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2018 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
  Oregon State Bar testimony Oregon State Bar 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Arthur Towers testimony Oregon Trial Lawyers Association 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Barbara Ramirez Spencer and James Morris testimony Oregon Commission for Women; Oregon Commission on Black Affairs 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Aaron Knott testimony Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Rep. Power testimony House District 41 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Kimberly McCullough testimony American Civil Liberties Union 2/12/2018 House Committee On Judiciary
  Arthur Towers testimony Oregon Trial Lawyers Association 2/23/2018 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Kellie Baumann testimony Oregon State Bar 2/23/2018 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Barbara Ramirez Spencer, James Morris testimony Oregon Commission for Women; Oregon Commission on Black Affairs 2/23/2018 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Kimberly McCullough testimony American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon 2/23/2018 Senate Committee On Judiciary
Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
House SEIU support Rep Sollman HB 4008 2/15/2018

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