Jackman
      • Steve Holwerda
      • Julia Lo
      • Ed Madison, III
      • Dennis Worden
    • Board of Trustees of Western Oregon University
      • Betty Komp *
    • Workers' Compensation Board
      • Moises Ceja
    • State Workforce and Talent Development Board
      • Mike Funke

    • Submit written testimony on an appointment or reappointment scheduled for a public hearing:

      E-mail: SRULES.exhibits@oregonlegislature.gov
      Mail: Senate Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6hsbopxioECUGEe
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Work Session
    • SB 225 A Modifies requirements for alternative education programs, including applicable laws, funding provisions, notice requirements, reporting requirements, oversight requirements and requirements related to special education and 504 Plans.
    • SB 776 Permits individual who is 16 or 17 years of age and registered to vote to cast ballot in school district elections.
    • SB 418 A Creates rebuttable presumption that statement made by person under 18 years of age, during custodial interview in connection with investigation into certain acts, is involuntary if peace officer intentionally used false information to elicit statement.
    • SB 859 Increases amount that State Marine Board may deposit and retain in Salvaged Vessel Subaccount each biennium.
    • SB 863 Authorizes rural fire protection district to acquire real property or easement for purpose of establishing fire evacuation route, to construct or maintain fire evacuation route or to participate in agreement related to fire evacuation route.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session
    • HCR 6 In memoriam: Michael A. Gibbons, 1943-2020.
    • SCR 22 Apologizes to Robert Parker for 31 years of suffering injuries and effects of racism and institutional bias that has denied him admission to Oregon State Bar and urges Oregon Supreme Court to admit Robert Parker to bar.
    • Note change: HCR 6 and SCR 22 have been added.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SRULES
      Mail: Senate Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_55XTk6Ya7Sl0slM
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/18/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Work Session (Executive Appointment)
    • Board of Trustees of University of Oregon
      • Toya Fick
    • Board on Public Safety Standards and Training
      • Mike Fletcher
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 865 Prohibits person from simultaneously serving as holder of state office and as officer of state central committee of political party.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2168 Establishes Juneteenth as legal state holiday.
    • Note change: SB 865 has been added.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SRULES
      Mail: Senate Committee on Rules,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e4jIlqVToSZgkQe
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Veterans and Emergency Preparedness
5/11/2021 3:30 PM, Remote C
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 2644 A Renames portion of Interstate 5, beginning in Albany and ending in Salem, to Atomic Veterans and Atomic Cleanup Veterans Memorial Highway.
  • Work Session
    • HCR 12 Recognizes and honors Medal of Honor recipient Specialist Four Larry Gilbert Dahl (1949-1971) for his service to his country.
    • Note Change: Public Hearing and Possible Work Session for HB 2644 A has been added to the agenda.

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

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/SVEP
      Mail: Senate Committee on Veterans and Emergency Preparedness,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b13Zg1sCrA1vUIC
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote C - No Meeting Scheduled

*=Reappointment
House
Agriculture and Natural Resources
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D
  • Work Session
    • SB 761 Expands pilot program for urban deer population control to include elk.
    • SB 126 Allows Department of State Lands to expand estuarine research reserve management area to include other lands acquired by department connected to Coos Bay estuary.
    • SB 605 A Provides that, if rural fire protection district contains lands that are within seven road miles of fire station within district or brought within seven road miles of fire station within district by new road and that are not subject to assessments for fire protection by district, county board must initiate annexation of lands upon request by district.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote D
  • Work Session
    • SB 59 A Extends sunset on Columbia River Fisheries Enhancement Fund.
    • SB 794 Establishes fee differential for nonresident users of areas established and maintained by State Parks and Recreation Department and relating to recreational vehicles.
    • SJM 3 Urges establishment and funding of federal system to reimburse state and local government property owners and private property owners for damage to real property that results from spreading of wildfires originating on federal lands.
    • Note Change: The informational meeting has been removed. Work Sessions for SB 59A, SB 794, and SJM 3 have been added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Behavioral Health
5/10/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2493 (8:00 am) Directs Health Licensing Office to establish and maintain voluntary alternative practitioner registry of individuals who provide alternative well-being care.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      (8:45 am) Overview of County Behavioral Health Services
      Cherryl Ramirez, Executive Director, Association of Oregon Community Mental
      Health Programs
      Janice Garceau, Deputy Director, Deschutes County Health Services
      Phil Chang, Comissioner, Deschutes County
      Amy Baker, Executive Director, Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare
      Karen Gaffney, Director, Lane County Health and Human Services
    • Note change: The following speakers were added to the informational meeting: Cherryl Ramirez, Executive Director, Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs, Janice Garceau, Deputy Director, Deschutes County Health Services, Phil Chang, Commissioner, Deschutes County, Amy Baker, Executive Director, Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare, and Karen Gaffney, Director, Lane County Health and Human Services.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HBH
      Mail: House Committee on Behavioral Health,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6huCADmlkY9y7qu
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a
      phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      (8:00 am) Overview of CCO Behavioral Health Services
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Business and Labor
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 172 A (3: 20 PM) Authorizes Director of Employment Department to deduct less than 100 percent of individual's future weekly unemployment benefits for overpayments due to individual's fault.
    • SB 569 A (3: 45 PM) Makes unlawful employment practice for employer to require employee or prospective employee to possess or present valid driver license as condition of employment or continuation of employment.
    • SB 588 (3: 55 PM) Provides that employer signatories to multiemployer collective bargaining agreements are considered to have met minimum requirements of sick time provisions if terms of collective bargaining agreement provide, as benefit to employees subject to agreement, sick leave policy or other paid time off program that is substantially equivalent to or more generous than minimum requirements of sick time provisions.
  • Work Session
    • SB 94 A Changes design requirement for practical skills tests offered by State Landscape Contractors Board.
    • SB 111 A Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement.
    • SB 112 Provides that common law employees are employees for purposes of Public Employees Retirement System.
    • SB 113 Provides that Public Employees Retirement Board may charge participating public employer accrued earnings for late payment of employee and employer contributions to individual account program.
    • SB 180 A Requires insurer to notify claimant upon paying $5,000 or more to settle third-party liability claim if claimant is natural person and if insurer or insurer's agent or other representative, including insurer's attorney, delivers payment to claimant or to claimant's attorney, agent or other representative by draft, check or other form of payment.
    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HBL
      Mail: House Committee on Business and Labor,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6zg7y1adN5G8MQK
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Early Childhood
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote C

