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2019 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
  Janet Lorenzen (testimony of Aleks Kajstura, Legal Director, Prison Policy Initiative) Janet Lorenzen, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Willamette University 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Norman Turrill (testimony of Carl von Rohr, resident, Portland) Norman Turrill, President, League of Women Voters of Oregon; Redistricting Matters 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Norman Turrill and Rebecca Gladstone (testimony) Norman Turrill and Rebecca Gladstone, League of Women Voters of Oregon 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Heidi Steward (testimony) Heidi Steward, Assistant Director, Correctional Services Division, Oregon Department of Corrections 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Jenny Lee (testimony) Jenny Lee, Advocacy Director, Building Power for Communities of Color 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Norman Turrill (testimony of Kate Titus, Common Cause of Oregon) Norman Turrill, President, League of Women Voters of Oregon; Redistricting Matters 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Kimberly McCullough (testimony) Kimberly McCullough, Policy Director, ACLU of Oregon 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Malea Kirkland (testimony) Malea Kirkland, sociolocy student, Willamette University 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Janet Lorenzen (testimony) Janet Lorenzen, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Willamette University 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Mireya Irianna Rosas Barjas (testimony) Mireya Irianna Rosas Barjas, sociology major, Willamette University 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Olivia Orosco (testimony) Olivia Orosco, graduate, Willamette University 4/17/2019 House Committee On Rules
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