Today the National Women’s Law Center submitted testimony to the members of the Oregon House Business and Labor Committee in support of House Bill 3377. The Center urges support for this bill which provides crucial protections from difficult scheduling practices that undermine workers’ ability to provide for themselves and their families. These protections are particularly important to women, who make up nearly 65 percent of the 271,200 workers in Oregon’s low-wage workforce, where difficult scheduling practices are most common.