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  Testimony Nyla Jebousek 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Linsay Hale 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Michael Selvaggio, on behalf of Oregon Coalition of Police and Sheriffs 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony James Kahan 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Chad Kernutt, on behalf of Concerned Christians 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony Rebecca Callison 3/1/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony David Wall 3/3/2021 House Subcommittee On Equitable Policing
  Testimony James Kahan 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Maurice Chappel 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Christine Chin Ryan 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Nyla Jebousek 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Jason Myers, on behalf of Oregon Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Associations 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Dan Meek, on behalf of Oregon Progressive Party 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Reginald Richardson, on behalf of Salem Keizer NAACP 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Nancy Kramer, on behalf of OCFW Commissioner Natasha Haunsperger 5/11/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
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