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  Testimony Ben Colburn, on behalf of self 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Jennifer Parrish Taylor 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Katrina Hedberg 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Stephanie Carter 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Katrina Hedberg 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Sara Kofman, on behalf of Alzheimers Association 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Andrea Meyer, on behalf of AARP Oregon 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Meghan Moyer 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Lynn DeSpain, on behalf of Concerned Citizen 3/3/2021 Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation
  Testimony Dale Penn, on behalf of AARP and Alzheimers Association of Oregon 5/13/2021 House Committee On Health Care
  Testimony Andrea Meyer, on behalf of AARP Oregon 5/13/2021 House Committee On Health Care
  Testimony Jennifer Parrish Taylor, on behalf of Compassion and Choices 5/13/2021 House Committee On Health Care
  Testimony Stephanie Carter 5/13/2021 House Committee On Health Care
  Testimony Sara Kofman, on behalf of Alzheimers Association 5/13/2021 House Committee On Health Care
Public Testimony Presented in Committee

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Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
Senate Yes on SB 199 Sen Prozanski SB 199 4/22/2021
House Rquest to Vote Yes on SB 199A Rep Prusak SB 199 5/26/2021

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