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2020 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
  Theresa M. Kohlhoff (testimony) Theresa M. Kohlhoff, attorney; member, Lake Oswego City Council 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Courtney Wilson (testimony) Courtney Wilson, emergency physician, Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Trish Garner (testimony) Trish Garner, State Public Policy Chair, American Association of University Women of Oregon 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Teri Morgan (testimony) Teri Morgan, Program Coordinator, Springfield Treatment Center 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Andrew Swanson (testimony) Andrew Swanson, Policy and Advocacy Director, Oregon Recovers 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Ann Lininger (testimony) Ann Lininger, Judge, Clackamas County Circuit Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Colleen G. Gilmartin (testimony) Colleen Gilmartin, Judge Pro-Tem, Juvenile Court, Clackamas County 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Kathie Steele and Debbie Spradley (testimony) Kathie Steele and Debbie Spradley, Clackamas County Circuit Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Julie Heuer (testimony) Julie Heuer, Treatment Court Coordinator, Columbia County State Courts 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Martin E. Stone (testimony) Martin E. Stone, Presiding Judge, Coos County Circuit Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  M. Jacquot, T. Lankford, M. Marchant, S. Shirtcliffe, J. Lockwood, S. Mitchell, et al (testimony) Megan Jacquot, Judge, Juvenile Court, Coos County 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Cheryl Pellegrini (testimony) Cheryl Pellegrini, Presiding Judge, Juvenile Court, Marion County Circuit Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Lorenzo A. Mejia (testimony) Lorenzo Mejia, Presiding Judge, Judicial District One, Jackson County 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Melani Hughes (testimony) Melani Hughes, Graduate, Marion County Fostering Attachment Treatment Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Crystal Buhler (testimony) Crystal Buhler, Graduate, Treatment Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Mike Budreau (testimony) Mike Budreau, Patrol Lieutenant, Medford Police Department 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Allan Rucker (testimony) Allan Rucker, Certified Recovery Mentor, Addictions Recovery Center 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Jennifer Mylenek (testimony) Jennifer Mylenek, Executive Director, CASA of Jackson and Josephine Counties 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Brendon Kinzel (testimony) Brendon Kinzel, graduate, Community Family Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Reginald Richardson (testimony) Reginald Richardson, Executive Director, Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Mae Lee Browning (testimony) Mae Lee Browning, Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (OCDLA) 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Chris Lyons (testimony) Chris Lyons, Government Affairs Manager, Clackamas County 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Andi Easton (testimony) Andi Easton, Vice President, Government Affairs, Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  William Marshall (testimony) William Marshall, Presiding Judge, Douglas County Circuit Court 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Royce Bowlin (testimony) Royce Bowlin, Executive Director, Oregon Alliance 2/5/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
  Rebecca Gladstone, Karen Nibler (testimony) Rebecca Gladstone, President; Karen Nibler, Social Policy Coordinator, League of Women Voters of OR 2/10/2020 House Committee On Judiciary
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