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

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

    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (1:00 PM) Home Visiting Programs
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Economic Recovery and Prosperity
5/11/2021 8:00 AM, Remote C
  • Informational Meeting

    • Invited testimony only

      Governor's Broadband Initiative

      Leah Horner, Office of the Governor

      Daniel Holbrook, Broadband Manager, Oregon Broadband Office

      Rick Crager, Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Information Technology, Oregon
      Department of Education

      Nicole Stingh, Senior Legislative and Government Relations Coordinator, Oregon Housing and
      Community Services
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Education
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 713 A Prohibits public or private post-secondary institution of education from requiring prospective student to disclose whether prospective student has criminal conviction before institution makes final determination on whether to admit student.
    • SB 234 A Directs Higher Education Coordinating Commission to convene stakeholder group to study ways to best serve adults in custody who are recently eligible to receive student grants.
  • Work Session
    • SB 75 Permits Higher Education Coordinating Commission to use moneys from Oregon Opportunity Grant program to pay for scholarships for children of public safety officers if other sources of money are insufficient to fully fund scholarships.
    • SB 77 A Moves program that funds pilot projects in architecture, construction trades and engineering for high school juniors and seniors from Office of Community Colleges and Workforce Development to Higher Education Coordinating Commission.
    • SB 230 Authorizes Western Oregon University, Southern Oregon University and Eastern Oregon University to offer professional doctoral degrees.
    • SB 564 A Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission to design question or questions allowing each student to identify whether student is parent or person acting as parent or legal guardian that may be placed on one or more forms used on annual basis to collect demographic information by public post-secondary institutions of education.

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

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

      Mail: House Committee on Education,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9KU1Ca96sz0AB3U
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 667 A Requires school district to adopt and implement policy concerning ownership rights to teacher-created intellectual property.
    • SB 744 A Directs Department of Education to review state requirements for high school diploma and to make recommendations related to requirements.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • SB 513 A Requires students to complete at least one-half credit of civics in order to receive high school diploma.
    • SB 744 A Directs Department of Education to review state requirements for high school diploma and to make recommendations related to requirements.
    • SB 702 B
      Directs State Board of Education to review social studies standards.

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

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

      Mail: House Committee on Education,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b7NfPVowiNmJTIG
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/18/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E

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


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

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

      Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 486 A Modifies requirements of plans of instruction for talented and gifted children.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • SB 487 A
      Directs Department of Education to conduct study on instruction provided to talented
      and gifted children and to report results of study to interim committee of Legislative
      Assembly related to education.
      SB 478 A
      Directs school districts to use inclusive and effective methods for identifying talented
      and gifted children and communicating with parents about process for identifying talented
      and gifted children.

