Oregon House 5 results

Ashland Rep. gains House leadership role

by Damian Mann of the Mail Tribune Wednesday, September 18th 2019 Rep. Pam Marsh, D-Ashland, will take a more commanding role in the Oregon House in the next legislative session. Marsh was selected as assistant majority leader, making her part of the leadership group for her caucus in the 60-member House. “It will give me the opportunity to be a little more in the center of the decision-making process,” Marsh said. The House leadership, led by House Speaker Tina Kotek, ...

Rep Marsh asks House colleagues for an Aye vote on HB 2020, 06-17-19

https://youtu.be/cwB2HzP22yQ Representative Pam Marsh, HD 05, encourages fellow members of the Oregon House to support HB 2020, which will put Oregon ahead of the climate curve, give the state a competitive edge in the new renewable economy, and create opportunities to invest, particularly in impacted, rural communities.

Rep Marsh comments prior to her Yes vote on HB 2020, 05-17-19

https://youtu.be/BfbEm9N_xsU Representative Pam Marsh, representing Southern Jackson County, delivers comments before her vote in favor of climate legislation.

Rep Marsh advocates for forest and fire resilience funding 022719

https://youtu.be/B2Wkd_yOBh8 In the wake of persistent smoke and devastating fire, Representative Pam Marsh, Oregon House District 5, encourages the Joint Subcommittee on Natural Resources to support investments in forest and fire resilience this legislative session.

Rep Marsh Testimony at Broadband Hearing 02-11-19

https://youtu.be/puyFL38_WPA Representative Pam Marsh, Oregon House District 5, delivers testimony at the House Committee on Economic Development public hearing on Feb 11, 2019 in support of HB 2173, which creates a Broadband Office within Business Oregon, and HB 2184, which expands the Oregon Universal Services Fund to establish a Broadband Fund.