In the News

September 2022
Senate to vote on the Disclose Act focused on 'dark' money in campaigns
KVAL: Senate to vote on Disclose Act aimed at 'dark money' in campaigns
Business Tribune: Hillsboro to build Oregon's first microchip 'innovation center'
Hermiston Herald: Merkley seeks students for Senate Page Program
KCBY 11: Cottage Grove's Bohemian Park to receive $1.1 million in federal funds to boost tourism
KMTR 16: A new wildfire bill is being pushed by Senator Jeff Merkley
KLCC: Senator Merkley visits Cedar Creek Fire command center
KVAL 13: Oregon Senator Merkley meets with officials to discuss wildfire response
Corvallis Advocate: Wyden, Merkley Bring $180K to OSU for Hops Fungi Research
Portland Tribune: Oregon senators secure funding for local food system
Oregon Capitol Chronicle: Oregon, other U.S. senators push for privacy for women seeking reproductive health care
KBND: OR Receiving Over $2.5M In Federal Grants For Firefighters
KTVZ: Warm Springs Tribes receive $211K from federal DOJ to protect community, prevent sex crimes
The News Review: Local fire districts receive part of $2.48M federal grant
Tillamook Headlight Herald: Merkley, Wyden announce over $41 Million to strengthen Oregon’s Mass Timber Industry
Corvallis Advocate: Merkley Steps Up for Prep Users
OPB: Senate confirms Natalie Wight as the US attorney for Oregon
KVAL 13: Senator Merkley pushing two bills on mitigating smoke
KLCC: Senator Merkley introduces wildfire smoke mitigation legislation
The Corvallis Advocate: WYDEN, MERKLEY SECURE $100,000 IN FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO OREGON FIREFIGHTERS
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