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Title Submitter Meeting Committee
  Testimony James Quattlebaum 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Undersheriff Jeff Wood, on behalf of Oregon Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Associations 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Ashley Anstett, on behalf of Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Erin Greenawald 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Rosemary Brewer 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Arthur Towers, on behalf of Oregon Trial Lawyers Association 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Linsay Hale 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Cassi MacQueen 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Sybil Hebb, on behalf of Oregon Law Center 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Rep Pam Marsh 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Betsy Jones, on behalf of Oregon Juvenile Department Directors Association 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Esther Nelson 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Amy Davidson 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony David Wall 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Brian Monberg 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Letter Shannon Walton-Clark, on behalf of City of Beaverton 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
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