2015 Regular Session
Testimony submitted for Bill Sessions prior to the 2021 Regular Session can be found in the Presentations Displayed in Committee section on this page.
Submitted Written Public Testimony
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Presentations Displayed in Committee
|Aaron Knott testimony||Department of Justice||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Kimberly McCullough testimony||ACLU of Oregon||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Leonard Williamson testimony||Department of Corrections||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Patrick Allen testimony||Department of Consumer and Business Services||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|David Fidanque testimony||ACLU of Oregon||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Hanni M. Fakhoury testimony||Electronic Frontier Foundation||3/17/2015||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Scott Taylor testimony||OACCD||5/11/2015||House Committee On Judiciary|
|Christi Winters testimony||Multnomah County Dept. of Community Justice||5/11/2015||House Committee On Judiciary|
|Leonard Williamson testimony||Oregon Department of Corrections||5/11/2015||House Committee On Judiciary|
|Kimberly McCullough testimony||ACLU of Oregon||5/11/2015||House Committee On Judiciary|
|Senate||ACLU of OR-Yes on SB 641||Sen Shields||SB 641||4/22/2015|
|House||Rep Williamson||SB 641||6/11/2015|
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