HOUSE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES AND WOMEN'S WELLNESS

TAPE LOG

 

May 23, 2007          Hearing Room D

8:30a.m. Tapes 99 - 100

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:            Rep. Carolyn Tomei, Chair

Rep. Sara Gelser, Vice-Chair

Rep. Andy Olson Vice-Chair

Rep. Jean Cowan

Rep. Vic Gilliam

Rep. Tina Kotek

Rep. Ron Maurer

 

 

STAFF PRESENT:                 Andy Smith, Committee Administrator

Susan Wyant, Committee Assistant

 

 

MEASURES/ISSUES HEARD:

                                                SJM 8A – Public Hearing and Work Session

Continuing Care Retirement Community Advisory Council-Informational Meeting

 

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

99 A                                                Chair Tomei opened the HOUSE committee at 8:32a.m.

SJM 8A – PUBLIC HEARING

 

009

Senator Margaret Carter (EXHIBIT A)

 

042

Chair Tomei

 

045

Sen. Carter

 

068

Senator Laurie Monnes Anderson (EXHIBIT I)

 

098

Chair Tomei

 

101

Rep. Gilliam

 

103

Sen. Carter

 

111

Chair Tomei

 

113

Diane Lund-Muzikant, Chairman , Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition (EXHIBIT B)

99 A

162

Rep. Olson

 

165

Renee Hackenmiller-Paradis, Program Director, Environmental Health Program Director, Oregon Environmental Council (EXHIBIT C)

 

204

Rep. Olson

 

214

Hackenmiller-Paradis

 

222

Rep. Kotek

 

226

Lund-Muzikant

 

240

Rep. Kotek

 

243

Rep. Cowan

 

251

Hackenmiller-Paradis

 

262

Rep. Olson

 

265

Lund

 

269

Hackenmiller-Paradis

 

278

Rep. Olson

 

282

Rep. Kotek

 

290

Hackenmiller-Paradis

 

305

Lund

 

310

Rep. Olson

 

315

Hackenmiller-Paradis

 

320

Lund

 

336

Chair Tomei

 

347

Martin Donohoe MD (EXHIBIT D)

100 A

046

Chair Tomei

 

053

Rep. Gilliam

 

059

Donohoe

 

064

Rep. Gilliam

 

066

Donohoe

 

086

Chair Tomei

 

090

Cheyenne Chapman, Chemicals Policy Program Director, Oregon Center for Environmental Health (EXHIBIT E)

 

135

Chair Tomei

 

138

John Christensen, Legislative Assistant, Sen. Carter

 

152

Chair Tomei

SJM 8A – WORK SESSION

 

159

MOTION: Rep. Gelser moves SJM 8A be sent to the floor with a BE ADOPTED recommendation.

100 A

 

VOTE:  7-0-0

AYE:            In a roll call vote, all members present vote Aye.

 

 

Chair Tomei declares the motion CARRIES.

REP. MAURER will lead discussion on the floor.

 

170

Chair Tomei

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

                                                        Oregon Medical Association, submitted by Diane Lund-

                                                         Muzikant.

                                                        Gretchen Lee, Senior Policy Coordinator, The Breast Cancer

                                                         Fund

CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL- INFORMATIONAL MEETING

 

180

Rep. Gilliam

 

199

Elaine Young, Program Manager, Office of Licensing and Quality of Care, Oregon Department of Human Services (EXHIBIT H)

 

250

Chair Tomei recessed the meeting at 9:32 a.m.

Chair Tomei reconvened the meeting at 9:34 a.m.

 

255

Rep. Cowan

 

264

Rep. Gilliam

 

276

Chair Tomei

 

286

Rep. Gilliam

 

 

Chair Tomei adjourned the meeting at 9:41a.m.

 

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

  1. SJM 8A, written testimony, Sen. Margaret Carter, 3pp
  2. SJM 8A, written testimony, Diane Lund-Muzikant, 2pp
  3. SJM 8A, written testimony, Renee Hackenmiller-Paradis, 1p
  4. SJM 8A, written testimony, Martin Donohoe, 2pp
  5. SJM 8A, written testimony, Cheyenne Chapman, 9pp
  6. SJM 8A, written testimony of Oregon Medical Association,

      Diane Lund-Muzikant, 1p

  1. SJM 8A, written testimony of Gretchen Lee, Diane Lund-Muzikant, 4pp
  2. Continuing Care Retirement Community Advisory Council, Informational Meeting, written testimony, Elaine Young, 3pp
  3. SJM 8A, written testimony, Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson, 1p