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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.

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Public Testimony Presented in Committee
Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Aileen Kaye (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Aileen Kaye, resident, Turner 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Elise Lynch (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Elise Lynch, resident, Turner 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Zohreh Zarnegar (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Zohreh Zarnegar, Ph.D.; resident, Turner 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Pat and Craig Anderson (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Pat and Craig Anderson, residents, Turner 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Amanda Metzler (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Amanda Metzler, President, Farming & Agricultural Management Society (F.A.R.M.S.) Inc. 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Margaret Sakoff and family (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Margaret Sakoff and family, residents, Turner 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Gyula Kangiszer (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Gyula Kangiszer, President, RotaChrom North America 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Jeffrey Steiner (testimony) Jeffrey Steiner, Associate Director, Global Hemp Innovation Center, Oregon State University 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Lorianne Carey (HB 4051, HB 4072, and HB 4158 testimony) Lorianne Carey, resident, Josephine County 2/5/2020 House Committee On Agriculture and Land Use
  Dr. Jeffrey Steiner (testimony) Dr. Jeffrey Steiner, Associate Director, Global Hemp Innovation Center, Oregon State University 2/19/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
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