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  Testimony Jeston Black, on behalf of Multnomah County Board of Commissioners 2/25/2021 House Committee On Rules
  Testimony Marsha Peoples Jack, on behalf of Juneteenth OR and Jenelle Jack Direcotor 2/25/2021 House Committee On Rules
  Testimony Michaela Kurinsky-Malos, on behalf of Oregon Department of Justice 2/25/2021 House Committee On Rules
  Testimony Gary Stine 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Garet Prior 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Paula C 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Debra Lutje 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Marsha Peoples Jack, on behalf of Marsha Peoples Jack Juneteenth OR 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Reginald Richardson, on behalf of Salem Keizer NAACP 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Jenelle Jack 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Sharon Gary-Smith, on behalf of NAACP Portland 1120B Branch 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Deborah Ferrer, on behalf of COIN - Consolidated Oregon Indivisible Network 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Kimberly McCullough 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Letter Quinton Blanton 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Andrea Meyer 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Donovan Smith, on behalf of NAACP Portland 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Glenn Waco 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Lily Copenagle 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Rosa Colquitt 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
  Testimony Heather Coleman-Cox 4/27/2021 Senate Committee On Rules
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