HOUSE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

 

 

April 18, 2007 Hearing Room 357

8:00 AM Tapes 137-138

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:            Rep. Greg Macpherson, Chair

Rep. Jeff Barker, Vice-Chair

Rep. Gene Whisnant, Vice-Chair

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

Rep. Kevin Cameron

Rep. Linda Flores

Rep. Betty Komp

Rep. Wayne Krieger

Rep. Tobias Read

 

MEMBER EXCUSED:            Rep. Wayne Krieger

 

STAFF PRESENT:                  Darian Stanford, Counsel

                                                Bill Taylor, Counsel

Sara Campbell, Committee Assistant

 

 

Measures or Issues Heard:            HB 3420 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2736 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2737 Public Hearing

                                                HB 2939 Public Hearing

                                                HB 3155 Public Hearing          

                                                HB 3155 Work Session

                                                HB 3420 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

137A

003

Chair Macpherson calls the meeting into order at 8:00 a.m.

 

 

 

HB 3420 PUBLIC HEARING

 

010

Bill Taylor, Counsel

 

017

Chair Macpherson

 

024

Steve Doell, Crime Victims United (EXHIBIT A)

 

079

Ken Chapman, Crime Victims United

 

110

Rep. Barker

 

115

Taylor

 

118

Doell

137A

130

Taylor

 

132

Doell

 

143

Chapman

 

146

Rep. Whisnant

 

160

Chuck Hibner, Director for the Secretary of State’s Audits Division (EXHIBIT B)

 

189

Chair Macpherson

 

193

Hibner

 

226

Rep. Barker

 

228

Rep. Bonamici

 

233

Hibner

 

240

Chair Macpherson

 

243

Hibner

 

247

Chair Macpherson

 

251

Rep. Flores

 

255

Taylor

 

260

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 2736- PUBLIC HEARING

 

278

Darian Stanford, Counsel

 

300

Rep. Barker

 

318

Nolan Mackrill, City of Portland, Office of Transportation (EXHIBIT C)

 

387

Mark Cline, City of Portland (EXHIBIT D)

138A

023

Brenda Briggs, City of Portland, Office of Transportation (EXHIBIT E & F)

 

060

Chair Macpherson

 

063

Rep. Cameron

 

067

Briggs

 

070

Rep. Cameron

 

071

Briggs

 

076

Rep. Cameron

 

082

Mackrill

 

096

Rep. Barker

 

105

Rep. Whisnant

 

108

Rep. Barker

 

112

Rep. Whisnant

 

114

Rep. Barker

 

115

Rep. Flores

138A

120

Mackrill

 

144

Chair Macpherson

 

148

Mackrill

 

164

Mary Botkin, AFSCME

 

172

Brian DeLashmutt, Oregon Council of Police Associations

 

195

Botkin

 

198

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 2737- PUBLIC HEARING

 

210

Darian Stanford, Counsel

 

230

Rep. Barker

 

240

Anne Pratt, Crime Victims United (EXHIBIT G, H, I, J)

 

317

Kiersten Schnoden, Multnomah County District Attorneys Office

137B

015

Chair Macpherson

 

018

Schnoden

 

029

Rep. Bonamici

 

031

Schnoden

 

042

Rep. Bonamici

 

048

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 2939- PUBLIC HEARING

 

054

Darian Stanford, Counsel

 

069

Rep. Barker

 

075

Mary Botkin, AFSCME

 

124

Robert Carillo, Oregon Department of Corrections, Coffee Creek

 

182

Chair Macpherson

 

184

Tim Wollery, AFSCME

 

202

Rep. Bonamici

 

208

Carillo

 

220

Rep. Cameron

 

225

Wollery

 

232

Rep. Cameron

 

240

Wollery

 

247

Chair Macpherson

 

251

Mitch Morrow, Deputy Director of Department of Corrections (EXHIBIT K )

 

285

Rep. Cameron

 

290

Morrow

 

306

Rep. Cameron

137B

310

Rep. Whisnant

 

315

Morrow

 

332

Rep. Whisnant

 

338

Rep. Bonamici

 

345

Morrow

 

354

Brian DeLashmutt, Oregon Council Police Association

 

378

Amy Elkanich, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

138B

028

Andrea Meyer, ACLU

 

034

Rep. Cameron

 

037

Elkanich

 

039

Meyer

 

050

Rep. Cameron

 

052

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 3155 PUBLIC HEARING

 

058

Bill Taylor, Counsel

 

070

Kevin Neely, Representative District Attorneys Association (EXHIBIT L)

 

123

Chair Macpherson

 

125

Rep. Bonamici

 

130

Neely

 

149

Rep. Whisnant

 

153

Neely

 

161

Rep. Whisnant

 

167

Chair Macpherson

 

169

Neely

 

170

Chair Macpherson

 

172

Neely

 

180

Rep. Whisnant

 

182

Neely

 

189

Chair Macpherson

 

191

Neely

 

211

Rep. Flores

 

218

Neely

 

220

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 3155- WORK SESSION

 

221

Chair Macpherson

 

248

Rep. Cameron

138B

256

Chair Macpherson

 

258

Rep. Barker

 

271

Chair Macpherson

 

 

MOTION:  Rep. Barker moves HB 3155 to the floor with a DO PASS recommendation and BE REFERRED to the committee on Ways and Means by prior reference.

 

 

VOTE:  8-0-1

AYE:               8 - Barker, Bonamici, Cameron, Flores, Komp, Read, Whisnant, Macpherson

EXCUSED:     1 - Krieger

 

 

Chair Macpherson

The motion CARRIES.

 

 

 

HB 3420- PUBLIC HEARING

 

280

Paul Snider, Association of Oregon Countries

 

293

Ken Armstrong, Oregon Juvenile Department Directors Association

 

304

Chair Macpherson

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

 

 

Michael Schrunk, Multnomah District Attorney  (EXHIBIT M)

138B

316

Chair Macpherson adjourns the meeting at 9:51 a.m.

 

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

  1. HB 3420, Written Testimony, Steve Doell, 5p
  2. HB 3420, Written Testimony, Chuck Hibner, 2pp
  3. HB 2736, Written Testimony, Nolan Mackrill, 2pp
  4. HB 2736, Written Testimony, Mark Cline, 1p
  5. HB 2736, Written Testimony, Brenda Briggs, 2pp
  6. HB 2736, Written Testimony of Rosanne Sizer, Brenda Briggs, 1p
  7. HB 2737, Written Testimony, Anne Pratt, 3pp
  8. HB 2737, Written Testimony of Sara Edwards, Anne Pratt, 1p
  9. HB 2737, Written Testimony of Bonnie Edwards, Anne Pratt, 3pp
  10. HB 2737, Written Testimony of Marie Armstrong, Anne Pratt, 1p
  11. HB 2939, Written Testimony, Mitch Morrow, 1p
  12. HB 3155, Written Testimony, Kevin Neely, 1p
  13. HB 2736, Written Testimony of Michael Schrunk, Staff, 1p