(1) ORS 192.610 to 192.690 do not apply to the deliberations of the Oregon Health Authority conducted under
ORS 161.315 to 161.351, the Psychiatric Security Review Board, the State Board of Parole and Post-Prison
Supervision, state agencies conducting hearings on contested cases in accordance with
the provisions of ORS chapter 183, the review by the Workers' Compensation Board or
the Employment Appeals Board of similar hearings on contested cases, meetings of the
state lawyers assistance committee operating under the provisions of ORS 9.568, meetings of the personal and practice management assistance committees operating
under the provisions of ORS 9.568, the county multidisciplinary child abuse teams required to review child abuse cases
in accordance with the provisions of ORS 418.747, the child fatality review teams required to review child fatalities in accordance
with the provisions of ORS 418.785, the peer review committees in accordance with the provisions of ORS 441.055, mediation conducted under ORS 36.252 to 36.268, any judicial proceeding, meetings of the Oregon Health and Science University Board
of Directors or its designated committee regarding candidates for the position of
president of the university or regarding sensitive business, financial or commercial
matters of the university not customarily provided to competitors related to financings,
mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures or related to the sale or other disposition
of, or substantial change in use of, significant real or personal property, or related
to health system strategies, or to Oregon Health and Science University faculty or
staff committee meetings.
(2) Because of the grave risk to public health and safety that would be posed by misappropriation
or misapplication of information considered during such review and approval, ORS 192.610 to 192.690 shall not apply to review and approval of security programs by the Energy Facility
Siting Council pursuant to ORS 469.530.
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