2021 Regular Session
|Title||Submitter||On Behalf of||Position||City or Organization||Meeting||Committee|
|Testimony||Cherryl Ramirez||AOCMHP||Neutral||Association of OR Community Mental Health Programs||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony||Akil Patterson||Neutral||ONA||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony||Rachel Solotaroff||Neutral||Central City Concern||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony||Albert Lee||OCHA and OCAPIA||Unknown||Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony||Tammie Murray||Unknown||NW Oregon Coast Range||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony||Eva Rippeteau||Neutral||Oregon AFSCME Council 75||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
|Testimony - Jackie Yerby and Steve Allen (presentation)||Jackie Yerby, Behavioral Health Policy Advisor, Office of Governor Brown||3/17/2021||House Committee On Behavioral Health|
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