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Legislator PhotoRepresentative - Jami Cate

Republican  - District 11 - Lebanon

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1411
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-381, Salem, Oregon 97301
Email: Rep.JamiCate@oregonlegislature.gov
Website: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/cate​

 
  
  
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collapse Year : 2024 ‎(3)
Oregon Legislative Republicans Urge for Immediate Reconsideration of the Proposed Habitat Conservation Plan3/5/2024 10:00 AM 
Oregon Republicans Stand with Texas on Securing the Border, Send Letter to Governor Greg Abbott2/6/2024 12:25 PM 
Representatives point out State has a responsibility for dam drawdowns and devastation caused to communities 1/3/2024 3:20 PM 
collapse Year : 2023 ‎(2)
Deep Dam Drawdowns Called a Grave Mistake by Representatives12/8/2023 10:00 AM 
To Support Oregon Students, Trio of Representatives Will Pursue Legislation Barring Teacher Union Walkouts on School Days11/15/2023 2:30 PM 
collapse Year : 2022 ‎(1)
House Republicans propose the Oregon solution to agriculture overtime2/9/2022 4:30 PM 
collapse Year : 2021 ‎(5)
Girod Cate and Lewis Secure Funding for Important Community Projects7/13/2021 3:30 PM 
Republican Bill To Give Property Tax Relief to Victims of Wildfire Clears Senate6/15/2021 12:45 PM 
Santiam Canyon Delegation Announce ARPA Funding Requests5/24/2021 4:45 PM 
Santiam Canyon Delegation pushes to hold Congress financially accountable for wildfires due to forest mismanagement5/20/2021 5:00 PM 
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Signing Off for the Spring!3/21/2024 
2024 Short Session Wrap Up3/11/2024 
One Week Left in 2024 Legislative Session3/1/2024 
2024 Session Reaches Halfway Point2/23/2024 
Week Two of Session -- Bills Are Dying!2/16/2024 
The 2024 Legislative Session Begins2/9/2024 
Interim Newsletter: January1/12/2024 
Interim Newsletter: December12/8/2023 
Community Engagement Opportunity on Recent Dam Drawdowns11/17/2023 
Interim Newsletter: November11/10/2023 
Interim Newsletter: October10/13/2023 
Interim Newsletter: September9/8/2023 
Interim Newsletter: August8/11/2023 
Interim Newsletter: July 7/14/2023 
2023 Long Session Wrap Up6/30/2023 
The Final Days of This Year's Session6/23/2023 
Senate’s Record Walkout Ends 6/16/2023 
Walkout Reaches Record Number of Days6/9/2023 
One Month into the Senate Walkout6/2/2023 
Update on the Senate Standoff5/26/2023 
Senate Walkout: 13 Days and Counting 5/19/2023 
The “Walkout” Continues: Follow the Law5/12/2023 
Democrat Lawmakers Breaking the Law5/5/2023 
Bad Bill Double Header4/28/2023 
Risking Our Kids and Parental Rights4/21/2023 
Bills Are Dying – First Chamber Deadline 4/7/2023 
Advocating for Our Most At-Risk Students3/31/2023 
Protect Our Gun Rights: Action Needed!3/24/2023 
Self-Serve, or No Self-Serve?3/17/2023 
Standing Up for our Family Farms3/10/2023 
Fighting for our Forests3/3/2023 
Creating Awareness for Safe Surrender Laws2/24/2023 
Measure 114 Update: What's the Latest?2/17/2023 
Remembering Firefighter Greg Backstrom2/10/2023 
Protecting Your Tax Dollars!2/3/2023 
Legislative Session Begins at the Capitol!1/23/2023 
2022 Short Session Wrap Up3/16/2022 
Honoring Our Volunteer Firefighters2/18/2022 
HJR 203 Needs Your Help!2/16/2022 
Short Session: Back in the Capitol! 2/5/2022 
Legislative Days—Virtual Style!11/22/2021 
At Last, the Finish Line is in Sight!6/22/2021 
Taking a Stand for Timber6/14/2021 
Fully Fund, Fully Reopen our Schools!6/4/2021 
Kickers, Masks, and Bears—Oh My!5/21/2021 
Unmasking the New Mask Guidelines (or Trying to)5/14/2021 
Flip Flops: Better as Footwear than Policy 5/7/2021 
Return to Extreme: Seeking a Better Balance 4/30/2021 
Lessons of the Legislature: Expect Last Minute Changes4/23/2021 
Dead Bills and Making Deals4/16/2021 
Making Progress on Wildfire Recovery4/9/2021 
Cherry Blossoms and Blue Ribbons4/2/2021 
COVID in the Capitol... But No Break From Bad Bills3/26/2021 
Doing the People's Work! (Kind of)3/19/2021 
A Week Marked by Loss for Linn County3/12/2021 
New Taxes Proposed Amidst Promises of Relief 3/5/2021 
Prioritizing the Needs of Our Communities2/26/2021 
My First Month As A State Representative!2/19/2021 
  
  
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