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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|Libby Batlan (testimony)||Libby Batlan, University of Oregon||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Justin Barrieault (testimony)||Justin Barrieault, Portland State University; Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Venus Barnes (testimony)||Venus Barnes, SNAP Outreach Coordinator, Partners for Hunger-Free Oregon||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Claire McMorris (letter of support)||Claire McMorris, Government Relations Coordinator, Oregon State University||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Claire McMorris (one pager)||Claire McMorris, Government Relations Coordinator, Oregon State University||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Rachel Josephson (testimony)||Rachel Josephson, Student Body President, Oregon State University||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Rachel Bayly (testimony)||Rachel Bayly, student, Western Oregon University||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Mauri Law (testimony)||Mauri Law, student, Lane Community College||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Daniel Murphy (testimony)||Daniel Murphy, student, Lane Community College; Oregon Student Association||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
|Kyle Thomas (testimony)||Kyle Thomas, Director of Legislative and Policy Affairs, Higher Education Coordinating Commission||2/5/2020||House Committee On Education|
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