In the News

August 2020
The World Link: Confederated Tribes to receive $900,000 federal COVID-19 grant
The Oregonian: Hundreds of Oregon National Guard soldiers return home after overseas deployments
Medford Mail Tribune: Oregon senators to introduce bills against use of eminent domain
Central Oregonian: COIC gets $2.2M to loan to businesses
KTVZ: Senators Merkley, Wyden weigh in on mail-in ballots
KEZI: WYDEN AND MERKLEY TAKE UP THE CAUSE OF USPS, CITING DELAYED PRESCRIPTIONS AND BALLOT IMPACTS
Herald and News: Oregon senators introduce bills to protect landowners amid pipeline projects
KOBI: Oregon Democrats call USPS slowdown ‘blatant election interference’
KTVZ: Wyden, Oregon colleagues demand postmaster general end mail delivery delays
The Oregonian: Wyden, Merkley decry ‘diabolical’ plan by Trump to destroy Postal Service, potentially imperiling vote by mail and fair elections
KATU: Oregon leaders ask EPA to investigate impacts of tear gas on the environment
KOIN and The Associated Press: Wyden, Merkley raise alarms over mail delivery delays
The Register-Guard: OR: Lane Transit District receives nearly $4 million in federal grants for zero-emission buses
KQEN: MERKLEY WARNS THAT SNAP BENEFITS COULD RUN OUT
The Washington Post: Congress under pressure as states lift electricity shut-off bans during coronavirus crisis
NBC News: Senate Democrats propose 'Force to Fight COVID-19' in next coronavirus relief package
Business Insider: A new Senate bill would ban corporations from using facial recognition without people's explicit consent
Vox: Jeff Merkley and Bernie Sanders have a plan to protect you from facial recognition
The Corvallis Advocate: Merkley, Wyden Back School Meal Programs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
KOIN: NAACP leads ‘Why We’re Here’ event at Waterfront Park
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