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.
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|Steven Brown testimony||Oregon Association of the Deaf||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Mike McCormick testimony||Oregon Department of Human Services||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Oregon Association of the Deaf letters||Oregon Association of the Deaf||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Chad Ludwig testimony||Oregon Association of the Deaf||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Clark Anderson testimony||resident, Blue River||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Mitch Turbin testimony||advocate, Oregon||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|David Viers testimony||advocate, Oregon||3/29/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Steven Brown testimony||Oregon Association of the Deaf||4/10/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
|Mitch Turbin testimony||Deaf-Blind Services Task Force||4/10/2017||Senate Committee On Human Services|
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