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Legislator PhotoRepresentative Janelle Bynum

Democrat - District 51 - Clackamas

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1451
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-276, Salem, Oregon 97301
Email:Rep.JanelleBynum@oregonlegislature.gov
Website:http://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bynum

 
  
  
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BIPOC Caucus Update - May 20215/24/2021 10:52 AM 
PRESS RELEASE: House Democrats Condemn Discrimination Against Student Athletes3/16/2021 1:07 PM 
BIPOC Caucus Legislative Agenda3/10/2021 3:33 PM 
BIPOC Caucus Condemns Racist Violence2/22/2021 1:55 PM 
Clackamas County Legislators Call on Commissioner Mark Shull to Resign1/13/2021 2:09 PM 
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Rep. Janelle Bynum Statement on Portland Protests11/6/2020 3:22 PM 
Statement on Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against Federal Law Enforcement7/21/2020 12:26 PM 
Democratic People of Color Caucus Issues Call to Action: Non-Profits Require Direct and Immediate Assistance from Government and Grant-makers3/30/2020 12:00 PM 
Oregon Legislature People of Color Caucus Highlight Resources for Small Business Owners 3/16/2020 12:00 PM 
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House votes to boost high school graduation rates among foster and homeless students4/20/2017 3:13 PM 
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AOC LOC OSSA OSP OACP Letter in Support of Police Reform 
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Mental Health Letter to Governor 
  
  
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Oregon passed more than a dozen police reform billsKPVI7/2/2021 
Lawmakers OK a slew of bills to change police practicesPortland Tribune7/1/2021 
Energized by 2021 accomplishments, Oregon’s BIPOC lawmakers continue social justice and equity workOPB6/28/2021 
Oregon police reform bills -- from anti-racism values to misconduct reporting -- just a start, advocates sayThe Oregonian6/26/2021 
Vote on linchpin bill in package of Oregon police accountability changes comes down to wireThe Oregonian6/25/2021 
Oregon House clears bill to create new database tracking police discipline recordsOPB6/24/2021 
Oregon proposal to ban preschool suspensions in question, as legislative session nears closeUnion Bulletin6/16/2021 
Oregon House Democrats recognize there’s still ‘work to be done’ in educating colleagues on racial justiceOPB6/16/2021 
Oregon lawmakers mourn death of state senator's wifePortland Tribune6/15/2021 
Oregon lawmakers will take a ‘big swing’ at mental health funding this yearOPB6/15/2021 
House OK’s bill on geography based job preferenceArgus Observer6/13/2021 
Oregon Legislature Passes Bill That Makes It Harder for Police to Hide Their Identities During ProtestsWillamette Week6/11/2021 
Lawmakers mourn passing of Lawanda Manning, wife of Sen. James Manning, Jr.OPB6/11/2021 
Top-priority bill for Oregon Democrats limits police traffic stopsKATU6/9/2021 
Legislature bills advance that impact homeless, make displaying a noose a hate crime, Juneteenth a state holidayStatesman Journal6/5/2021 
Chances for big changes to Oregon’s mandatory prison sentence rules dwindleOPB6/3/2021 
Chances for big changes to Oregon’s mandatory prison sentence rules dwindleOPB6/3/2021 
On a party-line vote, Oregon House urges Congress to consider reparations for descendants of slavesThe Oregonian6/2/2021 
POLICIES: New and proposed rules regulating police workPortland Mercury6/2/2021 
Inside Oregon Rep. Janelle Bynum’s rise to political power: Beat Check podcastThe Oregonian5/31/2021 
Oregon lawmakers, Portland activist speak on change in year since George Floyd's deathKATU5/30/2021 
Oregon politicians have struggled to keep promises after George Floyd’s murderOPB5/27/2021 
Rep. Janelle Bynum emerges as police reform leaderThe Oregonian5/26/2021 
Oregon lawmakers look to ban people convicted of bias crimes from state recreation areasOPB5/26/2021 
On anniversary of George Floyd's death, Portland and Oregon still working on police reformsKPTV 5/25/2021 
A Black Homeowner Hit in the Head by a Portland Police Officer Sues the City—and Names His Alleged AttackerWillamette Week5/25/2021 
Oregon lawmakers of color notch notable wins, including giving Black people, people of color and immigrants more equitable access to relief money, translatorsThe Oregonian5/24/2021 
BIPOC lawmakers laud accomplishments and outline plan for remainder of Oregon legislative sessionOPB5/21/2021 
Oregon AG calls on lawmakers to address non-unanimous juries in wake of SCOTUS rulingsOPB5/18/2021 
Oregon lawmakers consider whether to make police discipline records publicKATU5/11/2021 
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OHA's Covid-19 UpdatesOregon Health Authority | COVID-19 Updates 
Information on Unemployment Insurance BenefitsCOVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits 
Stay Home Stay LivesFollow this link for downloadable posters, video, and more from the "Stay Home, Save Lives" campaign. 
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