HOUSE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

 

 

March 24, 2003   Hearing Room 357

1:00 p.m. Tapes  97 -  101

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:            Rep. Max Williams, Chair

Rep. Gordon Anderson, Vice-Chair

Rep. Robert Ackerman, Vice-Chair

Rep. Jeff Barker

Rep. Bob Jenson

Rep. Jerry Krummel

Rep. Greg Macpherson

Rep. Floyd Prozanski

Rep. Lane Shetterly

 

STAFF PRESENT:                  Bill Taylor, Counsel

Ann Martin, Committee Assistant

 

MEASURE/ISSUES HEARD:            HB 2340 Work Session

                                                HB 2093 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2092 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2425 Work Session

                                                HB 2873 Public Hearing and Work Session

                                                HB 2770 Work Session

                                                HB 2115 Work Session

                                                HB 2803 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2866 Public Hearing and Work Session

                                    HB 2095 Work Session                       

                                                HB 2207 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 97, A

003

Chair Williams

Calls the meeting to order at 1:10 p.m. Opens a work session for HB 2340.

HB 2340 WORK SESSION

020

Chair Williams

MOTION:  Moves to SUSPEND the rules for the purpose of RECONSIDERING the vote on HB 2340.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0

027

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

030

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves to RECONSIDER the vote by which HB 2340 was sent to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0

033

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

041

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves HB  2340 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation and the SUBSEQUENT REFERRAL to the committee on Ways and Means BE RESCINDED.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0

042

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. WILLIAMS will lead discussion on the floor.

055

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2340 and opens a public hearing on HB 2093.

HB 2093 PUBLIC HEARING

056

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel. Introduces HB 2093 which removes right to court-appointed counsel in dependency proceedings.

073

Terry Leggert

Judge, Marion County. Testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

128

Nan Waller

Judge. Testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

195

Angela Sherbo

Senior Attorney, Juvenile Rights Project. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT A).

286

Emily Cohen

Attorney. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT B).

376

Rep. Macpherson

Asks how the counsel decides what to advocate for when representing a child.

390

Sherbo

Answers that there are ethical standards for counsel for children.

440

Rep. Macpherson

Asks if there is some threshold of age at which point the expressed desires of the child are not what shapes the act of counsel.

TAPE 98, A

010

Judge Waller

Answers that regardless of the age of a child, if a child can verbalize what they want, then that is what she wants to know.

035

Taylor

Agrees with her that it’s a case-by-case analysis, but reviews the statute that says the court should appoint counsel in every court. Asks for her comments.

046

Sherbo

Explains that the statute as currently written is probably “overbroad and too narrow.”

072

Mary Ann Bearden

Judge, Lane County. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

124

Karen Stenard

Lawyer, Lane County. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBITS C& D).

227

Megan Friese

Executive Director, CASA. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT E).

245

Rep. Prozanski

Asks Ms. Stenard for her written testimony.

275

Peter Ozanne

Executive Director, Public Defense Services Commission. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT F).

356

Doug Harcleroad

District Attorney, Lane County.Testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

376

Michael Livingston

Assistant Attorney General. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT G).

 

TAPE 97, B

003

Livingston

Continues his testimony in opposition to HB 2093.

018

Chair Williams

Asks Mr. Ozanne if he thinks that they could discuss this issue during the interim.

029

Ozanne

Answers, yes. Says that the Oregon Law Commission was aware that a statute with standards could be considered and they would support that.

041

Harcleroad

Comments on setting standards for juvenile cases, but is worried about the cost. Says that the Oregon District Attorneys Association would participate in this discussion.

072

Judy Stiegler

Program Director, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Submits testimony and testifies on HB 2093 (EXHIBIT H).

088

Becky Smith

CASA State Coordinator. Testifies on HB 2093.

113

Stiegler

Discusses the impact of what this legislation would have on CASA programs throughout the state.

176

William Furtick

Attorney, Eugene. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT I).

263

Kelly Skye

Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

341

Timothy Travis

Oregon Judicial Department. Testifies in opposition to HB 2093.

TAPE 98, B

002

Kevin George

Foster Care Manager, Children, Adults and Families, Department of Human Services. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT J).

037

Marie Hoeven

Executive Director, Children First for Oregon. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2093 (EXHIBIT K).

053

Chair Williams

Asks Mr. Travis how he feels about the “too broad too narrow language” of the statute.

060

Travis

Believes that it would be a good idea to have a work group in the Oregon Law Commission to work on this issue.

