HOUSE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

 

 

April 23, 2007 Hearing Room 357

8:00 AM Tapes 145-146

 

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

 

VISITING MEMBERS:            Rep. Sara Gelser

 

 

STAFF PRESENT:                  Darian Stanford, Counsel

                                                Bill Taylor, Counsel

Sara Campbell, Committee Assistant

 

 

Measures or Issues Heard:            HB 3329 Public Hearing

                                                HB 3329 Work Session

HB 3106 Public Hearing

HB 2765 Work Session

HB 3314 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

145A

003

Chair Macpherson calls the meeting into order at 8:04 a.m.

 

 

 

HB 3329- PUBLIC HEARING

 

010

Darian Stanford, Counsel

 

023

Rep. Sara Gelser, House District 16 (EXHIBIT A)

 

076

Gina Skinner, Washington District Attorney’s Office

 

140

Jennifer Schindell, Linn County

 

196

Rep. Cameron

 

198

Schindell

 

209

Nancy O’Mara, Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (EXHIBIT B)

146A

256

Tara Lerew, Sexual Assault Victim Services (EXHIBIT C)

 

280

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 3329- WORK SESSION

 

281

Chair Macpherson

 

 

Chair Macpherson 

MOTION:  Moves HB 3329 to the floor with a DO PASS recommendation and BE REFERRED to the committee on Ways and Means by prior reference.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0-0

 

 

Chair Macpherson

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

 

 

 

HB 3106- PUBLIC HEARING

 

344

Bill Taylor, Counsel

 

360

Michael Morris, Department of Human Services (EXHIBIT D)

 

378

Chair Macpherson

 

390

Morris

146A

012

Rep. Whisnant

 

016

Cameron Campbell, Department of Public Safety Standards and Training

 

045

Rep. Bonamici

 

051

Campbell

 

070

Rep. Bonamici

 

076

Campbell

 

084

Rep. Flores

 

087

Campbell

 

105

Rep. Barker

 

113

Campbell

 

122

Mary Botkin, AFSCME

 

178

Rep. Bonamici

 

187

Botkin

 

198

Megan Caughey, Mental Health Consumer Advocate

 

256

Chair Macpherson

 

 

 

HB 2765- WORK SESSION 

 

268

Bill Taylor, Counsel (EXHIBIT E)

 

273

Chair Macpherson

 

287

Cameron Campbell, Department of Public Safety Standards and Training

146A

293

Rep. Barker

 

297

Campbell

 

328

Rep. Barker

 

334

Campbell

 

349

Rep. Komp

 

364

Rep. Cameron

 

372

Campbell

 

415

Chair Macpherson

145B

010

Rep. Flores

 

022

Chair Macpherson

 

024

Rep. Bonamici

 

028

Campbell

 

030

Chair Macpherson

 

032

Campbell

 

038

Chair Macpherson

 

039

Rep. Barker

 

040

Chair Macpherson

 

041

Rep. Barker

 

042

Chair Macpherson

 

045

Rep. Cameron

 

051

Chair Macpherson

 

 

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves to adopt HB 2765 -1 amendments dated 4/9/07.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0-0

 

 

Chair Macpherson

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

 

 

Rep. Barker

MOTION:  Moves HB  2765 to the floor with a DO PASS AS AMENDED recommendation.

 

 

VOTE:  9-0-0

 

 

Chair Macpherson

Hearing no objection, declares the motion CARRIED.

REP. LIM will lead discussion on the floor.

 

 

 

HB 3314- PUBLIC HEARING

 

066

Bill Taylor, Counsel (EXHIBIT F & G)

 

086

Scott Bricker, Bicycle Transportation Alliance

 

134

Doug Parrow, Bicycle Transportation Alliance (EXHIBIT H)

 

199

Rep. Krieger

 

212

Bricker

145B

240

Rep. Krieger

 

243

Bricker

 

259

Rep. Krieger

 

264

Bricker

 

279

Rep. Krieger

 

281

Chair Macpherson

 

284

Rep. Krieger

 

290

Bricker

 

296

Rep. Krieger

 

303

Taylor

 

318

Rep. Bonamici

 

327

Rep. Krieger

 

350

Rep. Flores

 

356

Taylor

 

361

Ray Thomas, Private Attorney

146B

033

Gary Jensen, Citizen (EXHIBIT I)

 

054

Chair Macpherson

 

058

Jensen

 

060

Margaret Rawlings, Citizen (EXHIBIT J)

 

088

Dean Sigler, Citizen (EXHIBIT K)

 

124

Chair Macpherson

 

130

Mark Kruger, Portland Police Bureau

 

183

Jack Evans, Oregon Department of Transportation

 

193

Chair Macpherson

 

203

Evans

 

212

Chair Macpherson

236

Chair Macpherson

Recesses  meeting at 9:44 a.m.

237

Chair Macpherson

Reconvenes meeting at 12:04 p.m.

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

 

 

Heather Huhtanen, Sexual Assault Task Force (EXHIBIT L)

146B

249

Chair Macpherson adjourns the meeting at 12:05 p.m.

 

 

EXHIBIT SUMMARY

 

  1. HB 3329, Written Testimony of Rep. Patti Smith, Rep. Sara Gelser, 1p  
  2. HB 3329, Written Testimony, Nancy O’Mara, 1p
  3. HB 3329, Written Testimony, Tara Lerew, 1p
  4. HB 3106, Written Testimony, Michael Morris, 2pp
  5. HB 2765, -1 amendments, Staff, 1p
  6. HB 3314, -1 amendments, Staff, 3pp
  7. HB 3314, -2 amendments, Staff, 4pp
  8. HB 3314, Written Testimony, Doug Parrow, 2pp
  9. HB 3314, Written Testimony, Gary Jensen, 1p
  10. HB 3314, Written Testimony, Margaret Rawlings, 1p
  11. HB 3314, Written Testimony, Dean Sigler, 1p
  12. HB 3329, Written Testimony, Heather Huhtanen, 2pp