Legislative Update: Week 18

Upcoming Hearings

The following are all Work Sessions.

Monday

8:15 am
In the Senate Committee on Judiciary, Hearing Room 343

HB 2308A Provides that in the calculation of the maximum period of commitment for a defendant lacking fitness to proceed, the defendant must receive credit for each day the defendant is held in jail unless the defendant is charged with certain offenses requiring mandatory minimum sentences.

9:00 am
In the House Human Services and Housing Committee, Hearing Room E

SB 101B Authorizes child abuse investigations on school premises if the investigation involves the interview of a suspected victim or a witnesses but not a person suspected of committing abuse.

1:00 pm
In the House Committee on Judiciary, Hearing Room 343

SB 95B Requires certain securities professionals to report suspected financial exploitation of vulnerable persons to Department of Consumer and Business Services.

1:00 pm
In the House Committee on Judiciary, Hearing Room 343
SB 64A Renames “mental disease or defect” to “qualifying psychiatric or developmental condition] “qualifying mental disorder” in criminal and certain juvenile statutes.

3:00 pm
In the Senate Committee on Education, Hearing Room C

HB 3318A Establishes procedures for conducting functional behavioral analysis and for developing, reviewing and revising behavior intervention plans for students with individualized education programs or 504 Plans.

Tuesday

1:00 pm
In the Senate Committee on Rules, Hearing Room B
SB 494A Establishes an Advance Directive Adoption Committee for the purpose of adopting a form of advance directive to be used in Oregon. Specifies that the form may not take effect unless form is submitted and presented to the Legislative Assembly. Specifies that first form may not take effect unless form is ratified according to constitutional requirements for passage of legislative measures.

1:00 pm
In the Senate Committee on Human Services, Hearing Room D
HB 3262A Requires DHS to adopt rules related to prescription of psychotropic medications to elderly persons and persons with disabilities.

3:00 pm
In the House Committee on Health Care, Hearing Room E
SB 275A Specifies when an SSI applicant can receive one free copy of medical records for an appeal of denial.

3:00 pm
In the House Committee on Health Care, Hearing Room E
SB 48A Directs  OHA  and  certain  professional  regulatory  boards  to  adopt  rules  requiring  professionals  to  complete  continuing  education  related  to  suicide  risk  assessment,  treatment and  management.

Wednesday

SB 129A Directs an Advisory Committee to review, consider and report to interim legislative committees relating to veterans regarding establishing task force on post-traumatic stress disorder.