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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
  Roger Beyer testimony National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors 2/13/2017 Senate Committee On Human Services
  Victoria Blachly testimony Governor's Commission on Senior Services 2/13/2017 Senate Committee On Human Services
  Charlie White testimony resident, Washington County 2/13/2017 Senate Committee On Human Services
  Daniel Meek testimony Oregon Progressive Party 4/10/2017 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Roger Beyer testimony National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Oregon 4/10/2017 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Daniel Meek testimony Oregon Progressive Party 4/13/2017 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Roger Beyer testimony National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Oregon 4/13/2017 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Consolidated letters of support various supporters 5/17/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Christian Hale testimony Aging and People with Disabilities, Department of Human Services 5/17/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Victoria Blachly testimony Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP 5/17/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Roger Beyer testimony National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of Oregon 5/17/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Ashley Carson Cottingham and Justin Hopkins testimony Department of Human Services 5/30/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Ashley Carson Cottingham and Justin Hopkins testimony Department of Human Services 5/31/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
  Ashley Carson Cottingham and Justin Hopkins testimony Department of Human Services 6/1/2017 House Committee On Judiciary
Floor Letters

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