Joint Committee on Ways and Means 2007 Session

Public Safety Subcommittee

 

Meeting Index

 

June 20, 2007

Hearing Room H-170

3:00 p.m.

Tapes: 116A, 117A

 

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

 

Co-Chair Shrader

 

Members Excused:

 

 

 

Staff Present:

Doug Wilson, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Sue Cook, Committee Assistant, Legislative Fiscal Office

 

Measures or Issues Heard:

HB 2843 Creates crime of furnishing sexually explicit materials to a child Work Session

HB 2153 Extends statue of limitations for specified sex crimes under certain circumstances Work Session

HB 2740 Create crime of aggravated vehicular homicide - Work Session

HB 3233 Creates Sex Offender Treatment Board with Oregon Health Licensing Agency Work Session

HB 3083 Allows person having legal custody of minor to settle claim on behalf of minor without court approval under specified conditions Work Session

 

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 116A

 

 

003

Chair Shields

Calls the hearing to order at 4:26 pm.

Opens Work Session on HB 2740 Create crime of aggravated vehicular homicide.

017

Jayne Ferlitsch

Presents oral and written testimony (Exhibit 1).

054

Heidi Moawad, Multnomah District Attorney

Presents oral testimony.

096

Chair Shields

 

104

Arwen Bird

Presents oral and written testimony (Exhibit 2).

153

Chair Shields

Closes Work Session and carries over bill.

 

 

Opens Work Session on HB 2153 Extends statue of limitations for specified sex crimes under certain circumstances.

168

Doug Wilson, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

 

172

Tim Walker, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Introduces Staff Measure Summary for HB 2153 (Exhibit 3) and the -2 Amendment (Exhibit 4).

196

Sen. Westlund

Move -2 Amendment to HB 2153 be adopted.

204

Rep. Cameron

 

206

Mr. Walker

 

217

Sen. Burdick

 

 

 

Vote: 7-0-3

Exc.: Senators Brown and Winters

Representative Nathanson

227

Sen. Westlund

Move HB 2153 as amended to the Full Committee with a Do Pass recommendation.

229

Chair Shields

 

233

Rep. Barker

 

237

Sen. Burdick

 

242

Chair Shields

 

 

 

Vote:

Ayes: Senators Schrader, Nelson, Westlund

Representatives Cameron, Hanna, Barker, Nathanson, Shields

Nays: Senator Burdick

Exc.: Senators Brown and Winters

248

Chair Shields

Declares the motion CARRIED.

253

Chair Shields

Close Work Session on HB 2153 Extends statue of limitations for specified sex crimes under certain circumstances.

260

Chair Shields

Open Work Session on HB 3233 Creates Sex Offender Treatment Board with Oregon Health Licensing Agency.

262

Deborah Manthe, Budget Analyst, Legislative Fiscal Office

Introduces Memorandum dates June 20, 2007 regarding HB 3233A (Exhibit 5); HB 3233 A-Engrossed (Exhibit 6); -5 Amendments (Exhibit 7).

297

Chair Shields

 

300

Ms. Manthe

 

303

Chair Shields

 

305

Ms. Manthe

 

306

Chair Shields

 

307

Ms. Manthe

 

309

Chair Shields

 

315

Ms. Manthe

 

319

Chair Shields

Closes Work Session on HB 3233 Creates Sex Offender Treatment Board with Oregon Health Licensing Agency.

 

 

Opens Work Session on HB 3083 Allows person having legal custody of minor to settle claims on behalf of minor without court approval under specified conditions.

338

Dawn Farr, Budget Analyst, legislative Fiscal Office

Introduces Staff Measure Summary for HB 3083 (Exhibit 8); Fiscal Analysis for HB 3083 (Exhibit 9); Public Testimony from Neil Jackson, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association (Exhibit 10).

340

Chair Shields

 

344

Sen. Westlund

Move HB 3083 A to the Full Committee with a Do Pass recommendation.

354

Sen. Brown

 

 

 

Vote: 9-0-1

Exc.: Representative Nathanson

362

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

366

Chair Shields

Close Work Session on HB 3083 Allows person having legal custody of minor to settle claims on behalf of minor without court approval under specified conditions.

370

Sen. Westlund

 

378

Chair Shields

Reopens a Work Session HB 3233 to carry bill over.

400

Chair Shields

Closes Work Session on HB 3233.

401

Chair Shields

Opens Work Session HB 2843 Creates crime of furnishing sexually explicit materials to a child.

410

Mr. Walker

Introduces Staff measure summary for HB 3843 (Exhibit 11); -A11 Amendment (Exhibit 12).

Tape 117A

 

 

002

Mr. Walker

Continues.

012

Sen. Brown

 

025

Sen. Brown

Move -19 amendments to HB 2843.

 

 

Vote: 9-0-1

Exc.: Representative Nathanson

028

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

029

Sen. Westlund

Move HB 3843 as amended to the Full Committee with a Do Pass recommendation,

032

Sen. Burdick

 

 

 

Vote:8-1-1

Ayes: Senators Brown, Nelson, Winters, Westlund

Representatives Cameron, Barker, Hanna, Shields

Nays: Senator Burdick

Exc.: Representative Nathanson

041

Chair Shields

Declares the motion CARRIED.

 

 

Close Work Session on HB 2843 Creates crime of furnishing sexually explicit materials to a child.

059

Sen. Westlund

 

068

Chair Shields

Reopens Work Session on HB 3083.

069

Ms. Manthe

Introduces -6 Amendments (Exhibit 13).

 

Chair Shields

 

 

Ms. Manthe

 

085

Rep. Hanna

 

096

Chair Shields

 

104

Sen. Westlund

 

106

Sen. Westlund

Move -6 Amendment to HB 3233 be adopted.

 

 

Vote: 9-0-1

Exc.: Representative Nathanson

108

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

110

Sen. Westlund

Move HB 3083 as amended to the Full Committee with a Do Pass recommendation.

 

 

Vote: 9-0-1

Exc.: Representative Nathanson

114

Chair Shields

Hearing no objections, declares the motion CARRIED.

119

Chair Shields

Adjourns the hearing at 5:10 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Exhibits:

 

HB 2740 (Exhibit 14).

Written testimony from Connie Buchanan, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (Exhibit 15).

Written testimony from Anne Pratt, Crime Victims United (Exhibit 16).

Written testimony from MADD (Exhibit 17).

Witness Registration Sheet (Exhibit 18).

HB 2843 (Exhibit 19).