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Oregon Anti-Father Legislation - 1997

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Anti-Father Bills Introduced
Senate Bills
244 258 273
301 553 971
972 1089
House Bills
2056 2058 2169 2324
2404 2993 3002 3112
3514 3574

Anti-Father Bills Passed Into Law
Senate Bills
244 258 273
301 553
House Bills
2058 2169 2324 2404
2993 3002 3112
Governor Veto
HB 3002

SUMMARY

The following summary is not prepared by the sponsors of the measure and is not a part of the body thereof subject to consideration by the Legislative Assembly. It is an editor's brief statement of the essential features of the measure as introduced.


Senate Bill 244 (Enrolled)
Requires each judicial district, by January 1, 1999, to provide mediation services, including mediation orientation sessions, in certain domestic relations cases and develop plan that addresses domestic violence and other power imbalance issues in context of mediation.

Status
1-20(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
1-22 Referred to Business, Law, and Government.
4-25 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments. (Printed A-Eng.)
5-1 Third reading. Carried by Bryant. Passed. Ayes, 25 --Nays, 5, George, Miller, Qutub, Shannon, Stull.
5-2(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
5-5 Referred to Judiciary.
6-9 Recommendation: Do pass.
6-16 Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Uherbelau. Passed. Ayes, 53 --Excused, 2--Brian, Milne, Excused for business of the House, 5----Devlin, Jenson, Repine, Watt, Speaker Lundquist.
6-23(S) President signed.
6-27(H) Speaker signed.
7-3(S) Governor signed.


Senate Bill 258 (Enrolled)
Authorizes court to order law enforcement agency to assist person in obtaining custody of child.

Status
1-16(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk. Referred to Crime and Corrections.
5-2 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments. (Printed A-Eng.)
5-5 Second reading.
5-6 Third reading. Carried by Tarno. Passed. Ayes, 29 --Excused, 1--Leonard.
5-7(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
5-9 Referred to Judiciary
6-17 Recommendation: Do pass.
6-20 Third reading. Carried by Eighmey. Passed. Ayes, 47 --Excused, 3--Courtney, Milne, Oakley, Excused for business of the House, 10----Beyer, L., Brian, Carter, Deckert, Lehman, Markham, Messerle, Snodgrass, Welsh, Whelan.
6-30(S) President signed.
7-2(H) Speaker signed.


Senate Bill 273 (Enrolled)

Modifies various provisions relating to administration of justice by courts. Imposes $4 fee for issuance of order requiring certain judgment debtor examinations.
Revises provisions relating to destruction of recordings of intercepted wire, electronic or oral communication.
Requires judgment creditor, not clerk of court, to mail notice of filing of foreign judgment to judgment debtor.
Allows judge to substitute office address for home address in driver and vehicle records.
Allows destruction of court records after retention period established by State Court Administrator.
Provides for recovery of interpreter expenses as costs and disbursements.
Eliminates court-issued certificate of name change.
Modifies provisions relating to child abuse programs and unitary assessment. Eliminates references to Children's Services Division.
Declares emergency, effective on passage.

Status
1-16(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk. Referred to Business, Law, and Government.
2-24 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments. (Printed A-Eng.)
2-26 Third reading. Carried by Brown. Passed. Ayes, 28 --Excused, 2--Burdick, Dwyer.
2-27(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-4 Referred to Judiciary.
3-6 Assigned to Subcommittee on Criminal Law.
6-2 Returned to Full Committee.
6-12 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed B-Engrossed.
6-18 Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Bowman. Passed. Ayes, 43 --Nays, 9, Beyer, R., Harper, Lewis, Milne, Oakley, Repine, Schrader, Simmons, Sowa, Excused, 1--Courtney, Excused for business of the House, 7----Brian, Carter, Corcoran, Messerle, Piercy, Thompson, Speaker Lundquist.
7-3(S) Senate concurred in House amendments and repassed bill. Ayes, 22 --Excused, 2--Dwyer, Yih, Attending Legislative Business, 6----Hamby, Hannon, Lim, Miller, Qutub, Timms.


Senate Bill 301 (Enrolled)

Provides that security amount for release after violation of foreign restraining order is $5,000 unless order provides otherwise.
Allows arrest without warrant of persons violating certain restraining orders issued in juvenile proceedings. Provides procedures for enforcement of those orders.
Expands relief available under Family and Elder Abuse Prevention Act restraining orders to include restraining respondent from attempting certain acts. Modifies standard for renewal of restraining order to person in petitioner's situation would reasonably fear further acts of abuse. Revises definition of interfere, intimidate, menace and molest.
Declares emergency, effective on passage.

