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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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collapse Year : 2021 ‎(3)
BIPOC Caucus Condemns Racist Violence2/22/2021 1:55 PM 
BIPOC Caucus Legislative Agenda2/8/2021 11:28 AM 
Clackamas County Legislators Call on Commissioner Mark Shull to Resign1/13/2021 2:09 PM 
collapse Year : 2020 ‎(4)
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 
collapse Year : 2017 ‎(2)
House votes to boost high school graduation rates among foster and homeless students4/20/2017 3:13 PM 
HB 2660 Chief Sponsor Janelle Bynum says bill expands access to information on breast reconstruction surgery3/16/2017 3:28 PM 
  
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collapse Year : 2020 ‎(1)
Mental Health Letter to Governor 
  
  
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After a historic year of protests related to policing, Oregon legislators discuss reform billsEugene Weekly2/21/2021 
Cannabis Social Equity Bill IntroducedPR Newswire2/15/2021 
Police Accountability, Tear Gas use the focus of new House SubcommitteeStatesman Journal2/14/2021 
Honoring Black Women Making History in the Pacific NorthwestJD Supra2/11/2021 
Legislative news brief: Bills in the legislature regarding law enforcementGales Creek Journal2/11/2021 
Oregon bill sets requirements for corporate board diversityPorland Business Journal2/10/2021 
Oregon lawmakers look to redraw the thin blue line on officer immunity from riot policingThe Center Square2/9/2021 
Oregon House committee considers bill to repeal law that allows police to declare unlawful assembliesThe Oreginian2/8/2021 
Portland-area lawmaker proposes legislation to address surging gun violenceKATU2/5/2021 
Gresham lawmaker Ricki Ruiz backs cannabis equity billPamplin Media2/5/2021 
For Sen. Floyd Prozanski, Giving Oregon Prisoners the Right to Vote Is About Letting Go of a Search for VengeanceWillamette Week2/3/2021 
Judge orders Oregon to offer prison inmates COVID-19 vaccines immediatelyOPB2/3/2021 
Deconstructing the ‘Karen’ memeHarvard Law Today2/3/2021 
Opinion: To fight gun violence, we must focus on problems upstreamThe Oregonian2/2/2021 
Full Interview: Oregon Rep. Janelle Bynum on advancing racial equityKATU1/31/2021 
Proposal to create police use of force database goes before Oregon lawmakersThe Oregonian1/28/2021 
Why Salem's Mill Creek Correctional Facility will be shuttered by JulySalem Reporter1/28/2021 
BIPOC Caucus Unveils Agenda for 2021The Skanner1/19/2021 
Warnock election a sign of progress, but obstacles remain for black candidates, scholars sayWFTV1/8/2021 
Rep. Janelle Bynum, who would be first Black speaker of Oregon House, postpones bid amid promises of changeThe Oregonian1/4/2021 
Rep. Janelle Bynum Calls for Review of Embattled Homicide Detective’s TestimonyWillamette Week1/3/2021 
Bynum's transparency bill a game changerStatesman Journal12/31/2020 
Our view: Are Oregon’s rules for mental health care excessive?East Oregonian: Editorial11/12/2020 
The power of protest has the ability to shift the very foundation of governance here in OregonWillamette Week11/8/2020 
Oregon’s mental health system falls short for people of color. A state lawmaker is trying to change thatOPB11/7/2020 
Oregon Has Small Black Population But Share Of Black Providers Is SmallerThe Lund Report11/2/2020 
Oregon politicians, civil groups issue statement on election-related violenceKATU10/28/2020 
Police Declare Portland Protests A Riot But This Definition Could Be Rooted In RacismNPR: All Things Considered and TED Radio Hour8/27/2020 
Oregon lawmakers drafting police reform bills for 2021 sessionKOIN8/6/2020 
New lawsuit filed accuses federal law enforcement of violating Tenth Amendment in PortlandKATU7/21/2020 
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