2019 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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|Cleve Abbe (testimony)||Cleve Abbe, Chair, Legislative Committee, Oregon Land Title Association Legislative Committee||2/11/2019||House Committee On Business and Labor|
|Larry Ellifritz (testimony)||Larry Ellifritz, President/Chief Executive Officer, Consolidated Community Credit Union||2/11/2019||House Committee On Business and Labor|
|Hal Scoggins (testimony)||Hal Scoggins, Farleigh Wada Witt; Counsel, Northwest Credit Union Association||2/11/2019||House Committee On Business and Labor|
|Matt Markee, Kevin Christianson, Tim Martinez, Pam Leavitt, Paul Cosgrove (testimony)||OR Mortgage Bankers Association, OR Bankers Association, NW Credit Union Association, and et al||2/11/2019||House Committee On Business and Labor|
|Pam Leavitt (testimony)||Pam Leavitt, Northwest Credit Union Association||2/11/2019||House Committee On Business and Labor|
|Mike Vaughn (testimony)||Mike Vaughn, Director, Division of Assessment, Recording & Taxation, Multnomah County||4/25/2019||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Pam Leavitt (testimony)||Pam Leavitt, Northwest Credit Union Association||4/25/2019||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
|Brian Devereux (testimony)||Brian Devereux, Vice President and Chief Lending Officer, Unitus Community Credit Union||4/25/2019||Senate Committee On Judiciary|
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