Status
1-24(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
1-27 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
2-20 Recommendation: Do pass. Second reading.
2-21 Third reading. Carried by Stull. Passed. Ayes, 26 --Excused, 3--Fisher, Miller, Shannon, Attending Legislative Business, 1----President Adams.
2-24(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
2-27 Referred to Judiciary.
3-4 Assigned to Subcommittee on Criminal Law.
6-6 Work Session held. Returned to Full Committee.
6-13 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
6-18 Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Prozanski. Passed. Ayes, 46 --Excused, 1--Courtney, Excused for business of the House, 13----Bowman, Brian, Carpenter, Deckert, Markham, Messerle, Milne, Piercy, Repine, Shields, Strobeck, Thompson, Watt.
6-27(S) Senate concurred in House amendments and repassed bill. Ayes, 27 --Attending Legislative Business, 3----Baker, Hartung, President Adams.
7-2 President signed.
7-3(H) Speaker signed.


Senate Bill 553 (Enrolled) - Sponsored by Senator BROWN, Representatives LOKAN, MILNE; Senators BURDICK, CASTILLO, DUKES, DWYER, GORDLY, HAMBY, HANNON, TARNO, TROW, WILDE, Representatives CARTER, CORCORAN, EDWARDS, EIGHMEY, MINNIS, MONTGOMERY, PIERCY, PROZANSKI, RASMUSSEN, REPINE, ROSS, SHIELDS, SNODGRASS, STARR, SUNSERI, TAYLOR
Enhances punishment when person has been previously convicted of assaulting same victim or when assault is witnessed by minor child. Enhances punishment for subsequent conviction of offenses constituting domestic violence. Prescribes effective date.

Status
2-27(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
2-28 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
4-15(S) Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be referred to Ways and Means. (Printed A-Eng.)

Referred to Ways and Means by order of the President.
6-10 Assigned to Subcommittee on Public Safety/Regulation.
7-2 Work Session held. Recommendation: Do pass with amendments to the A-Eng. bill. (Printed B-Eng.)
7-3 Rules suspended. Made a Special Order of Business by unanimous consent. Second reading. Third Reading. Carried by Brown. Passed. Ayes, 24 --Excused, 2--Dwyer, Yih, Attending Legislative Business, 4----Ferrioli, Lim, Qutub, Timms.
7-3(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk. Referred to Ways and Means. Recommendation: Do pass. Rules suspended. Second reading. Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Prozanski. Passed. Ayes, 44 --Nays, 1, Bowman, Excused, 1--Courtney, Excused for business of the House, 14----Brian, Carpenter, Carter, Hill, Johnston, Jones, Oakley, Repine, Ross, Snodgrass, Sowa, Sunseri, Watt, Westlund.


SB 971 (full text) - Sponsored by Senator STULL, Representative ROBERTS; Representative MILNE
Provides that court stalking protective order may restrain respondent from contacting petitioner if objectively reasonable that contact would cause alarm.

Status
3-19(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
3-20 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
4-9(S) Public Hearing held.


SB 972 (full text) - Sponsored by Senator STULL, Representative ROBERTS; Representative MILNE
Amends definition of contact for purposes of provisions relating to stalking.

Status
3-18(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
3-19 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
4-9(S) Public Hearing held.


SB 1089 (full text) - By Senator BROWN (at the request of Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence)
Modifies provisions of Family Abuse Prevention Act restraining order.

Status
3-26(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
3-27 Referred to Business, Law, and Government.
7-5 In committee upon adjournment.


HB 2056 (full text) - at the request of Representative George Eighmey
Allows person owed support obligation to obtain from Employment Department name and address of employer of person who owes support.

Status
1-13(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-15 Referred to Children and Families.
3-11 Public Hearing and Work Session held.
3-17 Without recommendation as to passage and be referred to Judiciary.

Referred to Judiciary by order of Speaker.
7-5 In committee upon adjournment.


HB 2058 (Enrolled)
Allows court to order assignment of proceeds of life insurance policy on life of child as security for payment of back child support payments if person owing child support is beneficiary and owner of insurance. Requires that policy allow assignment.

