In the News

November 2019
The St. Helens Chronicle: Wyden and Merkley introduce house-passed Violence Against Women Act
KTVZ: Oregon senators urge changes to USDA hemp rules
The Skanner: Merkley Announces Legislation Passed to Ban Export of Crowd Control Munitions to Hong Kong
Argus Observer: Officials want water user protections in proposed Owyhee Act
Register-Guard: In 18 years, the cost of one diabetes drug is up 962%
Tillamook Headlight Herald: Merkley, Wyden announce fed investment in electric infrastructure
Portland Business Journal: Merkley, Bonamici target high insulin prices
The Nation: Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy Isn’t Just Cruel, It’s Illegal
The Skanner: Veterans and Consumers Fair Credit Act Introduced
Reuters: Some migrants waiting in Mexico for U.S. court hearings caught crossing illegally
The Roseburg News-Review: Updated: Senators introduce legislation to bar county officials using SRS money for lobbying
CNN: Senate report: Whistleblowers blast Trump administration's immigration policies
KTVZ: Wyden, Merkley intro bill targeting violence against women
The Washington Post: In scathing manifesto, an asylum officer blasts Trump’s cruelty to migrants
CNBC: Federal lawmakers aim to reduce payday loan rates from 400% interest to 36%
Capital Press: Wyden, Merkley introduce Owyhee wilderness bill
The Corvallis Advocate: Merkley Joins Effort to End Dogs and Cats Slaughter for Global Meat Trade
The St. Helens Chronicle: Merkley, Wyden announce key USDA investment with Vernonia-based co-op
KTVZ: Merkley intros bill targeting insulin 'price gouging'
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