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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
  Peggy Lynch and Rebecca Gladstone (testimony) Peggy Lynch and Rebecca Gladstone, League of Women Voters of Oregon 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Eric Dittmer (testimony) Eric Dittmer, Professor Emeritus, Southern Oregon University 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Kate Moran (testimony) Kate Moran, President & CEO, Ocean Networks Canada 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  City of Newport (Associated Press article) Dean Sawyer, Mayor, City of Newport 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  City of Newport (NewsTimes article) Dean Sawyer, Mayor, City of Newport 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Tobias Read (letter) Tobias Read, Treasurer, State of Oregon 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Michael Cavallaro (letter) Michael Cavallaro, Executive Director, Rogue Valley Council of Governments 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Tom Dyke (letter) Tom Dyke, City Club of Portland Earthquake Resilience Advocacy Committee 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Deborah Boone (testimony) Deborah Boone, board director, Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay (EVCNB) 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Rachel Lanigan (letter) Rachel Lanigan, Project Manager, RH2 Engineering Inc. 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Racquel Rancier (testimony) Racquel Rancier, Policy Manager, Water Resources Department 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Mike Harryman (testimony) Mike Harryman, State Resilience Officer 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Peter Defasio, Kurt Schrader, Suzanne Bonamici (letter) Peter Defasio, Kurt Schrader, and Suzanne Bonamici, Oregon Congressional Delegation 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Travis Meuwissen (testimony) Travis Meuwissen, Director of Advocacy, Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Rep. Paul Evans (letter) Rep. Paul Evans, House District 20 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Valentin Sanchez (testimony) Valentin Sanchez, Community Educator, Farmworker Program, Oregon Law Center 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Skai Dancey (testimony) Skai Dancey, Associate Vice President, Facilities, Oregon Health & Science University 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Tony Helbling (testimony) Tony Helbling, Aurora Airport Improvement Association 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Wayne McFarlin (testimony) Wayne McFarlin, Emergency Preparedness Administrator, Salem Health Hosiptals and Clinics 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
  Kevin Neely (testimony) Kevin Neely, Vice Preisdent of University Relations, Portland State University 2/5/2020 Senate Committee On General Government and Emergency Preparedness
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