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

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

      Mail: House Committee on Education,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cGxM3HcV2KbKpts
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

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

      Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Energy and Environment
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (1:05 pm) Small nuclear modular reactors
      Maxwell Woods, Assistant Director of Nuclear Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Oregon
      Department of Energy
      Tom Sicilia, Hanford Hydrogeologist, Oregon Department of Energy
      Chris Colbert, NuScale
      Damon Motz-Storey, Healthy Climate Program Director, Oregon Physicians for Social
      Responsibility
    • (2:05 pm) Materials Management: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality's 2050 Vision, procuring materials and sharps waste
      Abby Boudouris, Legislative Analyst, Department of Environmental Quality
      Sanne Stienstra, Natural Resource Specialist, Materials Management
      Representative Dan Rayfield, House District 16
      Brian Lombardozzi, Vice President for State Government, American Association of
      Manufacturers
      Rich Angstrom, Oregon Concrete and Aggregate Producers Association
      Scott Klag, Senior Planner, Metro
      Margaret Shield, PhD, Community Environmental Health Strategies
    • Note change: Speakers were added.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 1:00 PM, Remote D
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (1:05 pm) Status Report on Executive Order 20-04: Directing State Agencies to Take Actions to Reduce and Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Agency Implementation Plans
      Kristen Sheeran, Energy and Climate Change Policy Advisor, Governor’s Office
      Colin McConnaha, Manager of Office of Greenhouse Gas Programs, Oregon Department of
      Environmental Quality
      Michael Orman, Air Quality Program Manager, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
      Megan Decker, Chair, Oregon Public Utility Commission
      Amanda Pietz, Administrator, Policy, Data, and Analysis Division, Oregon Department of
      Transportation
      Janine Benner, Director, Oregon Department of Energy
    • Note change: A speaker was updated.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
General Government
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 424 (3:20 pm) Allows base pay of attorneys who are employed by public corporation, nonprofit organization, public university or city or county in this state and who perform substantially similar work to be used for comparison of compensation for assistant attorneys general.
    • SB 307 (3:30 pm) Waives fees for obtaining medical marijuana card for veterans who have total disability rating of at least 50 percent as result of injury or illness incurred or aggravated during active military service, and who received discharge or release under other than dishonorable conditions.
    • SB 636 A (3:40 pm) Provides that when state agency is required by statute to mail certain notice to individual, and agency has on file post office box address for individual, agency must mail notice to post office box address if address is individual's last known address on file or address to which individual has requested that notices be sent.
  • Work Session
    • SB 742 A (3:50 pm) Limits local government regulations on certain nonresidential alarm systems and battery-charged fences.
    • SB 317 A (4:00 pm) Allows holder of full on-premises sales license to make retail sales of mixed drinks and single servings of wine in sealed containers for off-premises consumption.
    • SB 299 A (4:10 pm) Authorizes formation of children's service districts.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 165 A (4:20 pm) Establishes annual payments to be made by race meet operators that conduct mutuel wagering on horse races previously held.

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

      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HGG
      Mail: HOUSE COMMITTEE ON GENERAL GOVERNMENT,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bx3WrFQ368IeFxk
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote E
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • SB 424 (3:20 pm) Allows base pay of attorneys who are employed by public corporation, nonprofit organization, public university or city or county in this state and who perform substantially similar work to be used for comparison of compensation for assistant attorneys general.
    • SB 307 (3:30 pm) Waives fees for obtaining medical marijuana card for veterans who have total disability rating of at least 50 percent as result of injury or illness incurred or aggravated during active military service, and who received discharge or release under other than dishonorable conditions.
    • SB 636 A (3:40 pm) Provides that when state agency is required by statute to mail certain notice to individual, and agency has on file post office box address for individual, agency must mail notice to post office box address if address is individual's last known address on file or address to which individual has requested that notices be sent.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Health Care
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F

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


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

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

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

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • SJR 12 Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution establishing obligation of state to ensure every resident of state access to cost-effective, clinically appropriate and affordable health care.
    • SB 3 Requires health benefit plans to cover emergency medical services transports.
    • SB 438 Allows physician assistant to receive results of blood test of source person on behalf of certain person who, in performance of person's official duties, comes into contact with blood, bodily fluid or other potentially infectious material of source person.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 699 (3:30 pm) Prohibits grandfathered health plan from imposing preexisting condition exclusion.
    • SB 781 A (4:00 pm) Modifies provisions relating to providing results of tests to patients.
    • SB 741 (4:25 pm) Repeals sunset on and obsolete reporting requirement for Central Oregon Health Council.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eCFFusScAsghdk2
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F

