Stefan Roggendorf testified this week before the House Health Committee in a crisp plaid shirt. He’s 11 years old, a 6th grader at Lake Oswego Junior High School, a straight-A student and a lacrosse player. He was also born deaf and received bilateral cochlear implants when he was less than a year old. “My cochlear implants are my connection to the world,” Stefan said. “With my implants, I can hear everything: voices, music and TV.