Status
1-13(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-15 Referred to Judiciary.
1-20 Assigned to Subcommittee on Family Law.
1-29 Returned to Full Committee.
2-6 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
2-11 Third reading. Carried by Eighmey. Passed. Ayes, 58 --Nays, 1, Johnston, Excused, 1--Schrader.
2-12(S) Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
2-13 Referred to Business, Law, and Government.
3-17 Recommendation: Do pass the A-Eng. bill. Second reading.
3-18 Third reading. Carried by Brown. Passed. Ayes, 18 --Nays, 8, Burdick, George, Gordly, Hannon, Kintigh, Nelson, Qutub, Tarno, Excused, 1--Derfler, Attending Legislative Business, 3----Dukes, Shannon, President Adams.
4-11(H) Speaker signed.
4-14(S) President signed.
4-17(H) Governor signed.
(Chapter 54, 1997 Session Laws) Effective date: 90 days after Regular Session.


House Bill 2058 (Enrolled)
Prohibits State Office for Services to Children and Families from disclosing records for purposes not related to administration of child welfare laws. Establishes exceptions and procedures for disclosure of records.

Status
1-13(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-15 Referred to Children and Families.
5-12 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
5-15 Third reading. Carried by Piercy. Passed. Ayes, 43 --Excused, 2--Fahey, Lewis, Excused for business of the House, 15----Adams, Beyer, L., Brian, Carter, Corcoran, Courtney, Edwards, Hill, Oakley, Rasmussen, Shetterly, Simmons, Snodgrass, Strobeck, Speaker Lundquist.
5-16(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
5-21 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
6-3 Recommendation: Do pass the A-Eng. bill. Second reading.
6-4 Carried over to 06-05 by unanimous consent.
6-5 Third Reading. Carried by Tarno. Passed. Ayes, 23 --Attending Legislative Business, 7----Bryant, Derfler, Leonard, Miller, Nelson, Timms, Trow.
6-20(H) Speaker signed.
6-23(S) President signed.
6-25(H) Governor signed. (Chapter 415, 1997 Session Laws) Effective date: October 4, 1997.


House Bill 2324 (Enrolled)
Changes child support programs to bring them into compliance with federal welfare reform requirements. Declares emergency, effective on passage.

Status
1-20(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-22 Referred to Judiciary.
5-14 Returned to Full Committee.
5-29 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
6-3 Third reading. Carried by Sunseri. Passed. Ayes, 55 --Nays, 3, Corcoran, Shields, Sowa, Excused for business of the House, 2----Repine, Watt.
6-4(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
6-5 Referred to Rules and Elections.
6-18 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments to the A-Eng. bill. (Printed B-Eng.) Referred to Ways and Means by order of the President.
6-19 Assigned to Subcommittee on Public Safety/Regulation.
6-25 Returned to Full Committee. Work Session held.
7-1 Work Session scheduled. Recommendation: Do pass with amendments to the B-Eng. bill. (Printed C-Eng.)
7-2 Second reading. Rules Suspended. Third Reading. Carried by Hamby. Passed. Ayes, 16 --Nays, 11, Brown, Burdick, Castillo, Fisher, Gordly, Leonard, Miller, Qutub, Shannon, Stull, Wilde, Excused, 3--Dukes, Dwyer, Yih.
7-3(H) House concurred in Senate amendments and repassed measure. Ayes, 34 --Nays, 23, Beck, Beyer, L., Bowman, Deckert, Edwards, Eighmey, Fahey, Gardner, Jenson, Lehman, Milne, Piercy, Prozanski, Rasmussen, Roberts, Ross, Schrader, Shields, Sowa, Thompson, Uherbelau, Whelan, Wooten, Excused for business of the House, 3----Carter, Courtney, Taylor.
7-10 Speaker signed.


House Bill 2404 (Enrolled) - By Representative SUNSERI; Representatives R. BEYER, BOWMAN, COURTNEY, EIGHMEY, MINNIS, PROZANSKI, STARR, UHERBELAU, WELLS
Allows evidence establishing pattern, practice or history of abuse of a person to be introduced if the evidence is relevant and not otherwise inadmissible.

Status
1-30(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
2-4 Referred to Judiciary.
2-7 Assigned to Subcommittee on Family Law.
4-10 Returned to Full Committee.
4-23 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
4-28 Third reading. Carried by Sunseri, Courtney. Passed. Ayes, 57 --Excused, 2--Corcoran, Messerle, Excused for business of the House, 1----Hill.
4-29(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
4-30 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
6-3 Recommendation: Do pass the A-Eng. bill. Second reading.
6-5 Third Reading. Carried by Gordly. Passed. Ayes, 24 --Attending Legislative Business, 6----Bryant, Leonard, Miller, Nelson, Timms, Trow.
6-20(H) Speaker signed.
6-23(S) President signed.
6-25(H) Governor signed. (Chapter 397, 1997 Session Laws) Effective date: 90 days after Regular Session.


