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Public Testimony
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  Testimony Ted Case, on behalf of Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Ethan Nelson, on behalf of City of Eugene 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Gavin Grey, on behalf of Jennifer Stoll 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Regina Ayars 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Mark Ottenad, on behalf of City of Wilsonville Mayor Julie Fitzgerald 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Kathy Brandon 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Trish Garner, on behalf of American Association of University Women 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Lesley Kaufman 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Cathe Ledford 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Susan Gunn Schaefer 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Laurie McManus 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Tom Holt, on behalf of Jennifer Stoll 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Lisa Verner 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Mary Renaud 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Jennifer Groth 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Rebecca Gladstone, on behalf of LWV Oregon 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Catherine Lutes 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Rep Pam Marsh 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Andrea Meyer 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Elisabeth Perez, on behalf of City of Portland 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Rob Drake 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Joshua Basofin 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Mark Shuholm 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Rep Pam Marsh 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Robert Duehmig, on behalf of ORHA and TAO 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Tess Milio 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Rachel Bush, on behalf of Marion County Board of Commissioners 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Matt Michel, on behalf of City of Veneta 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Sara Wright 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Trevor Beltz, on behalf of Tillamook County Creamery Association 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Brant Wolf, on behalf of Both organizations 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Letter Jenna Jones 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Steven Corbato 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
  Testimony Lianne Thompson, on behalf of NW Oregon Broadband Action Team 2/2/2022 House Committee On Economic Recovery and Prosperity
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Floor Letters
Chamber Description Submitter(s) Measure Third Reading Submitted
House Connecting Oregon Rep Marsh HB 4092 3/2/2022

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