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.
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|Eva Rippeteau testimony||Oregon American Federation of State Council and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 75||4/10/2017||Senate Committee On Business and Transportation|
|Oregon Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Plan with Conditional Approval letter||Tracy Lang, resident, Corvallis||5/11/2017||House Committee On Early Childhood and Family Supports|
|Tracy Lang testimony||resident, Corvallis||5/11/2017||House Committee On Early Childhood and Family Supports|
|Joe Baessler testimony||Political Director, Oregon American Federation of State, Council and Municipal Employees Council 75||5/11/2017||House Committee On Early Childhood and Family Supports|
|Senate||Yes SB1051 Affordable, quality child care||Sen Boquist||SB 1051||4/19/2017|
|House||Affordable housing||Rep Keny-Guyer||SB 1051||7/6/2017|
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