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


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

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

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

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • SB 39 A Amends definition of "practice of nursing." Changes deadline for renewal of nursing licenses and nurses' authority to prescribe.
    • SB 40 Requires clinical component in nursing education for licensure by indorsement.
    • SB 98 Authorizes Board of Medical Imaging to issue letter of reprimand or impose probation for purposes of discipline.
    • SB 99 Allows Board of Medical Imaging designee to perform inspections related to medical imaging and X-ray machines.
    • SB 100 Allows Board of Medical Imaging to issue subpoena over signature of board executive director when conducting investigation.
    • SB 124 Adds certified speech-language pathology assistant to membership of State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 711 A (3:30 pm) Requires Department of Consumer and Business Services to study cost differences in hormone replacement drugs used by men and hormone replacement drugs used by women and report findings to Legislative Assembly no later than September 15, 2022.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahMKoBYlQ635TP8
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Health Care House Subcommittee On COVID-19
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170

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


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HHC19/Overview
      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • (3:15 pm) Long-term Care and COVID-19
      Invited Testimony Only
      Fred Steele, State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
      Oregon Health Care Association
    • (4:00 pm) COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy and Safety
      Invited Testimony Only
      Dr. Dawn Nolt M.D., M.P.H, Professor of Pediatrics, Oregon Health and Science University
      Division of Infectious Diseases
      Dr. Louis Picker, M.D., Professor, Oregon Health and Science University Vaccine and Gene
      Therapy Institute
    • Note change: the informational meetings have been reordered; times have been updated.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170

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


      To view a live stream of the meeting:
      https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HHC19/Overview
      A viewing station is also available outside of the Capitol Building.

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • (3:15 pm) OHA Weekly Update – Oregon COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout
      Invited testimony only
      Patrick Allen, Director, Oregon Health Authority
    • (3:45 pm) COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Workplace
      Invited testimony only
      Cristin Casey, Chief Prosecutor, Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries
      Dylan Morgan, Manager, Technical Assistance for Employers Program, Oregon Bureau of
      Labor and Industries
      Michael Wood, Administrator, Oregon Occupational Safety and Health
      Paloma Sparks, Vice President, General Counsel, Oregon Business & Industry
      Oregon Small Business United – Invited
    • Note change: one speaker has been added to the second informational meeting.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Housing
5/11/2021 8:00 AM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 79 A (8:05 AM) Authorizes Housing and Community Services Department to provide grants and technical assistance to organizations increasing homeownership program access to persons of color.
    • SB 391 A (8:25 AM) Authorizes county to allow owner of lot or parcel within rural residential zone to construct one accessory dwelling unit on lot or parcel, subject to certain restrictions.
  • Work Session
    • SB 141 A Makes percentage of partial property tax exemption for property of vertical housing development projects proportional to allocation of floor area to residential housing or low income residential housing, without rounding up or down.
    • SB 458 A Allows land division to separate dwelling units for new middle housing allowed in cities.
    • Note change: Work session for SB 141 A has been added

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8GNYqroZmLr2jky
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote D
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 291 A (8:05 AM) Requires landlords to adopt certain written screening criteria made available to applicants before accepting application.
    • SB 8 A (8:50 AM) Requires local governments to allow development of certain affordable housing on lands not zoned for residential uses.
    • SB 805 A (9:20 AM) Permits Construction Contractors Board to establish voluntary certification program for residential general master builder of vertical homeownership structures and other structures and to define vertical homeowner structure by rule.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1FU56UiPufLI4lM
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Human Services
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.

  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only

      3.20 pm Background Checks process and timelines
      - Jeff Akin, Background Check Unit Administrator, Oregon Department of Human Services

      3. 40 pm Mandatory reporting and child safety resources
      - Video presentation by the Oregon Department of Human Services

      4. 10 pm Child Welfare updates and the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline (50 min)
      - Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare presentation
      -Lacey Andresen, CW Deputy Director of Practice and Program
      -Deena Loughary, Child Safety program Manager
      -Kristen Khamnohack, Screening Program and Oregon Child Abuse Hotline Manager
  • Possible Work Session
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.

  • Public Hearing
    • SB 85 A (3:20 PM) Modifies family-based group home placements to permit respite time for providers.
    • SB 556 A (3:40 PM) Specifies that on-site inspections must be in person for health care facilities, home health agencies, residential care facilities, adult foster homes, hospice programs and qualified residential treatment programs.
    • SB 386 A (4:00 PM) Directs county sheriffs, municipal police departments, university police departments and Oregon State Police to develop policies regarding parental notification of interviews of child witnesses and to submit report regarding policies developed to interim committees of Legislative Assembly by September 15, 2022.
    • Note Change: SB 386 added for public hearing

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2uxAu4UXqfiidh4
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/17/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.

  • Work Session
    • SB 280 Modifies provisions relating to criminal records checks performed by Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority.
    • SB 562 Declares that person may not be disqualified from service as child welfare service provider based on certain traits.
    • SB 51 A Removes designation of Department of Education as education provider of certain programs for purposes of provisions related to reports of suspected abuse or suspected sexual conduct.
    • SB 135 Authorizes disclosure of child abuse investigation reports and records to Oregon Youth Authority.
    • SB 93 Converts Child-Caring Agencies Fund into account in General Fund of State Treasury.
    • SB 88 Corrects statutory cross-references to community developmental disabilities programs.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/19/2021 3:15 PM, Remote F
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.

