The War Room will be every Thursday
at the IKE BOX café in the BAY ROOM!
299 Cottage St, NE, Salem
one block from the Capital
Join us March 2nd for training on lobbying, testifying and analyzing.
Legislative Speaker this week will be Kim Thatcher
BILLS WITH PUBLIC HEARING ON March 2:
SENATE EDUCATION, 3PM, HR B
SB 518 – Specifies contract price at which apprentice utilization requirements apply to qualified contracts with institutions of higher education and school districts
SB 523 – Requires Higher Education Coordinating Commission plan regarding applied baccalaureate degrees to include name and type of applied baccalaureate degrees to be conferred
SB 458 – Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Higher Education Coordinating Commission for allocation to Oregon State University to fund agricultural experiment station and branch stations, Oregon State University Extension Service and Forest Research Laboratory
SENATE JUDICIARY, 1PM, HR D
SB 422 – Allows motorcycle operator to travel between lanes of traffic under certain conditions.
SB 519 – Modifies procedure for expunction of certain juvenile records.
SB 697 – Modifies process for setting aside convictions and guilty except for insanity judgments.
SB 698 – Directs Judicial Department to develop and implement automated system that identifies convictions, arrests, citations, charges and judgments of guilty except for insanity that are eligible to be automatically sealed.
SENATE LABOR & BUSINESS, 8AM, HR B
SB 442 – Permits contracting agency to grant preference to procuring for public use goods that are fabricated or processed, or services that are performed, entirely within this state if goods or services cost not more than five percent more than goods not processed or fabricated, or services not performed, entirely within this state if contracting agency can reasonably and credibly determine that procuring at higher price offsets environmental costs of transporting goods or service providers from outside this state.
HB 2110 A – Removes requirement for certain state agencies to withhold moneys from municipal corporations that fail to file audit reports with Secretary of State
SENATE VETERANS, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, FEDERAL & WORLD AFFAIRS, 8:30AM, HR C
SB 776 – Establishes Task Force on Reparations and directs task force to study and develop proposals for financial and nonfinancial reparations for Oregonians of African-American descent, develop appropriate methods for educating public about task force findings and recommend appropriate remedies based on task force findings.
HOUSE AGRICULTURE, LAND USE, NATURAL RESOURCES & WATER, 3PM, HR D
HB 3164 – Makes permanent provisions conditionally allowing water right lease to split use of water between existing water right and in-stream water right within same year.
HB 3222 – Appropriates moneys from General Fund to Oregon Department of Administrative Services for distribution to High Desert Partnership for specified purposes.
HB 2238 – Authorizes Director of Department of State Lands to adopt rules establishing fees related to removal or fill permit applications, wetland delineation reports and general authorizations.
HB 3163 – Establishes Place-Based Water Planning Fund
HOUSE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SMALL BUSINESS, 1PM, HR F
HB 2976 – (1:20 – 1:40 pm) Establishes Oregon Spirits Board as semi-independent state agency to develop and promote Oregon’s distilled spirits industry.
HB 2013 – (1:40 – 2:00 pm) Requires Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission to study alcohol.
HB 2502 – (2:00 – 2:20 pm) Specifies type of change in system for selling containers of distilled liquor that qualifies person appointed to operate liquor store for business loss compensation
HOUSE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, GENERAL GOVERNMENT & VETERANS, 1PM, HR A
HB 2650 – Establishes requirements for informal workgroups and task forces.
HB 2601 – Requires State Treasurer to exit from certain carbon-intensive investments, subject to fiduciary duties
HOUSE HIGHER EDUCATION, 3PM, HR F
HB 2204 – Creates income or corporate excise tax credit for taxpayer that employs youth through Oregon Youth Employment Program
HOUSE HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS, 8AM, HR F
HB 3151 – Limits improvements that landlord of manufactured dwelling park may require of tenant.
HB 2754 – Limits terminations and rent increases for senior tenants of publicly supported housing following termination of affordability restrictions
HOUSING JUDICIARY, 8AM, HR D
HB 2327 – Permits county juvenile department to provide preventive services to certain persons under 12 years of age.
HB 3036 – Permits education provider to operate video recording device for purpose of recording persons who fail to stop for bus safety lights.
SB 309 – Modifies number of weeks notice to interested persons in decedent’s estate must be published.
WAYS & MEANS – BUDGETS
HB 5013 – Department of Early Learning and Care (8AM, HR E)
SB 5502 – Department of Administrative Services (3PM, HR E)
HB 5026 – Relating to the Department of Human Services (8AM, H-170)
HB 5020 – Department of Forestry (1PM, HR E)
HB 5016 – Department of Energy (1PM, HR E)
SB 5514 – Department of Justice (3PM, H-170)
SB 5511 – Housing and Community Services Department (1PM, H-170)
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