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Gun Bills Hearing April 5

       April 4, 2013

How To Testify in Senate Judiciary Committee

Friday, April 5th
8:30am - Noon
Hearing Room 50

Four gun bills will be heard in the Senate Committee on Judiciary on April 5th at 8:30am. Read Oregonian article here. Donít assume others will be testifying, we need as many people as possible to show their opposition. 
Committee Office Coordinator:
Annola DeJong (503) 986-1512
Committee Assistant:
Pam Marshall (503) 986-1511

Testify in Person

In order to testify in person, bring 10 copies of your testimony and sign in early before the meeting. Those that live the farthest from the capitol will be heard first.


Testify in Writing

Written testimony may be submitted up to MONDAY, APRIL 8th at 5PM!
If you would like to send your testimony via email, send to: annoladejong@state.or.us


Watch at Home

To follow along at home, click this link during the hearing.


Listen to Post-Hearing Archives

After the hearing is concluded, listen to the audio archives here
Thank you for taking time to voice your concerns.

Best regards,

Representative Gail Whitsett
House District 56


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