068

Skye

Agrees.

081

George

States that the Department of Human Services would like to have a seat at the table regarding this issue.

083

Travis

Mentions that the quality of representation of children is uneven.

095

Hoeven

Adds that she thinks it would be a good idea to have the experts take a good look at this issue.

121

Chair Williams

Closes the public hearing on HB 2093 and opens a public hearing on HB 2092.

HB 2092 PUBLIC HEARING

135

Mary Williams

Solicitor General, Department of Justice. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2092 which removes right to court-appointed counsel in post-conviction relief proceedings (EXHIBIT L).

186

Peter Ozanne

Executive Director, Public Defense Services Commission. Submits testimony and testifies in opposition to HB 2092 (EXHIBIT M).

236

Kelly Skye

Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Testifies in opposition to HB 2092.

314

Chair Williams

Says that he wants to know how much this bill will cost.

355

Williams

Responds that where they have difficulty in trying to estimate cost is on the federal habeas side.

399

Ozanne

Says that the commission would be open to engaging in a discussion of this issue.

TAPE 99, A

003

Rep. Jenson

Asks if there are constitutional problems with this bill.

007

Chair Williams

Answers that he doesn’t think so.

008

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel. Says that there is no constitutional right to post-conviction relief and that it is purely a policy issue.

013

Ozanne

Says that there are certain rights regarding habeas corpus.

031

Rep. Jenson

Believe that there could be an appellate court challenge in this bill.

041

Skye

Comments that the waiving of a filing fee may cause a constitutional problem.

052

Chair Williams

Closes the public hearing on HB 2092 and opens a work session on HB 2425.

HB 2425 WORK SESSION

061

Keith Kutler

Department of Justice. Testifies on HB 2425 which exempts from disclosure under public records law public body’s plan in connection with threat against individual or public safety. Discusses hand-engrossed bill and the -1 amendments (EXHIBITS N & O).

096

Rep. Krummel

Asks if the recommendations of  the National Infrastructure Protection Commission are considered in the -1 amendments or in the bill itself.

105

Kutler

Answers that he is not familiar with those recommendations, but they have attempted to find a balance.

138

Chair Williams

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB 2425-1 amendments dated 03/19/03.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

140

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

145

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves HB 2425 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

152

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. WILLIAMS will lead discussion on the floor.

168

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2425 and opens a public hearing on HB 2873.

HB 2873 PUBLIC HEARING

173

Ann Christian

Director, Indigent Defense Services Division. Submits testimony and testifies in support of HB 2873 which accelerates transfer of responsibility for indigent defense services from State Court Administrator to Public Defense Services Commission (EXHIBIT P). Discusses the -1 amendments  and the hand-engrossed bill (EXHIBITS Q & R).

268

Chair Williams

Closes the public hearing on HB 2873 and opens a work session.

HB 2873 WORK SESSION

270

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB  2873-1 amendments dated 03/20/03.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

273

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

278

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves HB  2873 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation and the SUBSEQUENT REFERRAL to the committee on Ways and Means BE RESCINDED.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

292

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. KRUMMEL will lead discussion on the floor.

300

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2873 and opens a work session on HB 2770.

HB 2770  WORK SESSION

302

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel. Introduces HB 2770 which creates crime of strangulation. Discusses the -1 and -2 amendments (EXHIBITS S & T).

320

Chair Williams

Recesses the work session on HB 2770 and opens a work session on HB 2115.

HB 2115 WORK SESSION

322

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel. Introduces HB 2115 which allows state to have licensed psychologist examine who is charged with murder and asserts defense of extreme emotional disturbance. Discusses the -1 amendments (EXHIBIT U).

372

Kelly Skye

Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Explains that the bill would create a constitutional due process problem, but the -1 amendments fix this.

412

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB 2115-1 amendments dated 03/18/03.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

417

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

418

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves HB 2115 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

430

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. BARKER will lead discussion on the floor.

433

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2115 and re-opens the work session on HB 2770.

HB 2770 WORK SESSION RE-OPENED

TAPE 100, A

003

Rep. Prozanski

Discusses -2 amendments (Exhibit T).

034

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB 2770-2 amendments dated 03/21/03.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

035

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

036

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves HB 2770 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

039

Rep. Shetterly

Says that he has problems with line 20, page 1 of the bill that makes physical injury a Class C felony instead of a Class A misdemeanor.

055

Rep. Prozanski

Explains why it is appropriate to have that distinction.

