Joint Committee on Ways and Means – 2007 Session

Public Safety Subcommittee

 

Meeting Index

 

June 14, 2007

Hearing Room H-170

3:30 p.m.

Tapes: 110A, 111A

 

Members Present:

Rep. Shields, Chair

Rep. Barker

Rep. Cameron

Rep. Hanna

Rep. Nathanson

Sen. Westlund, Vice-Chair

Sen. Brown

Sen. Burdick

Sen. Nelson

Sen. Winters

 

Members Excused:

 

 

 

Staff Present:

Doug Wilson, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Tim Walker, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Sue Cook, Committee Assistant, Legislative Fiscal Office

 

Measures or Issues Heard:

HB 2143 Relating to Tobacco Settlement Funds – Public Hearing and             Work Session

HB 3329 Relating to Strangulation – Public Hearing

 

This meeting index is in compliance with Senate and House Rules.  For complete content, please refer to the CDs.

Tape #/Counter

Speaker

Issues, Votes, Exhibits

TAPE 110A

 

 

003

Chair Shields

Calls the hearing to order at 3:45 pm.

 

 

Opens a Public Hearing on HB 2143 Relating to Tobacco Settlement Funds.

010

Doug Wilson, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Introduces Memorandum HB 2143 Tobacco Settlement Funds (Exhibit 1); Proposed Amendment –A2 (Exhibit 2).

050

Chair Shields

Closes Public Hearing on HB 2143 on HB 2143 Relating to Tobacco Settlement Funds.

 

 

Opens Work Session on HB 2143 Relating to Tobacco Settlement Funds.

058

Rep. Nathanson

Move to adopt the -2 Amendments to HB 2143.

059

Rep. Cameron

 

062

Mr., Wilson

 

 

 

Vote:7-0-3

Exc.:    Representative Hanna

            Senators Brown and Westlund

068

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

070

Rep. Nathanson

Move HB 2143 with amendments to the Full Committee with a Do Pass recommendation.

 

 

Vote:7-0-3

Exc.:    Representative Hanna

            Senators Brown and Westlund

073

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

078

Chair Shields

Closes Work Session on HB 2143 relating to Tobacco Settlement.

 

 

Opens Public Hearing on HB 3329 relating to strangulation.

083

Tim Walker, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

 

099

Representative Patti Smith

Presents oral and written testimony (Exhibit 3).

112

Representative Sara Gelser

Discusses Proposed Amendment -2 (Exhibit 4) and –Proposed -1 Amendment (Exhibit 5) and written testimony (Exhibit 6).

165

Rep. Cameron

 

168

Chair Shields

 

170

Mr. Walker

 

181

Rep. Cameron

 

189

Mr. Walker

 

200

Chair Shields

 

202

Rep. Cameron

 

209

Mr. Walker

 

215

Rep. Smith

 

218

Ms. Gelser

 

228

Sen. Winters

 

245

Gina Skinner, District Attorney

Presents oral testimony.

392

Chair Shields

 

394

Ms. Skinner

 

401

Rep. Cameron

 

430

Ms. Skinner

 

Tape 111A

 

 

002

Ms. Skinner

Continues her testimony.

009

Rep. Cameron

 

011

Ms. Skinner

 

019

Rep. Barker

 

020

Ms. Skinner

 

027

Rep. Barker

 

034

Ms. Skinner

 

048

Chair Shields

 

049

Ms. Skinner

 

054

Chair Shields

 

056

Ms. Skinner

 

062

Chair Shields

 

070

Sen. Winters

 

071

Ms. Skinner

 

073

Sen. Winters

 

078

Ms. Skinner

 

083

Sen. Winters

 

086

Chair Shields

 

095

Tira Lerew, Sexual Assult Victims Services-Community Works

Presents oral and written testimony (Exhibit 7).

143

Chair Shields

 

149

Steve Belshaw, Deputy Chief of Police, City of Salem

Presents oral testimony.

212

Chair Shields

 

231

Nancy O’Meara

Presents oral and written testimony (Exhibit 8).

268

Chair Shields

 

273

Ms. O’Meara

 

288

Chair Shields

Adjourns the hearing at 4:36 pm.

 

 

 

 

Additional Exhibits:

 

HB 2143 A (Exhibit 9).

Staff Measure Summary (Exhibit 10).

Fiscal Analysis of Proposed Legislation (Exhibit 11).

Letter from Jackson County Council Against Domestic & Sexual Violence (Exhibit 12).

Letter from Rosemary Dunn Dalton dated March 28, 2007 (Exhibit 13).

SATF Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force testimony (Exhibit 14).

Witness Registration Sheet for HB 3329 (Exhibit 15).