  • Work Session
    • SB 86 A Authorizes licensing agency to revoke, suspend, impose conditions on or refuse to renew license to operate residential training facility or residential training home under specified conditions and to consider performance and experience of applicant or licensee in other states or jurisdictions.
    • SB 89 Modifies definition of "developmental disabilities residential facility.".
    • SB 90 A Exempts from public disclosure addresses of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities residing in adult foster homes, residential training facilities or residential training homes, unless public interest requires disclosure in particular instance.
    • SB 97 A Prohibits Residential Facilities Ombudsman, designee of ombudsman or staff of ombudsman from being compelled to testify or produce documents related to complaint in any judicial or administrative proceeding.
    • SB 85 A Modifies family-based group home placements to permit respite time for providers.
    • SB 556 A Specifies that on-site inspections must be in person for health care facilities, home health agencies, residential care facilities, adult foster homes, hospice programs and qualified residential treatment programs.
    • SB 386 A Directs county sheriffs, municipal police departments, university police departments and Oregon State Police to develop policies regarding parental notification of interviews of child witnesses and to submit report regarding policies developed to interim committees of Legislative Assembly by September 15, 2022.
    • Note Change: SB 85, SB 556 and SB386 added for work session
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Judiciary
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • SB 296 A CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/6/21 AGENDA: Authorizes Chief Justice of Supreme Court, during period of statewide emergency and upon finding of good cause, to extend or suspend time period or time requirement in rule or statute in specified court proceedings.
    • SB 297 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/6/21 AGENDA: Provides that judicial marshal certified by Department of Public Safety Standards and Training qualifies as police officer under Public Employees Retirement System.
    • SB 651 CARRIED OVER FROM THE 5/6/21 AGENDA: Provides that probationer or probationer's attorney may file objection to proposed modification to special conditions of probation.
    • SB 298 Conforms language in provisions relating to stalking protective order to language used in other provisions relating to protective orders.
    • SB 398 A Creates crime of intimidation by display of a noose.
    • SB 620 Provides that monthly supervision fee for person under supervision of community corrections program is not automatically required, but may be required by program.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 83 (1:35 - 2:15 pm) Modifies provisions of law relating to youth diversion plan.
    • SB 132 (1:35 - 2:15 pm) Authorizes Oregon Youth Authority to photograph and fingerprint youth offender if photograph and fingerprint records and files are not provided to youth authority.
    • SB 436 (1:35 - 2:15 pm) Modifies terminology by changing statutory references to "youth offender" to "adjudicated youth.".
    • SB 131 (1:35 - 2:15 pm) Adds supervisors of youth correction facilities and juvenile community supervision officers to list of professionals required to make notification of death and cooperate in investigation of death by providing records and other materials.
    • SB 201 A (2:15 - 2:30 pm) Provides that person commits offense of driving while under influence of intoxicants if person has blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more by weight within two hours after driving vehicle.

    • Note Change: SB 620 added. SB 204 and SB 621 removed. Adjusted public hearing times, removed work session notations.

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

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

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

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

      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d0XXcQ996rMX0pM
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.

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

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

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 176 (1:05 - 1:25 pm) Creates exceptions to certain privileges in abuse proceedings.
    • SB 41 A (1:25 - 1:40 pm) Adds officer who is certified as parole and probation officer and is employed full-time by State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision to definition of "parole and probation officer."
      Declares emergency, effective on passage.
    • SB 177 A (1:40 - 2:00 pm) Provides that proponent of certain hearsay statements is not required to issue material witness order or seek sanctions for contempt in order to show unavailability of declarant.
    • SB 183 A (2:00 - 2:20 pm) Modifies provisions relating to foreign restraining orders.
    • SJR 10 (2:20 - 2:40 pm) Proposes amendment to Oregon Constitution to prohibit slavery and involuntary servitude in all circumstances.
      Invited testimony only.
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • SB 204 A (2:40 - 3:00 pm) Adds civilian oversight agencies and review bodies designated by municipalities or law enforcement agencies to definition of "criminal justice agency." Allows civilian oversight agencies and review bodies to access Law Enforcement Data System.
      Invited testimony only.
    • SB 621 Upholds, under certain circumstances, local laws concerning local community oversight board established to oversee disciplinary matters concerning law enforcement officers, notwithstanding collective bargaining laws that require bargaining over such matters.
      Invited testimony only.
  • Work Session
    • SB 109 Directs State Parks and Recreation Commission to adopt rules managing use of unmanned aircraft systems by people in state parks.
    • SB 190 A Modifies permissible methods of providing notice of appointment of guardian to protected person.
    • SB 221 Modifies court procedure for determining whether decedent intended writing to be decedent's will, partial or complete revocation of decedent's will or addition to or alteration of decedent's will.
    • SB 295 A Defines terms related to fitness to proceed.
    • SB 315 Exempts from required disclosure business, commercial, financial, operational and research data and information that is furnished, developed or generated in connection with ownership or operation of unmanned aerial system test range, if disclosure of information would cause competitive disadvantage to test range or users.
    • SB 572 Modifies protective proceedings to permit vulnerable youth guardianships for adults between 18 and 21 years of age who are eligible for special immigrant status and who are unable to be reunified with parent due to abuse, neglect or abandonment that occurred before adult attained 18 years of age.
    • SB 578 A Requires court, under certain circumstances, to appoint legal counsel for respondent or protected person in protective proceeding.
    • SB 728 Modifies provisions of law relating to administration of decedents' estates.
    • Note Change: SB 204, SB 621, and SJR 10 public hearings added. SJM 2, SJM 4, and SJR 10 work sessions removed.

