2017 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.
No items to display.
|Ben Cannon testimony||Higher Education Coordinating Commission||2/28/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|Robert Kyr testimony||Interinstitutional Faculty Senate||4/13/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|Gus Smith testimony||student, Lane Community College||4/13/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|Gus Smith testimony||student, Lane Community College||4/18/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|Oregon Council of Presidents testimony||Oregon Council of Presidents||4/18/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|Robert Kyr testimony||Interinstitutional Faculty Senate||4/18/2017||House Committee On Higher Education and Workforce Development|
|HB 2998 Testimony - HECC||6/20/2017||Joint Subcommittee On Education|
|HB 2998 Testimony - Representative Mark Johnson, District 52||6/20/2017||Joint Subcommittee On Education|
|House||Universal Credit||Rep Whisnant , Rep Johnson , Rep Reardon||HB 2998||6/30/2017|
- The views and opinions expressed in the Public Testimony submitted are those of the submitter and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Oregon Legislature.
- Identifying information provided by the submitter on the Submit Public Testimony form determines the submission title and the submitter associated with the testimony/input file in OLIS. The Oregon Legislature makes no claims that information entered on this form is valid or accurate.
- Input submitted through the Oregon Legislature’s Submit Public Testimony System is run through an initial virus and malware scan. If a possible virus or malware is detected, the file is deleted and not uploaded to OLIS. The Oregon Legislature makes no claims that public input files in OLIS are virus or malware free. We therefore recommend that prior to opening files in OLIS, you ensure the security software on your computer is up to date.