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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.

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Public Testimony Presented in Committee
Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Justin Delaney and Franklin D. O'Loughlin (testimony) Justin Delaney and Franklin D. O'Loughlin, Oregon Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Chris Petersen (testimony) Chris Petersen, Principal, Arbor Strategies LLC 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Joseph Digman (testimony of Virginia Digman) Joseph Digman, resident, Washington County 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Ruth Paulette Williams (testimony) Ruth Paulette Williams, resident, King City 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Kyndall Mason (testimony) Kyndall Mason, Political and Policy Strategist, SEIU Local 503 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Steve Adler (testimony) Steve Adler, resident, Multnomah County 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Ann Adler (testimony) Ann Adler, resident, Multnomah County 3/19/2019 Senate Committee On Business and General Government
  Joseph Digman (testimony) Joseph Digman, resident, Portland 6/4/2019 House Committee On Rules
Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
Senate OR Guaranty Assoc. Opposes SB 419 Sen Thomsen SB 419 5/15/2019

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