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2017 Regular Session

Testimony submitted for Bill Sessions prior to the 2021 Regular Session can be found under the Analysis Tab, in the Staff Analysis Section.

Public Testimony

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Public Testimony Presented in Committee
Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Tom Bowerman testimony SquareOne Villages 2/15/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Andrew Heben testimony SquareOne Villages 2/15/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Melanie Adams testimony City of Hillsboro Building Department 2/15/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Eric Schmidt testimony Oregon Building Officials Association 2/15/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Eric Schmidt testimony Oregon Building Officials Association 2/20/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Mark Long testimony Oregon Building Codes Division 4/17/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Dan Cushing et al. testimony various submitters 4/17/2017 House Committee On Business and Labor
  Andrew Morrison testimony Tiny House Enterprises, LLC 5/22/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
  William Randall testimony Arbor South Architecture 5/22/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
  Donna Bleiler testimony resident, Marion County 5/22/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
  Andrew Heben testimony SquareOne Villages 5/22/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
  Robin Quirke testimony National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Eugene and Springfield branch, Unit 1119 5/22/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
  Stephen Forster testimony Oregon Fire Chiefs Association; Oregon Fire Marshal’s Association 5/24/2017 Senate Committee On Business and Transportation
Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
House Small homes Rep Bynum HB 2737 4/25/2017
House Oppose bldg code & code adoption Rep Kennemer HB 2737 4/25/2017
House Opposition to tiny homes Rep Kennemer HB 2737 5/2/2017

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