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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.

Submitted Written Public Testimony

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Presentations Displayed in Committee
Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Christopher Slater (testimony) Christopher Slater, Managing Attorney, PNW Lawyers 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Zander McHade (testimony) Zander McHade, resident, Portland 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Jeff Clemens (testimony) Jeff Clemens, resident, Beaverton 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Dwight Gibbons (testimony) Dwight Gibbons, resident, Florence 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Rena Walsh (testimony) Rena Walsh, resident, Portland 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Jessica Naylor (testimony) Jessica Naylor, resident, Portland 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Paula Leslie (2 pager) Paula Leslie, BikePAC of Oregon, Inc. 3/29/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Daniel Meek (testimony) Daniel Meek, Authorized Legal Representative, Oregon Progressive Party 4/8/2019 Senate Committee On Judiciary
  Christopher A. Slater (testimony) Christopher A. Slater, Attorney, Pacific NW Lawyers 5/15/2019 House Committee On Judiciary
  Zander McHade (testimony) Zander McHade, resident, Portland 5/15/2019 House Committee On Judiciary
  Dwight Gibbons (testimony) Dwight Gibbons, victim; resident, Florence 5/15/2019 House Committee On Judiciary
  Jessica Naylor (testimony) Jessica Naylor, resident, Portland 5/15/2019 House Committee On Judiciary
  Jeff Clemens (testimony) Jeff Clemens, resident, Beaverton 5/15/2019 House Committee On Judiciary
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