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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
  Trish Garner (testimony) Trish Garner, State Public Policy Chair, American Association of University Women of OR 4/9/2019 Senate Committee On Workforce
  Andrea Johnson (testimony) Andrea Johnson, Senior Counsel for State Policy, National Women's Law Center 4/9/2019 Senate Committee On Workforce
  Courtney Helstein (testimony) Courtney Helstein, Family Forward Oregon 4/9/2019 Senate Committee On Workforce
  Marcia Kelley (testimony) Marcia Kelley, Public Policy Advocate, Oregon Women's Rights Coalition 4/9/2019 Senate Committee On Workforce
  Amanda Dalton (letter) Amanda Dalton, Business Coalition 5/1/2019 Senate Committee On Rules
  Sen. Kathleen Taylor and Sen. Tim Knopp (letter) Sen. Kathleen Taylor, Senate District 21 and Sen. Tim Knopp, Senate District 27 5/1/2019 Senate Committee On Rules
  Eva Rippeteau (testimony) Eva Rippeteau, Political Coordinator, Oregon AFSCME Council 75 6/11/2019 House Committee On Rules
  Sen. Kathleen Taylor (letter) Sen. Kathleen Taylor, Senate District 21 6/13/2019 House Committee On Rules
Floor Letters

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