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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|Lisa Turley testimony||City of Portland||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Chris Lyons testimony||Clackamas County||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Mark Spross testimony||APCO-NENA, Oregon combined chapters; Clackamas County Communications||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Mark Spross testimony from Tony Sexton||APCO-NENA Oregon||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Kelly Dutra testimony||Washington County 9-1-1 (WCCCA)||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Hasina Squires testimony||Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO); APCO-NENA||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
|Genoa Ingram testimony||Oregon Fire District Directors Association (OFDDA)||2/21/2017||Senate Committee On Veterans and Emergency Preparedness|
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