068

Rep. Barker

Stresses that getting choked is different from getting punched. Says that he thinks this is a good law.

079

Rep. Shetterly

States his concerns.

092

Rep. Prozanski

Comments that the Senate can look at this based on Rep. Shetterly’s concerns.

100

Rep. Krummel

Discusses the possible injuries from strangulation.

116

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

120

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. PROZANSKI will lead discussion on the floor.

125

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2770 and opens a work session on HB 2115.

HB 2115 WORK SESSION

145

Chair Williams

MOTION:  Moves to SUSPEND the rules for the purpose of RECONSIDERING the vote on HB 2115.

 

 

 

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

146

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

150

Rep. Shetterly

MOTION:  Moves to RECONSIDER the vote by which HB 2115 was sent to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

150

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

155

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves HB 2115 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation and the SUBSEQUENT REFERRAL to the committee on Ways and Means BE RESCINDED.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Macpherson

159

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. BARKER will lead discussion on the floor.

162

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2115 and recesses the committee at 3:30 p.m.

163

Chair Williams

Reconvenes the committee at 5:38 p.m. Opens a public hearing on HB 2803.

HB 2803 PUBLIC HEARING

171

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel.  Introduces HB 2803 which authorizes Department of Corrections to enter into contracts for provision of correctional services in facilities out of state.

185

Mitch Morrow

Department of Corrections (DOC).  Submits testimony of Ben de Haan and testifies in support of HB 2803 (EXHIBIT V).  Gives statistics on current bed use in the state.  Supports -1 amendments (EXHIBIT W) and deleting line 18.

231

Vice-Chair Ackerman

Asks for explanation of “entity.”

233

Morrow

Gives definition of “entity.”

240

Vice-Chair Ackerman

Asks what the substitute language is going to be.

246

Rep. Shetterly

Asks if this is for emergency purposes, after the state has reached their bed capacity.

256

Morrow

Responds affirmatively.

258

Rep. Barker

Asks if the Lakeview facility is on hold.

260

Morrow

Answers that he is not sure where they’re at with Lakeview.

269

Rep. Barker

Asks if this is for emergency beds only, after everything.

272

Morrow

Says, that is correct.

274

Rep. Shetterly

Asks if the previous legislation included a sunset.

276

Morrow

Yes, the sunset is no longer in effect.

279

Rep. Shetterly

Wonders how DOC would feel about a sunset on this bill.

284

Morrow

Responds they would be willing to consider it.

288

Taylor

Asks why they changed “person” to “entity.”

293

Morrow

Says “person” did not give them authority to go outside of Oregon.

299

Claudia Black

Department of Corrections.  Testifies that the term “person” would not allow them to rent beds out of state.

309

Chair Williams

Asks for clarification.

313

Black

Responds affirmatively.

318

Rep. Jenson

Asks about staffing in overcrowded facilities.  Wonders if facilities are all fully staffed.

330

Morrow

Speaks to the additional costs associated with staffing.  Gives an example of staffing needs at a dormitory they would open at the penitentiary.

347

Rep. Jenson

Asks if Oregon is currently fully staffed.

349

Morrow

Replies, yes.

352

Vice Chair Anderson

Asks if the Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) facilities could be used.

354

Morrow

Says they are looking at that option.

361

Rep. Prozanski

Asks for the order of preference in looking for beds.

369

Morrow

Responds:

  • First our own prisons
  • Second would be county beds
  • Third would be out of state beds

378

Rep. Prozanski

Asks if there is a way to save costs by using Oregon’s existing institutions.

390

Morrow

Says they don’t have that information, but would be willing to get that information.

400

Chair Williams

Suggests adding a sunset clause to revisit this at a later date.

415

Morrow

Says he is not opposed to a sunset clause.

420

Rep. Macpherson

Asks how long this previous bill was in effect.

424

Morrow

Responds it began in 1995 with a sunset in 2001.

435

Rep. Macpherson

Asks if prisoners were regularly sent out of state, and if so, where did they go.

447

Morrow

Answers 200-300 inmates were in Arizona for quite a while.

454

Taylor

Believes that inmates were also in Texas.

447

Vice-Chair Ackerman

Asks why they are exempt from ORS 279 – the competitive bid chapter.

482

Black

Says they can get that information for the committee.

TAPE 99, B—NOT USED

TAPE 101, A

033

Mary Botkin

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. Testifies in opposition to HB 2803.  Suggests defining “emergency” and agrees a sunset would be useful.

