2022 Regular Session
Submitted Written Public Testimony
|Title||Submitter||On Behalf of||Position||City or Organization||Meeting||Committee|
|Testimony||Albert Lee||The Oregon Commission for Women||Support||Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office||2/2/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
|Testimony||Albert Lee||Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs||Support||Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office||2/2/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
|Testimony||Mary Anne Cooper||Support||Oregon Farm Bureau||2/7/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
|Testimony||David Wall||Mr Oregon SUPPORTS HB 4074||Support||Newberg||2/7/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
|Testimony||Betsy Jones||OR Association of Community Corrections Directors||Unknown||L and E Smith Government Relations||2/7/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
Presentations Displayed in Committee
|Steve Marks (graph)||Steve Marks, Executive Director, Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission||2/7/2022||House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity|
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