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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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Presentations Displayed in Committee
Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Al LePage (testimony) Al LePage, resident, Eugene 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Ninette Jones (testimony) Ninette Jones, resident, Portland 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Cyndi Karp (testimony) Cyndi Karp, resident, Waldport 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Brooks Fahy, et al. (letter) Brooks Fahy, Executive Director, Predator Defense, and 14 organizations 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Eileen Stark (testimony of Brooks Fahy) Eileen Stark, volunteer, Predator Defense 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Amanda Wood Kingsley (testimony) Amanda Wood Kingsley, resident, Port Townsend, WA 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Robert Wielgus, Ph.D. (testimony) Robert Wielgus, Ph.D., retired professor, Washington State University 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Danielle Clair (testimony) Danielle Clair, resident, Philomath 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  David Wall (testimony) David Wall, resident, Newberg 2/28/2019 Senate Committee On Environment and Natural Resources
  Brooks Fahy (letter) Brooks Fahy, Executive Director, Predator Defense and 14 organizations 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Robert Wielgus (testimony) Robert Wielgus, Ph.D., retired professor, Washington State University 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Danielle Clair (testimony) Danielle Clair, resident, Philomath 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Amanda Wood Kingsley (testimony) Amanda Wood Kingsley, resident, Port Townsend, Washington 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Brooks Fahy (testimony) Brooks Fahy, Executive Director, Predator Defense 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Kirsten Johnson (testimony) Kirsten Johnson, resident, La Grande 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Timothy Brill (testimony) Timothy Brill, resident, Enterprise 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Canyon Mansfield (article/testimony) Canyon Mansfield, resident, Pocatello, Idaho 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Danielle Clair (photo) Danielle Clair, resident, Philomath 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Danielle Moser (testimony) Danielle Moser, Wildlife Program Coordinator, Oregon Wild 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Debra Lutje (testimony) Debra Lutje, resident, The Dalles 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Donna M. Harris (testimony) Donna M. Harris D.V.M., retired veterinarian 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Doreen Mandara (testimony) Doreen Mandara, resident, Eastern Oregon 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  George Wuerthner (testimony) George Wuerthner, wildlife biologist; former hunting guide; resident, Bend 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Kim Kahl (testimony) Kim Kahl, P.C., State of Oregon Licensed Real Estate Broker, Duke Warner Realty 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Madeleine Pullman (testimony) Madeleine Pullman, resident, Enterprise 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Mark Mansfield (testimony) Mark Mansfield, MD, resident, Pocatello, Idaho 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Peter Barry (testimony) Peter Barry, resident, Northeast Oregon 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Wally Sykes (testimony) Wally Sykes, resident, Joseph 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Arielle Star (testimony) Arielle Star, landowner, Union County 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Celeste Cole (testimony) Celeste Cole, resident, Joseph 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Dan and Janet Blair (testimony) Dan and Janet Blair, residents, Joseph 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Doreen Mandara (testimony clarification) Doreen Mandara, resident, Eastern Oregon 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Lynne Potter Stone (testimony) Lynne Potter Stone, resident, Condon 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Pamela Brunet Comeleo (testimony) Pamela Brunet Comeleo, resident, Corvallis 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Sen. Floyd Prozanski (testimony) Sen. Floyd Prozanski, Senate District 4 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  John Moore (testimony) John Moore, resident, Joseph 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Suzanne Fouty (testimony) Suzanne Fouty, resident, Baker City 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Geoff Whiting (testimony) Geoff Whiting, resident, Joseph 4/11/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
  Mary McCracken (testimony) Mary McCracken, resident, rural Northeastern Oregon 4/16/2019 House Committee On Natural Resources
Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
Senate Wikipedia re M-44 cyanide device Sen Prozanski SB 580 3/18/2019
Senate Predator Defense M-44 Fact Sheet Sen Prozanski SB 580 3/18/2019
Senate Yes SB580, M-44 use, Oregon Wild Sen Prozanski SB 580 3/18/2019
House Oregon Wild, SB 580 Rep Gomberg SB 580 4/24/2019

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