In the News

March 2016
Portland Business Journal: Wyden, Merkley seek $68M for air quality boosts
Bend Bulletin: Oregon receives $60 million from federal rural program
Fortune: These Senators Want to Reign in Activist Investors
Huffington Post: There Is A New Plan To Stop Wall Street Raiders From Preying On Main Street Companies
Business Insider: Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are going after activist hedge funds
The New York Times: 2 Senate Democrats Introduce Bill to Curb Activist Hedge Funds
KTVZ: Senators seek more infrastructure funds to avoid another Flint
Portland Business Journal: Oregon gets the spotlight for historic coal legislation
KTVZ: Merkley: Senate should take up Garland nomination
NPR: Bill Blocking GMO Labels Stalls In Senate, But Battle Is Far From Over
Herald and News: TSA-Klamath airport bill tied to FAA financing bill
The Huffington Post: Public Confidence ‘Necessary Ingredient’ in GMO Labeling Debate
SF Gate: GMO food labeling bill does not pass in Senate
KOIN 6: Merkley’s GMO bill would create national labeling
Washington Blade: 60 businesses form coalition to push for Equality Act
The Huffington Post: What's At Stake In The Senate's Looming GMO Labeling Battle
Portland Business Journal: Wyden, Merkley among senators seeking debt relief for Corinthian Colleges students
NPR: Action On A National GMO Labeling Measure Heats Up On Capitol Hill
KTVZ: Oregon lawmakers seek national clean energy goals
SF Gate: Proposed law could require ‘genetic engineering’ food labeling
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