In the News

May 2020
The Corvallis Advocate: Merkley, Wyden Announce Over $9 Million in Funding to Expand COVID-19 Testing in Oregon
The East Oregonian: Boardman health center lands federal funding to expand COVID-19 testing
The Register-Guard: Lane County, White Bird get more than $772,000 to expand COVID-19 testing
Herald and News: Merkley, colleagues push Trump administration for detailed vaccine strategy
KOIN: Democrats warn against potential big oil bailouts
Hood River News: Grants for tribes announced
The Oregonian: Oregon businesses receive more than $3 billion in second round of coronavirus rescue loans
Central Oregonian: Local airport to receive CARES Act funds
The East Oregonian: Merkley, Wyden announce more than 350,000 children in Oregon to receive food assistance
The World Link: Senators push to strengthen food assistance amid coronavirus crisis
The Astorian: Oregon senators push for coastal support
Tillamook Headlight Herald: Tillamook receives airport infrastructure investment
The Corvallis Advocate: Wyden, Merkley, Press Forest Service on Wildfire Season Plans Amid Covid-19
April 2020
Herald and News: Merkley, colleagues push to support local media during COVID-19
KTVZ: OHSU to receive $6 million in COVID-19 aid
KATU: Merkley, Walden say reopening economy needs to be responsible
The World: Oregon senators advocate for emergency funding for state, local and tribal governments
KOIN: Merkley: ‘More to do’ with PPE, testing in pandemic relief
Medford Mail Tribune: Jackson County receives $5 million to replace lost logging revenue
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