5HOUSE COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER PROTECTION

TAPE LOG

 

April 18, 2007 Hearing Room E

1:00 P.M. Tapes  72 – 73

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:            Rep. Paul Holvey, Chair

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, Vice-Chair

Rep. Donna Nelson, Vice-Chair

Rep. Larry Galizio

Rep. Vic Gilliam

Rep. Fred Girod

Rep. Chuck Riley

 

STAFF PRESENT:                  Steve Dixon, Committee Administrator

Mike Reiley, Committee Assistant

 

MEASURES HEARD:                     HB 2871 – Work Session

                                                HB 3103 – Work Session

                                                HB 2002 – Work Session

                                                HB 2621 – Public Hearing

                                                                                               

This tape log is in compliance with Senate and House Rules.  For complete contents, please refer to the cassette tapes.

 

TAPE #

AND SIDE

COUNTER

NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT MATTER

OR CHANGE IN SPEAKER

72A

002

Chair Holvey calls the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m.

HB 2871 – WORK SESSION

 

015

Sean Brennan, Office of Legislative Counsel (EXHIBIT A)

 

088

Chair Holvey

 

095

Brennan

 

103

Chair Holvey

 

110

MOTION:  Rep. Girod moves to ADOPT HB 2871-4 amendments dated 4/5/07 (EXHIBIT B).

 

117

Chair Holvey

 

120

Rep. Bonamici

 

 

VOTE:  2-5-0

AYE:               2 - Gilliam, Girod

NAY:               5 - Bonamici, Galizio, Nelson, Riley, Holvey

 

 

Chair Holvey declares the motion FAILED.

 

140

MOTION:  Rep. Bonamici moves to ADOPT HB 2871-8 amendments dated 4/18/07 and language adding, “and late fees” on page 3, line 24 after “Prepayment fees”.

 

 

VOTE:  7-0-0

 

 

Chair Holvey hears no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

72A

170

MOTION:  Rep. Bonamici moves HB 2871 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

175

Rep. Bonamici

 

187

Rep. Galizio

 

192

Chair Holvey

 

205

Rep. Nelson

 

 

VOTE:  5-2-0

AYE:               5 - Bonamici, Galizio, Nelson, Riley, Holvey

NAY:               2 - Gilliam, Girod

 

 

Chair Holvey declares the motion CARRIED.

SPEAKER MERKLEY will lead discussion on the floor.

 

212

Rep. Girod serves notice of possible Minority Report.

 

217

Chair Holvey

HB 3103 – WORK SESSION

 

229

Joel Ario, Administrator, Insurance Division, Department of Consumer and Business Services

 

270

MOTION:  Rep. Bonamici moves HB 3103 to the floor with a DO PASS recommendation.

 

260

Elise Brown, America’s Health Insurance Plans

 

272

Chair Holvey reads the written testimony of Jim Gravette, PacificSource Health Plans submitted at the 4/11/07 meeting (EXHIBIT C)

 

295

Brown

 

302

Rep. Bonamici

 

305

Chair Holvey

 

316

Rep. Nancy Nathanson, House District 13

 

366

Rep. Riley

 

372

Chair Holvey

 

380

Brown

 

 

VOTE:  5-1-1

AYE:               5 - Bonamici, Galizio, Nelson, Riley, Holvey

NAY:               1 - Girod

EXCUSED:     1 - Gilliam

 

 

Chair Holvey declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. NATHANSON will lead discussion on the floor.

HB 2002 – WORK SESSION

73A

005

Joel Ario, Administrator, Insurance Division, Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) (EXHIBIT D)

 

151

Laura Etherton, Consumer Advocate, Oregon State Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG)

 

205

Chair Holvey

 

211

Rep. Girod

 

220

Ario

73A

240

Rep. Girod

 

242

Ario

 

257

Ed Nieubuurt, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Providence Health Plans (EXHIBIT E)

72B

012

Rep. Nelson

 

014

Ario

 

016

Rep. Nelson

 

026

Chair Holvey

The following written testimony is submitted for the record without public testimony:

 

 

Sujata Sanghvi, Vice President, PacificSource Health Plans (EXHIBIT F)

HB 2621 – PUBLIC HEARING

 

040

Steve Dixon, Committee Administrator (EXHIBIT G)

 

045

Rep. Bonamici

 

051

Sen. Vicki Walker, Senate District 7

 

106

Rep. Diane Rosenbaum, House District 42

 

150

Sen. Frank Morse, Senate District 8

 

184

Rep. Tom Butler, House District 60

 

244

Rep. Nelson

 

252

Sen. Morse

 

260

Rep. Butler

 

271

Sen. Walker

 

284

Rep. Butler

 

316

Gerard Keegan, Director of State Legislative Affairs, CTIA – The Wireless Association (EXHIBIT H)

 

382

Dan Youmans, AT&T, Cingular (EXHIBIT I)

73B

023

Michael Bagley, Executive Director of State Public Policy, West Area, Verizon Wireless (EXHIBIT J)

 

087

Russell Sarazen, T-Mobile

 

120

Art Butler, Counsel, Oregon Telecommunications Ratepayers Association for Cost-based and Equitable Rates (TRACER) (EXHIBIT K)

 

165

David Valdez, Senior Vice President, Greater Northwest Region (EXHIBIT L)

 

200

Gene Eng, Vice President – Legislative and Regulatory Affairs in Oregon, Verizon (EXHIBIT M)

 

219

Mike Dewey, Oregon Cable Telecommunications Association

 

225

Amy Tykeson, President and CEO, BendBroadband (EXHIBIT N)

 

300

Dewey

 

310

Nancy Judy, Embarq Corporation (EXHIBIT O)

The following written testimony is submitted for the record without public testimony:

73B

 

Jeff Bissonnette, Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon (EXHIBIT P)

 

 

Paul Cosgrove, Oregon Financial Services Association (EXHIBIT Q)

 

344

Chair Holvey adjourns the meeting at 2:57 p.m.

 

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

  1. HB 2871, -8 amendments, staff, 5 pp
  2. HB 2871, -4 amendments, staff, 8 pp
  3. HB 3103, prepared testimony, Chair Holvey, 1 p
  4. HB 2002, prepared information, Joel Ario, 21 pp
  5. HB 2002, prepared information, Ed Nieubuurt, 13 pp
  6. HB 2002, prepared testimony, Sujata Sanghvi, 3 pp
  7. HB 2621, -1 amendments, staff, 13 pp
  8. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Gerard Keegan, 8 pp
  9. HB 2621, prepared information, Dan Youmans, 1 p
  10. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Michael Bagley, 3 pp
  11. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Art Butler, 5 pp
  12. HB 2621, prepared testimony, David Valdez, 2 pp
  13. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Gene Eng, 2 pp
  14. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Amy Tykeson, 3 pp
  15. HB 2621, prepared testimony, Nancy Judy, 1 p
  16. HB 2621, prepared testimony of Bob Jenks, Jeff Bissonnette, 2 pp
  17. HB 2621, prepared information, Paul Cosgrove, 19 pp