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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
  Ryan Hassan (testimony) Ryan Hassan MD, Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Tamara Grigsby (testimony) Tamara M. Grigsby, MD Professor of Pediatrics, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  William Byrne (photo 1) William J. Byrne M.D., Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  William Byrne (photo 2) William J. Byrne M.D., Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  William J. Byrne (testimony) William J. Byrne M.D., Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Carl Gula (testimony) Carl Gula, resident 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Christina Brown (testimony) Christina Brown, affiliation unknown 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Gayla Clarno (testimony) Gayla Clarno, affiliation unknown 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  James A. Bishara (testimony) James A. Bishara, Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Angela Zallen (testimony) Angela Zallen, Member, Oregon Pediatric Society 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Keith Winsor and Rebeckah Berry (testimony) Keith Winsor and Rebeckah Berry, Public Health Advisory Board 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Kate Denison (testimony) Kate Denison, Legislative Policy Analyst, Department of Justice 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  David Huntley (testimony) David Huntley, Member, Deschutes County Public Health Advisory Board 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Gabriella Shirtcliff (testimony) Gabriella Shirtcliff, student, Summit High School 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Karen Ard (testimony) Karen Ard, Tobacco Prevention Education and Program Coordinator, Deschutes County 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Morgan Cowling (testimony) Morgan Cowling, Executive Director, Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Tricia Mortell (testimony) Tricia Mortell, Public Health Adminisrator, Washington County 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Rachael Banks (testimony) Rachael Banks, Public Health Director, Multnomah County Health Department 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Spencer Knowles (testimony) Spencer Knowles, Owner, High Mountain Mist Vape Shop 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Aaron Scherbarth (testimony) Aaron Scherbarth, veteran 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Daniella Sobel and Marty Carty (testimony) Danielle Sobel, Policy Director; Marty Carty, Policy Senior Manager, Oregon Primary Care Association 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Spencer Knowles (testimony 2) Spencer Knowles, Owner, High Mountain Mist 2/6/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Linda Knowlton (testimony) Linda Knowlton, resident, Bend 2/11/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  David Huntley (testimony) David Huntley, Member, Deschutes County Public Health Advisory Board 2/11/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Brian Roof (testimony) Brian Roof, vape store manager, Salem 2/13/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
  Kari McFarlan (testimony) Kari McFarlan, Tobacco Control & Prevention Program Supervisor, Multnomah County Health Department 2/13/2020 Senate Committee On Health Care
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