House Bill 2993 (Enrolled) - Sponsored by Representative PROZANSKI; Representatives MINNIS, PIERCY, SHETTERLY, SUNSERI, Senator BROWN (at the request of Lane County Domestic Violence Council)
Requires court to provide Family Abuse Prevention Act petitioner one free copy of petition and order.

Status
2-27(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-4 Referred to Children and Families.
3-6 Assigned to Subcommittee on Family Law.
4-4 Returned to Full Committee.
4-15 Recommendation: Do pass.
4-17 Third reading. Carried by Prozanski. Passed. Ayes, 55 --Excused, 1--Markham, Excused for business of the House, 4----Beyer, L., Brian, Carter, Lokan.
4-18(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
4-21 Referred to Business, Law, and Government.
6-4 Recommendation: Do pass. Second reading.
6-5 Third Reading. Carried by Brown. Passed. Ayes, 26 --Excused, 1--Leonard, Attending Legislative Business, 3----Lim, Qutub, Yih.
6-27(H) Speaker signed.
6-30(S) President signed.


House Bill 3002 (Enrolled) - Sponsored by Representative PROZANSKI; Representatives PIERCY, SHETTERLY, SUNSERI, Senator BROWN (at the request of Lane County Domestic Violence Council and Lane County District Attorney's Crime Victims Office)
Allows court to include prohibition against attempting to contact person protected by order in certain protective and restraining orders. Modifies definition of interfere, intimidate, menace and molest to include reasonable person standard for purposes of Family Abuse Prevention Act. Modifies standard for and specifies procedure for renewing restraining order. Declares emergency, effective on passage.

Status
2-28(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-5 Referred to Judiciary.
3-6 Assigned to Subcommittee on Civil Law.
4-3 Returned to Full Committee.
4-11 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
4-16 Third reading. Carried by Prozanski. Passed. Ayes, 56 --Excused, 1--Markham, Excused for business of the House, 3----Lewis, Repine, Speaker Lundquist.
4-17(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
4-18 Referred to Crime and Corrections.
6-4 Recommendation: Without recommendation as to passage and be referred to Rules and Elections. Referred to Rules and Elections by order of the President.
6-17 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments to the A-Eng. bill. (Printed B-Eng.)
6-19 Third Reading. Carried by Brown. Passed. Ayes, 28 --Excused, 2--Leonard, Shannon.
6-24(H) House concurred in Senate amendments and repassed measure. Ayes, 47 --Excused, 1--Courtney, Excused for business of the House, 12----Bowman, Brian, Carter, Johnston, Lewis, Markham, Repine, Ross, Snodgrass, Sowa, Westlund, Speaker Lundquist.
7-2 Speaker signed.
7-3(S) President signed.
8-15 Governor Veto


House Bill 3112 (Enrolled) - Sponsored by Representative MILNE; Representatives L. BEYER, CARTER, EIGHMEY, MINNIS, ROSS, SHIELDS, STARR, WOOTEN, Senators BURDICK, CASTILLO, GORDLY, LEONARD
Requires Adult and Family Services Division to identify applicants who are victims of or are at risk of victimization by domestic violence. Directs division to waive specified temporary assistance to needy families requirements for those persons.

Status
3-12(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-17 Referred to Human Resources.
4-24 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
4-30 Third reading. Carried by Milne. Passed. Ayes, 60.
5-1(S) First reading. Referred to President's desk.
5-2 Referred to Health and Human Services.
5-16 Recommendation: Do pass the A-Eng. bill. Second reading.
5-21 Third Reading. Carried by Hamby. Passed. Ayes, 23 --Nays, 4, Bryant, Hannon, Kintigh, Yih, Excused, 3--Burdick, Lim, Stull.
6-11(H) Speaker signed.
6-12(S) President signed.
6-17(H) Governor signed. (Chapter 330, 1997 Session Laws) Effective date: 90 days after Regular Session.


HB 3514 (full text) - By Representative SNODGRASS -- Relating to taxation; providing for revenue raising that requires approval by a three-fifths majority.
Changes temporary cigarette tax to tax continuing indefinitely. Credits tax proceeds to Domestic Violence Fund.

Status
3-21(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-25(H) Referred to Revenue with subsequent referral to Ways and Means.
7-5 In committee upon adjournment.


HB 3574 (full text)

Status
3-25(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
3-27 Referred to Judiciary.
4-17 Assigned to Subcommittee on Criminal Law.
4-22 Public Hearing held.
7-5 In committee upon adjournment.

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