085

Tom Wright

Two Rivers Correctional Institute (TRCI).  Testifies in opposition to HB 2803 citing the expenditure it would cost to transport inmates.  Feels adding bed space would increase the safety and security issues.

123

Justin Wylie

Two Rivers Correctional Institute (TRCI).  Testifies in opposition to HB 2803 stressing why he would not like to see the use of out-of-state private prisons. 

160

Rep. Barker

Asks how many beds are in the La Grande facility.

162

Wylie

Believes that they house 75-100 people there.

172

Rep. Barker

Expresses concern for the personnel’s safety in Oregon’s facilities.

179

Wylie

Talks about how vacant facilities could be utilized.

183

Chair Williams

Agrees that out-of-state housing would be a last resort.  Announces that the Governor’s budget says that no new beds are going to be built in Oregon so DOC may have to have this tool as an option.  Discusses amendments that should be drafted, like a sunset and the order of priority for options.

220

Botkin

Requests an oversight process if an emergency is declared.

224

Chair Williams

Expresses his concerns about binding DOC too much with no options for bed space. 

238

Rep. Shetterly

Agrees with a sunset and some legislative directive in the statute on what priority DOC would use in finding bed space.

254

Chair Williams

Says he doesn’t want DOC being held up to a higher price by a county.

263

Rep. Macpherson

Suggests taking private prisons off the legislation as an option.

276

Chair Williams

Encourages all committee members to provide alternative options.

287

Rep. Prozanski

Describes why he will not support any legislation dealing with out-of-state private prisons. 

323

Vice-Chair Anderson

Says many of the counties do not have the money to pay.  Suggests leaving all options open.

347

Geoff Sugerman

Oregon Criminal Justice Reform Coalition.  Testifies in opposition to HB 2803.  Describes the negative impact on Oregon prisoners placed in Texas during the 1990’s.

423

Chair Williams

Closes the public hearing on HB 2803 and opens a public hearing on HB 2866.

HB 2866 PUBLIC HEARING

438

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel.  Introduces HB 2866 which expands circumstances under which peace officer may present evidence, examine and cross-examine witnesses and make arguments in trials involving violations.

451

Rep. Prozanski

Describes his efforts working on this legislation.  To allow for a cost savings and allow officers to conduct these limited cases.

493

Rep. Jenson

Asks if this is practice of law.

505

Chair Williams

Explains that it would not be.

TAPE 100, B

040

Rep. Prozanski

Clarifies with an example where this legislation would have been helpful.

066

Rep. Barker

Agrees that this legislation would be helpful.

077

Vice Chair Anderson

Says this is done in traffic violations.

080

Chair Williams

Agrees that happens.

091

Rep. Prozanski

Clarifies that an officer cannot make arguments on the case to the court.

098

Chair Williams

Closes public hearing and opens a work session on HB 2866.

HB 2866 WORK SESSION

100

Rep. Prozanski

MOTION:  Moves HB  2866 to the floor with a DO PASS recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

105

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. PROZANSKI will lead discussion on the floor.

119

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2866 and opens a work session on HB 2095.

HB 2095 WORK SESSION

120

Bill Taylor

Explains HB 2095 which requires court or enforcing agency issuing child support order to direct obligor or obligee to provide health care coverage to child under health benefit plan under certain circumstances.

136

Ronelle Shankle

Submits testimony. Discusses hand-engrossed bill with  -2 amendments and -2 amendments  (EXHIBITS X-AA).

145

Chair Williams

Asks for an explanation of what previously held up this legislation.

147

Shankle

Explains their previous disagreements.

161

Nancy Miller

State Court Administrator’s Office.  Agrees that the issues of concern have been resolved.

183

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT HB 2095-2 amendments dated 03/21/03.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

188

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

190

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves HB 2095 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

192

Vice-Chair Anderson

Asks why the references to union were removed.

200

Shankle

Explains that the references to union were removed because they are found in a previous portion of the bill.

211

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

213

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. ANDERSON will lead discussion on the floor.

231

Chair Williams

Closes work session on HB 2095 and opens a work session on HB 2207.

HB 2207 WORK SESSION

233

Bill Taylor

Committee Counsel.  Explains HB 2207 which authorizes State Parks and Recreation Department to request Department of State Police to provide criminal offender information about subject individuals. Explains -1 amendments (EXHIBIT BB)

242

Mike Carrier

Director, State Parks and Recreation Department. Testifies in support of HB 2207.

253

Rep. Shetterly

Doesn’t know why there is a definition of “vulnerable person” in this bill.  Suggests deleting lines 4-9 of the -1 amendments.