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

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

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

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

      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6hxH5BMrR9sjdkO
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.

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

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

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/18/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 751 A (1:05 - 1:25 pm) Modifies definition of "disclose" for purposes of discovery requirements in criminal cases.
  • Informational Meeting
    • SB 819
      (1:25 - 1:45 pm) Establishes procedure by which district attorney and incarcerated person may jointly petition sentencing court for reconsideration of conviction and sentence.

    • Please note: All measures listed below are scheduled for the purpose of committee discussion and possible work session.
  • Possible Work Session
    • SB 83 Modifies provisions of law relating to youth diversion plan.
    • SB 132 Authorizes Oregon Youth Authority to photograph and fingerprint youth offender if photograph and fingerprint records and files are not provided to youth authority.
    • SB 131 Adds supervisors of youth correction facilities and juvenile community supervision officers to list of professionals required to make notification of death and cooperate in investigation of death by providing records and other materials.
    • SB 181 Directs court to consider, in determining amount of award of attorney fees, whether attorney performed services on pro bono basis or award of attorney fees otherwise promotes access to justice.
    • SB 182 A Terminates authority of spouse as agent under certain estate planning documents upon annulment, separation or dissolution of marriage.
    • SB 183 A Modifies provisions relating to foreign restraining orders.
    • SB 185 A Specifies circumstances under which members of nonprofit corporation and board of directors of nonprofit corporation may discuss issues or take action by electronic means without meeting.
    • SB 204 A Adds civilian oversight agencies and review bodies designated by municipalities or law enforcement agencies to definition of "criminal justice agency." Allows civilian oversight agencies and review bodies to access Law Enforcement Data System.
    • SB 298 Conforms language in provisions relating to stalking protective order to language used in other provisions relating to protective orders.
    • SB 436 Modifies terminology by changing statutory references to "youth offender" to "adjudicated youth.".
    • SB 621 Upholds, under certain circumstances, local laws concerning local community oversight board established to oversee disciplinary matters concerning law enforcement officers, notwithstanding collective bargaining laws that require bargaining over such matters.
    • SB 768 A Modifies provisions relating to attorneys.


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

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

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

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

      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2ldEN7JK779izj0
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.

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

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

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


    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Judiciary House Subcommittee On Civil Law
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 200 A (3:15 – 3:35 pm) Requires district attorney of each county to adopt written policies concerning guilty except for insanity dispositions.
    • SB 753 (3:35 – 3:50 pm) Repeals requirement that Division of Child Support provide certain spousal support enforcement services for obligees who receive public assistance but who are not also receiving child support enforcement services.
    • SB 822 (3:50 - 4:10 pm) Consolidates unpaid child support accruing under superseded child support order into amounts payable under later-issued court order.
  • Work Session
    • SB 190 A Modifies permissible methods of providing notice of appointment of guardian to protected person.
    • SB 578 A Requires court, under certain circumstances, to appoint legal counsel for respondent or protected person in protective proceeding.
    • SB 767 Allows signature of judgment creditor or attorney signing satisfaction document to be notarized or accompanied by declaration under penalty of perjury.
    • Note change: SB 200 A, SB 753, and SB 822 added. SB 572 removed.

