HOUSE COMMITTEE ON ADVANCING E-GOVERNMENT

 

March 15, 2001                                                                                                       Hearing Room E

3:30 PM                                                                                                                               Tapes 22

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:         Rep. Rob Patridge, Vice-Chair

Rep. Kathy Lowe

 

MEMBER EXCUSED:          Rep. Jim Hill, Chair

 

STAFF PRESENT:                 Mark Jolley, Committee Administrator

Sara Noble, Committee Assistant

 

MEASURE/ISSUES HEARD:           HB 3359 – Public Hearing

                                                HB 3389 – Public Hearing and Work Session

                                                HB 2987 – Work Session

 

These minutes are in compliance with Senate and House Rules.  Only text enclosed in quotation marks reports a speaker’s exact words.  For complete contents, please refer to the tapes.

 

TAPE/#

Speaker

Comments

TAPE 22, A

004

Chair Patridge

Convenes committee at 3:30 p.m. and opens a public hearing on HB 3359 and HB 3389.

020

Mark Jolley

Committee Administrator. Gives background information on HB 3359 and HB 3389.

034

Rep. Lowe

Asks how are these items going to be stored and is there a cost related to storage.

035

Chair Patridge

Responds that they will be posted on the internet and there will be some associated cost.

043

Rep. Lowe

Asks if there were various drafts and revisions would they be required to be disclosed under the “Freedom of Information Act” and if they were stored would they need to be posted on the internet.

049

Chair Patridge

Responds that just the reports required by state law would be posted on the internet.

054

Ralph Saperstein

Representing Boise Cascade. Expresses concern that the Archives Division has decided that tables and graphs take up too much memory and they are not put on the internet for the various Oregon Revised Statues (ORS) and Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR). Asks when this bill requires reports be added is that report minus the tables and graphs or in addition. States if that is the case for reports then it should be the same for ORS’s and OAR’s.

071

Chair Patridge

Comments that it should be the complete report in its entirety and agrees that tables and graphs are important parts of these reports. For Legislative history we should probably discuss this.

075

Saperstein

States with the feeling that tables and graphs are an important part of the reports you must also believe that they are an important part of the ORS and ORA and that tables, graphs, charts and exhibits should be a part of them also.

078

Chair Patridge

Agrees with that comment.

081

Rep. Lowe

Expresses the need for a fiscal and that indeterminate hardly qualifies.

082

Chair Patridge

Closes the public hearing on HB 3359 and HB 3389 and opens a work session on HB 3389.

085

Chair Patridge

States there is a fiscal for both bills but they are indeterminate and explains.

093

Rep. Lowe

Questions if Department of Administrative Services (DAS) and Archives will have an opportunity to comment and asks where these bills go from here.

095

Chair Patridge

Explains the bills will go to the floor.

097

Rep. Lowe

Comments that for purposes of moving these bills to the floor only and reserves the right to vote sideways if Archives or DAS comes forward with new information that would make the bill look bad.

099

Rep. Lowe

MOTION:  Moves HB 3389 to the floor WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION as to passage.

110

Chair Patridge

Asks if Archives and DAS had been contacted regarding this bill.

113

Jolley

States that DAS was contacted they supported the bill and had no reason to testify but he had not talked with Archives.

115

Rep. Lowe

Asks that DAS and Archives be contacted again.

 

 

VOTE:  2-0

EXCUSED:  1 - Rep. Hill

117

Chair Patridge

Hearing no objection declares the motion CARRIED.

127

Rep. Patridge

Closes the work session on HB 3389, and opens a work session on HB 2987.

131

Jolley

Gives background information on HB 2987 along with the –1 amendment (EXHIBIT A).

141

Rep. Tom Butler

House District 60. Testifies in support of HB 2987 with the –1 amendments.

161

Rep. Lowe

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB 2987-1 amendments dated 3/14/01.

169

Chair Patridge

Expresses concern about the –1 amendments prohibiting the use of cell phones in restaurants like they do smoking if the amendment is limited to motor vehicles.

174

Rep. Lowe

Gives information regarding the history of discussions on HB 2987.

220

Chair Patridge

Asks what is the nature of the –1 amendments as opposed to the bill.

227

Rep. Lowe

Responds that the –1 amendments fixes it so that you can talk on the cell phone in your car.

 

 

VOTE:  2-0

EXCUSED:  1 - Rep. Hill

237

Chair Patridge

Hearing no objection declares the motion CARRIED.

243

Rep. Lowe

MOTION:  Moves HB 2987 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  2-0

EXCUSED:  1 - Rep. Hill

248

Chair Patridge

Hearing no objection declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. PATRIDGE will lead discussion on the floor.

250

Rep. Lowe

Requests that it not be placed on the consent calendar

252

Chair Patridge

Closes the work session on HB 2987 and adjourns the committee at 3:55 p.m.

 

Submitted By,                                                                           Reviewed By,

 

 

 

Sara Noble,                                                                              Mark Jolley,

Committee Assistant                                                                 Committee Administrator

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

A – HB 2987, -1 amendments, staff, 1p.