268

Chair Williams

Explains the rationale for trying to define “vulnerable person” in this legislation.

287

Rep. Shetterly

Worries about narrowing the intent with the definition.

326

Carrier

Says there is a duty to establish specific criteria by rule so the definition is needed.

336

Chair Williams

Gives examples.

372

Rep. Jenson

Shares concern with limitations being placed in the legislation based on the definition.

381

Chair Williams

Says the amendments were drafted to allay committee fears, but says lines 4 – 9 could be deleted.

400

Rep. Barker

Says this would help people who are worried about background checks.

414

Carrier

Doesn’t know if these definitions might limit other authorities by other agencies. 

438

Rep. Prozanski

Discusses how this legislation might affect other agencies by these definitions.

449

Chair Williams

MOTION:  Moves to SUSPEND the rules for the purpose of  making CONCEPTUAL AMENDMENTS to the -1 amendments to HB 2207.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

454

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

459

Rep. Shetterly

MOTION:  Moves to CONCEPTUALLY AMEND HB  2207 by deleting lines 4-9 of the -1 amendments.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

460

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

472

Vice-Chair Ackerman

MOTION:  Moves to ADOPT the -1 amendments to HB 2207 as CONCEPTUALLY AMENDED.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

480

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

484

Vice-Chair

Ackerman

MOTION:  Moves HB 2207 to the floor with a DO PASS AS  AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

EXCUSED:  1 - Krummel

486

Chair Williams

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. ACKERMAN will lead discussion on the floor.

TAPE 101, B

035

Chair Williams

MOTION:  Requests unanimous consent that the rules be SUSPENDED to allow REP. KRUMMEL to BE RECORDED as voting AYE on HB 2866, 2095 and 2207.

049

Chair Williams

Closes the work session on HB 2207 and adjourns the meeting at 6:50 p.m.

 

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

A – HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Angela Sherbo, 3 pgs.

B – HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Emily Cohen, 2 pgs.

C – HB 2093, letters of Judge Pierre L. Van Rysselberghe, Judge Kip Leonard, and  Stu Burge, submitted by Karen Stenard, 3 pgs.

D – HB 2093, written testimony of Karen Stenard, and email from Joy Brewer, submitted by Karen Stenard, 3 pgs.

E – HB 2093, written testimony of Michele Reniff, submitted by Megan Friese, 1 pg.

 

F - HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Peter Ozanne, 2 pgs.

G - HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Michael Livingston, 3 pgs.

H – HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Judy Stiegler, 2 pgs.

I – HB 2093, letter, submitted by William Furtick, 2 pgs.

J – HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Kevin George, 1 pg.

K – HB 2093, written testimony, submitted by Marie Hoeven, 2 pgs.

L – HB 2092, written testimony, submitted by Mary Williams, 1 pg.

M – HB 2092, written testimony, submitted by Peter Ozanne, 2 pgs.

N – HB 2425, hand-engrossed with -1 amendments, submitted by Keith Kutler, 25 pgs.

O- HB 2425, -1 amendments, dated 3/19/03, submitted by staff, 7 pgs.

P – HB 2873, written testimony, submitted by Ann Christian, 2 pgs.

Q – HB 2873, -1 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/20/03,  1 pg.

R – HB 2873, hand-engrossed with -1 amendments, submitted by staff, 2 pgs.

S – HB 2770, -1 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/13/03, 1 pg.

T - HB 2770, -2 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/21/03, 1 pg.

U – HB 2115, -1 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/18/03, 3 pgs.

V – HB 2803, written testimony of Ben de Haan, submitted by Mitch Morrow, 2 pgs.

W – HB 2803, -1 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/12/03, 1 pg.

X – HB 2095, hand-engrossed with -2 amendments, submitted by Ronelle Shankle, Department of Justice, 11 pgs.

Y – HB 2095, -2 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/21/03, 6 pgs.

Z – HB 2095, letter to Linda Gillett, submitted by Ronelle Shankle, 1 pg.

AA – HB 2095, proposed amendments, submitted by Ronelle Shankle, 2 pgs.

BB – HB 2007, -1 amendments, submitted by staff, dated 3/21/03, 1 pg.

CC – HB 2093, written testimony of National Association of Social Workers, submitted by staff, 2 pgs.

DD – HB 2093, written testimony of Dan Krein, Oregon Juvenile Department Director’s Association, submitted by Larry Oglesby, 1 pg.