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

      Electronic:https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HJUDCL
      Mail: House Judiciary Subcommittee on Civil Law,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 453, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0lbINKvae7XRvVk
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/12/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174
  • Work Session
    • SB 200 A Requires district attorney of each county to adopt written policies concerning guilty except for insanity dispositions.
    • SB 572 Modifies protective proceedings to permit vulnerable youth guardianships for adults between 18 and 21 years of age who are eligible for special immigrant status and who are unable to be reunified with parent due to abuse, neglect or abandonment that occurred before adult attained 18 years of age.
    • SB 753 Repeals requirement that Division of Child Support provide certain spousal support enforcement services for obligees who receive public assistance but who are not also receiving child support enforcement services.
    • SB 822 Consolidates unpaid child support accruing under superseded child support order into amounts payable under later-issued court order.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Revenue
5/10/2021 3:15 PM, Remote A

    • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are taking place
      remotely. Go to https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HREV/Overview to access
      a live stream of this meeting. Locate the meeting date and click on the camera icon at the designated
      time. A viewing station will also be available outside of the Capitol Building.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2457 Updates connection date to federal Internal Revenue Code and other provisions of federal tax law.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3160 Establishes Oregon Wildfire Preparedness and Community Protection Fund and directs State Fire Marshal, State Forestry Department and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board to make expenditures from fund for various activities related to restoration, protection and recovery from wildfires.
    • HB 2357 A Establishes Sound Forestry Practices Subaccount and Family Forestlands Subaccount as subaccounts of State Forestry Department Account.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HREV
      Mail: House Committee on Revenue,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 160, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2rReyy9B2a2p1Vs
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: (503)986-1266. You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote A

    • The Capitol Building is currently closed to the public and meetings are taking place
      remotely. Go to https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Committees/HREV/Overview to access
      a live stream of this meeting. Locate the meeting date and click on the camera icon at the designated
      time. A viewing station will also be available outside of the Capitol Building.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Timber Harvest Taxes
      Legislative Revenue Office
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2450 Enacts express sunset for tax credit for establishment of employee training programs in rural counties.
    • HB 3069 A Establishes statewide coordinated crisis services system including 9-8-8 suicide prevention and behavioral health crisis hotline.
  • Work Session
    • HB 2008 A Provides tax exemption for property of religious organization held or used solely to provide affordable housing to low income households.

    • Submit written testimony on a bill or topic scheduled for a public hearing:
      Electronic: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Testimony/HREV
      Mail: House Committee on Revenue,
      900 Court Street NE, Room 160, Salem, OR 97301

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online:https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6D639Id8WlpPzUi
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: (503)986-1266. You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Rules
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
    • Instructions on how to submit written testimony and how to register to testify appear at the bottom of the agenda.
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 2486 (1:05 pm) Requires, on or after October 1, 2021, officials of public bodies to grant news media representatives access to scenes of emergencies or emergency police activity that are otherwise closed to public.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3021 Requires Secretary of State to create and make publicly available list of five most common languages spoken by residents of state.
    • HB 2060 Identifies economically disadvantaged students based on State Board of Education rule for purposes of Student Investment Account distributions.
    • HB 2001 Requires school district that is making reductions in educator staff positions to retain teacher with less seniority if teacher has more merit and if retention of teacher is necessary to maintain school district's diversity ratio.
    • Possible Introduction of Committee Measures
  • Public Hearing and Possible Work Session
    • HB 3112 (2:10 pm) Establishes Cannabis Equity Board within office of Governor to provide equity oversight of cannabis industry in this state.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cXZPEdFa3IcMB3U
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Veterans and Emergency Management
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (3:15pm) Update on Recent Offshore Seismic Activity and ShakeAlert’s Performance
      Dr. Doug Toomey, University of Oregon
    • (3:35pm) Ice Storm Electrical Grid Lessons Learned: Baseline Requirements for Resiliency
      Megan Decker, Chair, Oregon Public Utility Commission
      Larry Bekkedahl, PGE, Senior Vice President of Advanced Energy Delivery
      Allen Berreth, Pacific Power, VP of Transmission and Distribution Operations
      John Dietz, OMEU President and General Manager of McMinnville Water & Light
      Tony Schecher, General Manager for Salem Electric Cooperative

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 170
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (3:15pm) Disaster Fuel Planning Update
      Mike Harryman, State Resiliency Officer
      Deanna Henry, Oregon Department of Energy
    • (3:45pm) Labor Day Wildfire After Action Report Update
      Mike Harryman, State Resiliency Officer

    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Water
5/11/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E - Meeting Cancelled
    • Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (8:00 am) State Water Management
      Speakers TBD
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Joint
Information Management and Technology
5/10/2021 8:00 AM, Remote D - No Meeting Scheduled
5/12/2021 8:30 AM, Remote D
    • (TIME CHANGE to 8:30 a.m.)

      Representative Nathanson, Presiding Co-Chair
  • Informational Meeting
    • Enterprise Information Services: Enterprise Microsoft 365 Project - Update Report
      Presenters:
      • Kurtis Danka, State Chief Technology Officer
      • Jennifer de Jong, Enterprise M365 Project Director
Legislative Audits
5/11/2021 3:15 PM, Remote 174 - No Meeting Scheduled
Transportation
5/11/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F

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


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

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

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

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
    • Please note: HB 3050 is being heard for the purpose of hearing testimony on an amendment that would replace the language in the bill. The amendment will be made available on OLIS as soon as possible.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3050 (8:00 am) Requires Department of Transportation to study development of uniform standards for speed bump height and markings.
    • Please note: HB 3065 is being heard for the purpose of hearing testimony on the -8 amendment.
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 3065 (8:15 am) Directs Department of Transportation to study development of uniform standards for speed bump height and markings and report on findings to interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to transportation on or before September 15, 2022.
    • Note change: HB 3065 has been added.

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

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

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

      Register to testify live remotely:
      Registration is required to testify by phone or video.
      Register online: https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_43iI2460iWV0ige
      You will see a confirmation screen and be sent an email with information on how to join the
      meeting. If you do not, contact the committee assistant.
      Register by phone: 833-588-4500 (U.S. toll free). You will be given a phone
      number to call into the meeting.
      Registration closes at the time the meeting is scheduled to begin.
      A public access kiosk is located outside of the State Capitol Building for anyone without access
      to a phone or computer to join a meeting by video.

      Neither registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may determine that public testimony must be limited. For this reason, written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
5/13/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F

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


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

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

      Times below reflect tentative start times for each item. Committee chairs may, at their discretion, reschedule or alter agendas to accommodate committee business.
  • Work Session
    • HB 3125 (8:00 am) Directs Department of Transportation to create emergency contact information form and make form available for individuals to voluntarily provide emergency contact information for inclusion in individual's motor vehicle record for police officers to use, during or after emergency situations, to contact those listed.
    • HB 3339 (8:10 am) Prohibits willfully obstructing, blockading, interfering with or preventing use of railroad-highway grade crossing for longer than 10 consecutive minutes.
  • Informational Meeting
    • Invited testimony only
    • (8:20 am) Remedy for Expired Transportation Energy Tax Credits
    • Unless otherwise noted on the agenda, testimony is only accepted by committees for bills or topics scheduled for a public hearing. See the Oregon Legislature’s website for information on contacting individual legislators directly on bills or topics not scheduled for a public hearing.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Education
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5528 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - Public Testimony

      *Testimony may be time-limited depending on number of participants*
  • Work Session
    • SB 5532 Board of Licensed Social Workers (ADDED - time permitting)
    • PLEASE NOTE

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

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

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

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

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

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

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bdWfBu6I44vnXdY

      If you need assistance with electronic registration, call: 1-503-986-1828

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

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
5/12/2021 1:00 PM, Remote E
  • Work Session
    • SB 5514 Department of Education / State School Fund
    • Department of Education report on Summer Learning Initiative
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5528 Higher Education Coordinating Commission - Invited Testimony Only
Ways and Means Subcommittee On General Government
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
  • Informational Meeting
    • Department of Revenue report on Adjusted Tax Returns (ADDED)
5/12/2021 1:00 PM, Remote F
  • Work Session
    • SB 5509 Construction Contractors Board
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Human Services
5/11/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 174
  • Work Session
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Natural Resources
5/10/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Informational Meeting
    • Report on the Cost of Wildfire Preparedness and Suppression Activities on ODF Protected Lands in Oregon
      Earth Economics
5/12/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5518 Department Forestry - Invited Testimony Only
5/17/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5518 Department of Forestry - Invited Testimony Only
5/19/2021 8:00 AM, Remote E
  • Public Hearing
    • SB 5518 Department of Forestry - Public Testimony

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

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

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

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

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

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

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

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0CfC0kUNGdvJfbU

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

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

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Public Safety
5/10/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Public Hearing
    • HB 5030 Public Defense Services Commission - Invited Testimony and Public Testimony

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

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

      PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPTIONS

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

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

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

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

      To register electronically, go to:
      https://survey.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1EOCHkYOm5UxcXQ

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

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

      Please Note: Neither electronic registration nor use of the public access kiosk is a guarantee that you will be able to testify during the meeting. Committee chairs may limit public testimony. Submission of written testimony is encouraged even if you plan to speak.
5/12/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Work Session
    • HB 5031 Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
5/17/2021 1:00 PM, Remote 170
  • Informational Meeting
    • Department of Corrections
Ways and Means Subcommittee On Transportation and Economic Development
5/10/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F
  • Work Session
    • Housing and Community Services Department - Federal Grant Application for ARPA Emergency Rental Assistance (ADDED)
5/12/2021 8:00 AM, Remote F
  • Work Session
    • SB 5543 Department of Transportation - fee bill